If you’re getting started with Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) development, you can find a growing number of excellent instructional videos on the Oracle Mobile Platform YouTube channel. These videos will teach you how to design and develop MAF apps, consume web services, use the embedded SQLite database and design killer UIs.
But what about the little tips and tricks that will make life easier as you’re learning your way around MAF? Let’s take (more...)
My biggest complaint about earlier versions of OEM came from the poor integration of BI Publisher with Enterprise Manager. The Information Publisher said boldly that I/P will be discontinued in favor of BI Publisher. That sounded pretty serious so I made the effort to install it.
The installation was difficult, the canned reports were mostly worthless, and the OEM and BI Publisher security models were completely separate. BI Publisher used the WebLogic security model and (more...)
GlassFish team would like to give an update on the GlassFish Server
Open Source Edition 4.0.1 (GlassFish 4.0.1) release that we have been
diligently working on. GlassFish 4.0.1 plans include:
- Bug fixes.
This release will, or course, incorporate the many bugs fixes that have
already been addressed in the trunk since GlassFish 4.0. We continue to
work hard fixing bugs as we head towards release. Oracle is (more...)
Oracle Database 12c give you the ability to plug into a
multitenant architecture that combines ease, power, and flexibility. (more...)
I came up with a simple query that shows a running SQL executing a different plan than what it had in the past. Here is the query:
-- show currently executing sqls that have history
-- but who have never run with the current plan
-- joins v$session to v$sql to get plan_hash_value of
-- executing sql.
-- queries dba_hist_sqlstat for previously used values
-- of plan_hash_value.
-- only reports queries that have an (more...)
At our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) you can find the middleware cloud presentation from Amit Zavery. For first impression see the demo viewlets:
SOA & BPM Partner Community
regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA
& BPM Partner Community for registration please (more...)
This blog post offers proof that you will trigger In-Memory Column Store feature usage with the default INMEMORY_* parameter settings.
What Really Matters?
This is a post about enabling versus using the Oracle Database 12c Release 220.127.116.11 In-Memory Column Store feature which is a part of the separately licensed Database In-Memory Option of 12c. While reading this please be mindful that in this situation all that really matters is what (more...)
by Brent Dayley, Senior Instructor at Oracle University
While teaching Oracle University classes on Oracle Data Integrator, I often instruct my students that it takes roughly one and a half days to understand the setup that we do in ODI Studio in order to start to map data from source to target. I start out by giving them a visual tour of the four navigators: Topology, Security, Designer and Operator. After giving them the visual (more...)
Thanks to Michelle and Java Marketing team and at CMU for another year ahead of great work with helping our kids learning programming and computer science skills. Alice is a great introductory tool to start your learning path to one day being an enterprise architect or ace programmer. Stay tuned. We want to take this on the virtual road this year around the world to a town near you.
PyOhio gave my lightning talk on ddlgenerator a warm reception, and Brandon Lorenz got me thinking, and PyOhio sprints filled my with py-drenaline, and now ddlgenerator can inspect your data and spit out SQLAlchemy model definitions for you:
$ cat merovingians.yaml
name: Clovis I
name: Childebert I
$ ddlgenerator --inserts sqlalchemy merovingians.yaml
from sqlalchemy import create_engine, Column, Integer, Table, Unicode
UTL_FILE_DIR is the database initialization parameter the Oracle Database uses to determine what operating system directories and files PL/SQL packages, functions, and procedures may read from or write to when using the standard UTL_FILE database package. The directories specified in the UTL_FILE_DIR parameter may be accessed by any database user, which can be a security issue. In Oracle 9iR2, Oracle released new functionality called “Directories” that provides a more secure and robust capability (more...)
Performance Metrics are easier to digest if visualized trough some Line Charts. OEM, eDB360, eAdam and other tools use them. If you already have a SQL Statement that provides the Performance Metrics you care about, and just need to generate a Line Chart for them, you can easily create a CSV file and open it with MS-Excel. But if you want to build an HTML Report out of your SQL, that is a bit (more...)
Now that Oracle Database 18.104.22.168 has been officially released, I can finally start sharing more technical details on how Oracle Database In-Memory (Database In-Memory) works.
I thought we should start this series of post right at the very beginning by answering the most fundamental question, how and when is Database In-Memory installed and enabled.
Let’s start by doing a clean install of 22.214.171.124 and allowing the installer to create (more...)
There was a problem at a customer in application development where using full copies for developers and QA was causing excessive storage usage and they wanted to reduce costs , so they decided to use subsets of the production development and QA
- Data growing, storage costs too high, decided to roll out subsetting
- App teams and IT Ops teams had to coordinate and manage the complexity of the shift to subsets in dev/test
- Scripts had (more...)
Tony Kender, Senior Vice President, leads Oracle’s sales
operations for HCM solutions in North America, including an organization
dedicated to the unique needs of midsize companies.
Q: What is the (more...)
Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Deputy EditorSource and Hire the Best Talent
Oracle Taleo Recruiting Cloud Service is the market leading solution that helps enterprises source, assess, and hire the best talent. In addition to automating the process for even the most complex global organization, Oracle Taleo Recruiting Cloud Service delivers insights to continuously improve talent acquisition efficiency and effectiveness. Learn more at the Oracle Taleo Recruiting
By Richard Doherty
If the following recent article is anything to go by - Startup Ups the Ante for Employee Referrals – an incredible $20K referral bonus for employees - employee referral programs are certainly increasing in popularity!
Given that referred employees typically perform better and are 15% less likely to quit than other types of new hires and referral programs can open up difficult to access talent pools, this makes perfect business sense. I (more...)