Jarvis Pizzeria: Notification Task in PCS

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| Nov 19, 2017
So far we have covered most standard components of the PCS suite. However, we haven’t looked at the “Notification Task” in-depth yet. We have used the on-premises variant at various projects but it was the hassle of setting up the User Messaging Service (UMS) that made you reluctant to use this feature on beforehand. Will the PCS variant be a gamechanger? Let’s find out!
We implemented a basic process with a standard notification task and (more...)

Jarvis Pizzeria: Workaround for XSD list-element issue in WebForm

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| Nov 12, 2017
In a previous blog we have made notices that it is not possible to create a Webform based on a xsd-type that contains a list elements. In our case a list of pizza ingredients.
In this post we will give an alternative way to create a webform that displays the data, including the list of ingredients. For this we have created a new form IngredientsWebForm.
As we tried before, It does not work to drop (more...)

Jarvis Pizzeria: Human Tasks: Design First WebForms in PCS

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| Nov 5, 2017
To create simple Human Tasks we use web forms in Process Cloud Service (PCS). Within the Delivery Process of the Jarvis Pizzeria, we are going to implement the HT for ‘Try Contacting the Customer’. This human task should become available after we have checked that the Customer is not a member and we do not know his email address.  
Try contacting the non-regular / member from Jarvis Pizzeria, in the swimlane of the CallCenter.


Collaborate’17: Slides are available

For some reasons, slides from one of my presentations are not available via the conference agenda tool. No problem, here is a direct link:
https://www.slideshare.net/MishaRosenblum/developers-approach-to-code-management

More thoughts/comments about the conference are coming! To be continued...

Collaborate’16: Slides are available

First, of all, I would like to thank everybody who came to my presentations on Collab'16! It was a pleasure talking FOR you :-) A lot of nice questions/comments/follow-ups.

Second, some SlideShare uploads (as promised):
- my talk about user-defined functions - that's where I was talking a lot about execution counts and the impact of Cost-Based Optimizer on them:
http://www.slideshare.net/MishaRosenblum/plsql-userdefined-functions-in-the-read-world

- updated version of my "Printing without Printers" talk. As usual, I (more...)

Collaborate 16: My sessions

I’ll be at Collaborate 16 next month and looking forward to seeing lots of good friends, learning some new things, and sharing a little experience too. For the last of those, I’ll present 3 sessions, er, more like 2.2 sessions:

  • Wed, 13-Apr, 12:45-12:55pm: Oak Table World 10-minute Lightning talk “Tools used for security and compliance on Linux”
  • Wed, 13-Apr, 3-4pm: Oak Table World session “IPv6: What You Need to Know (with Linux & Exadata references)”
  • (more...)

Have a BI Publisher Story to Tell?

The BI Publisher SIG is gearing up for Collaborate 2016 in April and is looking for volunteers to share their experiences, tricks, tips, challenges, etc… with fellow users during our meeting in Las Vegas on Monday April 11th.  Do you have a story to tell?  Want to showcase a challenge?  Want to brag about an accomplishment?   We would love to have YOU, the actual user spend 10-15 minutes sharing your experiences/stories with (more...)

#C15LV Collaborate’15 updates!!

Hi All, Last week, I registered my presence at Collaborate’15 in Las Vegas as a speaker, attendee and at Oracle demo booth duty. It was an awesome experience meeting some polished brains and smart minds. After the first day of registration, I attended the #DBIM12c session by Maria Colgan, #DB12c Multitenant by John McHugh and #Exadata session … Continue reading

Collaborate’15 A New View of Database Views

Thanks to everybody who visited my presentation! Here is a link to view and/or download the slide set: http://www.slideshare.net/MishaRosenblum/2015-458-rosenblumpptfinal

Feel free to ask questions!

OAUG BI Publisher SIG

First off, if you are not familiar with the term SIG, it stands for Special Interest Group.  OAUG facilitates a number of SIGs to bring users together that share common or industries concerning certain Oracle products.

Unfortunately, the BI Publisher SIG has been offline for a number of years and has not been given the attention it needs to be a useful resource for members of OAUG.  Well… I’m getting the band back together and (more...)

Speaking during Collaborate 2014

Time is passing very quickly ……I’m just recalling year 2012 and I was at Collaborate 2012 in Las Vegas  and now year 2014…. & Collaborate 2014 is on !!! This year during Collaborate 14, I am pleased to share I have been selected to present at COLLABORATE 14: Technology and Applications Forum for the Oracle Community […]

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Collaborate’13 Summary. Part 4. Database development


This post is the final part of my thoughts about IOUG Collaborate'13 conference (part onepart twopart three). If I will not write I now I will forget what was going on :-), so the last push!

4. Real stuff

In all of the previous (more...)

Collaborate’13 Summary. Part 3. BigData confusion

This post is a continuation of my thoughts about IOUG Collaborate'13 conference (part onepart two). As I've been mentioning in the preview, the whole question of BigData was on my short-list. First of all, I am still trying to figure out what are we talking (more...)

Collaborate’13 Summary. Part 2. MySQL.. New David?

After making a number of purely technical posts I decided today to switch back and continue describing Collab'13. The first post was about the leadership, which was a somewhat untrivial topic for what was normally known as heavily technical conference. Now it's time to get more technical!

2. MySQL

As (more...)

Collaborate’13 Summary. Part 1. IOUG Strategic Leadership Program

I really hope that it was the last time I've seen SNOW this spring :-) But other than that - it was a great conference! A lot of interesting conversations, a lot of interesting events - and a lot of thoughts afterwards (part two, part three, part (more...)

R12 Federal Financials Subledger Accounting Teardown Webinar, 10-Aug, 9:00am ET

OAUG has invited me to present as part of their upcoming Best of COLLABORATE ’12 Educational Series.  I’ll be delivering the R12 Federal Financials Subledger Accounting Teardown presentation via Webinar on Friday, August 10th, starting at 9AM EDT.  This presentation is a deep-dive into most of the key SLA concepts that support the R12 Federal Financials SLA accounting engine.  My goal is to share what I’ve learned through 1 1/2 years of supporting one of the most complex Federal R12 upgrades to-date, now live for 5+ months.

Here’s the presentation agenda:

This is free for all OAUG (more...)