view counter

Middleware Feed

Oracle Fusion Middleware, BPEL, JMS, Java EE, developer tools, integration services, business intelligence and collaboration resources, news, and support articles.

Using Eclipse (OEPE) to Develop Applications using WebSocket and JSON Processing API with WebLogic Server 12.1.3

Following from my last posting, I thought I'd also show how Eclipse (OEPE) makes the new Java EE 7 APIs available from Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.3.

The first step was downloading and installing the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) distribution from OTN.

Developing with the WebSocket and JSON Processing API with WebLogic Server 12.1.3 and Maven

Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.3 provides full support for Java EE 6 and also adds support for a select set of APIs from Java EE 7.

The additional APIs are:

Introduction to Fusion Applications Roles Concepts

Fusion Applications Security is designed based on Role-Based Access Control (RBAC). It is an approach to restricting access to authorized users. In general, RBAC is defined based on the primary rules as per this wiki page.

Using HAWQ with PHD service in PCF 1.2

The following demo shows how to use the PCF 1.2 PHD service with HAWQ by loading data into the PCF PaaS platform.

1. First lets setup our ENV to use the correct version of HADOOP on our local laptop.

export HADOOP_INSTALL=/Users/papicella/vmware/software/hadoop/hadoop-2.0.5-alpha
export JAVA_HOME=/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/CurrentJDK/Home


Silence. Sometimes sought after, but in reality almost certainly feared - the absence of not just sound but voice. Silence is often associated with divine encounter - the neptic tradition of the Philokalia comes to mind - but also and perhaps more accurately with abandonment, divine or otherwise. I recently read Shusaku Endo's Silence, a remarkable work, dwelling on the theme of abandonment in the context of the extirpation of Kakure Kirishitan communities in Tokagawa Japan.

Why Oracle Big Data SQL Potentially Solves a Big Issue with Hadoop Security

Oracle announced their Big Data SQL product a couple of weeks ago, which effectively extends Exadata’s query-offloading to Hadoop data sources. I covered the launch a few days afterwards, focusing on how it implements Exadata’s SmartScan on Hive and NoSQL data sources and provides a single metadata catalog over both relational, and Hadoop, data sources.

view counter