Tuesday Oct 27, 2015

Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c ( now Generally Available

Oracle Fusion Middleware is the leading business innovation platform for the enterprise and the cloud. It enables enterprises to create and run agile, intelligent business applications while maximizing IT efficiency through full utilization of modern hardware and software architectures.

A comprehensive family of products ranging from the #1 Java application server and application development tools to integration solutions to identity management to collaboration, and business intelligence reporting. Oracle's complete family of application infrastructure products integrated with Oracle Applications and technologies to speed implementation and lower the cost of management and change. Best-of-breed offerings and unique hot-pluggable capabilities provide a foundation for innovation and extend the business value of existing investments. 

This comprehensive family of products is now even more seamlessly integrated to help you create, run, and manage agile and intelligent business applications.

 The update includes the following products that were distributed in Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c (12.1.3) 

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Thursday Jul 09, 2015

JDeveloper 12c – ORA-01882: timezone region not found

Very often when developing Oracle ADF in Oracle JDeveloper 12c, one needs to connect to a database.

Depending on the Oracle Database version you are trying to connect to, you will sometimes hit the following bug/error (in my case Oracle Database XE)

The solution to this is to use a timezone supported by the database.

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Wednesday Jun 24, 2015

Building Simple Java EE REST Service Using Oracle JDeveloper 12c

REST (Representational State Transfer) – an architectural style for designing scalable distributed applications and web services. Nowadays it’s becoming industry standard and widely considered as the best architectural choice for integration between mobile applications and back-end systems. REST services with JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) payload provide lightweight and effective approach for integration purposes and allow minimizing overhead during data exchange.

In this article we will consider how to build very simple REST service which will expose the list of departments from DEPARTMENTS table of HR DB schema.

The purpose of this post to explain the base concepts of Java EE based RESTful service development using JDeveloper 12c (12.1.3) IDE.

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Sunday Jun 07, 2015

Install Oracle RightNow Cloud Adapter in JDeveloper


Today, there are thousands of enterprise customers across the globe using Oracle RightNow CX cloud service for providing superior customer experience across multiple channels including web, contact center, social and others.

Using the Oracle RightNow integration adapter with Oracle SOA Suite 12c platform you can enhance end-to-end customer experience as well as address the cloud to on-premise integration challenges The Oracle RightNow integration adapter combines web, social tools, and contact center experiences for a unified, cross-channel service solution in Oracle Cloud. It helps enterprises to maximize ROI in SaaS assets, to increase sales and customer acquisition, to build trust and strengthen relationships, and to reduce costs and effort. 

Let's get started with the Oracle RightNow Cloud Adapter in JDeveloper 12c. 

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Sunday May 10, 2015

Creating Data Control in Jdeveloper from REST Service in Oracle Database

In this post I will be showing you how to create data controls for a mobile application in Jdeveloper to consume a REST service deployed as a RESTful Service Module on Oracle Database Cloud.

Oracle REST Data Services (formerly known as APEX Listener) is a JavaEE based implementation that offers increased functionality, enhanced security and file caching for REST resources.

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Thursday Feb 12, 2015

Oracle MAF 2.1 old-way remote debugging

Oracle MAF 2.1 comes with a new, more integrated debugging concept. In essence, in order to debug an application, one just needs to hit the debug command in the menu, and JDeveloper takes care of the rest.

However, there are situations when the "old way" - manually attaching to remote java process - might be preferred or required. So how can we achieve it?

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