Sample application - AdvancedViewCriteriaApp.zip, implements a fragment with table component and a chart. Table component can be filtered, criteria is intercepted (more...)
Working with dates and durations in Java has always been painful. Mainly because date and time is a complex thing, with different formats and time zones and all, but I sometimes wonder if it has not been made overly complex. Anyway. Working with XML dates is even more complex because the (more...)
Sometimes little, annoying things that are fixed with a new release can give great joy. With 11g you could set the composite instance title using the (advanced) XPath function setCompositeInstanceTitle(). This helps to find or identify instances in Enterprise Manager. However, for high volume composites you may want to configure in-memory-optimization as well by adding (more...)
In this blogpost I’ll try to explain on a very basic level what functional programming (FP) is about. look at is as an introduction to the amazing world of FP. FP is already here for quite a few decades. It was mostly used in the academic world and specialized industries. Since the coming of Scala http://www.scala-lang.org, FP became more and more mainstream.
So what is functional programming?
(from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Functional_programming) (more...)
The following topics will be covered during the webinar:
- New features in Formspider version 1.9
- Formspider architecture&benefits
- Introduction to development with Formspider
You can sign up for the webinar at this link.
The session is a two part session, focusing on iOS notifications (local/remote) and new features, like text-apply, but the most interesting part for me was the second half, which announced some coming APNs changes!
The big news is, Apple will have HTTP/2 API to send notification requests to APNs.
Here is a little summary of more details:
- request/reponse (aka stream) for (more...)
This posting is the second of a series about Oracle Adaptive Case Management. The first one can be found here. I discuss the different options to define an activity, and the setting you can use to configure when and how activities are started.
There are two ways to implement an activity in ACM. The first one is by creating a Human Task and then "promote" it (as it is called) to an activity. The other (more...)
The past few weeks were dedicated to the useful array methods. However these methods have been implemented in ECMAScript 5 and are therefore not available in older browsers such as IE8 and sometimes we have to support legacy browsers.
Note: It's assumed you have the following to do this.
- Jazzhub DevOps account. https://hub.jazz.net/
- Existing Spring Boot application project
- Git client installed
2. Create a new project using the "+ Create Project" button
Recently I was involved in an Oracle Adaptive Case Management (ACM) project. Although some people involved knew about case management in general, it turned out that not everyone immediately understood how case management works with Oracle ACM. As you may be one of them, (more...)
A lot of new annotations have been introduced since the JEE6 spec. Before we had EJBs and servlets to cover most of our server-side objects in a JEE application. But in JEE6, CDI and JAX-RS have been added, along with a few other JSRs that are implemented using annotations. This results in a long list of annotations, where – in my opinion – it is not always clear which one to use, nor to understand how they work together.
In this blog, I would like to (more...)