My last post How to add an NCSA style Access Log to ORDS Standalone explained what the ORDS standalone is and that is based on Eclipse Jetty. Jetty offers far more than ORDS exposed in it's standalone.
Oracle Database 12c allows you to define a column to be an IDENTITY column. It can be either GENERATED ALWAYS or BY DEFAULT.
A GENERATED ALWAYS AS IDENTITY column does not allow you to INSERT a value for it. When it comes to moving data from one table to another and this type of column is present, there are a few steps to "disable" the GENERATED ALWAYS AS IDENTITY column and after the data move "enable" it.
In a previous blog posting I discussed a solution to re-initiate a scope in BPMN that is supposed to time out after some time. In this posting I discuss how that solution inspires a couple of other use cases where a time out has to be re-initiated by calling an operation on the process.
In the following process model there are three flow, for three different use cases to re-initiate the time-out of:
This blog article discusses how to address class loading issues with the Oracle SOA Infra. It's prime "raison d'etre" being a memory dump of something I don't do often, but may spend significant time in finding out how to do it again.