A full time analyst / commentator has something I don't have - time. So as I build my summary of OOW here are a few already published I like:
Dennis Howlett who I greatly admire - filmed me at Collaborate earlier this year talking about Cloud Applications and he took time to talk to me again at OOW. His summary of the event quotes me well.
Ray Wang of Constellation Research who I (more...)
The now traditional OAUX training day was the Wednesday before OOW, and this year was opened up to a few select partners in addition to the user advocates of which I am one.
It was a great day with a full room at the conference centre in Redwood Shores and a lot of the UX team there to share their expertise. The day kicked off with Jeremy Ashley their VP talking about their work and setting the (more...)
Trying to build up my posts reviewing OOW14. Keep coming back till the WIP goes
Just before I left for San Francisco I blogged about my objectives for Oracle Open World, and just how busy I expected to be.
Now when I have returned I am working my way through my notes and sharing my thoughts both formal and fun.
- Oracle ACE Director*
- Oracle Applications UX Advocate
- Usergroup Leader
Oh how jealous I am of ODTUG
As a user group leader I know that the success of any volunteer organisation is the volunteers themselves, and I would give anything to have 22 great, passionate people step up and be nominated to our board at UKOUG. What an election this will be.
ODTUG not many years back was struggling. When other user groups were coming together to take on the benefits of Collaboration, ODTUG saw (more...)
I am not a fit person and actually have been having treatment for a sore hip for a few months, but I do like to have fun and this trip saw me take part in several events:
Traditionally the Saturday before OOW kicks off is the one day I have free! and to year my daughter was with me. She has never cycled the bridge and although I have twice before I was (more...)
Fishbowl will host a series of webinars this month about integrating the Google Search Appliance with an Oracle WebCenter or Liferay Portal. Our new product, the GSA Portal Search Suite, fully exposes Google features within portals while also maintaining the existing look and feel.
The first webinar, “The Benefits of Google Search for your Oracle WebCenter or Liferay Portal”, will be held on Wednesday, October 15 from 12:00-1:00 PM CST. This webinar will focus (more...)
At Oracle Open World there were some interesting sessions about performance for ADF and MAF applications.
Here are some tips and tricks that where shown:
- The database is usually the backbone of your application. Issues with performance may occur here. Some tips for database tuning are the use of indexes, partitioning, SQL tuning and the use of materialized views. You can of course always pays a visit to your DBA.
- Tune your JVM. What you (more...)
Virtualbox: only 32bit guests possible even though virtualization enabled in BIOS / Intel Process Identification Utility shows opposite to BIOS virtualization setting
BIOS virtualization enabled
Intel Processor Identification Utlility in 8.1: virtualization disabled
BIOS virtualization disabledWith both settings: Virtualbox runs 32bit guests but no 64bit guests.
Intel Processor Identification Utlility in 8.1: virtualization enabled
After some searching, (more...)
After some investigation I discovered that, (more...)
oracle.wsm.policymanager.PolicyManagerException: WSM-02141 : Unable to connect to the policy access service.
A cool thing I heard at Open World 2014: we all know in SOA there are all these adapters you can use in your SCA components. In Oracle Integration Cloud Services (ICS) there are a lot of new SaaS adapters to integrate with SaaS applications like SalesForce for example. These adapters are build using a Cloud Adapter SDK and written in Java.
This exact SDK will be available for users as well, so we all (more...)
Although there had been many analyst and Oracle ACE briefings for much of the preceding week, Sunday night was the ‘proper’ opening for Oracle OpenWorld 2014. It kicked off with Larry’s first keynote of the conference. (He traditionally does two, however skipped the second last year to watch the thrilling finale to the 2013 America’s Cup.)
His hour long address was given over exclusively to the cloud. Here’s a summary of the important points (more...)
I’ve been reading quite some article on engineering culture and ways of working. The videos on Spotify Labs are among the best sources I’ve watched or read in the last year on the subjects of agile and culture. Recently the second part of their series on Spotify’s engineering culture was released.
Spotify engineering culture part I
Important take aways for me were:
- Agile over scrum
- Principles over practices
This year’s Oracle Open World is again all about Cloud and Mobile. However, this year it is getting more and more concrete. Apart from all the announcements of Process Cloud and integration cloud services there will be more JSON support in Oracle’s SOA Suite.
In Oracle SOA Suite 12C (12.1.3) the REST Adapter already made its appearance. This adapter makes it make your SCA component available as, and leverage REST services, using JSON. (more...)
Fishbowl’s GSA Portal Search Suite introduces JSR-286 portlet integration that brings Google search to Oracle WebCenter and Liferay Portal
Integrated Google search has arrived for Oracle WebCenter and Liferay Portal. Last week, Fishbowl Solutions announced GSA (Google Search Appliance) Portal Search Suite. This is Fishbowl’s fourth product for the Google Search Appliance, and introduces a productized integration that exposes Google search features like spelling suggestions, dynamic navigation, and document previews directly within the portal.
Previous integrations between the GSA and WebCenter or Liferay Portal had to be heavily customized to expose similar (more...)
Who has worked with the Design view of the XSL mapper in Oracle JDeveloper, knows that it works nice for simple mappings and drawing lines from one end to the other. However, when adding more complicated transformations, the moment arrives one has to modify the source. This usually results in mapper errors, and the Design view will not be displayed.
Although it’s not entirely avoidable this will happen at some point, there are a few (more...)
Every year I plan a modest OOW experience, promising myself I will keep time in my agenda, but then reality hits and here I am as ever turning down invites to really cool off-piste sessions and meetings because my dance card is full.
I always explain this is because I am wearing so many hats.
- Oracle ACE Director*
- Oracle Applications UX Advocate
- Usergroup Leader
- Partner - My new job
- With Analysts
- Just for fun
Oracle OpenWorld will be held from September 28-October 2 in San Francisco.
Fishbowl Solutions will once again be at Oracle OpenWorld this year to connect with fellow WebCenter users! The event is now only a few days away, and our team is really looking forward to discussing how our value-add solutions can help your organization.
The only workaround was to deinstall wireshark including wincap and installing it again. But after the nex reboot, it freezed again.
After searching around i found the following fix, with cured this problem:
inside the registry you have to change the DWORD start in
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesnpffrom 0 or 1 to 2. After that wireshark will start properly even after reboots....