During October we published a wide range of articles. This included items looking at address customization, the party data model and related objects, using outbound webservices from Sales Cloud, and scripting for running security role checks,
Our Groovy Tuesday series continued, with new articles on using multiple where clauses and quering using view criterias. We looked at Application Composer in Projects and Supply Chain Management, using Date data types, and the APIs for BASE64 encoding.
We added to our cheatsheets by detailing the most commonly used programmatically accessible View Objects. We also completed our Release 10 roundup with an explanation of the HCM RESTful services and ATOM feeds.
Summary article of the options for integrating cloud applications with on-premises systems using ODI. The A-Team also looked at the same HCM ATOM feeds we summarized above, giving illustration of usage in SOA Suite in this article. More generally the Fusion Middleware team explained how to quickly build and deploy to the Oracle Cloud.
Our colleagues in UX also published their Release10 extensibility summary, including some some collaboration from us (as denoted in the links at the end).
Clearly Ocotober was all about Openworld 2015, with presentations available for download as presenters upload them. We shared our session recommendations and our own round-up. Of course there are many other round-ups, such as this personal one or this from Fusion Middleware with good links embedded. If you want the latest official announcements consider adding the Oracle press releases news feed to your client.