In a recent article (Client Side Event Bus in Rich ADF Web Applications – for easier, faster decoupled interaction across regions), I proposed an approach for a client side event bus in ADF Faces Web Applications – as light weight, straightforward, simple alternative to contextual events. The article demonstrated how a client side event in a fragment in a nested taskflow was published, routed and consumed in a different taskflow, leading to a (more...)
The challenge is well known: our ADF Faces Web application is composed of various taskflows that have been developed as stand alone, encapsulated units that can be used and reused in various contexts. These taskflows can have come from third parties, remote development teams, other applications are we may have developed them ourselves. No matter their origin: they are encapsulated. However, things may happen inside these taskflows that should have an effect outside of them (more...)
January 26th 2017: Oracle Management Cloud event at AMIS. Register here.
In a recent article, I shared my first steps (small step for mankind, big steps for me) with Oracle Management Cloud: First steps with Oracle Management Cloud – Application Performance Management for Node (JS) applications. In that article, I have explained in broad terms the purpose of Application Performance Monitoring in the scope of OMC:
Application Performance Monitoring (APM) is clearly indispensable to any (more...)
Another DOAG is over and here are my summary.
Unfortunately the early train from duesseldorf arrives not before 9:30, so I missed the first morning slot. But on the other hand I this was the slot where I had to decide between 8 presentations, which I’m interested in.
The first soft skill presentation was about creative techniques beyond brain storming. The mentioned 3 techniques was all unknown for me, maybe I give it (more...)
I have been noticing that a lot of developers are either struggling with finding files in JDeveloper or taking a long time to open all the packages and browsing to the files. However, JDeveloper has a lot of shortcut keys that come in handy.
First of, a shortcut key to 'Go To Java Type', I think most developers know this one. It is the 'ctrl' + '-' on windows or '⌘'
+ 'J' on mac, (more...)
Logging is a very useful feature of WebLogic.
Unfortunately the log levels, which are set after a clean install of WebLogic or some of the Fusion Middleware product creates a lot of noise and therefore it costs I/O performance.
Additional after analyzing an issue with logging often resetting the log level is forgotten.
Here you get a script to reset the log levels at regular intervals or after a trace session.