It involves adding the parameter oracle.sysman.emas.discovery.wls.FMW_DISCOVERY_USE_CACHED_RESULTS = true.
This morning (for us on CET) brought a surprise from the developers over at Oracle Application Epress headquarters. The Early Adopters release for APEX 5.0 has been made available to the public.
On https://apexea.oracle.com you can request access to the environment. After approval you can start testing all the new features for the upcoming version of APEX.
There are many things to discover, but the most obvious one is the new Grid (more...)
Looks like it’s time to start planning for the IDM conference schedule. There are some great conferences planned and I need to figure out how to start budgeting for some of these. Let me know if I have missed any conferences that should be listed.
Just as you can examine the process flow of a specific BPM instance, a case instance audit trail is also available in the Enterprise Manager console. Like a BPM or BPEL process an ACM project is just another component within a composite and can be inspected accordingly. Unlike BPM where you can also view the process flow yet to come, ACM does not offer this possibility, due to the fact that there’s no (more...)
Why is this app used by everyone? What's cool about this app?
- You have to do nothing after the download except this sms-verification
- No account creation
- No new password (or reuse another one < - li="" nooo="">
- No need for searching addresses
- You do not have to take care about your contact list
- Just start messaging
One of the demands for a customer application built in Oracle Application Express was, that a part of the application could be completely operated by the numpad of a keyboard. This had to do with the physical aspects of one of the workstations. There was simply not enough room for a full keyboard.
When building an APEX application, you have several tools to your disposal to allow this. First of all there is the option (more...)
We are currently using Enterprise Manager Cloud Control version 126.96.36.199 to monitor all our database and Fusion Middleware targets. The Oracle Service Bus environments always show one target being in pending state. I can remove this target, but it would reappear after (automatic) refresh of the Weblogic domain.
Investigating this further, reveals that something is wrong in the discovery of the OSB targets.
The target ‘osb_server2_osb’ is visible twice in the navigation (more...)
Oracle has an independent user group model which means there are simply too many, (more...)
79° F (average temp. in Vegas during April)
Fishbowl Solutions has another full list of activities planned for Collaborate 14. We look forward to discussing your Oracle WebCenter Content and Portal initiatives with you – hopefully poolside while we enjoy the warm weather together. It is a balmy 3° F in Minneapolis right now…
Here is a sneak peek of Fishbowl’s activities for Collaborate 2014:
Besides automatic events one can also make use of user events in ACM, i.e. events activated by a user action. This for example enables an applicant to withdraw his application or add additional information to the application. User events can be caught and act upon by business rules as demonstrated in the previous blogpost. A user event provides an ideal means for establishing ad hoc interaction with an exisiting case. Now how (more...)
Here are a few tips for creating new ADF Templates for WebCenter Portal.
There are 2 approaches widely used – the first option is to use pure ADF for everything – the second and one which I follow is the hybrid approach to use HTML and JSTL tags only for templating; as I feel its (more...)
So there are a few ways to create portlets, widgets and gadgets for WebCenter -
As an example I will show you the basics to recreating the “OOTB WebCenter Portal forum taskflow” that hooks into JIVE as a light weight Async (more...)
Today when trying different settings with Basic Authentication and SOA Suite, I wanted to from the embedded OWSM Policy Repository of JDeveloper to the one stored on the application server. In JDeveloper you can do that through preferences (Tools | Preferences). See this blog for more details.
Click on the App Server Connection option and choose an existing connection through the Connections drop-down or add a new one by clicking New.