The Oracle Private Cloud Appliance simplifies the way you install, deploy and manage converged infrastructure applications on Linux and other operating systems and delivers on the promise of simplified cloud management.
The All-New Oracle Private Cloud Appliance: Overview
introduces essential concepts for administration and operation of the
virtualization environment hosted by the Private Cloud Appliance, helping
you manage Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
Now is the time to influence the schedule for this seminar by (more...)
Crossposting from Greg Jensen's original post here
Oracle released a Press Release announcing the availability of Identity Management 11gR2 PS3 (Patchset 3). This update to the IDM 11gR2 solution brings forth some groundbreaking new capabilities for our customers to enable organizations to realize success in the areas of new digital business and unifying identities across applications. This greatly simplifies the on-boarding of new users, applications and services such as mobile and cloud.
In Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.x, a new column was added to the user object to add an additional layer of security. This field is a user hash that generates on the complete user object. The idea behind the hash is that when a user logs in a hash is calculated for the session and is checked against the user record registered in the system. If the user hash generated does not match the (more...)
"It was a dark and stormy night." No, not that kind of beginning. Although (spoiler alert), there are clouds involved.
I've been running a small Renewable Energy (RE) system at my house for the past three years. It's comparatively small, providing power only to our 12'x16', two-story utility shed in a corner of our backyard. Although there are electrical connections running between house and shed, the RE system provides nearly all power consumed (more...)
Uma das modalidades de entrega mais desafiadoras para
varejistas, a compra online e retirada na loja física, traz uma nova discussão
em torno de quanto os clientes pagam por serviços de conveniência em seu
processo de compra.
Recentemente o jornal The Guardian
informou que o varejista britânico John Lewis começará a cobrar por serviços de
compra online e retirada na loja (click
& collect) para pedidos com valores menores que 30 libras.
Have you discovered the E-Business Suite Product Based Support Analyzers? From Doc ID 1545562.1 scroll down to the Procurement section and see these valuable offerings. Each analyzer is specialized to help you diagnose issues before logging a Service Request, click on ACT for direct access. What makes analyzers special is they not only provide you with errors found, but provide solutions as well. The analyzers are safe to run in Production and (more...)
Well, it's been five years since 1) Oracle acquired Sun, and 2) I last updated my home fileserver. At the behest of my manager, I wanted to write a little bit about the latest incarnation. Smaller, faster, with more storage and using less power. Of course. Moore's Law continues to be the Gift That Keeps on Giving.
Oracle’s Platform as a Service (PaaS) is a huge opportunity for Oracle partners. Using PaaS4SaaS for extending the Oracle Applications Cloud and building simplified UI solutions are powerful differentiators combined. Add in user experience
(UX), and it's a competitive must-have move for business. The Oracle
Applications User Experience (OAUX) communications and outreach team has
been on the road enabling partners to make this competitive potential
i have posted a lot about component that supports multiple selection in
ADF Faces (af:selectManyCheckbox, af:selectManyChoice,
af:selectManyListbox, af:selectManyShuttle) - Multiple Selection in ADF Faces This post is about selecting all values in a component programmatically on a event like button click, value change event etc. Note that this post is designed for ADF BC (viewObject) based components , to set values in bean based component check this- Programmatically
populate values in ADF Faces multiSelect (more...)
The RebelLabs annual Developer Productivity Report has been released and has focused very specifically on Java performance. Having gathered data from over 1,500 participants, the report defined key characteristics of performance teams and applications and found that the common cause of issues are inefficient application code and too many database queries.
Those of us interested in the tools domain, should take note of the following statistics in the report, in response to the question "Which (more...)
Each year brings new books about NetBeans. That's a given, at this point in time. This year's crop is particularly fine, with Apress, Packt, and Murach all bringing out completely new titles around NetBeans. Jump in, the water's fine, there's something for everyone:
And maybe there are others that I've left out here? Let me know! We'd love to promote any new book that is either about NetBeans or that uses or refers (more...)
I am looking forward to my trip to the Denver area this week, including an upgrade workshop at the Oracle office in the tech center area. We have a good registration list so far but there is still room! If you would like to attend, just register at events.oracle.com!
this post I will show you, how to call REST service from ACM Java
activity class method. This could be useful in the situations, when you
would like to have programmatic ACM activity integrated with REST
service data. We could access ACM payload data from within the method
overriden in the class implementing Case Activity Callback.
activity implemented on top of Java class, contains the same properties
and configuration as the regular one. (more...)
There is a new scroll policy for the table component in ADF 12c. This new policy is called - load more.
I think it gives good potential, it allows to reduce access load on
heavy tables. In ADF 11g we are implementing similar approach with
RowCountThreshold = -1 setting, this is preventing full scroll at once (How To Disable SELECT COUNT Execution for ADF Table Rendering). Load more is better, it integrates with (more...)
By Guest Blogger Muthu Ranganathan, Director, EPM Product Management at Oracle
There is no denying the fact that the world is moving towards “the cloud”, and CFOs and CIOs have come to the point where they can’t avoid recognizing the many benefits of the cloud. While finance took more time than their peers in Human Resources or Sales to go to the cloud, recent trends indicate that more CFOs are open to “getting on the (more...)
For the second year, Oracle Spatial Summit will once again be part of BIWA Summit at Oracle HQ in January 2016!
We want to hear your story -- and encourage you to submit your proposal soon. Proposals will be accepted through November 2. Don't wait, though -- we're accepting submissions on a rolling basis. The sooner you submit, the better your chances.
We're looking for innovative Oracle Spatial and Graph, and MapViewer use (more...)