This month, the Fishbowl team presented two webinars on integrating a Google Search Appliance with a WebCenter or Liferay Portal. Our new product, the GSA Portal Search Suite, makes integration simple and also allows for customization to create a seamless, secure search experience. It brings a powerful, Google-like search experience directly to your portal.
The first webinar, “The Benefits of Google Search for your Oracle WebCenter or Liferay Portal”, focused on the Google Search Appliance (more...)
Implementing the “Resetting Forgotten Passwords” functionality as described in the OpenAM Developer’s Guide requires some additional custom code.
It’s pretty straight forward to implement this functionality and can be done in 4 steps (per the Developer’s Guide):
- Configure the Email Service
- Perform an HTTP Post with the user’s id
- OpenAM looks up email address (based on user id) and sends an email with a link to reset the password
- Intercept the HTTP GET request to (more...)
The release notes are out, and the other night I attended a webinar showing the highlights of the Taleo Enterprise Edition 14B release (provisionally due on November 24th). It was a really worthwhile hour and the presenter – who I believe was Fabrice De Carne – was very engaging. Here’s what caught my eye:
- The ability to mark some questions as requiring responses (shown with a star) to ensure that you don’t (more...)
I'm an Uber user, its a great service outside of cities with decent public transport. But I have been thinking about where they will justify the $17bn valuation and give people a return on that $1.2bn investment. At the same time I've been following the autonomous car pieces with interest and I think there is a pretty clear way this can end, especially as Uber have already said they are going
I recently started to build a small project in JDeveloper 12c to learn how to make use of Custom Activities in an Adaptive Case Management project. The results of this project will be posted in my next blog. When I started the project, I wanted to do it the Maven way (since JDeveloper 12c has built-in Maven support).
Being able to deploy a case as a Maven artefact requires a little initial setup. The bulk (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 on my Windows 8.1 stopped running 64bit guests a while ago. I did not track down this problem. Now some months later i tried again and found some confusing things.
BIOS virtualization enabled
Intel Processor Identification Utlility in 8.1: virtualization disabled
BIOS virtualization disabled
Intel Processor Identification Utlility in 8.1: virtualization enabled
With both settings: Virtualbox runs 32bit guests but no 64bit guests.
After some searching, (more...)
Today, I bumped into a problem with accessing the WSM Policy Manager after I changed the listen address of the SOA managed server in my development environment. The administration server was not able to contact the WSM Policy Manager after the change, causing the problem that I could not run any SOA service test from the EM console
oracle.wsm.policymanager.PolicyManagerException: WSM-02141 : Unable to connect to the policy access service.
After some investigation I discovered that, (more...)
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...)