you are using the Oracle Process Cloud Service, you can use the Oracle
Process Mobile Application on your mobile device to start a new process
or access the task list to approve or reject the tasks assigned to you.
this post, we will start a new process through the Oracle Process
Mobile Application, approve the task assigned to a user and see the
history of the process in Oracle Process Cloud Service from (more...)
I wrote a post a while back showing how one of the options with an Oracle Text index is to keep that index perfectly updated with its underlying table. (Long termers with Oracle may know that this is a relatively recent addition to Text indexes, which historically were updated with calls to CTXSYS.CTX_DDL.SYNC_INDEX, either on demand or via the scheduler).
I also said that there is “no such thing as a free (more...)
What a disaster this is with 12c full database export and ORACLE_MAINTAINED objects.
Somehow, oracle thinks MDINH is an ORACLE_MAINTAINED user and user MDINH does not get exported.
Why Can an Object Not Be Exported? Expdp of SYSTEM User’s Table Returns ORA-39166 or ORA-31655 (Doc ID 2114233.1)
There are certain system generated schemas that are not exportable using exp or expdp because they contain Oracle-managed data and metadata. SYS, MDSYS, and ORDSYS are some (more...)
Synthetic full backup is a method for combining incremental backup into a full backup. It is not a new thing, many backup utilities can do that with file system backups. It is also well described:
However, there is only one backup suite that can do that with Oracle RDBMS: Commvault 11.
How is it done? Well, Commvault is a very well documented tool, the documentation is here:
I recently discovered about column ORACLE_MAINTAINED added to DBA views and got excited over nothing.
ORACLE_MAINTAINED from DBA_ROLES
Denotes whether the role was created, and is maintained, by Oracle-supplied scripts (such as catalog.sql or catproc.sql).
A role for which this column has the value Y must not be changed in any way except by running an Oracle-supplied script.
It looks like ORACLE_MAINTAINED is only valid for CDB and seems as if Oracle is really wanting all (more...)
Welcome to Red Maverick’s fifth video, the third of the Business Travel Request Management Series.
In this series we’ll guide you on how to build a complete, working BPM application using Oracle’s Process Cloud Service.
this part, the focus is on setting Business Rules using Oracle’s PCS,
to fine tune the process flow path, depending on process data.
This scenario and video was first prepared by me for Link Consulting‘s Process Cloud event, (more...)
When using NetBeans IDE to work on an Oracle JET project installed using the Yeoman generator on the command line, the files in the "src" folder are incomplete without the build command being run. Of course, you can just enable the Grunt build task and that solves that issue. Just right-click on the project and choose Build:
The first time you do this, you'll be prompted as follows:
Say Yes and you'll be here (your (more...)
Having take a new job at Amazon just two weeks ago and moving to Seattle (!) I didn’t have the time nor was it practical to set up Oaktable World this year. Luckily Kelly Pot’vin has taken over the mantel !
Get the info straight from the horses mouth at her blog.
The following content has been graciously supplied from Kellyn’s blog:
Oak Table World is FREE to the PUBLIC! We don’t require an (more...)
Preparations for Oracle OpenWorld have been underway for some time, and the session catalog with detailed schedules is now available.
This year, the Oracle E-Business Suite Applications Technology Group (ATG)
will participate in 29 sessions including Meet the Experts
round-table discussions and customer panels, demo booths, and several Special Interest
Group meetings as guest speakers. Please join us to hear the latest news
and connect with senior ATG development staff.
For detailed and up-to-date (more...)
About six months ago, when I was in the OUGN Spring Conference, someone asked me how they can let developers access to performance tuning pages on Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c. He said that they granted full administrator privileges to the developers so they could access the performance page but it’s not acceptable. He also mentioned that they didn’t need to grant full administration privilege to the developers’ EM users while they were using (more...)
RDA, or the Remote Diagnostics Agent, has been around for a little while. Over the time, and with the growing number of Oracle’s acquisitions it has become, shall we say, a little more difficult to handle. It appears to me as if every one of them will have its diagnostics handled by RDA making it hard to focus on something specific, like for example the database.
I won’t go into very detail of the Remote (more...)
Once again I'm inspired to go and build a circuit by yet another great tutorial from w2aew
This circuit generates a stairstep waveform by an ingenious combination of 3 circuit elements:
- a "high" (265Hz) frequency pulse (555 timer) provides the charge to step-up the output
- the step pulse feeds an OpAmp pulse integrator/accumulator
- a low frequency pulse generator (OpAmp oscillator) provides the reset pulse that clears the accumulator and resets the 555
As always, all (more...)
There is a crisis! The database is not responding, the apps can’t work and the business is suffering. Management are doing what management are there for – panicking and demanding “Someone Do Something!!!”.
Step forward a DBA who logs into the server, checks the alert logs, spots what is wrong and fixes it. The database starts processing requests, the applications are all working fine and the business is back on track. What a hero!
Today I wanted to pass an old disk in a usb-case to my son. It was from an old Windows Laptop and even though I'm administrator, I wasn't able to read the documents in an other user's folder.
So I thought, let's do it from an Oracle Linux 7 VM, as root. But it turns out that Oracle linux did not support NTFS by default.
But with the trick in this link
I managed to (more...)
Oracle and licenses. The general feeling most of the time is that you pay too much for the use of the Oracle products, and it’s not always sure if you are compliant, because of the complexity of the rules. This – hopefully clarifying – blog is part of a small series and is an updated blogpost of one I wrote a few years ago, published on my private website. Since then the (Oracle) world has (more...)
Oracle had released a new version of Process Cloud Service. It mainly
contains some minor improvements, but also has one major update: Oracle
Process Cloud Service can now use Oracle Document Cloud Service for
working with documents in business processes. This blog will show you
how to make it happen.
Establishing the connection
main page of Oracle Process Cloud Service, click on your user in the
right-top corner and select “Administration”. On (more...)
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