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  • March 3, 2015

February In Review

Richard Bingham
Senior Development Manager

Content Highlights

February saw the first in our new Resources Roadmap articles, designed to give you a nice visual method of accessing our recommended material for use in a particular activity. We started by covering Integration and BI, with many more planned over the coming weeks. If you have a specific need, let us know.

The application composer series was expanded with an article covering the differences in handling Objects and Collections in your groovy code. Our webcenter series also continued with a detailed look under the covers of the document transfer utility provided for use with Fusion Applications.

We also covered some Oracle Customer Connect sessions that we're participating in. Please join up if you have not so far, as there is an increasing number of top-flight sessions from not just Oracle but partners and customers too.

From Other Teams

The Oracle A-Team posted the following content which may be of interest:

  • Identify all the log files in an on-premises install of Fusion Applications
  • They illustrated implementing the new Oracle Document Cloud service using a text editor and based on connecting another Webcenter server they reviewed the REST APIs it exposes.
  • February saw the start of a new series of articles on the Oracle Deveveloper Cloud, with part1 looking at the basic workflows involved and part 2 explaining how to use the Maven-based build and packaging process.
  • A detailed analysis of the performance of SOAP vs REST for use with mobile applications.

The Oracle Fusion Middleware blog started a new series of articles covering PaaS use-cases, starting with a look at Java Cloud Service. In addition, our friend Debra Lilley discussed extending applications using PaaS on her partner article. We also saw her active in the User Experience PaaS-for-SaaS enablement event, as reviewed here.

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