Tuesday Mar 25, 2014

2014 Oracle Excellence Awards: Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation

2014 Oracle Excellence Awards: Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation

Are you an ADF Developer (Oracle ADF/Oracle Mobile Framework)? If so, please submit your solution to the 2014 Oracle Excellence Awards and if you're selected as a winner, you will receive a free pass to OOW 2014! Oracle once again announces the call for nominations for the 2014 Oracle Excellence Awards: Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation.  The Oracle Excellence Awards for Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation honor organizations using Oracle Fusion Middleware to deliver unique business value. This year, the awards will recognize customers across nine distinct categories:

If you consider yourself a pioneer with Oracle Development Tools (Oracle ADF/Oracle Mobile Framework) and you're using these solutions in innovative ways to achieve significant business value, submit your nomination for the 2014 Oracle Excellence Awards for Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation in the category of "Oracle Development Tools and Framework" by Tuesday, June 20th, 2014, for a chance to win a FREE registration to Oracle OpenWorld 2014 (September 28-October 2) in San Francisco, California. Top customers will be showcased at Oracle Open World 2014, get a chance to mingle with Oracle executives, network with their peers and be featured in Oracle Publications.

For additional details, go here

Thursday Mar 20, 2014

JDeveloper 12.1.2 Mac OSX 3rd Party Extensions Conflict

Some Oracle JDeveloper 12.1.2.0.0 customers on the Mac OSX platform have reported a recurring deadlock (hang or more commonly known as a beachball on OSX) when switching between the JSF/JSPX visual editor and source editor and back again.  Oracle engineering has investigated and discovered that most if not all of these deadlocks occur due to interference from 3rd party OSX windows management software, that is software that allows users to manipulate the layout of the OSX windows beyond the default OSX behaviour.  This software to install and override the OSX default window behaviour typically installs itself though the OSX accessibility API.  The API is designed to support applications assisting users with disabilities, but can also be utilized by applications willing to change how the OSX windows manager works.

You can discover the list of applications that have done this by opening the Mac System Preferences (via the Apple menu) > Security & Privacy option > Privacy tab > Accessibility options, as can be seen in the following picture:

The current workaround for this JDeveloper release is to disable the 3rd party OSX windows management software extensions through the OSX options described above (you'll need to unlock the dialog by entering your administrator password after clicking the padlock).  This change should not need to apply to “real” accessibility extensions such as screen readers.

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