Cedar held its annual Oracle Day in Oracle’s City office last Thursday – it was actually our 6th year of running the event. The attendance was great – just short of 100 – and with 3 streams of content there was plenty to choose from. If you weren’t there, here’s the highlights of the sessions that I attended:
After the opening keynote from Dan Woolstone, Oracle’s James King and myself spoke to a full room (more...)
Last week Oracle JET 2.0 is released. One important feature is hybrid mobile development. A while ago I created an Oracle JET application where Google Maps is integrated.
Now I want to show my current location in Google Maps on my Android Phone. For this I must use the GPS function of my phone.
So let’s start. First create a new JET hybrid mobile application.
After successful creation, we must add the cordova plugin (more...)
Last Thursday and Friday was the annual OUG_IRE event in Dublin.
For the past few years we have had a single day of sessions followed by a second day of a masterclass; Tom Kyte, Maria Colgan etc but this year after listening to feedback from delegates who wanted more content, the event went to two days of sessions.
This is the forth installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics. So what were the 2 most interesting topics of last week:
First I really liked the slides of the Taylor Goetz’s presentation on the Future of Apache Storm. And Second there was the mentioning of adding timestamp to the Kafka message format in the latest Log Compaction blog article.
As usual, just find what I have noticed last week:
News and (more...)
Last monday Oracle released JET version 2.0. The most important news in my opinion is that Oracle JET now is Open Source. Also Oracle JET is available on Github here.
There are a lot of new features added to 2.0. On this site there’s an overview of the new features.
One nice feature is that you can generate a hybrid mobile application.
There are some prerequisites before you can develop a hybrid mobile (more...)
This is the third installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics. It’s the first time where I have to squeeze it into my regular schedule ;-).
As promised in my last weeks blog article, this week the presentations and videos related to Stream Processing fro the Spark Summit 2016 are included.
News and Blog Posts
As an Oracle WebCenter consultant at Fishbowl Solutions, I have a number of tools that I use that keep me happy and productive. Whether or not you are a software developer, these tools can do the same for you and your business.
Unless you’ve been hibernating for the last year or so, you’ve probably heard of Slack. Haven’t adopted it for your business yet? Here’s why you should.
Slack facilitates contextual, transparent (more...)
On designtime we use the oramds to develop our processflows in our bpel processes.
Basically the composite.xml part for a bpel process would look like this :
<component name="saveEmployee" version="1.0"> <implementation.bpel src="BPEL/saveEmployee.bpel"/> <componentType> <service name="client_ep" ui:wsdlLocation="oramds:/apps/xsd/myapp/1.0/saveEmployee.wsdl"> <interface.wsdl interface="http://mynamespace.nl/saveEmployee#wsdl.interface(bewaarB2bEmployeeServicePort)"/> </service>
When you open the bpel in jdeveloper, jdeveloper will automatically add the next import to your .bpel file :
<import namespace="http://mynamespace.nl/saveEmployee" location="oramds:/apps/xsd/myapp/1.0/saveEmployee.wsdl" importType="http://schemas.xmlsoap. (more...)
I want to know more about using CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update and Delete) in a JET-application.
For this I started with a look in the developers guide. You can download a complete sample application here which is based on the HR-schema in an Oracle database.
In this sample application there are some ID’s shown. I added more functionality to get the sample application more user friendly.
First I changed the JSON-file with the department records (more...)
This is the second installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics. I will now publish by the end of the week (on Sunday evening or Monday evening) that’s why the title “Last week in …” is more appropriate ;-)
This might not surprise you, but I just realized, that it’s just not feasible to have the intention to cover every single news/blog article which is new in this week. I also decided (more...)
De Bijenherder is een management novel. Het boek is dus geschreven in de stijl van The Goal, The Phoenix Project, De Kracht van Scrum en bijvoorbeeld Getting Teams Done. Waarbij de laatste twee ook het aandachtsgebied delen met De Bijenherder.
Leiding geven aan zelfsturende teams
De zoektocht in het boek is die naar hoe leiding te geven aan zelfsturende teams. Door de toenemende omslag naar zelfsturende teams wordt ook (more...)
There is a growing number of books on holacracy. One of the first on this subject without even coining the term was Eckart’s Notes. Also the ones on Semco (like Semco style and Maverick!) are gaining popularity. These all describe case studies, where Reinventing Organisations shows development stages in organization. These in turn are based on literature and case studies like the one that is described in Eckart’s Notes.
Since we (more...)
In case you are trying to apply the CPUJan2016 against an Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.2 you may run into following error:
Verifying the update...
[ Error during Update inventory for apply Phase]. Detail:
There are 1 copy files under ORACLE_HOME that are not patched.
Files check failed: Some files under ORACLE_HOME are not patched.
Please see logfile for details.
It's voting time at UKOUG, and I am asking for your vote. All member organisations have a vote, if you are not the main contact on your membership please lobby on my behalf.
WHY should you vote for me - look here for official manifesto and the job specification
Two years ago I stood again for the board at UKOUG. I wanted to stand for just one year but the rules say two and (more...)
HCM Data Loader (HDL) data ready to load into Oracle HCM Cloud is in pipe separated text file format, however most people will create and manipulate these files in MS Excel as it’s the handy swiss-army-knife for data manipulation that almost everyone is familiar with.
The way that we’ve worked is that we create template files containing the sheets and columns corresponding to the fields that the client is using, which the client then populates, (more...)
The ‘Year in Blogging’ reports have come through so I can see what posts and newsletter items garnered the most views.
The Fusion Tipster Blog
So, according to the summary, the most popular post was Introducing OTBI-E, followed by What’s Coming in Taleo 14B, and then the posts on specialisation. Of those, only the former was written in 2015, with the other two coming from 2014. The other popular posts written in 2015 (more...)
Stack trace sampling is very powerful technique for performance troubleshooting. Advantages of stack trace sampling are
- it doesn't require upfront configuration
- cost added by sampling is small and controllable
- it is easy to compare analysis result from different experiments
Unfortunately, tools offered for stack trace analysis by stock profilers are very limited.
Solving performance problem in complex applications (a lot of business logic etc) is one of my regular challenges. Let's assume I have another (more...)
Holacracy (en de variant Spark) is een methode voor teamproductiviteit, net als GTD dat is voor individuele productiviteit. De onderliggende principes van Holacracy en GTD komen sterk overeen. Aan GTD ontleent Holcracy de discipline en helderheid van het denkwerk en de gewoontes en vaardigheden die daarbij horen. In Holacracy wordt het denkwerk gedaan en zichtbaar in de overleggen van het team.
Holacracy leent ook het (more...)