This post comes from Fishbowl’s Mark Heupel. Mark is an Oracle Webcenter consultant, and he has worked on a few different projects over the last year helping customers integrate WebCenter with Oracle E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft. One of WebCenter’s strengths is it provides these integrations out-of-the-box, including a document imaging integration to automate invoice processing with WebCenter’s capture, forms recognition and imaging capabilities, as well as workflows leveraging Oracle Business Process Management. Mark discusses WebCenter’s (more...)
I read an interesting blog post by Tim Warner earlier this evening, and then watched as a strong debate over the post waged on Twitter.
Tim’s article actually has two points. The second half – the benefits of SaaS/cloud software – are pretty evident to most people now. The first two paragraphs were the ones that drew the Twitter comments.
To summarise Tim’s point, he was saying:
“Some of the more technical questions like “is it true (more...)
Do you remember that advert “ I Loved the product so much I bought the company “ ? Well not quite bought the company, but certainly bought into their offering, I have joined Certus Solutions.
I have been looking hard at all those offering Fusion or Cloud services and in (more...)
Today I joined Certus Solutions.
Certus Solutions press release
Setting up DCL was great fun and really helped me to narrow down the areas I want to concentrate on. Having looked at what all the partners in this space were doing Certus ticked all the boxes for me. I was really excited by their plans and jumped at the opportunity to be part of their success.
Subscription Notifier Version 4.0 Enables WebCenter Users to Create Custom Content Email Notifications
Fishbowl Solutions’ Subscription Notifier has been used by many of our customers for years to manage business content stored in Oracle WebCenter Content. Subscription Notifier automatically sends email notifications based on scheduled queries. Fishbowl released version 4.0 of the product last week, and it includes several significant updates.
Now, users of Subscription Notifier can:
- Attach native or web-viewable files to notification emails
- Send individual notification emails for each content item
- Configure hourly notification schedules
Just finished reading Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal and I must say that I wasn’t as impressed as when reading for example The Everything Store. The book is more about politics and opportunities than about creating opportunities and value or generating great ideas that others can build on. Of course this can still offer a great story and be a good (more...)
The fourth issue of OTech Magazine, the independent magazine for Oracle professionals, is available. For the summer 2014 issue there are some more personal articles included. Titles vary from The Spiritual Programmer to The Next Generation: Oracle SOA Suite 12c and back via How to protect your sensitive data using Oracle Data Vault.
Download OTech Magazine – Summer 2014 here.
Assuming you have following standard implementation of an OBIEE environment which contains an Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) configured with mod_wl_ohs to be proxied to point to your WebLogic Server hosting OBIEE and an OBIEE Server, you can simply use (more...)
Last leg of the tour for me, sad but I am tired and have taken the opportunity to go diving on my way home, so am ready.
Next stop Guatemala, and did I mention the early starts! We actually flew from Mexico via El Salvador which would be my last stop on the tour. We said goodbye to Brendan in Mexico and it was odd to not have him with us.
Deiby Gomez is the president of GOUG and he met us at the airport and took us to our hotel. We said we wanted to see something of the city and (more...)
We arrived in Mexico City late in the evening and made our way to the hotel, unfortunately when they finally got around to speaking with me there appeared to be a problem with my booking. The logistics of the OTN tour are booked via Oracle travel where possible and I had given them the name of the hotel as agreed by the group, and they assured me they booked the ONLY Radisson in Mexico City. (more...)
This was my third LAOTNTOUR, my first was in 2011 and then again in 2012. This year I have tried to pick a few countries that I have not visited before and 3 of the 5 are new to me.
Henry Ford said,
" Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success."
UKOUG is all about community and it is that working together that brings success, and key to that is our volunteers, but everyone needs to play their part. Even if you can't volunteer for whatever reason you need to contribute to the community, we need to know what troubles you and how we can improve both Oracle and UKOUG.
For a project of mine I have implemented the ID/IDREF XML pattern inside one of mine Web Services. When I created with JDeveloper a Web Service from it everything looked fine, no errors or what soever. I could receive this pattern inside my request messages without any problems. After I filled in the same String inside the IDREF as I did in ID the only response I get is a HTTP 200 without any body. (more...)
On the 22nd of july, patchset 188.8.131.52 for Oracle 12c database was made generally available for Linux x86-64 and Solaris.
This patchset includes the eagerly awaited In-memory option which promises an application transparent performance boost by using column-format data storage in memory.
Database In – Memory uses an In-Memory column store (IM column store), which is a new component of the Oracle Database System Global Area (SGA), called the In-Memory Area. Data (more...)