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...)
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.
We're very excited to announce the General Availability of Oracle MySQL Cloud Service!
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This weekend, while preparing for a demo during Oracle OpenWorld 2016, I found a for me new way of publishing a new [version of an]application to Application Container Cloud: through Storage Cloud. The application archive – zip or tar – can be stored on Storage Cloud and the deployment to ACCS can be performed from Storage Cloud. I am not yet sure if this makes for a better automated workflow. What it does give me (more...)
Hello appreciated readers, here's hoping to a fun and successful 2016 for you all!!
And for us Oracle FMW practitioners, there are some very exciting news to begin the year: Yours
truly has been following for a while the development and growth of
Oracle's iPaaS platform: "Integration Cloud Service". And it's been a
long wait, but at long last the ultra hyped On-Premise Agent has been
released and is now available for all ICS subscriptions. (more...)
Integration Cloud Service has generated a lot of enthusiasm since the
June 2015 Oracle PaaS launch by Larry Ellison. A major reason for this
enthusiasm was the introduction of simplicity to cloud
integration...historically a complex process only possible by
integration specialists. We are very pleased to introduce to
Integration Cloud Service this same level of simplicity to the
integration of on-premises applications allowing for faster and easier
integration of existing on-premises (more...)
you subscribe to Oracle Integration Cloud Service, you also have the
option to install an on-premises version of Oracle Integration Cloud
Service in your local environment. This enables you to use on-premises
Oracle Integration Cloud Service as a proxy server that sits between
your internal company server hidden behind a fire wall and the cloud
version of Oracle Integration Cloud Service. After installation, you can
create users and assign roles to these users on (more...)
the last few months I mentioned that Oracle is developing an Agent. The
Agent easily integrates your on-premises application(s) with the Oracle
Cloud Services. The Agent is rolling out on all production instances
next week. It was publicly announced by Bruce Tierney on the 3rd of
January. He is the Director of Product Marketing for Cloud Integration
and SOA. You can read his announcement on the Oracle Integration blog.
Written by Nicole Fornacon, Marketing Director, EMEA/APAC, Oracle University
the 2020s. You've commuted to the office in your titanium flying car, to be
greeted by a robotic receptionist. You’ve traveled to your virtual, interactive
desk which serves you a tall coffee and scans the morning's to-do list onto
Or maybe not.
Just as we're still waiting for the paperless office
to arrive, the workplace of the foreseeable future will probably still (more...)
You're used to working on your Non-Functional Requirements (NFR's) - we're used to worrying about how secure our systems are, how many users they will support, how resilient they are to the failure of a component. What we're not used to thinking about are Non-Functional Opportunities - (NFO's) what are the unforeseen benefits that the business will find when they use IT?
The cloud blows the non-functional requirement (NFR) out of the water. You want (more...)
Recently, I used Heroku to deploy a website in the great wide open!
In this blogpost I want to tell about my first steps using Heroku, including the rookie mistakes I made: so you don’t have to make them.
Heroku in a nutshell:
“Heroku is a cloud platform that lets companies build, deliver, monitor and scale apps”
You can deploy your NodeJS application (or Rails or..) there with a simple git push.
The app (more...)
Oracle JET Hybrid enabled with Cordova Push plugin can receive notifications sent from Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). You should read how to setup infrastructure in this article - Your first Push notification based Oracle JET Hybrid application!. I will focus on implementation steps and will provide working sample app for download.
Sample JET hybrid application provides login functionality. During login we register device ID with MCS service, this allows to receive notifications:
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...)