This blog shows some of the highlights of JavaOne this year.
The main keywords where: Internet of Things, Microservices BigData and Java 9.
The most of my time I have spend on following JavaOne sessions because I more technical than functional programmer.
Because I’m a integration developer my interest where in microservices next to that Java 9 and whats coming in this release.
- Oracle has given NetBeans to the Apache foundation. The whole (more...)
Last week I was at Oracle Open World for the first time. It was a great experience to see how big Oracle really is.
Next to Oracle Open World, Oracle organized JavaOne the Java Conference. I was there as well.
In this blog I want to focus on the highlights of the Oracle Open World in my other blog I will show you the highlights of JavaOne.
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In my previous blogpost I explained how forms in PCS are created and what basic options are available. Now I would like to go deeper into the details of rules and business objects.
Let’s start with rules.
The form canvas has a row of tiny buttons in the top right. The left one switches between rules and the form itself. Click that and the canvas changes to the list of rules (if already created). A new (more...)
For who is PCS?
Oracle Process Cloud Service is a PaaS (Platform as a Service) offering which centers around designing and managing (stand alone) business processes in the cloud. The focus is once again on business analysts and other non-technical people to automate business processes. Oracle has keyed them “citizen developers”. One of the features is the option to create forms that fulfill the “human task” interaction in the BPM process.
A walkthrough for creating (more...)
Within this blog post I will show you how to configure the Oracle Reports 12c jobStatusRepository against an Oracle Database.
Within Oracle Reports 12c a major change is, that within the jobStatusRepository configuration, we have now to use an entry in the Credential Store Facility (CSF).
At first create in your target database for the Reports Server Queue a user:
create user rwadmin identified by "Oracle12c" default tablespace users quota unlimited on users;
grant create (more...)
Larry’s Sunday night keynote at OpenWorld is always good value. He’s a rare beast in that he’s a CEO (or now ex-CEO) who can talk the language of the business but also gets the tech behind it. He litters his slide commentary with digs at the competition which is always entertaining too.
So, what were the big ticket items that impact us in the world of Oracle Cloud this year?
In a move clearly (more...)
You define fields, their names and types, in source of Java class, but it is JVM the one who decides how they will be stored in physical memory.
Sometimes you want to know exactly how much Java object weights in Java. Answering this question is surprisingly complicated.
- Pointer size and Java object header size varies.
- JVM could be build for 32 or 64 bit architecture. On 64 bit architectures JVM may or may not (more...)
Sneller en vaker leveren
Onze winkel gaat sneller en vaker leveren. Zoals je in de afbeelding kan zien is het maar een kleine aanpassing in de front-end/website. Zoals met veel fulfillment aanpassingen zit er een hele wereld van planning en operatie achter om dit ook daadwerkelijk voor elkaar te krijgen.
Sneller en vaker leveren maakt het met de al bestaande leveropties voor klanten mogelijk om de levering van bestellingen af te stemmen op hun behoefte.
Everyone knows what debt is. If you are in or around the software development community you probably also know the term technical dept. For others:
Technical debt is a concept in programming that reflects the extra development work that arises when code that is easy to implement in the short run is used instead of applying the best overall solution.
Or as Ward Cunningham describes it:
“Shipping first-time code is like going into (more...)
Today something off topic, as I am normally blogging about Oracle Fusion Middleware stuff.
Microsoft SQL Server under Linux - Preview ... many of you (specially the Oracle Guys) might think now "WHAT ????", but its really true.
Some months ago Microsoft announced that they will release a SQL Server Version for Linux and I was lucky to get into the Preview Program.
The installation of the SQL Server under Linux (currently supported under Ubuntu 16 (more...)