Integrating BPM12c with BAM

In BPM12c there is a tight integration with BAM, like it was with 11g. However, BAM is not automatically installed in BPM. You need to do that seperately. But having done that, you need to get BPM acquainted with BAM and instruct it to enable process analytics.

For a greater part the configuration is similar to the 11g story. My former oracle colleague wrote a blog about it: 'Configuration of BAM and BPM for (more...)

MAF 2.0 : Custom Toggle Springboard Functionality (or how I discovered AdfmfSlidingWindowUtilities)

Mobile apps usually have the possibility to toggle the springboard by using an icon that is displayed in the header of the app. The Oracle MAF reference app, Work Better, also tries to implement this behavior. The showing of the springboard works fine, however, hiding it does not really work as expected. In this post I show you how to implement a working custom toggle springboard functionality.

Default Toggle Springboard Implementation

First let’s take a (more...)

Magical Links for a Tuesday in December

It’s difficult to make a link post seem interesting. Anyway, I have some nuggets from the Applications User Experience desk plus bonus robot video because it’s Tuesday.

Back to Basics. Helping You Phrase that Alta UI versus UX Question

Always entertaining bloke and longtime Friend of the ‘Lab, Ultan (@ultan) answers a question we get a lot, what’s the difference between UI and UX?

From Coffee Table to Cloud at a Glance: Free (more...)

About Proofs and Stories, in 4 Parts

Editor’s note: Here’s another new post from a new team member. Shortly after the ‘Lab expanded to include research and design, I attended a workshop on visualizations hosted by a couple of our new team members, Joyce, John and Julia. 

The event was excellent. John and Julia have done an enormous amount of critical thinking about visualizations, and I immediately started bugging them for blog posts. All the work and research they’ve done (more...)

Google Glass Grows Up and Pivots

Been reading the ‘tubes about withdrawal of development interest in Google Glass and the imminent demise (for now) of Google Glass itself

Still, we have have some news that might indicate the project will continue on a different platform perhaps, and with some experimentation in the enterprise space.

We’ll see. I do think Google Glass in its current iteration is over. But, if Google Glass is withdrawn, it’s not the end of (more...)

Thoughts and notes, Thanksgiving weekend 2014

I’m taking a few weeks defocused from work, as a kind of grandpaternity leave. That said, the venue for my Dances of Infant Calming is a small-but-nice apartment in San Francisco, so a certain amount of thinking about tech industries is inevitable. I even found time last Tuesday to meet or speak with my clients at WibiData, MemSQL, Cloudera, Citus Data, and MongoDB. And thus:

1. I’ve been sloppy in my terminology around “geo-distribution”, in (more...)

SQL*Plus / SQL*Net Dead Connection Detection

Recently I came across the situation where I knew for a fact that my sessions to the database where dead because I pulled the power plug out of my application server for a failover test. But the sessions stayed visible in the database and kept their locks therefor the failover failed.

Now how is that possible?

First let me sketch the layout of the setup.

Suppose you have a vendor supplied application that runs on their middleware. That (more...)

Happy Thanksgiving

Editor’s note: Here’s a first post from one of our new team members, Thao Nguyen (@thaobnguyen), who runs our Emerging Interactions team, the Research and Design part of the R, D & D.

That last D is Development if that’s unclear. Anyway, like Thao says, Happy Thanksgiving for those who celebrate it, and for those who don’t enjoy the silence in our absence. To Thao’s question, I’m going with Internet. Yes, it’s (more...)

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 26-NOV-2014


RDBMS



Performance


EM

Monitoring NFS mounted file systems using EM12c, from Musings - Things I see and learn.

OID

From the Oracle A-Team Chronicles: Mass Reset Password-Part1 OID.

Mobile Computing

From Identity, Security and Me: Integrating Oracle (more...)

Using DB Adapter to connect to DB2 on AS400

In my current project I need to connect to a DB2 database on an AS400. To do so is no rocket science, but not exactly a NNF (Next-Next-Finish) config.

First you need to download the IBM JDBC adapter for DB2, which is open souce. Download the JT400.jar  from http://jt400.sourceforge.net/. Place it in a folder on your server. Since it's not an Oracle driver, I don't like to have it placed in the (more...)

Reminder to myself: turn off felix service urlhandlers in combined BPM & OSB12c installation

Last week I started with creating a few OSB services for my current project, which is in fact a BPM12c project that needs to be interated with database services on an AS400, thus DB2. Firstly I found that when I tried to deploy on a standalone wls domain (created with the qs_config script), it lacks an OSB installation. Whereas the integrated weblogic default domain has one.

But when I try to deploy to a pretty (more...)

Before You Ideate, Empathize. Understand How People Really Work

OAUX Communications and Outreach team explores welding at the TechShop in San Carlos. Team event, but it reminds us that walking in the user’s shoes, ethnography, and other upfront research into how people really work is key to a UX that resonates. h/t @mishavaughan image

Your New Virtual Coffee Table Book on Oracle Applications Cloud UX is Here.

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Evènement : Atelier Enterprise Manager 12c / DBaaS


Rejoignez-nous le 2 ou 3 Décembre 2014 pour expérimenter pendant une journée les aspects liés à la planification, le déploiement, le suivi et la gestion d’une solution de Cloud Privé d’Entreprise.
Pendant cette journée, vous aurez l’occasion de découvrir les points suivants :
  • Considération architecturale et concepts d’une solution de cloud privé
  • Consolidation base de données & Planification des ressources
  • Approche Base de données en mode service
    (Database as a service)
  • Clone de bases de données
  • (more...)

Look What We Made

As a team-building activity for our newly merged team of research, design and development, someone, who probably wishes to remain nameless, organized a glass mosaic and welding extravaganza at The Crucible in Oakland.

We split into two teams, one MIG welding, the other glass breaking, and here’s the result.

Original image, glass before firing.

Original image, glass before firing.

Finished product, including frame.

Finished product, including frame.

All-in-all an interesting and entertaining activity. Good times were had by all, and no one was cut (more...)

From Concept to Code

Editor’s note: Here’s a repost of a wonderful write-up of an event we did a couple weeks ago, courtesy of Friend of the ‘Lab Karen Scipi (@KarenScipi).

What Karen doesn’t mention is that she organized, managed and ran the event herself. Additional props to Ultan (@ultan) on the idea side, including the naming, Sandra Lee (@SandraLee0415) on the execution side and to Misha (@mishavaughan) for seeing the value. (more...)

Complément : Webséminaire DBaaS


Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 20-NOV-2014


Oracle Support


Java

Java ME Embedded 8.1 Released, from The Java Source.

Ceylon for NetBeans IDE 8.0.1, from Geertjan's Blog.

ADF

From Shay Shmeltzer's Weblog: Modifying the Oracle Alta Skin.

Programming

From Darryl Gove's blog: Writing inline templates.

Christmas Masterclass Oracle SOA Suite 12c

On Friday, December 19, AMIS organises a special XMas-terclass on SOA Suite 12.

SOA Suite 12c (June 2014) was a major release for Oracle’s flagship integration product. This release introduces new functionality, higher developer productivity, more robust run-time scalability and performance. 12c brings together development and administration of Service Bus and SOA composite applications, it ships new technology adapters as well as a SDK to develop custom adapters and provides across the stack support for REST-style (more...)

Oracle Runcoach Bay Area Challenge: I Won #justsaying