Enjoy watching it :-)
Enjoy watching it :-)
|Darling Harbour, Sydney|
|Queen Victoria Building, Sydney|
|Sydney Town Hall|
|Sheraton on the Park (our hotel) Sydney|
|Pan Pacific (our hotel), Perth|
|London Court, Perth|
|Penny's House Perth|
This is a tour I really enjoy, but as OOW was so late this year and more importantly UKOUG just days after, I was worried I would have to pull out of this tour.
The tour visited 5 places but I was only signed up for the last 3, Sydney, Perth and Wellington.
This was a crazy itinerary and was 28,733 miles and included 61 hours of air travel time, plus lay overs. (more...)
Apart from having to fly back to Sydney overnight, to catch a flight to Wellington, this was quite an uneventful trip.
Again Richard had planned our travel so we arrived early afternoon, and the first thing we did was take a walk.
Now we know why Wellington is called 'Windy', even their name badge incorporates this and a recent article in the guardian suggests it is the windiest city in the world. The phenomena that (more...)
We arrived in Perth mid afternoon and Richard and I went for a short walk to find coffee before being picked up by local user group legend Penny Cookson. Penny lives out of Perth along the coast and she took us out to her home to meet up with her husband Spence and our fellow speaker John King who was staying with them.
Later we went out and had dinner on the sea front watching (more...)
In case you have mutliple data sources defined within your Oracle WebLogic Server pointing to the same Oracle Database and mostly using the same Oracle Database user, you have currently limited chances to identify in your v$session, which session belongs to which WebLogic Server Data Source.
For example, you have 2 Data Sources (more...)
Fishbowl introduced our Enterprise Support program during the summer of 2014, and since then we have helped numerous customers keep their WebCenter environments running smoothly. Enterprise Support Engineer John Lundgren often talks with WebCenter users who are interested in Fishbowl’s support program. He recently created a list of FAQ’s for those who are considering Fishbowl’s product support or in supplementing their Oracle maintenance agreement with Fishbowl’s enterprise support.
Q: What kinds of support does (more...)
Dit filmpje geeft een interessante blik in het huidige bol.com fulfillment center in Waalwijk. Met een drone zijn opnamen gemaakt in een van de hallen van het warehouse.
En een eigen bol.com fulfillment center voor groei en innovatie
My last posting was what I was jealous of at DOAG, but what I really want to talk about is my experience at their conference.
I had two presentations, PaaS4SaaS and a new presentation 'What Does Digital Distruption Mean to the Oracle Ecosystem'.
The PaaS4SaaS presentation I have been doing for a while but it needed updating post Oracle Open World, lots of things to add. I have also updated my whitepaper on (more...)
Dit is de presentatie die ik op 25 november 2015 gaf op het Landelijk Architectuurcongres over Agile Architectuur. De titel: de architect tussen 44 scrum teams in de 90e sprint:
What did you miss at Oracle OpenWorld regarding WebCenter, The Cloud, and Front-End Website and Portal Development? Find out in this webinar.
Fishbowl Solutions has been attending and sponsoring Oracle OpenWorld for many years, and every year we get questions from customers asking why they should attend, how is Oracle OpenWorld different from Collaborate, and if they do attend what sessions should they go to? Although there is no single answer to these questions, our general response is OpenWorld provides so many continuous learning, networking, and fun events that going isn’t hard to justify. However, as the (more...)
Not all regions in APEX can be refreshed using the PPR mechanism. Especially PL/SQL regions are difficult to refresh with AJAX.
Although… the fact that the HTML in a PL/SQL region is constructed in PL/SQL may be in your advantage. With the use of a tiny bit of JQuery and an application process, you will be able to update a region asynchronously. I’ll show you how.
First, create a PL/SQL region and write some PL/SQL that generates your (more...)