Since last year at Open World, the Oracle JET team has been quiet busy and it has been for the better. There has been quiet some development, some great blogs and even a free online course (MOOC
). A quick update of the cool features I have seen.
First of, lets start easy, you can see how your layout looks on different devices. No rocket science and not something shockingly new, but pretty cool (more...)
When writing Java code, it is a good practice to reformat your code before committing it to a source control system. In JDeveloper, you can put this in your save actions, however, JDeveloper will then also reformat all your XML code, this is not always what you want, plus it is a lot slower than reformatting only the Java code.
When in your Java file, you can use the right mouse menu, or the shortcut (more...)
In more complex projects with a lot of files, you can sometimes lose track of where the files are located. This can be helpful if you have your files saved in a logical package structure. After looking up a file, for example by using the Go to File
shortcut key, it might be helpful to know where this file is located.
Well, in JDeveloper there is a shortcut key to find the file in your (more...)
With more complex BPM and/or BPEL processes, debugging the flow trace can be kind of slow. However, if you know what you are looking for, there might be a trick to help you get where you want to be quicker.
The flow trace can be very long and scrolling through it, or even scrolling all the way to the end can take quite some time. But there is a right mouse menu if you click (more...)
I have been noticing that a lot of developers are either struggling with finding files in JDeveloper or taking a long time to open all the packages and browsing to the files. However, JDeveloper has a lot of shortcut keys that come in handy.
First of, a shortcut key to 'Go To Java Type', I think most developers know this one. It is the 'ctrl' + '-' on windows or '⌘'
+ 'J' on mac, (more...)
Time flies when you’re having fun, it feels like I only recently started working at MN
, but truth be told, it is already 9 years ago. I started as a Junior Oracle Developer at MN after my bachelor degree and in these 9 years I became an all-round Fusion Middleware developer and solution architect within this company.
A great company, lovely colleagues and always a technical challenge ahead. I could certainly enjoy another (more...)
When continuing to adding components to the website, I added a Map component. Open your component palette in the Sites Cloud and drag and drop the map component to your site.
To make sure the maps shows the right place, we need to add the location. The easiest way to do this is to go to google maps, click on the location you want to display in your map and copy that location.
Once copied, (more...)
You can use the Oracle Documents ipad app to interact with the Documents Cloud Service. Go to the app store and search for ‘Oracle Documents’, you will find the Oracle Douments application, get and install the app to your ipad.
The app would like to send you notifications, after that you will also have to accept the License Agreement.
When the app starts up, you will get a quick tutorial to tell you the basics (more...)
So after requesting the services, and installing the synchronization client, you can start building your site. When setting up the synchronization client I added some documents about my house, pictures, descriptions, maps, stuff like that.
Now with the help of Sites I will use the files that are synchronized to the Documents Cloud to start building a webpage about my house. After you login to your Cloud Services, go to the Service Console.
Use the (more...)
To synchronize your files with the Document Cloud Service, you can install a sync client. I mainly work on windows, so this blog will show you how to get the installer and show the progress of installing the client.
In your welcome e-mail there is a link to download the client, however for some reason that one did not work for me and showed me an error trying to install.
Luckily you can also download (more...)
In October after OOW15 I wrote in one of my blogs about Microsites with SCS on top of DCS
. Now that both Documents and Sites are available for trial, I thought it was time to give it a try and start building a microsite.
The plan is to create a series of blogs about both Document Cloud Services (DCS) and Sites Cloud Services (SCS). From requesting the product, to building the microsite.
In the first (more...)
The process of requesting a Cloud product is pretty straight forward, however, you can experience some hiccups as well. So for my future self and anyone wondering about this process here is what to do. First of all, decide what product you want to request after going to the Oracle Cloud page
I am requesting a Platform (PaaS) Service, so Sites will be visible under the Platform Section. You can either click Sites or Documents, (more...)
The ADF EMG Audit Rules are now available on JDeveloper 12.2.1. I want to thanks to Alexis López for reminding me and helping me out!
If you go to Check for Updates, make sure you tick the 'Open Source and Partners Extensions' and click next:
You should see the 'ADF EMG Audit Rules' appear, tick them and click next:
Wait for the download and install, you should see the ADF EMG Audit Rules (more...)
Working with WebCenter Portal 12c, you can develop your (Shared) Assets within JDeveloper. After installing the WebCenter updates, you can create an WebCenter Portal Asset Application:
Choose a more generic application name, in my case RichardWcpAssets:
Now in step two I already know I am going to create a Page Template Asset, so I name the Project RichardPageTemplate and accept the default Project Features:
Accept the default package and location in step three and move (more...)
Since 12c when debugging or looking at flow instances in the Enterprise Manager, we have to use the search button to make the flow instances appear. By default the following text is being displayed: 'Conduct a search to display the list of message flows across SOA composites in the SOA Infrastructure'.
When you open the search bar on the right pane and click search, the instances of the last 24 hours are being displayed:
Just before Oracle Open World 2015, the launch of the new 12c (12.2.1) release went public. This release was a full release of the whole stack. From WebLogic Server to Business Intelligence, including product that were not on 12.1.3 yet, like WebCenter. A bit closer to Open World than expected, but this was good news, meaning we can talk freely about 12.2.1 and get all the information on it (more...)
One of the other cloud announcements that caught my eyes on Open World was ABCS, the Application Builder Cloud Service. A tool for the Line of Business user to create simple web and/or mobile application by drag and drop in the web browser. Simple add components out of a menu on the page, rearrange them and edit them the way you want in the WYSIWYG editor.
The tool either creates business objects from scratch in (more...)
It has been a long wait, but WebCenter has finally been released on 12c, WebCenter Portal 12.2.1 is out and brings you new features we have been waiting for! Just to name a few:
- A more/better responsive design
- a WYSIWYG editor with preview mode
- Embedded content UI for ECM functionality
- New Portal REST API
- Out of the box bootstrap themes
- A Portal Jump Start kit
- Cloud Certification (on JCS)
However, there is also (more...)
The Oracle SOA Cloud Service is online and you can check it out on the Oracle SoaCS Cloud
page. This SoaCS offers you all the functionality the SOA Suite offers you on premise. In the cloud, Oracle has the same red stack strategy as they have on premise. This means the SoaCS runs on Oracle hardware and the Oracle database. This forces you to have a DbCS as well.
To get the SoaCS, you follow (more...)