I created a playbook for Ansible to provision a WebLogic
server, install Fusion Middleware Infrastructure software and create a
Domain with a managed server in a RHEL 7 Linux System. (CentOS 7 and
Oracle Linux 7 are supported too) You can download the code here: https://github.com/cvezalis/weblogic-ansible The playbook is for Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure 12.1.3. Playbook consists of 5 roles.
1. linux-wls Role: This
role is for prepare the linux system for (more...)
For a long time I have had a note on my task list to learn about index organized tables. I never got round to doing it because I thought I would never see one. However, I came across several in a 3rd party application recently. An index organized table is a kind of index and table combined. You can see how they work in the example below, which I tested in an Oracle 11. (more...)
This Friday we wanted to share a blog about Oracle PCA training. The Oracle Private Cloud Appliance: Overview introduces essential concepts for administrators and talks to the operation of the virtualization environment hosted by the Private Cloud Appliance, helping you manage Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
Before taking this course, people should have familiarity with:
Creating and managing virtual machines
Configuring networks and storage in the data center and in a virtualized environment
This blog post is a continuation to an earlier post about my musings on Oracle EBS support for virtual host names.
Actually, most parts of Oracle E-Business Suite work with virtual host names with out any problem. The only component that doesn’t work when using virtual host names are the Concurrent Managers. Concurrent Managers expect that the node name defined in the Concurrent Manager definition screen matches the host name FNDLIBR executable reads at (more...)
Nouveau monde, nouvelles règles. Oracle a présenté en avant-première ses nouvelles
infrastructures convergées avec la technologie révolutionnaire Software in
Silicon lors de son évènement « Entrez (more...)
As somebody who visits customers regularly I know the benefit of eye-to-eye communicaton. A great idea has been suggested at work when this is not possible, for instance when on a conference call or working remotely.
Try and use your internal directory to bring up the picture of the colleague you are talking to in order to live in the moment. Linkedin may also be a worthwhile option.
Dynalink API (http://openjdk.java.net/jeps/276) provides a facility for linking high-level operations on objects such as "read a property", "write a property", "invoke a callable object", etc., expressed as names in INVOKEDYNAMIC call sites. Dynalink also provides a default linker for the usual semantics of these operations on plain Java objects (Java POJO "beans" linker), as well as a facility for installing your own language-specific linkers.
Technical people tend not to enjoy Keynotes at conferences. We are allergic to content-light “there has never been a better time to invest in our products” fluffy, frou-frou, big picture talks. We want how-it-works meat on the bones of what is served up to us.
OK, it’s a very poor photo but the best I have of Dom presenting. Sorry Dom.
This month the top news is the availability of Fusion Middleware
12.2.1. Make sure you get the latest presentations at our community
workspace and you try out the new release. The new release was also a
key topic in many Oracle Open World presentations. The second major
OpenWorld topic was Cloud computing. With the availability of many PaaS services and more to come, European partners are leading the cloud adoption. Thanks for the (more...)
Another annual DOAG conference has passed, and I can only say the very best about it: Perfectly organized, large and modern location, impressive list of well known speakers and over 2100 attendees – wow!
My presentation Best of RMAN was scheduled at the first slot on the first day, so I was a bit concerned whether many people would attend that early. It turned out that the room got so full that I was asked (more...)
Oracle WebLogic 12c introduced a new REST API for managing and monitoring several aspects of a domain in a lightweight and fast manner. These RESTful interfaces represent the current industry standard followed by the noteworthy and widely used Oracle WebLogic application server. Feature introduced some time ago, but improved in the current Server version, allows administrators to access the most important WebLogic Server runtime values using a simple URL. Having every reason to believe that the potential of WebLogic REST services and its maturity level is apparent, CERN decided to implement a CLI system (more...)
MySQL User Conference Japan is back to Tokyo. We'd like to the event in Tokyo planned on Dec. 15th, celebrating 20 years anniversary of MySQL, 15 years anniversary of MySQL Nippon Association (aka MySQL User Group Japan), and 5 years of Oracle's stewardship with MySQL. Sessions are including MySQL 5.7 optimizer updates, Utilization of MySQL Binlog, Evaluation of MySQL + Oracle Clusterware, and much more. Please find more details below:
In this post I describe how I implemented an interesting Use Case where the customer wanted to have an alternate message in the LOV when there is no data found. We all know how this can be changed in an af:table component by simply changing the emptyText property. In a List of Values, this works 'slightly' different.
Lets start with the basics
By default you will see the following List Of
At my current project, XML files are uploaded by the end-user to be processed in the Oracle SOA Suite. The XML files contain information about employers and their employees. Because an employer can have hundreds and even thousands of employees, these XML files can be quite large.
Processing such large XML files consumes a lot of memory and can be a bottleneck especially when multiple end users are (more...)