Some days before ZeroTurnaround has released XRebel , a new tool to recognized problems in your web applications, when you make your developer test.
This was promising, so I give it a short try for Oracle ADF applications. For this blog I use the Summit ADF application, delivered by Oracle, but I have tried with our own application too. Test is done in JDeveloper 12.1.2.
After the download there are some easy steps of setup to do:
After quite a long time without any bigger enhancements i had a little time to implement a new major feature in PL-jrxml2pdf. Variables You can now use variables e.g. for the calculation of aggregates. Variables can be used either at report-level or at subdataset-level (e.g. for the usage in[...]
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I have presented today on DOAG Development 2014 in Dusseldorf. For all non DOAG members – you can find the german presentation on slideshare too.
I was recently at a Node road show. This was very much like the OTN tour just obvious focused on Node. They had multiple big customers there to share how they used node, what worked, and what doesn't. There were 3 things that stood out for for me about when when to use Node.
First, that node is designed for high concurrency low latency. In case you didn't know node has 1 execution thread.
Of course the best way to expose database data over REST is with Oracle REST Data Services. If you haven't read over the Statement of Direction, it's worth the couple minutes it takes. The auto table enablement and filtering is quite nice.
For anyone interested in node.js and oracle, this is a very quick example of publishing the emp table over REST for use by anyone that would prefer REST
If you speak german and you are interested in quality assurance for your ADF projects you should come and attend my presentation at DOAG Development on 06/04/2014 in Dusseldorf.
I will show you, how you can implement in the JDeveloper IDE and in Continous Integration server Jenkins: