A proper management of ASM Disks can be a complicated task.
I discussed with Martin Bach
about the concept in my current company, where we implemented a setting which is consistent, robust and enables Storage, Linux and DB admins to work together easily.
As we started to think about ASM when 10.1 was out we tried to evaluate our possibility. asmlib
was discarded quite early as it only increased complexity without additional (more...)
The main purpose of using EntityManager API to update a user-profile on a post-update event handler is that the event handler shouldn't get into an infinite loop. This is very clear.
Consider a scenario where there is a UDF 'Company Name' which is populated based on user's Organization. Assume, it is just a simple 1-1 mapping between user's Company Name and Organization. The 'Company Name' attribute is read-only on the user profile and its value (more...)
a pleasure to work with the Oracle EMEA SOA & BPM and WebLogic
& Developer Partner Community and see the success in our cloud
adoption. The latest press release
proves that our EMEA partners lead adoption. Oracle provides the same
technology in the cloud as on-premises. This enables partners to secure
their investment in knowledge and skills and rapidly build cloud
applications for our joint customers.
Partners who can support your cloud adoption
Macht mit - bildet ein Team und bewerbt euch online bis zum 22. Januar 2016
Auch 2016 sucht die PITSS GmbH in Zusammenarbeit mit Oracle
Deutschland wieder die APEX Talente von morgen: diesmal unter den
Studierenden der Hochschulen & Unis in Nordrhein-Westfalen. In dem Wettbewerb programmieren studentische Teams
eine Anwendung in Oracle Application Express (APEX).
Alle Infos und Termine findet ihr hier.
As a follow-up to a prior announcement, SHA-2 signed PKI certificates are now
certified for inbound connections to the Oracle HTTP Server (OHS)
delivered with Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.3 on Windows.
As published in a prior blog article, SHA-2 signed PKI certificates are already certified for outbound connections from Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.3.
If you are enabling SSL/TLS for the first time for Oracle
E-Business Suite (more...)
Another topic of conversation that came out of Bryn‘s session at Oracle Midlands related to PL/SQL code formatting. I’m not sure I agree 100% with his opinion, but it’s certainly making me think about my current stance.
When I said I was going to blog about a couple of the points he raised, Bryn emailed me some stuff, which I’m going to use here. So this is Bryn’s content, with some of my opinions thrown in. I (more...)
We often get questions from customers on how to configure chart colors. The JET blog article How to Create Colorful Bar Charts explains very well how to configure chart colors in JET. In this blog article we will explain how to configure chart colors in ADF.
In a previous blog post we talked about displaying overview window on the charts and coloring by groups. In this post you will learn more about attribute groups and (more...)
We just got back from our whirlwind trip running design jams in our offices in Hyderabad and Bangalore. While we wait for jet lag to diminish and we are able to get our internal summaries of the entries together, I thought I'd share the fact that design jams are taking off as a way to foster innovation and solve design challenges in many places at Oracle. I've always said that my goal is (more...)
At this year’s Web Summit
in Dublin, Ireland, I had the opportunity to observe thousands of attendees.
They came from 135 different countries and represented different generations.
Despite these enormous differences, they came together and
But how? With all of the hype about how different
communication styles are among the Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials, and
Generation Zers, I expected to see lots of small groupings of attendees based
Oracle spends a lot of effort creating good-looking user interfaces. And yet we understand that our customers often have their own corporate look and feel standards and would like their employees (or customers/partners in case of externally facing apps) see that same look and feel across all websites and applications. So Fusion Applications offers tools and mechanisms to customize their out-of-the box look. In this post we are going to give you a quick tour (more...)
My apologies for being so slow to see and respond to comments. This is my first ever blog and I was not aware there was a page I had to go to to see and approve comments so I was unaware that there were any. I've now published all the comments I've received and responded to them here appropriate.
I mentioned in yesterday’s Oracle Midlands post, Bryn had an example of some syntax I had not seen in 20+ years of PL/SQL development.
You tend to name PL/SQL parameters and variables in such a way as to prevent name clashes with table columns. Let’s cause an obvious name clash…
The table DUAL has a column called DUMMY with a single row with the value ‘X’.
SQL> select * from dual;
1 row (more...)
Open World is finished and IMHO it was great! What I particularly
enjoyed was that Oracle this year delivered a lot of what was announced
last year. The cloud offerings seem to be heading the right way (Oracle
uses industry accepted terms now when talking about cloud, concludes to my definitions and delivers across IaaS, PaaS and SaaS). In addition Oracle Fusion Middleware 12.2.1, in particular WebLogic 12.2.1
Deployment of Exadata requires you to generate configuration using Oracle Exadata Deployment Assistant (OEDA). Within the same the default ASM disk groups names are DBFS_DG, RECOC1 and DATAC1. I usually change those to RECO01 and DATA01 as others doesn’t make sense to me and the only place where I find the default ones is on Exadata.
I had an incident last year where the Exadata deployed half way through and names were left by default (more...)
Oracle WebCenter Suite
is an integrated suite of Fusion Middleware 11gR1 tools used to create
web sites and portals using service-oriented architecture (SOA). Applications adapters are also available.
WebCenter Portal 22.214.171.124 is now certified with
Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2. WebCenter Portal 126.96.36.199 is part of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Release 1
Version 188.8.131.52.0, also known as FMW 11gR1 Patchset 8.
Tonight was Oracle Midlands Event #12 with Bryn Llewellyn and Neil Chandler.
Bryn very kindly stepped in for Tom Freyer who unfortunately couldn’t make it. Bryn’s presentation was called Why use PL/SQL?, which was based on his whitepaper of the same name. I’ve written about a number of the topics he raised, including a piece on My Utopian Development Environment, but his talk and his whitepaper put forward a much more consistent and compelling argument. Definitely worth checking (more...)