I had hoped to get my hands on a copy at OpenWorld, but it wasn't available yet from the printers. But it's coming soon: The Oracle Fusion Applications Development and Extensibility Handbook.
This book is promising to be a great resource for anyone interested in learning about our favorite topic. (more...)
OpenWorld 2013 is finally underway, and I am typing this from the one-day OU Seminar on Fusion Apps Extensibility (don't tell Gary, our instructor). Lots of interesting discussion and questions -- topics for future blog posts, how-tos and videos.
In about two hours we are going to launch the Fusion (more...)
Fusion Applications Release 7 has been published on eDelivery
, and with it comes JDeveloper/ADF 220.127.116.11.1 and the matching Fusion Applications Companion. Search for the media pack for Release 7 or just follow this link
for the Win64 media pack. Please note that as with all (more...)
Today is Labor Day in the United States, so while our US-based team members (and readers, I hope) enjoy a long weekend, here is a quick tip to start off the week for everyone else.
When starting to develop extensions or customizations for Fusion Applications, one of the first decisions is the operating system platform. This short post will offer some guidance.
Fusion Applications itself is certified for several Unix-based operating systems as well as the Windows platform. JDeveloper, too, runs thanks to (more...)
JDeveloper/ADF 18.104.22.168.4 and the matching Fusion Applications Companion are now available for download from eDelivery. Search for the media pack for Release 6 or just follow this link for the Win64 media pack (this part of the download is platform-independent). Please note that as with all (more...)
The recent documentation update
included a change of the required JDK for JDeveloper/WLS: instead of the bundled 32-bit JDK 1.6.0_24 the Developers Guide now advises to use the 64-bit version.
If you have worked with the 32-bit JDK so far, you may wonder how to make the switch.
For the past four months, the Fusion Applications Developer Relations team has used this blog to offer information we think is valuable for the broader Fusion developer community working on customizations, extensions or integrations.
We still have a lot of ideas for topics we think need coverage, and there are (more...)
If you are a regular visitor to our OTN forum
, you may have seen the announcement link at the top of each page: Oracle Technology Network's discussion forums are about to be upgraded to a new platform. The plan is for the current system to go read-only on Friday (more...)