Sunday May 29, 2016

My private Corner – new adventures!

imageCelebrating 15 years with Oracle this month. Wonderful to get all the nice e-mails & LinkedIn messages from the community and colleagues – thanks! It was an amazing journey from starting as a partner manager to building the Middleware partners business for Oracle in EMEA. And now to adopt Platform as a Service for our partner community. Time for new adventures #jkwc

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Saturday May 28, 2016

Monitoring Performance Issues with Integrated Workload Statistics – free online training

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For 2nd review of the Monitoring Performance Issues with Integrated Workload Statistics of Oracle SOA Suite 12c Release 12.2.1. Watch the video here.

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Friday May 27, 2016

The SOAMythBusters (featuring Robert Van Mölken) discuss Oracle SOA Cloud Service by OTN

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Watch the Mexican SOAMythBusters, Arturo Viveros & Rolando Carrasco, discussing SOA CS at OOW2015 with good friend and fellow ACE Robert Van Molken from AMIS, Netherlands. Watch the video here.

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Thursday May 26, 2016

OSB 12c – Database Polling using DB adapter by Vivek Garg

clip_image001Oracle introduced couple of new features in 12c version which is recently launched. For OSB, the major shift that we saw in 12c is that now we can use Jdeveloper to do the development which we use to do through OEPE (Eclipse). With that change, we can leverage the existing technology adapter in OSB as well which we use to have in SOA. In OSB 11g version, in case of Database interaction, we use to create DB adapter in Jdeveloper and later import all required files to OEPE and generate required services from that, but in this new version-12c as we development in Jdeveloper itself so we need not to follow same steps again, we can add the DB adapter directly in OSB project and do required operations.

In this post, we show you how to use DB adapter in OSB project. For that we have created a table in database, we poll the data from that table and write that information to one file.

First of all we need to create a new OSB project, so first create a new project and then in composite.xml file, right click on proxy service lane, choose “Insert Adapters” and select Database to add DB adapter.

Provide name to adapter and click on next. In next window, choose DB connection (In our case it is local as we read the data from local table) and click on browse button to select the outbound connection pool created earlier for DB adapter. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday May 25, 2016

Apply SOA/BPM Bundle Patch 3 to JDeveloper 12c (12.1.3.0.3) by Arda Eralp

clip_image002Step 1: Download Bundle Patch 3

Go to "Oracle Support" and Search bug number (20900599)

Step 2: Run "Command Prompt (cmd)" as Administrator

Step 3: Set "ORACLE_HOME" and add OPatch directory to "PATH" variable

SET ORACLE_HOME=C:\Dev\Oracle\Middleware12c (Oracle direcotry)
SET PATH=%PATH%;C:\Dev\Oracle\Middleware12c\OPatch (OPatch direcotry)

Step 4: Extract the downloaded patch and browse folder via cmd

cd ......\p20900599_121300_Generic\20900599

Step 5: Run "opatch apply" Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday May 24, 2016

Automated Unittesting of XQueries in Oracle OSB by Pascal Brokmeier

clip_image002In order to support a more agile project environment, OPITZ CONSULTING developed a Java/JUnit based SOA Unit Testing Framework. Among others, the framework was capable of using the Oracle libraries to run XQuery tests locally and verify their correctness. Over the course of time, Oracle released 12c and with it, changed its xquery files. A new extension (.xqy instead of .xq) was introduced and with it additional syntax. Oracle added a(:: OracleAnnotationVersion "1.0" ::) . After this, the testing framework needed to be updated to support such tags. Without an update, executing a query with the above annotation gave the following error: Read the complete article here.

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Monday May 23, 2016

PaaS & Fusion Middleware Summer Camps VI only for Oracle OPN Partners – August 29th – September 2nd 2016 Lisbon Portugal

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You are working on large Fusion Middleware & PaaS opportunities & projects? Oracle is pleased to invite you to the PaaS & Fusion Middleware Summer Camps VI by the SOA & BPM and the WebLogic & Developer Partner Communities. Goal of the trainings is to support you to deliver a successful project. Most of the trainers are a member of the Oracle product management team.

Come to Lisbon to get a 5 days hands-on training in one of the following topics:

  • PaaS & IaaS
  • Enterprise Connectivity (SOA)
  • Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service
  • Java Cloud Services & WebLogic 12.2.1
  • Internet of Things (IoT)

For details please visit our registration page here.

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Sunday May 22, 2016

HCM Atom Feed Subscriber using SOA Cloud Service by Jack Desai

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HCM Atom feeds provide notifications of Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management (HCM) events and are tightly integrated with REST services. When an event occurs in Oracle Fusion HCM, the corresponding Atom feed is delivered automatically to the Atom server. The feed contains details of the REST resource on which the event occurred. Subscribers who consume these Atom feeds use the REST resources to retrieve additional information about the resource.

For more information on Atom, please refer to this.

This post focuses on consuming and processing HCM Atom feeds using Oracle Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Cloud Service. Oracle SOA Cloud Service provides a PaaS computing platform solution for running Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Service Bus, and Oracle API Manager in the cloud. For more information on SOA Cloud Service, please refer this.

Oracle SOA is the industry’s most complete and unified application integration and SOA solution. It transforms complex application integration into agile and re-usable service-based connectivity to speed time to market, respond faster to business requirements, and lower costs.. SOA facilitates the development of enterprise applications as modular business web services that can be easily integrated and reused, creating a truly flexible, adaptable IT infrastructure.

For more information on getting started with Oracle SOA, please refer this. For developing SOA applications using SOA Suite, please refer this.

Main Article

Atom feeds enable you to keep track of any changes made to feed-enabled resources in Oracle HCM Cloud. For any updates that may be of interest for downstream applications, such as new hire, terminations, employee transfers and promotions, Oracle HCM Cloud publishes Atom feeds. Your application will be able to read these feeds and take appropriate action.

Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub) allows software applications to subscribe to changes that occur on REST resources through published feeds. Updates are published when changes occur to feed-enabled resources in Oracle HCM Cloud. These are the following primary Atom feeds:

Employee Feeds

New hire
Termination
Employee update

Assignment creation, update, and end date

Work Structures Feeds (Creation, update, and end date)

Organizations
Jobs
Positions
Grades
Locations

The above feeds can be consumed programmatically. In this post, Node.js is implemented as one of the solutions consuming “Employee New Hire” feeds, but design and development is similar for all the supported objects in HCM. Read the complete article here.

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Saturday May 21, 2016

Deploying to the SOA Cloud Service by Greg Draheim Overview

clip_image001On Monday night we obtained access to the SOA Cloud Service here at Flexagon, where we hope to use it for on-demand capacity.  One of our goals with FlexDeploy is to make it easy to move components from one environment or instance to another, enabling a true “lift-and-shift” into the cloud.  Since the SOA Cloud Service is built on top of the same underlying Oracle infrastructure, configuring it as a FlexDeploy target is a breeze.

In this blog article, I will cover how to deploy a set of projects that are currently used on-premise into this new SOA Cloud Service.

Adding a SOA Cloud instance to FlexDeploy

To deploy our composites we had a few steps to complete:

· Added the required datasource and outbound connection pool entries

· Created the SOA partition we deploy to (“order”)

· Created customization and configuration plans for the new environment

· Added the new endpoint and instance to FlexDeploy

· Deployed the composites and OSB components into the SOA Cloud Service instance

The screen below is the configuration screen for the SOA Cloud instance in FlexDeploy. This one configuration page handles the instance specific configuration. 

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As an interesting note, the instance of FlexDeploy above is running on the Java Cloud Service.

Executing the Deploy

I have a FlexDeploy application that contains 5 projects I plan to deploy:

· PackAndShipService (SOA Composite)

· ProcessOrder (SOA Composite)

· SBOrderEBS (OSB Project)

Read the complete article here.

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Friday May 20, 2016

IoT Webcast May 26th 2016

imageOver the past year billions more smart devices have been deployed by Enterprises as they begin the journey to transform themselves. Knowing where to start is one of the biggest challenges faced by any Enterprise. That’s why we have created our unique Oracle IoT Discovery Workshop which is helping Enterprises, like yours, to not only formulate effective IoT strategies but then bring them to life.
Join us at our exclusive briefing webcast that will provide detailed information about the complimentary Oracle IoT Discovery Workshop offer.

This webcast will provide insight into our complimentary workshop offering:

  1. Why should your company invest in IoT?
  2. How do you identify prioritized areas of investment?
  3. What are the key priorities and use cases that help deliver quick ROI?
  4. How can this plan become reality?

Schedule: May 26th 2016 17.00 CET

For details please visit the registration page here.

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