TensorFlow – Getting Started with Docker Container and Jupyter Notebook

I'm studying Machine Learning and would like to share some intro experience working with TensorFlow. To get started with TensorFlow you need to install it, easiest way (at least for me) was to run TensorFlow using Docker. Read installation instructions - Installing TensorFlow.

Once TensorFlow Docker image is installed. I suggest to create container in detach mode (--detach=true) and provide port for Jupyter UI. Make sure to provide meaningful name for Docker container:

docker run (more...)

How to Setup Node.js and Oracle JET on Oracle Linux

What if you want to develop Oracle JET in Oracle Linux? Certainly this is possible - both Node.js and Oracle JET run on Oracle Linux or any other Linux distribution. If you follow Oracle JET Setup Guide, you will see Node.js is listed as prerequisite. But it may not be exactly straightforward to install Node.js on Oracle Linux. Below I will guide you through the steps.

Run command to install development (more...)

ADF Performance on Docker – Lighting Fast

ADF performance depends on server processing power. Sometimes ADF is blamed for poor performance, but in most of the cases real issue is related to poor server hardware, bad programming style or slow response from DB. Goal of this post is to show how fast ADF request could execute and give away couple of suggestions how to minimize ADF request time. This would apply to ADF application running on any environment, not only Docker. I'm (more...)

ADF Performance Story – This Time Developer Was Wrong

ADF is fast. If ADF application is slow, most likely this is related to development mistakes. I would like to tell you one story, based on my ADF tuning experience. Problem description: ADF application runs fast in DEV, when DB size is small. Same application runs slow in TEST/PROD, when DB size is large. Question - what is slow. Answer - slow means forms are loading slow. Ok, lets go to the story.

Developer decides (more...)

Essential WebLogic Tuning to Run on Docker and Avoid OOM

Read my previous post about how to run ADF on Docker - Oracle ADF on Docker Container. Docker WebLogic image is based on official Oracle Docker image for FMW infrastructure - OracleFMWInfrastructure. WebLogic container created based on this image runs, but not for long - eventually JVM process eats up all memory and OOM (out of memory) exception is thrown. This is known issue related to JVM running in Docker container - Running a JVM (more...)

Oracle ADF on Docker Container

Want to run Oracle ADF on Docker? This is possible, I will explain how. If you are new to Docker, it may require to spend significant amount of time to get started with all different bits and pieces. I will try to explain all essential steps, so that you will get up to speed quickly.

First of all you need to have DB accessible, check my previous post explaining how to run Oracle DB on (more...)

Oracle Database Docker Image in Docker Cloud (Digital Ocean)

Red Samurai is using Docker for our internal development environment. We are running Oracle Database and WebLogic server (with ADF support) on Docker Cloud. It is much easier to manager Docker containers than to maintain our own server.

In this post I will describe how to setup Oracle Database in Docker Cloud. Of course you could run Docker container locally on your machine, but main power of Docker comes with the option to be able (more...)

Takeaways from OOW’17

Let's summarise important points from OOW'17 conference. This year conference was a breakthrough for Oracle JET - most of Oracle Cloud UI's were implemented with Oracle JET. Oracle ADF is used for Oracle SaaS (Fusion Middleware) back office applications, same as before. There is often misunderstanding in JET vs. ADF comparison. Keep in mind - JET is only UI layer and it can be compared with ADF Faces only. While ADF is much more than (more...)

ADF BC REST Service from ADF Library JAR

I had assignment to enable ADF BC REST for existing ADF application, which was developed with multiple ADF libraries. ADF BC REST was supposed to be enabled for one of the ADF libraries and then accessed through Master application. All ADF BC REST samples usually show how to enable REST inside Master application itself. I was curious if it will work to enable ADF BC REST and package it into ADF library, which is consumed (more...)

Oracle JET List Implementation based on WorkBetter Alta UI

During weekend I was playing with JET WorkBetter sample app. I thought it would be nice to extract People list UI into my own app - so that it will be easy to reuse this UI pattern in our own JET applications. I succeeded to achieve my goal and would like to share WorkBetter Alta UI list sample with you.

This is how my own JET list UI looks like, based on sample app:

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Oracle JET Simple Table with Fake JSON Server

What if you want to build JET UI, but there is no back-end REST service ready yet. You could use static JSON data inside JET app and load it from the JSON file. This works, but data retrieval logic will need to be changed after REST service will be ready. This is not productive. Ideally you would like to have fake REST service to simulate REST calls from JET UI, until real REST back-end is (more...)

ADF 12c Table CRUD Fix for Auto Focus

I had a post about how to improve user data entry for ADF table with auto focus for new row - Improving ADF UI Table CRUD Functionality with Auto Focus. If you follow comments thread for that post - you will see described approach doesn't work exactly as it should in ADF 12c (focus is set for new row but later is lost after tab navigation - it should move focus to another column). Thanks (more...)

ADF Client Side Validation with JavaScript

In my previous post I explained how to use JS client side formatter for ADF Faces input components - ADF Goes Client Side - UI Performance Boost with JavaScript. The same principle can be applied for client side validation. Most likely you are not going to implement complex validation rules on the client side, but for simple checks - it will be perfect. There will be no roundtrip to the server and this will allow (more...)

Oracle Java Cloud Service – Scaling and Cluster Setup for ADF

Last couple of weeks I was busy preparing to my OOW'17 session about estimating Java Cloud Service performance for ADF application. I was running stress tests against various JCS instance configurations to be able to create performance estimation methodology. I will describe this methodology on OOW, but here today will list key steps required to scale up JCS instance.

Let's assume you are running single cloud node with 1 CPU and 7.5 GB RAM. (more...)

My Blog Samples Download Repository (For Samples Before 2014 January)

I have been asked, where to download my blog sample applications, posted before 2014 January. If you try to download such sample - you will get error about sample not found. Thats because Google discontinued their support for Google Code repository.

However, you can still download all my samples posted before 2014 January from Google Code archive. Go to archive URL - Google Code Archive for jdevsamples and you can browse all old samples there (more...)

Oracle JET Busy Context API to Control Asynchronous REST Calls

I have received feedback from users working with JET UI - sometimes it is not obvious that action button was pressed, users tend to press same button again very fast, which leads to parallel REST calls executing at the same time. In JET - REST call is executed asynchronously, this makes user to believe action was done instantly when button was pressed. However, REST call still may run in the background - while user will (more...)

ADF Goes Client Side – UI Performance Boost with JavaScript

If you would like to boost ADF UI performance, you should look into client side validation and formatting options possible to be done in ADF UI. Today I will describe how you can implement client side converter, to format number value on client side, without making request to the server. Same approach could be used to implement client side validators. You can raise error message and it will be assigned to UI field in the (more...)

ADF BC – Create View Object From Query with Custom Implementation Class

I had a request to explain how to create dynamic ADF BC VO from SQL statement and set custom VO implementation class for newly created VO instance. Custom VO implementation class extends from ADF BC ViewObjectImpl and overrides super method:

There is a method createViewObjectFromQueryStmt, in previous ADF versions this method had two parameters - VO instance name and SQL statement. In current ADF 12c - there is a second signature of the same (more...)

ADF 12c BC Proxy User DB Connection and Save Point Error

If you are modernising Oracle Forms system, high chance you need to rely on DB proxy connection. Read more about it in my previous post for ADF 11g - Extending Application Module for ADF BC Proxy User DB Connection. It works in the same way for ADF 12c, but there is issue related to handling DB error, when DB proxy connection is on. DB error is propagated to ADF but is being substituted by save (more...)

Working with Location and Permissions in JET Hybrid

What if you want to access mobile device location data from JET Hybrid application? This can be achieved with Cordova Geolocation plugin. But you want it to be nicely done and want to make sure application is granted with permission to access location information. Use Cordova Permissions plugin for that.

You could add Cordova plugin to JET app by executing this command:

cordova plugin add 

If this command doesnt work for any reason, you could (more...)