Compose end to end tracing, logging and monitoring with ECID set from WebLogic in Database (exposed in V$SESSION)
The title of this blog is unfashionably long – and really says it all. The ECID (Execution Context ID) that is used in Fusion Middleware to identify a conversation across components in one or more WebLogic servers can be used to trace that conversation into the database. When an HTTP requests enter the FMW world, the ECID is established and when that request causes various components – such as ADF, Service Bus, SOA Composite – (more...)
Connecting two laptops (and a Virtual Box VM) for the purpose of a live demo using Personal Hotspot on Smart Phone
During the Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum in Budapest (March 2015), Luc Bors and myself are presenting a live demo with Luc developing a mobile application (using MAF) that consumes REST services that are published on my laptop from within a Virtual Box VM that runs Oracle SOA Suite.
Our challenge for this live demo was: how to make the services exposed in the VM available to Luc’s laptop?
Our solution – based on (more...)
On March 4th, I am to present – together with ADF and Mobile Application Framework expert Luc Bors – a live development demo session at the EMEA Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Forum in Budapest, Hungary. Luc and I are in the middle of our preparations for this event. And I thought perhaps it would be nice to share some of the background for this session.
It all started in the Fall as Jürgen Kress, responsible (more...)
For years the number of 0.7893 meant something to those who are working on regular basis with licenses in Europe. This number is the ‘Current local Pricing Exchange rate’.
And Oracle is entitled to change this rate twice a year:
This rate remained rock solid for the last couple of years, but Oracle has decided to change this rate at February 3th, 2015.
The new rate of the Euro is now 0.8682.
A closer look on database hosts
The last couple of years quite a few organizations had a difficult time and internal costs where a main focal point was to save money. License costs was one thing where many IT-managers put their question marks and so often the decision was made to downgrade the Oracle database back to Standard Edition. On the other hand, often smaller organizations have embedded SE’s as part of their applications (more...)
IT blijft een interessant vakgebied. De verveling lijkt nooit toe te kunnen slaan en zeker geen grip te krijgen op de mensen die in deze wereld werken. Dit komt vooral door de constante beweging, de hang naar verandering en de blijkbaar onuitputtelijke noodzaak om het anders en beter te doen.
Wie durft over te slaan?
Graag laten we ons elkaar jaar weer door ‘de markt’ informeren over wat er nieuw is, wat we niet mogen (more...)
Just this morning got a notification on my Service Request that there is a patch for an invalid MDS url while creating an XSLT based on the Case management XSD: 19775314. There are two versions of the patch: one for the 126.96.36.199.0 and (more...)
Pour utiliser cet assistant, le "Database Tuning Pack" est nécessaire.
Plus d'information :
- Page OTN
- Note MOS 1965342.1
- Signing Up for a Database CloudService
- Installingan Application into Your Database Cloud Service
- Data Loading and the Oracle Database Cloud Service
- Creating a RESTful Web Service
- ManagingUsers and Roles in a Database Cloud Service
- MonitoringYour Database Cloud Services
Java Cloud Service
Database Cloud Service
- Orderinga Trial Subscription to an Oracle Cloud Service
- Administering a Trial Subscription to an Oracle Cloud Service
- Creating a Database Cloud Instance
- Connecting to a Database Instance in the Oracle Database Cloud Service
- Vidéos complémentaires sur le site Web OPC
Oracle Usable Apps blogs down the local Apple Store in #San Francisco. #Guerilla outreach. #UX (at Apple Store, Stonestown)
Oracle has introduced a new product; API Manager (you can find the official documentation here). API Manager is an important addition to the already impressive Oracle SOA stack. In this article I’ll explain what this new product does and how it helps in managing your API’s. In this blog post I will focus on the features and benefits you can have of this product. I will also elaborate a little about my current experiences (more...)
Editor’s note: Here’s the first post from one of our newish team members, Ben. Ben is a usability engineer with a PhD in Cognitive Psychology, and by his own account, he’s also a below average driver. Those two factoids are not necessarily related; I just don’t know what his likes and dislikes are so I’m spit-balling.
Elke organisatie maakt gebruik van Identity- en Acces Management (IAM/IDM). Dit is een van de basis elementen van goede informatiebeveiliging. Het afschermen van de bedrijfsgegevens is hierbij de eerste stap. Maar het toegang verlenen tot deze informatie, op een beheerste wijze en aan de juiste personen op het juiste moment, is essentieel voor het goed functioneren van een organisatie. Daarnaast moet een organisatie voldoen aan de eisen vanuit wetgeving en toezichthouders. Zij eisen veelal het hanteren van standaarden in (more...)
I created a service request for it and now there is a patch for it: BPM 12c BP interim patch #20440332
This patch must be applied after applying the BundelPatch and it's recommended prereq-patch (p20163149).
The patch 20440332 is official hence for public download. With this patch it works (more...)