Tuesday Jul 07, 2015

Java Cloud Service: Scheduling - Timer Service

Java Cloud Service (JCS) provides a platform to develop and deploy business applications in the cloud. In Fusion Applications Cloud deployments customers do not have the option to deploy custom applications developed with JDeveloper to ensure the integrity and supportability of the hosted application service. Instead the custom applications can be deployed to the JCS and integrated to the Fusion Application Cloud instance.

This series of articles will go through the features of JCS, provide end-to-end examples on how to develop and deploy applications on JCS and how to integrate them with the Fusion Applications instance.

Previous articles covered ADF web application; next we cover options to implement scheduling in JCS. Sometimes there are requirements for the ability to schedule large transactions to run at a future time or automate the running of an application based on a defined schedule. In Fusion Applications these type of requirements are met with Oracle Enterprise Scheduler (ESS), unfortunately ESS is not available in JCS.

In previous article we covered Timer and Worker API, this article covers Timer Service. In future articles other options will be covered.[Read More]

Sunday Jun 21, 2015

Java Cloud Service: Scheduling - Cron4j

The Java Cloud Service (JCS) provides a platform to develop and deploy business applications in the cloud. In Fusion Applications Cloud deployments customers do not have the option to deploy custom applications developed with JDeveloper to ensure the integrity and supportability of the hosted application service. Instead the custom applications can be deployed to the JCS and integrated to the Fusion Application Cloud instance.
This series of articles will go through the features of JCS, provide end-to-end examples on how to develop and deploy applications on JCS and how to integrate them with the Fusion Applications instance.

Previous articles covered ADF web application; next we cover options to implement scheduling in JCS. Sometimes there are requirements for the ability to schedule large transactions to run at a future time or automate the running of an application based on a defined schedule. In Fusion Applications these types of requirements are met with Oracle Enterprise Scheduler (ESS), unfortunately ESS is not available in JCS.

In previous article we covered Timer and Worker API, Timer Service and Quartz, this article covers popular scheduler library Cron4j.[Read More]

Thursday Jun 18, 2015

Java Cloud Service: Scheduling - Quartz

Java Cloud Service (JCS) provides a platform to develop and deploy business applications in the cloud. In Fusion Applications Cloud deployments customers do not have the option to deploy custom applications developed with JDeveloper to ensure the integrity and supportability of the hosted application service. Instead the custom applications can be deployed to the JCS and integrated to the Fusion Application Cloud instance.

This series of articles will go through the features of JCS, provide end-to-end examples on how to develop and deploy applications on JCS and how to integrate them with the Fusion Applications instance.

Previous articles covered ADF web application; next we cover options to implement scheduling in JCS. Sometimes there are requirements for the ability to schedule large transactions to run at a future time or automate the running of an application based on a defined schedule. In Fusion Applications these types of requirements are met with Oracle Enterprise Scheduler (ESS), unfortunately ESS is not available in JCS.

In previous article we covered Timer and Worker API and Timer Service, this article covers popular scheduler library Quartz. In future articles other options will be covered.[Read More]

Sunday Nov 16, 2014

Java Cloud Service: Scheduling - CLOUD_SCHEDULER

Java Cloud Service (JCS) provides a platform to develop and deploy business applications in the cloud. In Fusion Applications Cloud deployments customers do not have the option to deploy custom applications developed with JDeveloper to ensure the integrity and supportability of the hosted application service. Instead the custom applications can be deployed to the JCS and integrated to the Fusion Application Cloud instance.

This series of articles will go through the features of JCS, provide end-to-end examples on how to develop and deploy applications on JCS and how to integrate them with the Fusion Applications instance.

Previous article covered Timer and Worker API; this article will cover an example of scheduling on the database level and in future articles other options will be covered.


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Sunday Nov 02, 2014

Java Cloud Service: Scheduling - Timer API

Java Cloud Service (JCS) provides a platform to develop and deploy business applications in the cloud. In Fusion Applications Cloud deployments customers do not have the option to deploy custom applications developed with JDeveloper to ensure the integrity and supportability of the hosted application service. Instead the custom applications can be deployed to the JCS and integrated to the Fusion Application Cloud instance.

This series of articles will go through the features of JCS, provide end-to-end examples on how to develop and deploy applications on JCS and how to integrate them with the Fusion Applications instance.

Previous articles covered ADF web application; next we cover options to implement scheduling in JCS. Sometimes there are requirements for the ability to schedule large transactions to run at a future time or automate the running of an application based on a defined schedule. In Fusion Applications these type of requirements are met with Oracle Enterprise Scheduler (ESS), unfortunately ESS is not available in JCS.

This article will cover an example of using the Timer and Worker API and in future articles other options will be covered.[Read More]

Thursday Aug 22, 2013

How to Get Started With Oracle Enterprise Scheduler Service for Fusion Applications

Concurrent or scheduled processes are programs that run in the background. Common use cases are:
  • Scheduled action: an action needs to be executed at a predetermined schedule
  • Time-consuming action: Users perform an action that could take a long time to finish
Oracle Enterprise Scheduler Service (ESS) provides the ability to manage the complete life cycle of a scheduled process including: development, distribution, scheduling and monitoring. In this whitepaper we will go through an example for ESS development for Fusion Applications including:
  • Creation and configuration of a development environment for ESS development
  • Implementation of a concurrent process
  • Implementation of UI for submitting and monitoring the concurrent process
  • Submitting and monitoring the concurrent process
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