Wednesday Mar 18, 2015
Tuesday Feb 17, 2015
By Oliver Steinmeier-Oracle on Feb 17, 2015
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.
Wednesday Oct 29, 2014
By Oliver Steinmeier-Oracle on Oct 29, 2014
The Mobile Applications Framework (MAF for short) is Oracle's new strategic platform for cross-platform mobile enterprise applications. As a Java developer you can use your familiarity with Eclipse or JDeveloper to become productive in no time. Download MAF from here.
To help you get started, the MAF team created a free Oracle Academy online training course. There is also a Youtube Channel packed with videos explaining the technology in small bite-sized chunks. And then there are at least two blogs that you might want to add to your list of RSS reader:
Finally, the Sales Cloud team is demonstrating how a bespoke mobile solution can be built using Fusion web services, Java Cloud Services, third-party public services and ADF Mobile (the precursor to MAF). Get the new book "Implementing the Business Card Scanner Mobile Application Use Case for Oracle Sales Cloud" (yes, won 2nd prize in the "Longest Book Title" competition), download the source code (link in the book) and work through the detailed steps of how to create a real-life production-quality enterprise application.
Monday Jan 20, 2014
By Richard Bingham-Oracle on Jan 20, 2014
Monday Nov 11, 2013
Tuesday Sep 24, 2013
By Richard Bingham-Oracle on Sep 24, 2013
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.
Wednesday Aug 21, 2013
Monday Aug 19, 2013
By Richard Bingham-Oracle on Aug 19, 2013
Business Analysts and similar administrator users can add and customize the rules used for all the out-of-the-box approval processes that exist in Fusion Applications. This eight minute video from our YouTube Channel shows you the concepts involved and how these features work.
Monday Aug 12, 2013
By Oliver Steinmeier-Oracle on Aug 12, 2013
Monday Aug 05, 2013
By Richard Bingham-Oracle on Aug 05, 2013
Monday Jul 15, 2013
By Richard Bingham-Oracle on Jul 15, 2013
Wednesday Feb 13, 2013
By Richard Bingham-Oracle on Feb 13, 2013
Tuesday Jan 29, 2013
By Richard Bingham-Oracle on Jan 29, 2013
- Managing Your Customers, Contacts and Related Sales Data - The Easy Way
- Groovy Tuesday: Using Data Types In Your Scripts
- Flexfields Series: A Basic Introduction
- Groovy Tuesday: Runtime Log Messages in the Simplified UI
- April In Review
- The Options For Creating Dynamic Fields
- Groovy Tuesday: Some Language Shortcuts For Groovy Newcomers
- Integrating With Fusion Application Using Services (Visual Basic: HttpWebRequest)
- Integrating With Fusion Application Using Services (Visual Basic for Applications)
- Groovy Tuesday: Controlling Your Object Workflows