It was time for another push of the new sql command line , sqlcl. Here's the changes in the latest build. There are a number of bugs fixed relating to connecting to idle databases, alias feedback, and picking up the $ORACLE_HOME's jdbc driver when available. There is only a couple functional changes.
First is that now the jdbc connect string itself can be specified.
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You may have read that it is a best practice to let a service return a "business fault" as a fault. In this article I point out some pitfalls with this "best practice", and will argue that you should have a clear understanding of what "business fault" means before you start applying it. The examples are based upon the Oracle SOA Suite 11g, but apply as well to 12c.
To allow the consumer to recognize a specific fault, you add it as a fault to the WSDL. This looks similar to the following:
If you try to install oracle forms & reports 188.8.131.52 on SLES 11.3 than despite all installer checks are passed maybe you get a message like:
Error in invoking target ‘install’ of makefile ‘/sqlplus/lib/ins_sqlplus.mk’.