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If you have never experienced during process design with BPMN that the final process model became twice, if not three times more complex than you thought it would be, than you haven't been doing process design for real. You might for example have experienced how, what initially looked like a simple service call, finally exploded in your face. Let me tell you how it did in mine. I made up the example I'm using, but it is not far from reality.
Running lots of scripts in SQL*Plus is nice when they are working correctly. But what about when they fail? Its a pain to figure out what went wrong, unless you have a log file and even then, you have to hunt the errors down.
Well, I've had enough of that. Laziness has forced us to create clickable errors in the SQL Worksheet as part of SQL Developer.
When you have a load of SQL*Plus scripts, they can be a pain to manage and just simply get around.
In the next version of SQL Developer, you'll be able to hold the ctrl key down and click on the file name and have it open up. This also works on mac with the cmd key and clicking on the line.
Oracle Application Express (APEX) 4.2.2 is now released, you can read up and download it here, or try it out on http://apex.oracle.com. In addition to fixing some bugs Oracle APEX 4.2.2 includes a major upgrade of all 18 productivity and all 16 database sample applications. You can find these applications by navigating to the application builder from the APEX home page, then clicking the "Packaged Applications" tab.
Today i released a new version of PL-jrxml2pdf. As a new major feature it includes a first version of the JRXML-generator, which allows the generation of a jrxml-report-definition from an existing APEX-page. Its included in the APEX-part of PL-jrxml2pdf. I'm looking forward for your comments on[...]
The whitepapers available for the Oracle Utilties Application Framework are updated on a regular basis to include new and updated advice for past and the latest versions of the Oracle Utilties Application Framework. As part of that update cycle the following whitepapers have been updated:
One of the additional configuration options for the authentication of the product is to implement a Single Sign On solution or implement client certificates. Whilst most of the configuration for these features is performed in the Single Sign On product and/or J2EE Application Server, the Oracle Utilities Application Framework has to be configured to use that facility.
By default, when using Oracle WebLogic, the Oracle Utilities Application Framework based product is installed in embedded mode. This means that the configuration files and files within the product are used directly by Oracle WebLogic, including configuration files necessary for Oracle WebLogic itself (e.g. config.xml). The installation process generates the necessary configuration files and then using generated versions of Oracle WebLogic utilities points the Oracle WebLogic runtime to the files in the product environment.