Two weeks ago i started a first experiment with translating strange articles by Google (see here
This was the next snippet (from IT-BUSINESS), which was a little bit weird:
Aha. Fog Computing...
Let's see, what Google Translate means to this:
The Fog is all symbolize the cloud around. It is all about the primary processing of data close to the data encoder, such as in the car or in the refrigerator (more...)
At a customer we are working in an Oracle Fusion Middleware environment. In this environment we created queues. These queues are configured with an error queue when messages could not be delivered.
Because there are a number of error queues, monitoring is a lot of work. You have to check each queue independently. Recently I ran into this blog of Frank Munz (link). In this blogpost he talks about the framework Jolokia. This (more...)
Oracle Forms & Reports 12c is released since a quite long time and I had now some chance to have a more detailed look on the Oracle Reports 12c component.
After you have successfully installed and configured the Oracle Forms & Reports 12c, you might find out that your Oracle Reports 12c is not working ... because its not yet configured, even you completed the Configuration Assistent successfully :-)
The following steps are describing the necessary (more...)
Today i browsed the magazine IT-BUSINESS
and read some really annoying articles. It was just words without building meaningful setences. It was so stunned, that i decided: I have to do something...
The following idea came into my mind:
What about translating the part of the article, which i did not understand via Google Translate
? Perhaps in english it sounds more meaningful (and more than 20% of the words are just technical terms in english... (more...)
And lo a new project did start and there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth, for up on the board had been nailed ten commandments that the project must follow and the developers were sore afraid.
Thou shalt put everything in version control, yeah even the meeting minutes, presentations and "requirements documents that aren't even finished yet" for without control everything is chaos
In this video blog, Fishbowl Solutions’ Technical Project Manager, Justin Ames, and Marketing Team Lead, Jason Lamon, discuss Fishbowl’s Agile (like) approach to managing Oracle WebCenter portal projects. Justin shares an overview of what Agile and Scrum mean, how it is applied to portal development, and the customer benefits of applying Agile to an overall portal project.
“This is my first large project being managed with an Agile-like approach, and it has made (more...)
Recently, I had a necessity to do some calls to
kernel32.dll from my Java code. Just a few system calls on Windows platform, as simple as it sounds. Plus I wanted to keep resulting size of binary as small as possible.
Later requirement has added a fair challenge to that task.
How to call platform code for Java?
JNI - Java Native Interface
JNI is built in JVM and is part of Java standard. (more...)
What is RequireJS and why is it important?
Scrum guide is updated
Just last week the latest update of the Scrum Guide was released. In this latest version of the Scrum Guide the five values of scrum play a more important role than in previous versions. In my 4 year old Scrum Guide Mind Map these values aren’t around.
These values amplify the power of Scrum by providing a compass for decision making. They help teams adopt Scrum and deliver amazing software for (more...)
Last night we held Cedar’s annual HCM Cloud Executive Dinner in a lovely restaurant atop the Gherkin, London.
It’s a fantastic setting for an event such as this, and with the late sunset we were able to walk around the top of the building and look out across our wonderful city from all directions – both in daylight and then again once the city’s lights came on.
There were – of course – customers to talk (more...)
Creating FTP connection factories using the Weblogic console can take a lot of time, mainly because it are multiple screens you have to click through every time. But creating these FTP connection factories can be done a lot easier and faster when using a WLST script.
The following script can be used as a base for your script to generate your FTP connection factories. I have used this script on a Weblogic 12c environment.
# Script (more...)
In a previous post I explained what Node.js is and how it works. Now, I’ll help you install it and create your first Node.js powered webpage.
MCS, or Mobile Cloud Services, is Oracle’s relatively new PaaS tool for provisioning your data to mobile devices or IoT devices. And actually, it’s a pretty simple tool. MCS aims at simplifying the creation of mobile API’s (especially REST API’s) on existing or newly build web services. It delivers an enterprise Mobile Backend-as a-Service (MBaaS).
On top of that, mobile applications can be created. MCS supports natively build apps, hybrid apps or one of the no-code app development (more...)
WLSDM (WL Smart Dashboard & Monitoring)
was already mentioned by some people within the Oracle WebLogic Community.
The WLSDM tool is a Console extension with which you can monitor your Oracle WebLogic Server environment. But its not only a pure monitoring tool, its more than this, it provides on top even Notifications and Alarms for metrics.
Current release for WLSDM is 2.3.1 which also comes with Oracle SOA Support :-)
The installation is (more...)