After some significant research and development we’ve finally released Oracle Tools 1.1.0. While a seemingly minor update (without breaking anything), it contains some nice improvements over Oracle Tools 1.0.0.
Today I was speaking on Coherence SIG event in London.
My topic was "Filtering 100M objects. What can go wrong?". It was a story of solving particular problem and obstacles we have encountered. One noticeable thing about this project - out team was using Performance Test Driven Development approach.
In our previous blog post series Adaptive Case Management series – an overview we explained the details of the case component in ACM. The most important aspects of a case have been highlighted and clarified with the introduction of a real-life (albeit fictional) WABO case. This blogpost series will (more...)
I had the privilege to present with John Klinke of Oracle WebCenter Product Management during a recent webinar. John and I discussed the integrations that Fishbowl and Oracle provide for SharePoint, and instead of focusing on the feature/function of the integrations (connectors), we chose to detail the use cases that (more...)
At a customer’s site, we experienced messages being delivered twice; one on every node of the OSB cluster.
This is what we found in the logs:
<Error> <WliSbTransports> <BEA-381304> <Exception in HttpTransportServlet.service: java.io.IOException: java.net.SocketException: Broken pipe java.io.IOException: java.net.SocketException: Broken pipe at (more...)
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Role-based access control (RBAC) makes for easy management, protection and adoption of Cloud Control.
Essentially Cloud Control is used by administrators to manage and monitor targets in the infrastructure. There are however some interesting views that can benefit other roles (eg: developers, Business Analysts, managers). From a security perspective there (more...)
Cloud Control collects a ton of metrics. With default thresholds applied and having 1000+ targets, there is the possibility of having false alerts being triggered. This isn't necessarily a problem, but when you want to be notified of critical issues, it pays to optimize the metric settings.
I was triggered (more...)
Case Model and WABO
A case consists of the following primary components:
- Case Activities
- User Events
- Business Rules
The Case is the heart of ACM. The status and progress of the case is stored in here. In WABO the permit application is what defines the (more...)
If you tuned into last week’s blog post talking I talked about the new release of WebCenter Capture. Well, low and behold Oracle released a new version of OFR.
If you look closely, this a step in the right direction as the verifer component is now available as a web (more...)
Definitely one of the most interesting talks this year at Devoxx was the one detailing all the new changes in the JEE landscape part of the next major specification upgrade JEE7. The talk was presented by Arun Gupta (@arungupta) and Antonio Goncalves (@agoncal). In this blogpost I’ll try to give (more...)
We are currently working on smoothing out some rough edges in our continuous delivery process for a project. This delivery process needs to facilitate java applications, SOA/BPM artifacts, OSB artifacts, database scripts etcetera.
Important for the delivery process, is that the package containing the artifacts, should be environment independent. (more...)
Within the last few months Oracle has released a new version of the WebCenter products (188.8.131.52). With this update there were quite a few significant updates to WebCenter that includes a new UI — built in Oracle ADF, Mobile availability, but one significant update I was excited (more...)