ADF EMG Audit Rules available on JDeveloper 12.1.3

I got a few questions from people why the ADF EMG Audit Rules are not available in JDeveloper 12.1.3. So there has been a new release of the ADF EMG Audit Rules. No new functionality is implemented this time, but the extension is now available for JDeveloper 12.1.3.

If you go to Help -> Check for Updates, tick the Open source and Partner Extensions checkbox and press Next: 

Select the ADF (more...)

Newly Released EBS Financials August 2014 Recommended Patch Collections (RPCs)

Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Development has released the following August 2014 Recommended Patch Collections (RPCs):

 Product Recommended Patch Collection (RPC) Download
 Details
 Cash Management (CE)
19149948:R12.CE.B
Doc ID 1367845.1
 Collections (IEX)
19048616:R12.IEX.B Doc ID 1912256.1
 E-Business Tax (ZX)
19155343:R12.ZX.B
Doc ID 1481235.1
 Financials for India (JAI)
19148708:R12.JAI.B Doc ID 1487816.1
 Fixed Assets (FA)
19066382:R12.FA.B Doc ID 1921538.1
General Ledger (GL) 19129042:R12.RG.B (FSG)
19129048:R12.GL.B
Doc ID 954704.1
 Financials Common Module (FUN)
19151774:R12.FUN.B Doc ID 954704.1
 Internet Expenses (OIE) 19163626:R12.OIE.B Doc ID 1534509.1
 iReceivables (OIR)
19052386:R12.OIR.B Doc ID 1905850.1
 Loans (LNS)
18425696:R12.LNS.B Doc ID 1912254.1
 Payables (AP)
19018767:R12.AP.B (Core)
19018793:R12.AP.B (ISP / Suppliers)
19018819:R12.AP.B (Workflow / PCard)
Doc ID 1397581.1
 Payments (IBY)
18999775:R12.IBY.B Doc ID 1481221.1
 Public Sector Accounting (PSA) 19266556:R12.PSA.B Doc ID 954704.1
 Receivables (AR)
19125641:R12.AR.B Doc ID 1912247.1
 Subledger Accounting (SLA) 19034020:R12.XLA.B Doc ID 1481222.1
 Treasury (XTR) 18325260:R12.XTR.B Doc ID 954704.1

 For details and the complete list of available RPCs for Oracle EBS Financials, please see Doc ID 954704.1, EBS: R12.1 Oracle Financials Recommended Patch Collection (RPC). 

Greg Wilkins’ Jetty/Servlet Sessions at JavaOne 2014

For the Java EE track at JavaOne 2014 we are highlighting some key sessions and speakers to better inform you of what you can expect, right up until the start of the conference.

To this end we recently interviewed Greg Wilkins. Greg is the mastermind behind Jetty and a long-time key contributor to the JCP, particularly for the foundational Servlet specification. In fact Greg is likely to be instrumental in the upcoming Servlet 4 specification (more...)

Oracle Magazine-January/February 2001

The headline articles of Oracle Magazine for January/February 2001 were on how the current set of Oracle products supported the development and deployment of mobile and internet applications.
Ora mag 2001 jan feb

Other articles included:

  • Oracle and HP form an alliance to develop and delivery CRM solutions aimed at helping companies keep up with customers in a world where rapid change is common place.
  • In Tom Kyte's regular article he look at and gives examples of using function based (more...)

Interested in Oracle APEX in Belgium and around? – join ORCLAPEX-BE Meetup

Over the last months different Oracle Application Express (APEX) meetups were initiated around the world. You can read a bit of background on how the meetups started on Dan's blog.

I think it's a great idea to have local meetups to meet other people working or interesting in APEX too. When you just start with APEX it's interesting to talk to other people how they got started. But equally for more seasoned developers it's a (more...)

Inside JBoss Data Virtualization – iPaaS Demystified (Part 1)

This is another blog the ongoing series about the Red Hat xPaaS solutions, where I am trying to demystify the acronyms a bit and give you more information about the projects and products composed around it. After the initial overview this post focuses on the first aspect of the iPaaS solution: JBoss Data Virtualization.

What is Data Virtualization and why should I care?
Think of Data Virtualization as of a distinct layer between your (more...)

New Formspider version integrates Git with PL/SQL

Today, we are thrilled to announce the new version of Formspider. Formspider 1.8 opens up possibilities that are currently unavailable to APEX developers.

Built-In Version Control
Formspider 1.8 integrates the prominent version control system Git to Formspider. Formspider developers are now able to manage the source code of their applications (both Formspider application objects and PL/SQL code) right within the Formspider IDE.
 


Formspider Version Control Highlights:
  • Improved Team Productivity
    Create and (more...)

Designing Door Acoustics

I just watched a video with a very dedicated professional. He was in charge of door acoustics at a major car manufacturer – in effect, his job was to make sure that the door makes a satisfying sound when you close it.

It is this kind of attention to detail that differentiate brands. An Audi shares 80-90% of components with Volkswagen and Skoda, but still manages to command a hefty premium.

Are you building a (more...)

APEX 5 New Substitution Syntax Features


You've probably all heard about XSS, a.k.a. Cross Site Scripting. One of the ways you make yourself vulnerable to XSS is by creating JavaScript in your APEX applications that accepts unescaped user input - either direct or data retrieved from the database.
As a - very stupid and simple - example, create a Page with a Text Item (say P3_TEXT).  Next create a Dynamic Action that executes this snippet of Javascript on Page (more...)

Complément : Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure


Web Based SSH Access your OpenShift Applications

I recently came across KeyBox. This is a Apache licensed SSH console for applications in an OpenShift Domain. The cool thing is, that it is completely web-based. And by far cooler: The client is completely written in JavaScript (using term.js) connecting to JSch (Java implementation of SSH2) running as a web-application on the JBoss Enterprise Web Server (EWS 2.0).
This is a quick and easy way to get hand on (more...)

Why is Your Data, Your Brand, Your Customers Important (to you)?

We often talk about how the data is yours, but what does that mean?

We mean what we say.  We don't mix words.  We don't spin words.  It's plain and simple, the data is yours.  The data about who bought what, who watched what, who owns which products, etc. - it's all yours...not ours.  We can't send your customers an email (unless it's from you telling them thank you for their purchase or upselling (more...)

Context in UX – What it is, what it isn’t, and why it’s important

Our location is relentlessly tracked by our mobile devices. Our online transactions – both business and social – are recorded and stored in the cloud. And reams of biometric data will soon be collected by wearables.  Mining this contextual data offers a significant opportunity to enhance the state of human computer interaction. But this begs the question: what exactly is ‘context’ ?

Consider the following sentence:8594672237_09fb6c89b3_z

“As Michael was walking, he observed a bat lying on the ground. (more...)

Oracle Cloud Friendly – Red Samurai ADF Performance Audit

I have deployed our tool for ADF performance monitoring to Oracle Java Cloud service. It runs perfectly on the cloud, monitors slow performance and allows to analyse collected performance data. All data is stored in Oracle Database Cloud.

You can access performance monitoring dashboard using this address. Access will be available for a month or so, until my trial account will expire. You would need to use following login credentials - user: redsam, password (more...)

SLOB Patch 2014.09.01 – AWR Post-Processing Script (awr_info.sh) Fix.

The SLOB kit comes with a little script that extracts interesting information from the awr.txt file produced at the end of a SLOB test. This is just a quick blog entry to point folks to a patched version of awr_info.sh that works properly with all Oracle Database 11g releases as well as Oracle Database 12c.

Oracle changed AWR format in the 11.2.0.4 and 12c releases so the old awr_info.sh (more...)

Oracle 12.1.0.2 and Data Warehouses

If you follow Blogs and Tweets from the Oracle community you won’t have missed hearing about the recent release of the first patch-set for Oracle 12c. With this release there are some significant pieces of new functionality that will be of interest to Data Warehouse DBAs and architects. The headline feature that most Oracle followers will know of is the new in-memory option. In my opinion this is a game-changer for how we design reporting (more...)

Oracle VM 3.3.1 script: guest hot-backup on different repository.

| Sep 1, 2014

Here you can find a further real experience based on real customer case and requirements.

The requirement, in this case, was to have an hot guest backup placed on a NFS-repository; this NFS repository ( mounted by all Oracle VM servers also on different pools ) is also mounted by a backup-server.

The target, in this case, is to have hot backups of guests on the NFS repository where Backup server ( that could be (more...)

OOW : Préparer son parcours

ec4u founders take a strategic step by acquiring shares in DemandGen Europe

Resolute development of a unique portfolio in the field of customer excellence

(Karlsruhe/Munich [01/09/2014]): After 18 months of successful, high-growth collaboration, ec4u expert consulting ag (“ec4u”) and DemandGen AG (“DemandGen Europe”) today announced an expansion of their partnership by ec4u founders personally making a strategic investment in DemandGen Europe.

DemandGen Europe will continue to operate independently. ec4u’s board member, Jens Rehwinkel, is expected to join DemandGen Europe’s board to oversee HR and Finance alongside the (more...)

Mobile Tornado Accelerates Product Deployment with Solaris Zones

Mobile Tornado is a long-standing partner and hardware OEM of Oracle which provides Instant Communication services for mobile devices, with a focus on enterprise workforce management.

“We have seen significant performance improvements running Solaris 11 with SPARC on Oracle software with Mobile Tornado's IPRS™ (Internet Protocol Radio Service) platform.”

Shlomo Birman, VP Delivery and Services, Mobile Tornado

In our ever-changing business environment where products are outdated quickly and on-premise integration cost is sky-rocketing, Time-to-Market (more...)