Tuesday Dec 31, 2013

Best Wishes for 2014 - That's The Way We Like It!

From all of us here in the Oracle Fusion Middleware team, we wish you all a very happy and prosperous New Year. Wishing joy and peace to all and we will see you in 2014!

We leave you with a video from the Oracle Espana team! Happy New Year!

Tuesday Dec 24, 2013

ACE Director Discusses Oracle AppAdvantage Use Case for Improved User Experience

Author: Debra Lilley, ACE Director

Oracle AppAdvantage is about understanding the gains an Oracle applications customer can derive by using some or all of the Fusion Middleware stack. One of the areas where we are seeing a lot of adoption is being driven by mobile, not only to access your applications on the go but in a more simplified and easier to use experience for perhaps the casual user.

There is no better example of how this adoption can work than in Oracle’s own applications. If you attended Open World you would have seen the simplified UI that is the main enhancements of Fusion Applications Release 7. The Oracle user experience team have done phenomenal work understanding how users can benefit from a springboard entry into their applications. All of the simplified UI is written using ADF mobile.

However it is not only Fusion Applications that can benefit from these enhancements and the example I want to talk about is PeopleSoft Campus Solutions. I was once a PeopleSoft user (emphasis on the once) and I experienced first-hand where simplified UI would be great the casual user. In 2008 my daughter was at her first year of university and had gone to Australia for a placement year where she did an internship with the Australian Outward Bound. Her first trip into the Bush coincided with the day that the first-year exams results were available online, however she did not have Internet access. She rang me and talked me through the access process to her University system (no comments about security please). When I logged onto the system it said welcome to Oracle, and then the next click took me into the PeopleSoft homepage, and even at this point I thought the harmonisation post acquisition not being complete was a missed point, simple but something that good user experience will avoid. Anyway, back to the story. I eventually navigated through the system and finally found her results and am glad to say she passed. This process took quite a while because the navigation meant I had to go through her account and drill down into her modules and then drill down into the exam results.

But things move on and last year I had the honour of being a keynote speaker at the higher education user group international conference in London and I listened to the Oracle executive explain plans for the next release that would include a simplified UI or kiosk type entry point into campus solutions. I was able to explain more about how this would work by demoing the release’s even simplified UI for Fusion Applications on my tablet. And as was expected the audience liked what they saw. This springboard entry point is now available in production and there is lots more information available for campus solution users.

In this AppAdvantage example, Oracle have added or enhanced an existing application using the Fusion Middleware stack, in this case ADF mobile. Is there a process that your organisation would benefit from being simplified, available from a kiosk, or on a mobile device? Not only can you use ADF mobile with your application but the UX team have shared their design patterns that they developed with all developers including yours through OTN. This will ensure that you can quickly develop applications that not only can be deployed across multiple devices using the ADF framework but have the same look and feel as the Oracle applications thanks to their considerable investment in what works best for users.

Has your organisation created any simplified UI with your applications? If so share your story with other readers of this blog. And participate in my survey on this topic.

About the Author:

Debra Lilley, Fusion Champion, UKOUG Board Member, Fusion User Experience Advocate and ACE Director.

Lilley has 18 years experience with Oracle Applications, with E Business Suite since 9.4.1, moving to Business Intelligence Team Lead and Oracle Alliance Director. She has spoken at over 100 conferences worldwide and posts at debrasoraclethoughts.

Thursday Dec 19, 2013

Oracle SOA Black Belt Cheat Sheets (Free Download of the Year!)

'Tis the season of giving, so for this last post of the year, I am pleased to make available some of our most requested cheat sheets used internally and by various implementation partners world wide. These cheat sheets were created as part of the Oracle SOA Black Belt training sessions - advanced hands-on workshops that are available only to experienced Oracle SOA practitioners to gain deeper insight into the workings of the engine, enabling them to architect scalable solutions. If you have gone through this workshop, or have been working with the BPEL engine, I hope you will find this as a handy resource.

In case you are curious about this "black belt" workshop, here is a day-by-day blog written by one of our attendees.

And if you are wondering, yes, in some locations, we actually do hand out physical black belts - thanks to Jürgen Kress' SOA Community. Follow the tweets for more pictures.

Click on the link to download each. In case of any errors or if you would like to see more such collateral, please do provide feedback.

Weblogic Server Essentials Cheat Sheet (pdf)

SOA Essentials Cheat Sheet (pdf)

BPEL Service Engine Internals Cheat Sheet (pdf)

SOA Diagnostics Cheat Sheet (pdf) -- Thanks to Shawn Bailey for this one!

Happy Holidays and see you in the next year!

Wednesday Dec 18, 2013

Chalk Talk with John: Application Server Appreciation

Whether running applications on-premise or in the cloud, application servers are unsung heroes of the enterprise - powering our most critical applications. Given how foundational they are, why is it so tricky to communicate the business value of their capabilities?

In this Chalk Talk episode, we visit the communities of Codeaway Vallery and Middleware Fields to understand the benefits that a standardized approach around application servers can provide organizations.

About me:

Hi, I am John Brunswick, an Oracle Enterprise Architect. As an Oracle Enterprise Architect, I focus on the alignment of technical capabilities in support of business vision and objectives, as well as the overall business value of technology.  Before coming to Oracle, I was a Practice Manager within BEA System's Business Interaction Division consulting organization, orchestrating enterprise systems in support of line of business goals.

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Tuesday Dec 17, 2013

Standards Corner: Double-Blind Identity

For several years now, BC has been working on a new identity services project that would enable citizens to securely access government services online. For BC, there is clear motivation: reducing identity management and fraud costs in everything from drivers licenses to health insurance. Find out how BC takes a new approach to identity services using double-blind identity architecture.[Read More]

Monday Dec 16, 2013

Norway Post AS Boosts Customer Insight and Service with Fusion Middleware

Founded in 1647, the Norway Post AS manages mail distribution throughout Norway.  Originally owned by the Norwegian Ministry of Transport, in 2002 they changed its corporate structure due to deregulation.  The challenges they faced included streamlining operations and cost reduction including IT expenses for 5 customer service call centers due to shrinking revenues and a drop in mail volume, enable customer service representatives to effectively service incoming calls,gain insight into customer insight and behavior.  The last challenge involved ultimately creating or deploying a solution that could be scale as new companies are acquired.


The solution implemented consisted of Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle WebLogic Suite used to integrate Salesforce.com CRM system to on-premise call center applications, back-end systems that were used to manage customer lists, contact information as well as
a mail tracking solution. With Oracle SOA Suite, Norway Post was able to achieve a significant time and effort savings in addition to improved data quality as a result of integrated,back end systems automatically synchronized with other systems.

The customer's quote says it all, " “We chose the Oracle solution for cloud-integration middleware because of its high reliability and flexibility. We had used Oracle extensively for a long time, so it was also a matter of making the most of our investment in our Oracle-based strategic integration platform,” said Trond Guneriussen, Service manager, Internal integration, Norway Post AS.

For more information on Norway Post AS and how they saw tremendous value with Oracle SOA Suite and WebLogic Suite, visit here.

Friday Dec 13, 2013

Be Careful What You Wish For


Rick Beers is Senior Director of Product Management for Oracle Fusion Middleware. Prior to joining Oracle, Rick held a variety of executive operational positions at Corning, Inc. and Bausch & Lomb.

With a professional background that includes senior management positions in manufacturing, supply chain and information technology, Rick brings a unique set of experiences to cover the impact that technology can have on business models, processes and organizations.

Rick hosts the IT Leaders Editorial on a monthly basis.




My wife and I are finally making our move to Williamsburg Virginia, the center of the nations ‘Historic Triangle’ (Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown). Long a goal of ours, we’re absolutely thrilled to see this underway and one would think that on such an occasion the editor of The AppAdvantage Oracle.com site would give me a pass on my regular IT Leaders Editorial. No such luck.

I was stumped with all those fifes and drums playing in my head and considered going into hiding when while packing up my home office yesterday I came across a book I’d read about three years ago. It was sent to me by a friend during my short time in consulting and I still remember the impact it had on the way I view enterprise technologies, which carried over to work I was about to begin as I joined Oracle. That book is ‘Wrench in the System’ by Harold Hambrose (2009, published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.)

With a tagline of ‘Why business software doesn’t work – and how to fix it’, the Wrench in the System explores the state of business software, its perceived inability to meet the needs of business, its unjustifiably high cost and complexity and its inability to unleash the creative needs of business users. By using Auto Industry lemon laws as hyperbole at the outset, Mr. Hambrose provides the foundation for the conclusions to be reached throughout the book. It’s an entertaining read and one cannot initially disagree with any of the points being made or solutions proposed. At least in the abstract.

But I ended the book with one word: ‘Why’. Why does the condition exist and why had it not yet been resolved, given the compelling reasoning throughout the book. One can argue that there are pretty bright people in the business software industry and its customers are not easily duped. So what’s going on here? 

 I participated in the ERP roll out era during the mid to late 1990’s, as part of teams that designed and deployed these systems. I still have the scars to prove it. Yes, we were deploying the rigid, tightly integrated, workflow driven, waterfall developed business software that is so often criticized today. But it was done for a purpose, a critically important one at the time that remains today. To grasp that fully we need to recall the state of business computing prior to ERP. 

By the early 1990's, the Client-Server era has been underway for 15 years. A vast improvement over the earlier generation mainframe technology, Client-Server, or if you will, distributed computing, allowed business applications running on multiple desktop PCs (clients) to access a database server over a network. This put business technology in the hands of business users and gave them the freedom to use that technology within their individual business processes.  But this desktop independence came with an unintended consequence. 

Departmental data began being created, stored and manipulated on the desktop without being passed to the central data server, and desktop applications grew to become disconnected process transaction systems. Lotus became the platform upon which Finance processes ran; and MRP managed the supply chain. Over time business organizations became increasingly siloed, processes became increasingly autonomous and data structures diverged to the point where consolidation became impossible. CFO’s became increasingly concerned that compliance to standards was becoming impossible and COO’s worried that business processes were becoming increasingly sub optimal. These were the wild wild west days of business computing.

Emerging to address this need was Enterprise Resource Planning (an evolution from Manufacturing Resource Planning). With its common data structures, rigid workflows, common business processes and tight integration across the enterprise, ERP retained the value delivered by distributed computing but within tightly bound structures. While some now see this as a basic set of flaws (as in Wrench in the System), it’s necessary to remind ourselves that the design was deliberate and the deployment stayed true to the needs at the time. And those needs remain. Quite frankly, Finance processes are rigid for a reason (think Sarbanes Oxley) and compliance to regulatory standards, whether legal or ethical, are reliant upon enterprise technology to control. ERP succeeded in accomplishing its goal.

But once again there was an unintended consequence. ERP’s rigidity was like oil and water to the agility required by the increasingly volatile marketplace. And far reaching innovations such as the Consumerization of IT, Cloud Computing and Mobility have put increasing strains on the rigid, tightly integrated protocols of ERP. Enterprise systems have been increasingly customized to attempt to meet those needs, at a high cost and complexity. In response, there has been an explosion in Business leaders purchasing software that meets their particular needs. This puts enterprise IT on a downward spiral that cannot be sustained.

In response to this need, Oracle has launched AppAdvantage, a unified view of applications, technologies and infrastructure  With its adaptable architecture that can flex with business requirements as they change over time - a hybrid of ERP, best of breed applications and services, interoperating in real time (either On Premise or in the Cloud). This truly represents the best of all worlds: the ability to standardize around common processes and data where necessary, to deliver the agility and openness that business requires for market leadership, while maintaining a secure and compliant enterprise platform.

 For more views on AppAdvantage, keep up with Debra Lilley’s posts. Debra, an ACE Director with 18 years of experience with Oracle Applications, is another veteran of ERP and offers terrific insights on all this from the business user’s point of view.

The moving van is here. Off to Williamsburg.


Thursday Dec 12, 2013

Going Mobile?...ORACLE is!

If you didn’t hear about it at Oracle Open World, if you didn’t read our Press Releases … if you didn’t see our homepage banner, OR EVEN IF YOU DID .... you definitely need to register for our Oracle Mobile Strategy Update - to get the latest on what Oracle's Mobile Strategy. Mobile is hot and it is here to stay … but today the complexity is no longer just about how to develop mobile apps, it is also about how to integrate, secure, deploy and manage with the backend systems.

In this video webcast, Gartner, leading industry analyst, will provide an overview of the current mobile landscape, the challenges and opportunities for enterprises, then our top Oracle executives will discuss how Oracle is simplifying enterprise mobility and demonstrate how you can easily develop, integrate, secure, deploy and manage .

Let’s chat  or tweet #OracleMobile during the webcast at Dec. 12, 2014 at 10:00AM (PT) and be sure to visit: www.oracle.com/mobile

Wednesday Dec 11, 2013

Overhead Door Enhances Customer Experience with Oracle

Based in Lewisville, Texas, Overhead Door is a 92-year-old, nearly US$1 billion company focused on manufacturing, distributing, installing, and servicing a wide range of openers and doors, from residential and commercial garage doors and revolving, automatic sliding, and pedestrian doors to truck doors and ramps. The company manufactures, installs, and services the doors, and the company’s products are sold through OEMs; dealers; distributors; and retailers such as Lowe’s, Home Depot, and Amazon. Overhead Door is owned by Sanwa Holdings Corporation of Japan and has more than 3,500 employees; 17 manufacturing locations across the United States, Mexico, and the United Kingdom; and about 100 company-owned sales and service centers across North America.

When the company acquired its largest competitor, Wayne-Dalton in 2009, the company needed to rethink its IT strategy to streamline its IT footprint, optimize business processes and maintain industry leadership. Overhead Door selected an Oracle integrated hardware and software solution to help improve customer intimacy with increased performance and support. An Oracle AppAdvantage story with Oracle Fusion Middleware in use with Oracle Applications, alongside Oracle Engineered Systems, Oracle technology provides the foundation that will allow Overhead Door to scale and grow over time.

Catch the brief video to learn how the company used technology to move their business forward.

Tuesday Dec 10, 2013

Fusion Middleware Newsletter-December Edition on Mobility and AppAdvantage

The December edition of Oracle Fusion Middleware newsletter is now out. 

The latest newsletter  features real world customer examples and discusses uses of Oracle AppAdvantage, the strategic use of Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies with Oracle Applications. Find out how leading organizations today are leveraging Oracle AppAdvantage to simplify their IT infrastructure and reduce complexity, differentiate from their competition by optimizing business processes and integrating with cloud applications and innovating for tomorrow by connecting customers, partners, employees with information.

The December edition is a perfect precursor to the upcoming Oracle Mobile Strategy Update online event (Thurs, Dec 12 at 10 am PT/1 pm CT - Don't miss it!). The newsletter features a great article on Oracle Mobile Platform and discusses the underlying technology as well as the business rationale for the platform approach. And what do you know, in the "Team Spotlight" section, we interview our vice president of mobility and development tools, Chris Tonas who lends further insight into our Mobility strategy.

And don't miss our latest compilations of webcasts, events, customer features, product and industry resources, the latest news and more on Oracle Fusion Middleware.

Read the latest newsletter and if you haven't already, we recommend you subscribe to Oracle Fusion Middleware newsletter today.

Monday Dec 09, 2013

Get Your Data Out of the Dark Ages

Author: Kevin Moulton

While I was in Chicago a couple of weeks ago to speak at the Oracle Innovation Forum at Soldier’s Field, I spoke to a woman who works for a company that uses Oracle EBS. For some reason, the EBS administrators at her company will not give her direct access to the application. Rather, they give her a monthly extract of EBS data in a spreadsheet. She complained to me about how difficult it is for her to glean anything useful out of the data with this limited access.

I don’t doubt it. I’m disappointed to hear that the data is supplied to her in this way, but I am not surprised. I hear this story too often, where the consumers of the data are not allowed direct access to what they need.

When I hear a story like this, it makes me think of the dark ages, when books were rare and had to be copied by hand. The information in these books was considered dangerous. Knowledge was the right of the privileged. Few knew how to read, and what would they read if they could?

Around 1450, when Gutenberg built his printing press, information became readily available. The world began to learn how to read, because there was something worth reading. By the end of the century, there were printing presses in all of the major cities of Europe. Ideas were shared. New markets were created. The world came out of the dark and into the Renaissance. The printing press was the ultimate disruptive technology.

I think of mobility in the same way. While nearly everyone is carrying a smartphone, and tablet sales are expected to outpace laptop sales by 2016, I still see many organizations where applications and data are locked down in the data center. Access is granted to the privileged few, often in a suboptimal format, and only when the user is in the office on a PC.

Too many organizations create restrictive usage policies’ in the name of security or simply ease of administration, in an attempt to prevent mobile access to email and data, and to prevent the use of third party cloud-based tools. The problem is, your employees are just trying to get their jobs done, and many view these policies as hampering their ability to do it. They are carrying around a mobile device or two, and it is simply too easy for them to forward their corporate email to Gmail or Yahoo, and store the data in Dropbox, Box, or Google Drive so they can access it when they are out of the office. They see IT as an obstacle to be overcome. Rather than preventing employees from using technology, wouldn’t it be better to work with them, and make the applications and data they need available to them anytime and anywhere? Wouldn’t making applications and data more available lead to positive returns for your organization?

Certainly, the Aberdeen Group believes so. Just take a look at their report Mobile BI: Delivering Actionable Intelligence, where they found that organizations that deployed mobile BI solutions exceeded the sales growth of 80% of all other respondents. They go on to say, “widely disseminating knowledge throughout the organization has become a hallmark of top performing organizations.” In a similar report, Mobile BI: Actionable Intelligence for the Agile Enterprise, Aberdeen points out that “BI usage among organizations with mobile BI has doubled compared to those companies that have not mobilized their BI. By extending the reach and usage of their existing BI infrastructure to mobile devices, organizations respond more rapidly to market changes and customer needs. This accelerates time-to-information for critical business decisions, while improving customer satisfaction and retention.” Clearly, getting your data out of the data center and onto the mobile devices of your customer-facing staff will lead to huge benefits.

Isn’t it time to come out of the dark ages? Unleash your mobile workforce. Make your data and applications available to employees carrying smartphones and tablets anytime and anywhere. You will be amazed at the increase in productivity, efficiency, and sales. Are you ready for your company to experience its own renaissance?

To learn more register for Oracle’s Mobile Strategy Update about how Oracle can help you simplify enterprise mobility.

About the Writer:

Kevin Moulton has been in the IT industry for more than 25 years, and with Oracle for 7 years. Kevin is responsible for facilitating technology discussions on social and mobile technologies. He is also a Distinguished Toastmaster. Follow Kevin on Twitter at twitter.com/kevin_moulton, where he sometimes tweets about technology, but might also tweet about running, beer, food, baseball, football, good books, or whatever else grabs his attention. Kevin will be a regular contributor to this blog so stay tuned for more posts from him.

Account Provisioning With Oracle Identity Manager API

Oracle Identity Manager allows you to provision account using the OIM api. You can use Oracle Identity Manager to create, maintain, and delete accounts on target systems. Oracle Identity Manager becomes the front-end entry point for managing all the accounts on these systems. After the accounts are provisioned, the users for whom accounts have been provisioned are able to access the target systems without any interaction with Oracle Identity Manager. This is the provisioning configuration of Oracle Identity Manager.

oim provision

Sometimes you will need give account from remote operations (webservice or some remote connector).For this operations , you have to find right application instance for provision account. You can use findApplicationInstanceByName method of oracle.iam.provisioning.api.ApplicationInstanceService service for find application instance. Then,you can provision an application instance with OIM api, using oracle.iam.provisioning.api.ProvisioningService service.

import oracle.iam.provisioning.api.ProvisioningService;

import oracle.iam.provisioning.api.ApplicationInstanceService;

    public void provisionAccount(String userKey) throws ApplicationInstanceNotFoundException,



                                                                        GenericProvisioningException {

  ProvisioningService service=getClient().getService(ProvisioningService.class); 

  ApplicationInstance appInstance=findApplicationInstanceByName("Application Instance Name");

                //serverName example : UD_ADUSER_SERVER

        //itResourceName example : Active Directory

        FormInfo formInfo = appInstance.getAccountForm();

        Map parentData = new HashMap();

        parentData.put(serverName, itResourceName);

        String formKey = String.valueOf(formInfo.getFormKey());

        AccountData accountData = new AccountData(formKey, null, parentData);

        Account account = new Account(appInstance, accountData);


        service.provision(userKey, account);


    public ApplicationInstance findApplicationInstanceByName(String applicationInstanceName) throws ApplicationInstanceNotFoundException,

                                                                                                GenericAppInstanceServiceException {

 ApplicationInstanceService service=getClient().getService(ApplicationInstanceService.class);

        ApplicationInstance appInstance=service.findApplicationInstanceByName(applicationInstanceName);

        return appInstance;


About me:

Mustafa Kaya is a Senior Consultant in Oracle Fusion Middleware Team, living in Istanbul. Before coming to Oracle, he worked in teams developing web applications and backend services at a telco company. He is a Java technology enthusiast, software engineer and addicted to learn new technologies,develop new ideas.

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Friday Dec 06, 2013

Exclusive Online Event: Oracle Mobile Strategy Update

Oracle Mobile Strategy Update - Simplifying Enterprise Mobility
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Oracle Mobile Platform enables organizations to develop, deploy, integrate, secure, and manage enterprise mobility. In this online event, you will hear directly from featured analyst firm Gartner about the current mobile trends and challenges. Oracle Mobile executives will also outline Oracle’s overall mobile strategy, and discuss how Oracle Mobile Platform leverages current platform investments to simplify enterprise mobility.

Join us for this exclusive event to learn more about:

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Monday Dec 02, 2013

In APAC? You are Invited to Oracle AppAdvantage Breakfast

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