Thursday Dec 08, 2011

Source Code Control (SVN) and Team Development with ALBPM and OBPM 10g

Source code control is essential to managing the life-cycle of an application. Plus, it facilitates a predictable deployment practice. This document discusses how to use the SVN code repository to manage ALBPM and OBPM 10g projects. This document concludes with a suggested procedure for allowing development teams to submit their changes to a source code repository, which can then be deployed by system administrators to the BPM engines.

Several BPM consultants have provided input to this document. And, it represents a compilation of their experiences.


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Friday Dec 02, 2011

Getting started with tuning your SOA/BPM database using AWR

In order to continue to get good performance from your SOA or BPM 11g server, you will want to periodically check your database – the one you are storing your SOAINFRA schema in – to see if there are any performance issues there.

This article provides a very brief introduction to the use of the Automatic Workload Repository (AWR) in the Oracle Database and what to look for in the reports for your SOA/BPM environment.

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