I find JConsole to be a useful tool, particularly for MBean browsing, but frankly getting the correct command line arguments to get it to connect correctly to my WebLogic instances is a bit of a pain. I always have to go and look it up. - generally from here. However, (more...)
As mentioned yesterday, I installed Oracle SOA/BPM Suite 11g PS6 yesterday. It was on Oracle Linux 6 Update 3 (still have to update to Update 4).
Today I installed the accompanying JDeveloper 22.214.171.124 on the same machine. Everything went fine, except that apparently the installer failed to (more...)
Product management announced the availability of Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF 126.96.36.199.0.
This version is aligned with the rest of the component of Oracle Fusion Middleware 188.8.131.52.0.
The version has several bug fixes, but also contains some new features that you (more...)
If you create for an example a big adf application you may want to add all of your entities to one base application for reuse labels, validation and and so on. If you have a big database schema than in short time you have a problem to find your entity.
In JDeveloper there is a neat feature to overcome this problem: working sets! With this you can easily group your entities or other artefacts in logical working set, eg. for a sub application. Unfortunatly working sets are saved per user. There are several description how to share this between your (more...)
Did you encounter it as well? You're working wih a SOA-project within JDeveloper 11g and suddenly you see that there are componenttypes in your project (within the application navigator) that do not belong to your project. Componenttypes of mostly BPEL components that are from other projects, even in other applications (more...)
Where do the JDeveloper extensions go?
Where does the downloaded stuff go after you installed JDeveloper extensions, like SOA Composite Editor, Oracle BPM Studio, or AIA Service Constructor?
On Windows you can find them here:
Shouldn’t you be able to access the
AppData directory, follow these (more...)
One of the features that I am very proud of in the HTTP Analyzer in JDeveloper is the ability to test a SOAP service with the minimum of fuss. Rather than having to configure security headers and understand WS-Policy we make use of the WLS JAX-WS client to read and (more...)
A few years ago I was very proud that I managed to call java from BPEL through WSIF
. I think that the method pretty much should work in 11g. But my method back than used the deprecated tool Schema Compile. So I would need to figure out how to do (more...)
In my current project we're replacing Oracle Workflow with SOASuite/BPEL 11g. One of the problems turn out to be Oracle Reports in batch. There is a procedure in the database that queries for all requests for which an Oracle Report has to be run. For each of them it calls (more...)
At one of my customers I use JDeveloper 11g also as a subversion client. It is actually my first experience of the SVN implementation of JDeveloper, because I'm not able to install a tool like TortoiseSVN on this computer.
I'm pretty positive on the svn-client in Jdev. But unfortunately I (more...)
Readers of this blog might already took a notice about one link on a right side, pointing to experimental page with live ADF sample application embedded on it. It looks like I'm not alone to have the idea of live ADF samples in my head. Zeeshan Baig, featured in recent (more...)
Developers using Oracle ADF to build applications most likely get in touch with ADF Business Components (exposed as Data Controls) first. The framework provides few other types of Data Controls out of the box , like URL Data Control, to facilitate an access to various data sources and services. There (more...)
Oracle ADF Faces components provide rich functionality out of the box. One small feature is missing somehow:
a convenient way to set initial focus on input component.
For the inpatient readers: sample workspace to download and start with JDeveloper 184.108.40.206
(11g Release 2) containing a custom tag
Sorry for a time without new post – but I have finished now my work on integrating last PMD version 4.3 into JDeveloper.
This is available now for JDeveloper 10.1.3.x, 220.127.116.11 and 11.1.2.x. There is no new functionality, as the most work intensive part was the rewriting for 11.1.2.x. There has changed a lot of JDeveloper api functionality. Additional I tried to solve a class loader conflict in JDeveloper 11.1.1.x with the delivered libraries from PMD 4.3, but I was not succesful. Fortunatly (more...)
After a long time looking into Application development and UX widget, I am taking a fresh look at Web Services and I'll be starting to play with JSON and REST ideas.
But first thing first, I have to refresh my IDE install on my MacBook Air - This is an (more...)
I will pretend I forgot that I'm about a year without posting anything and I will go straight to the subject that I owe to you: The review of the book "Processing XML documents with...
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