Friday Feb 20, 2015

Customer Connect: HCM Cloud Expression Language and Cloud Applications

A last minute heads-up: If you are using HCM Cloud and want to learn about Expresssion Language in Page Composer, please consider attending Monday's Customer Connect webinar:

HCM Cloud Expression Language & Cloud Applications

Presented by Andy Mcghee, Oracle HCM Customer Services Senior Manager, Richard Bingham, Applications Architect in the Developer Relations team, and Tim Warner from Certus Solutions

Date: Monday, February 23, 2015 at 9am PT

See this page for details about attending the live session and also how to find the recording after the event.

Tuesday Feb 17, 2015

Customer Connect: Groovy Scripting - Enhance your Oracle Sales Cloud User Experiences

A quick heads up: if you are working with Sales Cloud Application Composer, you should not miss this webinar offered by Oracle Applications Customer Connect:  

Groovy Scripting - Enhance your Oracle Sales Cloud User Experiences

presented by Len Wolfenstein, Oracle Sales Cloud Senior Director

Date: March 17, 2015 at 9am PT 

Abstract: Groovy is a standards-based scripting language which has been embedded into Oracle Sales Cloud Application Composer to allow the developer to extend standard processing logic, dynamically set record and page properties, implement business rules validation and enforcement, and myriad other uses. In this session, we review the basics of Groovy as a scripting language. Through the use of instructional use cases and implementation scenarios, we delve into the many different ways Groovy can be used within Application Composer and in particular how to work with Oracle Sales Cloud’s standard and custom objects.

Monday Jun 02, 2014

Cloud Sample Code on OTN

In recent months our blog has covered many aspects of the overall Oracle Cloud platform, whether it's PaaS (Java Cloud Service, Database Cloud Service) or SaaS (Sales Cloud Application Composer).

Teams within Oracle have been busy building demos and proof-of-concept applications using the same technologies, and we have now started posting some of these as code samples on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN). 

Code Samples on OTN

The zip files include both the source code and helpful information to get you started using the code.  Everything is covered under a BSD license.  In future blog posts we will dive deeper into some of these applications.

Do you have any ideas or requests for sample code you would like us to create to help you with your work?  Hit the comments and let us know! 

Monday Nov 04, 2013

Translating Your Customizations

This blog post explains the basics of translating the customizations you can make to Fusion Applications products, with the inclusion of information for both composer-based customizations and the generic design-time customizations done via JDeveloper.[Read More]

Tuesday Sep 24, 2013

From OpenWorld: Oracle Cloud Marketplace

Announced today, the Oracle Cloud Marketplace offers ISV's, partners, and even applications customers the chance to share their own applications, extensions, and utility services to help complement existing on-premises and/or Oracle Cloud applications. Using the AppStore paradigm, shifted to the world of Enterprise Applications, the marketplace allows you to search and browse the applications available for deploying to your Oracle Cloud environment, exposing very detailed specifications as well as a nice ability to run full demos.

It will certainly be very interesting to see how the Oracle Cloud Applications platform evolves now, based on both the constantly developing Fusion Applications suite and this well-organized plug-and-play enterprise app content. For a more detailed overview of the Oracle Cloud Marketplace see this YouTube video.

Monday Jul 15, 2013

Customization Lifecycle Management: MDS Labels and Sandboxes

As a follow-on from the post related to importing and exporting customizations, this article illustrates how to manage customizations in a related group. You might do this for all the customizations related to one product such as Incentive Compensation, a particular individual implementation project phase, or perhaps a specific business process task.[Read More]

Wednesday Feb 13, 2013

Tailoring Fusion Applications in the Cloud Explained

This brief article is intended to clarify what you can and cannot do to Fusion Applications (Release 5) that are deployed as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) via the Oracle Cloud. We’ve seen lots of questions on this subject and this article is intended to provide some clarity.[Read More]

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