Yesterday marked the first anniversary of my start date at Cedar. The year has passed really quickly and – although during the ‘heat of the moment’ it may seem like you’re only making small steps – when you take the time to step back and reflect you can see genuine progress has been made.
I’m not in any way pretending or implying that all of these are as a result of my presence – that (more...)
I use the command line a lot when interfacing with OpenDJ. One of the issues with this is that I often run into an issue with the BindDN user’s password has an “!” (bang) in it. As this is a special character in Unix/Linux command line, it will typically cause unexpected results.
With ldapsearch you can just leave the password paramater off and you will be prompted to provide the password. I have found (more...)
In a project I work in I had to create a process that does calculations based on the input. This calculations must be done from different parts in the input. So the only difference where the input variables. For this I used the option Inline Subprocesses in BPEL. An Inline Subprocess is embedded in the main BPEL-proces and can be called from different scope’s in the main process.
In this blogpost I will give a (more...)
Congratulations! Your organization has made an investment in a leading enterprise content management and portal system, and even better, you get to manage and administer the system. Lucky you, right? As long as users can access the system, find what they need, and receive important, system generated notifications that are relevant to them they will generally be happy and leave you alone, right?
Unfortunately, a complete state of end-user bliss doesn’t exist – if it (more...)
Every year Mary Meeker (partner at Silicon Valley VC firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers) publishes her take on the prevailing Internet Trends. It’s a lengthy read, but always absolutely engrossing. I’ve pulled out a few slides below, but encourage you to find the time to read her presentation as I’ve surely missed gems that others will spot.
1) Internet use is unsurprisingly increasing (by about 30 mins a year), but this increase is all coming (more...)
In this post I will show an overview of Business Rules in the Process Cloud Service.
First let’s create a new application on the start window of the Process Composer
After the creation of the application you see the Application Home. At the left side you see the following options.
Let’s select Business Types to create Business Objects
After selecting New Business Object, let’s create a Input Business Object
After creating the (more...)
Oracle Process Cloud Service is Oracle’s rapid process automation in the Cloud. It is more or less BPM in the cloud. This service allows you to quickly and easily create business processes like you are used to with Oracle BPM, only now in the cloud. In this post I’ll give a quick tour of this service.
So let’s start with the Process Cloud Service. The landing page already gives you loads of features.
The landing (more...)