Configuring a Selenium Test in Developer Cloud Service (DevCS)

This blog entry illustrates how to configure DevCS to run a simple Selenium Test against a very basic web page. Thanks to Nobuhiko Sekiya - Oracle Senior Sales Consultant for his valuable input.

 

The selenium test java class (EasywebappTest.java) inside the eclipse (OEPE 12.2.1.1) project, easywebapp, will just verify the string shown in the web page (top.jsp). To begin, download the simple eclipse project with selenium test, easywebapp.zip, (more...)

SOA Cloud Service & Developer Cloud Service Chapters 15 & 16 by David Craft

David has continued his series on SOACS & DevCS integration and in Chapter 15 David highlights deployment from DevCS to SOACS. Note that David shows how to work with the firewall and proxy in order to successfully deploy your SOA composite to SOACS.

 

In Chapter 16 David explains securing deployment with SSL.

SOACS + DevCS – Chapter 14 – Recap and more

Chapter 14 - Recap and more is the latest entry by David Craft (Oracle Principal Member of Technical Staff) illustrating end-to-end integration between Oracle Developer Cloud Service (DevCS) and Oracle SOA CS.

Developer Cloud Service 15.4.5 is Now Available

Developer Cloud Service 15.4.5 is now available with many new features. Since it's inception, Developer Cloud Service has focused on developer productivity providing teams with functionality to advance their development and the ability to release products flexibly / securely, quickly / confidently, and at a lower cost because the latest tools and infrastructure are provisioned within seconds in Oracle's Cloud.

 

This entry will provide a brief overview of the the new features (more...)

Integrating GitHub with Oracle Developer Cloud Service by Stefano La Porta

Stefano Illustrates how to integrate your existing repository in GitHub with Oracle Developer Cloud Service using you're preferred Git client or IDE that supports Git integration. Check out Stefano's entry here.

Soa Cloud Service + Developer Cloud Service: Integration

JDeveloper 12.2.1: Integration with Developer Cloud Service

JDeveloper 12.2.1 now provides complete integration with Developer Cloud Service comparable to what exists in OEPE and NetBeans. If you're an Oracle Developer looking for an IDE that supports Oracle DevOps solutions, you should check this out. Task Management, Continuous Integration, Source Control Management and Deployment. All from your IDE.

Developer Cloud Service 15.4.1 is Now Available!

We are pleased to announce the release of Developer Cloud Service 15.4.1 with a number of new features. We'll keep it short and to the point!

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  • Now available is cross-data center deployment for Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension (JCS SX)
  • Support for Oracle Maven Repo is now provided and available to DevCS Hudson executors
  • Import of on-premise Hudson job configurations into DevCS is now supported

DevOps Sessions at OOW and JavaOne

Robbrecht van Amerongen of AMIS Technology has provided a nice summary of sessions to attend at OOW and JavaOne this year. Check it out here.

Overview of WebLogic 12c RESTful Management Services

Inspired by a presentation given by Shukie Ganguly on the free Oracle Virtual Technology Summit in July (see here); “New APIs and Tools for Application Development in WebLogic 12c”, I decided to take a look at an interesting new feature in WebLogic Server 12c: the RESTful Management Services. You can see here how to enable them. In this post I will provide an overview of my short study on the topic.

RESTful management services (more...)

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Test your WebLogic 12.1.3 enviroment with Robot

Robot Framework is a generic test automation framework which has an easy-to-use tabular test data syntax and it utilizes the keyword-driven testing approach. This means we can write our tests in readable and understandable text. If we combine this with the REST Management interface of WebLogic 12.1.3 we are able to test every detail of a WebLogic domain configuration and when we combine this

Create with WLST a SOA Suite, Service Bus 12.1.3 Domain

When you want to create a 12.1.3 SOA Suite, Service Bus Domain, you have to use the WebLogic config.sh utility.  The 12.1.3 config utility is a big improvement when you compare this to WebLogic 11g. With this I can create some complex cluster configuration without any after configuration. But if you want to automate the domain creation and use it in your own (provisioning) tool/script then you

Oracle SOA Suite 12c tips – Tuning the SOA infrastructure thread pool

One of the new capabilities of Oracle SOA Suite 12c is the ability to control the SOA infrastructure thread pools, except the resource pools for EDN and the adapters, with Oracle WebLogic Server work managers. Each partition will has its own work managers defined. This allows you to separate services in partitions and, to some extent, tune them separately based on for example specific SLA requirements.

Well, this blog posting is not about explaining the (more...)

The WebLogic Server and Trust Stores


I will describe how you configure trust stores for the WebLogic Server.

Overview

Chain of trust

When a SSL server certificate is issued by a CA it is signed by a another certificate. Normally this will be an intermediate certificated, that is again signed by the CAs root certificate. So there is a chain of trust between the (more...)

Configure Coherence HotCache

Coherence can really accelerate and improve your application because it's fast, high available, easy to setup and it's scalable. But when you even use it together with the JCache framework of Java 8 or the new Coherence Adapter in Oracle SOA Suite and OSB 12c it will even be more easier to use Coherence as your main HA Cache.  Before Coherence 12.1.2 when you want to use Coherence together with

WLST script for listing WebLogic Server memory usage

Here is a short script for listing Java heap usage for all WebLogic Servers in a domain.

domainRuntime()

servers = domainRuntimeService.getServerRuntimes();
print('################################################################')
print('# Java heap information per server')
print('################################################################')
print('%20s %10s %8s %8s %4s' % ('Server','Current','Free','Max','Free'))
for server in servers:
   free    = int(server.getJVMRuntime().getHeapFreeCurrent())/(1024*1024)
   freePct = int(server.getJVMRuntime().getHeapFreePercent())
   current = int(server.getJVMRuntime().getHeapSizeCurrent())/(1024*1024)
   max     = int(server.getJVMRuntime().getHeapSizeMax())/(1024*1024)
   print('%20s %7d MB %5d MB %5d MB %3d%%' % (server.getName(),current,free,max,freePct))

disconnect()
exit()

Execute (more...)

The Oracle SOA Suite and the OSB are now free for developers!

I did not notice it myself but over Christmas Oracle made the SOA Suite and the OSB free for developers.

I found out via the January issue of the Oracle SOA Partner Community Newsletter, issued by
Jürgen Kress. You can sign-up for the newsletter here: http://www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa.

You can download most Oracle FMW software for free on the OTN download site. Although you do not have to pay to download the software, it is (more...)

REST, SSE or WebSockets on WebLogic 10.3.6

WebLogic 10.3.6 comes with Jersey1.9 and has no support for Server Side Events or WebSockets. But for one of our projects we are making a HTML5 / AngularJS application, which need to invoke some RESTful services and we also want to use of SSE or WebSockets. Off course we can use WebLogic 12.1.2 but we already have an OSB / SOA Suite WebLogic 10.3.6 environment. So when you want to pimp your

UKOUG Tech13 WebLogic Hackathon

Yesterday we conducted the SuperSunday WebLogic Hackathon at the UKOUG Tech13 conference.

It went well and people looked like they had a pleasant time.

I have enjoyed preparing for the event. The team contained a Brit, a Dutch, a Swiss and a Dane. It has been very motivating meeting people (more...)