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Monday Dec 11, 2006
By Shay Shmeltzer-Oracle on Dec 11, 2006
A couple of people pinged me to ask if it was possible to do a "Step-into" from a Java class into a PL/SQL stored procedure while debugging.
The answer is yes if you are using JDeveloper.
The trick is to use two debug sessions - one to remote debug the PL/SQL and the other to debug the Java file.
Here is a little demo and explanation of the setup to get this working.
(you might want to press F11 while watching to get see the full screen).
Update - the original video got removed - so this one might help = https://blogs.oracle.com/shay/resource/viewlet/plsql_debug.html
Tuesday Nov 28, 2006
By Shay Shmeltzer-Oracle on Nov 28, 2006
One of my sessions at Oracle Open World this year was about "Better Java Code", and one of the demos I showed there was how to use the built-in profilers in JDeveloper to tune your application.
For those who didn't made it to the conference here is the part of the demo that shows you how they work:
By the way, just like the rest of JDeveloper these are provided for FREE, so even if you don't use JDeveloper for coding but you need some help tuning the code you created you can use it).
Friday Oct 20, 2006
Wednesday Sep 06, 2006
- Calling REST Services from Application Builder Cloud Service
- OTN Interview about Application Development with Oracle
- Application Builder Cloud Service - Menus, Buttons and Validation
- First Steps with Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service
- Agile Development with Oracle Developer Cloud Service and JDeveloper 12.2.1
- Developing with Oracle MAF and Oracle ADF Business Components - The REST Edition
- Doughnut Chart - a Yummy Addition to Oracle ADF Faces
- Enabling CORS for ADF Business Component REST Services
- Remote TaskFlows/Remote Region - For Advanced Reusability in Oracle ADF
- REST based CRUD with Oracle ADF Business Components