Author: Suhas Uliyar, Oracle VP Mobile Strategy
No Code API Authoring, Zero Footprint SSO, and SMS
I am delighted to announce the availability of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Version 3.1. Our goal with every release is to deliver high quality differentiating features. Mobile Cloud Service is ranked as a leader in Forrester Wave and now ranked leader in the IDC Mobile App Development Report. In this latest release, we are announcing Express API, (more...)
During UKOUG 2016, this week, I learned a cool thing from my colleague Lyudmil Pelov—the response to the most frequently asked question from the Oracle JET sessions I have been doing around the world: "Isn't the 'js/views' and 'js/viewModels' structure a technical rather than a functional architecture? And wouldn't it be better to have both sides of an Oracle JET module in the same folder?"
Well, take a look at this, the (more...)
Oracle has released the following two patches for our Dutch legislative clients
Dutch legislation - Dutch PGGM Report Consolidated
Dutch Legislation - Tax Table and Minimum Legal Wages Changes 2017
For Patch application and release information follow the patch readme and review these (more...)
I nipped out to the local supermarket this lunch time to get stuff. I use one of those self-use barcode scanners to log all the goods I put in my basket (apart from the bottle of whisky I was stealing). I then go to the payment machine, scan the “finish shopping” barcode and try to pay. I can’t pay.
I can’t pay as I bought some paracetamol (note to US readers, you know it as (more...)
I am currently involved in a project were one requirement is, that the Oracle Software (WebLogic Server and Oracle SOA Suite) is installed by one Linux User and the on top to be used Oracle SOA Domain should be created and started as another Linux User.
In general that's according to the Oracle Documentation for Oracle SOA Suite 18.104.22.168.0
But there is a small and important note: Certain domain files (more...)
In this article, I’ll explain what the Oracle LN function is, and show you some examples. Purpose of the Oracle LN Function The purpose of the Oracle LN function is to calculate the natural logarithm of a number. if you’re not sure what the natural logarithm means, you can read more here. I’m not a […]
provides ICS (Integration Cloud Service) as a simple means for citizen
developers to do integrations in the cloud and between cloud and
on-premises. On the Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum I
got a chance to get some hand-on experience with this product in one of
the workshops. In this blog post I will describe some of my experiences.
I’m not the target audience for this product since I am a technical
developer and (more...)
The primary motive for building this application was to (more...)
For the last 6 years, each Friday, I have been bringing a mobile painting studio to my kids’ school. Among other things, we work on what I call “color studies” – a set of formal exercises aimed to sharpen one’s sense of color and develop painting skill, just like musical scales, chords and arrpedgios sharpen one’s sense of harmony and develop performance skills. I was originally inspired to offer such level of formalism (more...)
The first Application Management Pack (AMP) 22.214.171.124 plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c was released in 2012. We have released several updates since then, including AMP 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, and 184.108.40.206. Most recently, we released AMP 220.127.116.11 Bundle Patch 3 in February 2016.
The minimum baseline for new Application Management Pack patches for EM 12c has been (more...)
Oracle is hosting in office customer
seminars on the UK legislative updates for completing processing for the
2016/2017 tax year and implementing legislative changes and new RTI
processes from April 2017
Sign up soon, as space is limited:
Registration information can be found here: Announcement: UK Tax Year End 2016/2017 Office Based Seminars
agenda for each of the Office based seminars will be similar to
previous years and will cover the requirements for legislative (more...)
A Book on Oracle 12c New features for administrators
It’s our pleasure to announce the availability of our first book – OCP 12c upgrade 1Z0-060 Exam Guide
The book covers the new features of the Oracle Database 12c for the DBAs from the OCP 12c upgrade exam standpoint. Book is available WW in kindle format as well as paperback.
Link to Amazon.com (more...)
How to Configure Extract on Standalone Active Data Guard System if Primary is RAC Multipe Nodes (Doc ID 1962336.1)
Configuring Classic Capture in Oracle Active Data Guard Only Mode
Quick and dirty post from what I just learned.
Who said you can’t teach old dogs new tricks!
$ dgmgrl / "show database hawka"
DGMGRL for Linux: Version 18.104.22.168.0 - 64bit Production
Copyright (c) 2000, 2009, Oracle. All rights reserved.
Welcome to DGMGRL, type "help" for information.
Database - hawka
Intended State: TRANSPORT-ON
$ dgmgrl / "show database hawkb"
DGMGRL for (more...)
Previously we used Feign to create clients for our own services, which are registered on our Eureka Server using a service name as shown in the previous blog post http://theblasfrompas.blogspot.com.au/2016/11/declarative-rest-client-feign-with_8.html
. It's not unusual that you'd want to implement an external rest endpoint, basically an endpoint that's not discoverable by Eureka. In that case, you can use the url property on the @FeignClient
which gracefully supports property injection. His an example (more...)
Oracle hosted the first-ever company co-sponsored Maker Faire event on November 17, 2016.
When I heard of the event, I had something in my mind that I would encourage a group of middle-schoolers to make a game for the event. I have been teaching them occasionally on Arduino, NodeMCU and MQTT concept over some weekends, and this is the perfect opportunity to put them together in a build.
After some brain-storming, we came up with (more...)
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I learned a few interesting things from my colleague Sylvain Côme in London today. Sylvain is a very big enthusiast of Oracle JET and is introducing it in a variety of contexts. For wireframing, he uses Adobe XD. For the images in his wireframes, he has installed SVG Crowbar into his Chrome browser, which enables him to download SVG files of images in the Oracle JET Cookbook. He then imports those SVG files into his wireframe (more...)
I stumbled upon a convenient way to rename a pluggable database:
SQL> alter system enable restricted session;
SQL> alter database rename global_name to test12.home.com;
SQL> alter session set container=cdb$root;
SQL> select name from v$pdbs;
In other words, to rename a pluggable database, one only needs to rename its global name. Cute!
The Oracle JET "navbar" template provides a navigation bar for switching between Oracle JET modules:
Let's remove that navigation bar and replace it with buttons:
By means of the above, you have more control over the navigation in your page, e.g., you can include validation rules, which will be handled in a future blog entry, etc. Plus, via this mechanism you have the basis of a wizard-like step-through sequence enabling the user to (more...)