Je suis Charlie

Je suis Charlie Bien sûr, moi aussi, je suis Charlie, moi.

Dumb… no module named dom during

ImportError: no module named dom This error suddenly appeared in two OAM environments, during startup of the stack, more specifically, weblogic startup ( The complete stack is: $DOMAIN_HOME/ CLASSPATH=/oracle/middleware/patch_wls1036/profiles/default/sys_manifest_classpath/weblogic_patch.jar:/oracle/middleware/jdk1.7.0_45/lib/tools.jar:/oracle/

Latest OAM certified against EBS

OAM certified EBS This blog entry shows OAM 11G Rel 2 PS2 (a.k.a. is certified against the Oracle e-Business suite 11 and 12 as of February 2014. Just in case you missed it, like me. Oracle e-business and SSO using OAMThe blog entry also references a series of articles on how to do e-Business Suite SSO using OAM.

Access Management Alternatives (Part II): OpenDJ for LDAP, EUS and TNSNames

Directory Service: OpenDJ Installation has been described in a previous part. The question now is to make OpenDJ Oracle compatible, so that it can be used with EUS and TNS names resolution. In fact, I want to be able to install and use TNS Name resolution and Enterprise User Security (EUS) as done before. Clues One clue was already mentioned, the appearance of $ORACLE_HOME/config/EUS/

Private Storage

Just a little project I just happened to be upgrading my workstation, and was left with some spare parts. I had some memory modules, an old P5 motherboard, and several AT-style enclosures. Also, I noticed my trusty Synology Diskstation began needing some larger disks. Or maybe it was time to replace it all together? Keeping up indexing my music and photos seems to become quite a daunting task,