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Many times I come across the requirement of quickly propagating changes from cloud platforms like Salesforce.com to on-premise data stores. You (more...)
The company which provides these drivers is called Progress|DataDirect
Their JDBC/ODBC Salesforce Connect XE drivers, acts as translators between SQL and SOQL (The Salesforce proprietary query language). So you can write your joins, use expressions like SUBSTRING on your Salesforce data as if the data was in a relational database.
I found the concept quite interesting. If you already know SQL -and there are many people which do- you can just (more...)
Maybe the DELETE command should be banned from SQL. It was probably invented when the disks were tiny and it might not be suitable for our times, especially nowadays when we talk about things like BIG DATA.
Data is related with other data based on relations and associations. For example, as in Salesfoce's data model One Account can have Many Contacts. In the model these relationships/associations are indicated by drawing lines from one object to the others as seen in the diagram below, where (more...)
The interface enables you to put page transitions to your apps, define JQuery lists and much more. Here is the option:
I managed to create few apps on this platform. This post is about what tools I used when I was developing the apps.
Overview of using Oracle Apex and JQuery Mobile
This one was easy, just go to http://apex.oracle.com and register for a workspace. The workspace gives you an Oracle Workspace Schema, (more...)
The other day I watched the Oracle Big Data forum. Now available here. A half-day event with various speakers on the subject of BigData, including Tom Kyte , a mentor who I admire!
In the forum they have gone over Oracle's approach to Big Data and allow me to summarise it below:
- Acquire - Collect Big Data, identify it, where is it? Then store it in Oracle NoSQL - a value-pair database
- Organise - Stage Big Data in a transient elastic database. Using Oracle Data Integrator and the Oracle Hadoop connector, reduce and distil it.
- Analyse - Start Analytics on (more...)
I like to think (and
the sooner the better!)
of a cybernetic meadow
where mammals and computers
live together in mutually
like pure water
touching clear sky.
I like to think
(right now please!)
of a cybernetic forest
filled with pines and electronics
where deer stroll peacefully
as if they were flowers
with spinning blossoms.
I like to think
(it has to be!)
of a cybernetic ecology
where we are free of our labors
and joined back to nature,
returned to our mammal
brothers and sisters,
and all watched over
by machines of loving grace.
By Richard Brautigan
1.Hourly calls to Yahoo Weather API
2.Static Google map API call to show the island on the map
3.More than 1 year daily temperature records to compare with current temperature, per island o. Google charts API
4.Learn the locations of 100+ Greek islands on the map
I am thinking of enriching the database behind this app with other relevant info.
To reach the app (more...)
When you use Informatica Cloud you usually use it to do Migration, Integration and Synchronisation. That's about what it is used for, right?
It is all about moving data from point A to point B or syncing data between A and B. That is what Informatica Cloud is built for, to move/sync data from A to B and while moving it, maybe transform it as well. A is the 'source' and B is the 'target'. Correct! A can be an Oracle or ERP database and B can be a Salesforce Org. Classical use case of Informatica Cloud.
Well, not (more...)
We found this really cool piece of code called CopyForce in Google code the other day which lets you:
Copy your Salesforce org objects (tables, indexes) into Oracle or any other RDBMS, yes you can!
The code I believe is freely available. But not to lose time I used the GUI which is available with trial a license of 30 days from CAPSTORM. In this post I want to quickly show you how you can copy your whole Salesforce org dev or prd with its data into Oracle, then do whatever you like with it.
These are not actual Exam questions, don't be fooled!
This is study stuff that I have compiled reading the study guides and the available training materials I found online. It did help me pass the exam. The quiz like questions I compiled helped me a lot to understand concepts and limits.
I have also tried to categorise the questions & quizzes by the Salesforce Dev401 (more...)
You can achieve this by using the Oracle APEX package APEX_WEB_SERVICE.MAKE_REQUEST and send SOAP envelopes to the Salesforce (more...)
Workflow in force.com, is business logic and in this post I will try to explain it.
In force.com, you can create custom objects and then you can create relationships on your custom objects according to the application data model you have designed. Very good, but if you don't have workflow, your force.com app will be nothing more than a lousy database. A mere database to enter and search records. What is salesforce anyway? Isn't it a data-centric, based around a database application building platform? Another database front end?
Not, just that! Force.com (more...)
I will rather try to quickly outline for the benefit of the interested reader how security is applied within a force.com Org. That is, security which enables or prevents certain users in the Org seeing the other user's records/data and how users are prevented from seeing certain fields and objects in the Org. So in-house Salesforce 'data' security I should say, not inter-cloud (more...)
Briefly the things to take home from this SIG meeting for me were:
- Oracle Apex plugins are great. Great presentation from John Scott on this.
- In Oracle Apex release 4.0.2, there will be new themes which will render nicely, almost like native apps, on iPhones and iPads.
- Lots of tips and tricks on how to scale and tune Oracle Apex (more...)