With Java EE 7 out the door since a while it is already time to start planning for the next revision of the platform which will most likely be called Java EE 8. Oracle set up a community survey
with which they would like to get input from the community (more...)
APEX is promoted as the perfect replacement for MS Access applications. One thing you should consider though is how you migrate your data to the Oracle database. In APEX there is a handy tool called the Data Workshop that can be used for this. You first export your Excel files (more...)
Previously I blogged about using the HikariCP with Pivotal GemFireXD as per the post below.http://theblasfrompas.blogspot.com.au/2013/12/hikaricp-connection-pool-with-pivotal.html
In this example I show how you would use this Connection Pool with Spring.
1. Ensure your using version 1.2.1 of HikariCP as it provides the setDataSourceProperties() setter to HikariConfig (more...)
I decided to try out the HikariCP as per the link below it says it's the fastest Connection Pool and the most lightweight. It probably is so I thought I would set it up for GemFireXD.
Quote: There is nothing faster.1
There is nothing more correct. HikariCP is a "zero-overhead" production-quality (more...)
I've been invited to talk at the vJUG
which is the newest JUG around. A virtual JUG reaching out to interested Java Developers over all time zones and locations. The aim is to get the greatest minds and speakers of the Java industry giving talks and presentations for this community, (more...)
So I have been ponder an enhancement required on the Tyrus project that would allow a user to broadcast to a subset of client connected to a URL across a cluster of machines. There are various way of doing this; but since I was playing with JDK 8 this problem (more...)
Today at the UKOUG I showed a new plug-in for JDeveloper 12c together with Wilfred
, the ADF EMG Audit Rules. You can find it through JDevelopers Check for Updates in the Help menu. This plug-in is a starting point for creating rules out of the code guidelines document you (more...)
I am happy to announce that we have a new release of the AeroGear UnifiedPush Server!
This release contains again a some API changes. The most important one is a true unification of our supported client platforms. Before this release the SimplePush clients were a bit different, as explained in (more...)
Since JDeveloper 12c it’s possible to uninstall extension from your JDeveloper, without deleting jar files and cache directories manually. However, the feature is a little bit hidden, it’s not in your preferences, but in the feature section. You get there through the Tools menu.
Here you can manage your features, (more...)
We recently released Pivotal GemFireXD BETA with the latest release of Pivotal HD. Pivotal GemFire XD is a memory-optimized, distributed data store that is designed for applications that have demanding scalability and availability requirements. With GemFire XD you can manage data entirely using in-memory tables, or you can persist very (more...)
In this article I explain a handy way to browse the MDS on the SOA/BPM server from JDeveloper, as well as an (as far as I know) undocumented feature to look up artifacts using a browser.
The Meta Data Services (or MDS for short) of Oracle's SOA/BPM Suite is used (more...)
The last few weeks I was busy re-writing of my puppet WLS module so it fully supports the power of Puppet 3 (thanks for more than 4000 downloads on puppet forge and all the github downloads).
With Puppet 3 we now can use Hiera, Iterations and Lambdas expression. This does not (more...)
In this article I explain how you can modify the JDeveloper adf-config.xml file to make it work for both Windows, as well as Linux.
If in a JDeveloper application you point to artifacts in a file based MDS residing in a Windows folder for example "d:\projects\MDS", then JDeveloper will (more...)
One of the fun things of giving a training like the Advanced BPM Suite 11g course that I'm running now, is that students ask questions to which you don't know the answer. But hey, you are the teacher, and that won't do, so off you go!
One question asked yesterday (more...)
According to the BPMN specification, the Terminate End Event is supposed to terminate a process instance at the level at which it is raised, including any ongoing activity for sub-processes. But is should not terminate any higher level (parent) process.
With OBPM 11g it works differently (at least up to (more...)