The task In one of the posts on the OTN forms forum last week there was a question of if there is something like an expandable/collapsable Component like its known from outlook. It seems there is no component like this at the time, so i had the idea to...
There are two key words in Business Process Management Notation (and Language) or BPMN for short that very often seemed to be missed. The first is "business" the second "management". In this posting I will discuss the significance of the first, and how you are in control of that.
In BPMN the word business does not wants to express that it is "just" about modeling business processes. The idea is also that these models should be understandable, or even created by the business. Now one can argue that with respect to the latter
Some aspect of security is in every database system, whether you recognize it or not. And if you are building a business database, you want it to grow! What will happen when fourteen users becomes 140 or 14,000?
In this article I will explain how you can enable payload validation in the Oracle SOA/BPM Suite per composite, both design and deployment time. This works for 11g as well as 12c
When developing BPM processes or SOA services it is advisable enable payload validation on the development server. The reason being that this will force you to work with more representable test data, and in some occasions help you preventing coding errors (like assignment of a string to an integer, or forgetting to map mandatory data in a call).
The github repo for all the things the DB Tools team does will be posted here https://github.com/oracle/Oracle_DB_Tools This will include sqlcl , sqldev, modeler, ords , and who knows what other things we have up our sleeves to post.
There was an idea logged over on community.oracle.com to add AskTom style print_table to sqlcl.
Here's how easy it is now that there's scripting in sqlcl. This is a simple js file that loops over the rows and columns and prints them. When using the executeReturnListofList the first row is the name of the columns for reference.