We have a requirement to have different themes for our Oracle JET application, "business" and "pleasure". The first will have images of serious business suits, the second will have party hats; the first will have grey/blue fonts and colors, the second will be polka dots or something. You want the themes to be able to be swapped in and out at build time. OK, that's the scenario.
1.Create the application. Let's imagine we start (more...)
While following the Oracle JET MOOC, especially when dealing with topics that relate to routing and navigation, you'll find a few contrasts between the MOOC and your own Oracle JET applications. Though not true for all the application templates, you'll notice one or two new files, one or both of 'appController.js' and 'navigation.js':
Now notice how clean your 'require' block is, in 'main.js':
Here's an overview of each of the Oracle JET application templates in Oracle JET 2.1.0.
Note: Below each of the Yeoman generator commands below, you see how the project looks in NetBeans IDE. I.e., just go to File | Open Project, browse to the folder where you ran the commands below and you'll simply be able to open the project into NetBeans IDE.
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you are using the Oracle Process Cloud Service, you can use the Oracle
Process Mobile Application on your mobile device to start a new process
or access the task list to approve or reject the tasks assigned to you.
this post, we will start a new process through the Oracle Process
Mobile Application, approve the task assigned to a user and see the
history of the process in Oracle Process Cloud Service from (more...)
When using NetBeans IDE to work on an Oracle JET project installed using the Yeoman generator on the command line, the files in the "src" folder are incomplete without the build command being run. Of course, you can just enable the Grunt build task and that solves that issue. Just right-click on the project and choose Build:
The first time you do this, you'll be prompted as follows:
Preparations for Oracle OpenWorld have been underway for some time, and the session catalog with detailed schedules is now available.
This year, the Oracle E-Business Suite Applications Technology Group (ATG)
will participate in 29 sessions including Meet the Experts
round-table discussions and customer panels, demo booths, and several Special Interest
Group meetings as guest speakers. Please join us to hear the latest news
and connect with senior ATG development staff.
Oracle had released a new version of Process Cloud Service. It mainly
contains some minor improvements, but also has one major update: Oracle
Process Cloud Service can now use Oracle Document Cloud Service for
working with documents in business processes. This blog will show you
how to make it happen.
Establishing the connection
main page of Oracle Process Cloud Service, click on your user in the
right-top corner and select “Administration”. On (more...)
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I used to have a very nice colleague who would never disagree with me. He'd never say 'I disagree with you'. Instead, he'd always say, 'let me add some color to that', after which he'd proceed to, essentially, disagree with me. :-) But it was a nice experience. He wasn't disagreeing, he was adding color.
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Well, there is certainly a lot going on at Oracle OpenWorld this
September. You can browse the session catalog for interesting talks.
Here are a few highlights in my area:
Python and Oracle Database: Tips, Tricks, and the Best New Features [CON6543]
Room: Park Central - Concordia
Monday 19th... [Read More]
We're really pleased with the level of activity around the Oracle JET MOOC. Monday next week, when the 2nd week starts, we'll close registration, at which point we expect to have around 2,000 participants. The MOOC will run again, for free, in October, after OpenWorld and JavaOne.
We've picked up on some common problems on the Oracle JET forum and have put together some tips and tricks, as well as news and updates, here: