One of the most typical use cases in enterprise applications - Master-Detail relationship implementation. I have decided to implement it in JET and to share this practical implementation with you. Hopefully it will be useful, when you will be learning and building JET applications.
Sample application - JETCRUDApp_v8.zip implements a table with row selection in JET (you must run ADF BC REST application in JDEV 12.2.1 and JET in NetBeans 8). On (more...)
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We have a webinar on May 18th! Attend our free webinar, presented by Balaji S. Srinivasan, one of the most prominent figures in the Bitcoin community, and learn how you can monetize any database with Bitcoin.
Working with a customer last week we determined that Spring Boot applications using Liberty Buildpack failed to allow the "Auto-Scale" service to show up "Throughput" metrics and essentially mean we couldn't scale out or down application instances using Throughput metrics.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2016 I had the pleasure to join Arun Gupta (Couchbase), Mano Marks (Docker) and Shane Johnson (Couchbase) for a great webinar with ADTMag. You can watch the complete replay for free after registration. This blog highlights some of the most prominent findings and provides a brief writeup.
After a short introduction of the main business drivers behind the new architectures and the panel by Arun Gupta, it was time for Mano Marks (more...)
In this article I discuss some tables from the SOAINFRA schema that might be most interesting to use when trying to find out why you don't see in Enterprise Manager what you expect.
Going from 11g to 12c, some things have significantly changed in the SOAINFRA schema. For example, your normal partners in helping with "what happened with my process?" type of queries, like the component_instance, and bpm_process tables, have become obsolete. On the other (more...)
With Bluemix Public you can view the status page which details all the runtimes and services and thier current status on all 3 PUBLIC regions. Those customers with Bluemix Dedicated or Local get a status page which includes a column on the status of thier Dedicated or Local instance.
To navigate to it perform the following steps:
1. Log into your Bluemix dedicated or local instance web console
What is Bitcoin? What is The Blockchain? Why should an Oracle developer care? How is it going to impact Enterprise IT? How can you benefit from this upcoming new technology? Where do you even start to learn about Bitcoin?
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First of all, what are partially applied functions? There’s a little bit of theory here. The concept of partially applying functions stems from the functional way of programming. There it’s tightly linked with a concept called currying. Currying says that every function can be written as a function with only one parameter. By currying and un-currying you can achieve this goal. If this sounds very hard and complex, do not fear, in essence it’s quite (more...)
The O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference in New York happens this week. And I had the pleasure to give a tutorial together with Josh Long about how to integrate Java EE and Spring. We've been joking about this one since a while. The super stupid biased view onto both technologies which some people have in mind was something that bugged both of us since a while. Another important reason for this talk was, that we both (more...)
OpenWhisk is a new event-driven platform that lets developers quickly and easily build feature-rich apps that automatically trigger responses to events. To read more about it view the link below. In this simple example we will explore it it's use from IBM Bluemix by returning Todays date.
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Maybe I shouldn’t have written about flexible security, because I immediately starting hitting inflexible security, locking me out.
Today’s fail is courtesy of MailChimp.com, which I use for my newsletters. It’s OK that they decided they want a confirmation when I log on to my account from India, but it is not OK that they require a text message passcode with no other option.
I have my phone in flight mode, because I don’t (more...)
Somedays you come across some code and think that's pretty, why didn't I think of that? So my long time colleague Mark Warner has a nice twist on the standard name/value store pattern using method references to deal with converting from a String.
I've been heads-down in writing my next O'Reilly report and didn't had enough time to blog in a while. Time to catch up here and give you a real quick start into the new microservices framework named Lagom. It is different to what you might know from Java EE or other application frameworks. And this is both a challenge and opportunity for you to learn something new. If you can wait for a couple of (more...)