The Maven Release plugin can be used to release a project using Maven. Normally, a release can be made in two simple steps: prepare en perform. When the Mercurial SCM (Source Code Management) is used, this process requires a little more configuration. I performed the described steps using Hg (Mercurial) version 2.0.2 and maven-release-plugin version 2.4.2 on a Ubuntu 12.04 VM. The used distribution servers are Nexus 2.2-01 instances.
At my current assignment, I’ve gone to great lengths to improve the Oracle SOA Enterprise Manager Console performance. One of the actions I took, was purging about 700 gigabytes of data from the dehydration store. Although that solved lots of other problems, the EM still wasn’t very responsive. Loading composite details could take op to 20 minutes, it they ever loaded at all. Apparently, the database was ok, because there was no load at all (more...)
So after 25 years of corporate life I have started out on my own.
Since Oracle first mentioned Fusion Applications I have been part of that journey. I led the global user group input into the strategy and design, and as a team we work closely with Development through to General Availability. In recognition of this, I introduced Steve Miranda SVP Oracle Development in his main session at Oracle Open World 2010 talking about the (more...)
I recently came across this project – http://nodyn.io/ which provides the ability to run node.js on a JVM – got me thinking – “Hey wait a sec ADF-Mobile has a JVM” true not latest and greatest but I’m sure its only a matter of time before Oracle upgrade ADF-Mobiles JVM.
So it is (more...)
OTN have published over 100 photos of the tour on Facebook and one comment about seeing Tim Hall with all his fans. I was simply jealous, all these people would queue up to speak to him and many wanted their photo taken with him. I tease Tim about this but the reality is people look up to those they follow, be it business, TV, film or any other celebrity.
I am not knocking this, Tim has (more...)
After a very hard landing at Bangalore airport in a small propeller plane we thought Hans was more famous than ever as next to us was parked a large A330 belonging to the government of Canada. Hans leaves the tour her and we thought perhaps he had alternative transport arranged. It turns out Canada opened a new consultae in the city that (more...)