Monday Jun 22, 2015

Debra Lilley talking about PaaS for SaaS Cloud Services


Debra Lilley talking about PaaS for SaaS Cloud Services and tips how to sell more middleware, watch the video here

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To learn more about Java Cloud Service please visit our blog here.


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Antonis Antoniou talking about Integration Cloud Service


Antonis Antoniou talking about Integration Cloud Service and tips how to sell more middleware, watch the video here

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ICS demo system: We are in process to make the PaaS Services available via GSE. Please make sure that you request our GSE access here. SOA Specialized Partners and member of the SOA & BPM Partner Community can access ICS demo viewlets here.

ICS presentation, whitepaper, video, datasheet & marketing kit At our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) we posted

ICS ppt presentation

ICS click demo

ICS video

ICS white paper-use-cases

ICS data sheet

ICS marketing kit

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Danilo Schmiedel talking about Process Cloud Service


Danilo Schmiedel talking about Process Cloud Service and tips how to sell more middleware, watch the video here

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PCS demo system: We are in process to make the PaaS Services available via GSE. Please make sure that you first request your GSE access here. BPM Specialized Partners and member of the SOA & BPM Partner Community can access PCS demo accounts with myself.

PCS presentation, eBook, datasheet & marketing kit At our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) we posted

PCS Partners: Looking for a BPM Specialized Partner which can support you with your PCS implementation? Visit the solutions catalog here, and search for your local BPM Specialized partner have trained & certified consultants and implemented successful BPM customer projects. Across EMEA more than 390 companies are Specialized in BPM! Find local Specialized partners by product www.oracle.com/specialized & Learn more about PCS here

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Wednesday Jun 17, 2015

Why your Initiator Task is not Visible in the Oracle BPM Workspace by Dan Atwood

image Everyone getting started with Oracle BPM struggles getting the link for a process's Initiator task to appear in the Workspace's Applications tab at one time or another.

This short video goes over the six (ok - really seven) most common reasons that this occurs and how each is resolved.

Watch the video here.

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Sunday Jun 14, 2015

Refining your BPM process by Red Mavericks

clip_image002Ah… The holiday season! Time to be with your family, eat like an elephant, getting stuck in endless traffic jams and moving in overcrowded shopping malls. No better time to write BPM articles, right? Actually, wrong! Curiously, a peak in activity actually absorbed me completely and we couldn’t do all the stuff that we wanted to. Anyway, we’re back.

Last time, we defined and modeled our first business process in BPMN. It modeled the “Request a parking space” process, with the behavior described in the textual process description. Now we’ll refine that process so that when we decide to implement it, we’ll take less time to do so.

Optimize before implementation VS implement before optimization

There’s an interesting debate as to whether or not should the first version of the BPM model be optimized before the implementation.

Some say “of course…why would you put a substandard process in production?”, while others argue “don’t worry and put the first version of the process in production ASAP, because the BPM lifecycle will guarantee an optimized version by itself in the second iteration, based on facts, not perceptions”.

Both approaches are valid and you can choose either one. Just don’t over do it if you go with the first one, or you’ll never get a version in production.

We typically choose the first approach, but we put a (half) day cap on the optimization work (one full day if the process is complex), to limit what we do. By the end of that (half) day the process goes on for implementation with whatever optimizations done in that time. This also help us focus and go for quick wins instead of nitpicking.
With our experience, we can look at a business process and quickly identify possible improvements. In time, you will too.

See any patterns?

If you look at the process version from the last article, you’ll see somethings that appear to be repeated. These are typically good candidates for optimization.
If you can factorize these into a reusable piece, you would only need to implement it once and then reuse it as many times as you want.
Check the notifications to the requester. Read the complete article here.

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Friday Jun 12, 2015

How To Start a Case in Oracle Adaptive Case Management 12c by Andrejus Baranovskis

clip_image002Blog reader was asking to describe how to start a new case in Oracle ACM 12c. You can read my previous blog post on ACM 12c topic - Adaptive Case Management 12c and ADF Human Tasks. There are multiple ways to start a case, depends if you want just to test the case or really use it. I would recommend to use SoapUI to test the case. In the real scenario, case most likely will be started from third party web service or through ACM 12c Java API. Here I would like to describe, how you could use SoapUI to test ACM process during development.
Once ACM 12c application is deployed, you could open it in EM. There is the option to test deployed composite and invoke it through EM Web Service tester. In the example below you can see startCase operation selected and payload structure displayed. Unfortunately it doesn't work well to test ACM process through EM, payload structure is very confusing and it usually fails with mandatory attributes missing errors:

Instead I would recommend to use SoapUI to test the ACM 12c composite. You could download and use it free of charge. Start the tool and choose to create New SOAP Project: Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Jun 10, 2015

Intelligent BPM Systems with Oracle BPM Suite 12c – Available On Demand


clip_image002Intelligent BPM systems automate both structured and unstructured business processes and improves business operations. It is a unified and comprehensive solution for modeling, analyzing, executing, and optimizing business processes across divisions, systems, and applications. Oracle BPM Suite 12c helps create intelligent business processes. Watch the on-demand webcast here!

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Tuesday Jun 09, 2015

BPM Suite 12c Implementation Boot Camp material

At the SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) you can find the BPM 12c bootcamp 12c 01.2015.zip training material.

This boot camp is an ideal starting point for an implementer who is planning to learn Oracle BPM Suite 12c and use it on BPM projects. The course provides a combination of lecture segments that present conceptual and feature background and hands-on labs that provide practice with the tooling.

clip_image002It introduces process developers to Oracle BPM Suite 12c. It covers the key concepts, features and processes needed to begin using the design-time and run-time capabilities on BPM projects. Throughout the training, you will benefit from hands-on exercises based upon two case studies. At the conclusion of the course, you should feel comfortable to start using BPM Suite 12c for process modeling, simulation, analytics, business rules and human workflow. For more information please visit:

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Sunday Jun 07, 2015

Service Bus 12c: Retrieving Username from HTTP Basic authentication token by Sven Bernhardt

clip_image001Using HTTP Basic authentication is a common mechanism to check user’s authenticity, when creating REST-enabled API’s to prevent applications and it’s functionalities from unathorized access. Service Bus 12c (SB) supports this authentication method by using a OWSM security policy. The corresponding authentication information are transported in the HTTP header.

In some cases, for example when only user-relevant data should be determined when querying information from Enterprise Information Systems (EIS), the information about the current user that are available  in the HTTP header might be helpful. As an alternative the username information could be transported in the payload of each Service Call, e.g. as a query parameter.

In the following I will describe, which steps are needed to extract the username from the HTTP header, so transporting the same information twice, in the header and the payload, can be avoided.

Starting point is a simple HelloWorld service, which expects a valid HTTP Basic authentication token. In the example a corresponding OWSM policy is used to realize this. The service as such has an operation “greet” that takes no parameter. As result, it returns a personalized salution based on the passed authorization header. Read the complete article here.

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Saturday Jun 06, 2015

OSB 12c – Pipeline Template by Vivek Garg

clip_image002As we know Oracle SOA 12c comes with lot of new features, one of that is service bus is merged with SOA Suite i.e. we need not to use separate IDE to build service bus projects. In 12c we use Jdeveloper to build service bus projects.

In previous post we discuss about SOA templates which helps to improve developer productivity, similarly in service bus we have pipeline template. We will discuss about pipeline template in this post, we see how to create pipeline template and how to use pipeline template.

A pipeline template depicts the general message flow and we can generate concrete message flow using this pipeline template.

One point which we need to keep in mind that we cannot create a pipeline template in Oracle Service Bus Console.

How to create pipeline template

Now we see how to create pipeline template from Jdeveloper. To create pipeline template, create a new project and choose “Service Bus project” option. Also provide the project name and click on finish. Read the complete article here.

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