Tuesday Jul 08, 2014

Amis sharing middleware knowledge for 10 years thanks & congratulation ;-)

imageSpecial THANKS from the whole Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Community to the AMIS team for sharing the excellent middleware content at their blog the last 10 years! All the best practice and tips, tricks and hints helped us to grow the middleware business together and make our joint customer successful. AMIS is one of your key middleware partners with Middleware Specializations in ADF, WebLogic, Application Grid, Suite Suite and BPM Suite. We acknowledged the AMIS contribution with the EMEA SOA Partner Community Award 2014. Looking forward to many more successful joint middleware projects! Jürgen Kress

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Adaptive Case Management – SOA Bundle Patch 11.1.1.7.3 Now Available

This patch includes the Adaptive Case Management UI - patch #18072286 - Download (via Oracle support)

  • With this patch the ACM UI is now available without needing the controlled patch
  • If you have already applied the ACM patch (17767877),  this will be rolled back automatically when you apply the BP3 patch
  • This patch also makes available the REST API (URI  /bpm/services/rest/application.wadl)

Please let us know if you work on an ACM opportunity / project!

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How to configure Oracle SOA/BPM task auto release by Rubix

01When a Oracle SOA or BPM workflow task is assigned to a role and/or group, a user may acquire the task to work on it. Once the task is acquired, other users are not able to work on that specific task. In the Oracle SOA-INFRA, used by both SOA Suite and BPM Suite, there is a feature called ‘task auto release’ which allows to configure the duration before tasks are automatically released and made available for all other users again.

In Enterprise Manager go to soa-infra -> SOA Administration -> Workflow Properties

Select the Task tab and expand Advanced. There you can see there are default values for automatically releasing tasks according to their priority. In the screenshot below the default value of P3D (3 Days) is changed to P1TM (1 minute) for testing purposes. This is done for the priority 3 task, which is the default priority. Read the complete article here.

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