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

Multiple Tenant Support

The definition of multi-tenancy varies.  Some people think that the tenants are data stripping and adding a tenant ID to every table is to support multiple tenants. One of such example is Oracle BI Applications.  We added the tenant_id everywhere and assume that we can use it later to partition the data. In the cloud […]

Working with Oracle Unified Directory 11gR2 Transformation Framework

If you have been using Oracle’s Identity Management software for at least the last few years you will probably be familiar or at least heard of OVD (Oracle Virtual Directory), which was original acquired back in 2005 from a company called OctetString. OVD provides a vast number of great virtual features used to aggregate multiple backend data stores and present LDAP consumers a single unified Directory Server.  Beginning with OUD version, there have been a number of virtualization features added similar to what is provided in OVD.

Improve Oracle Unified Directory 11gR2 Search Performance with Index Entry Limit

I am always looking for great tips that give big values; this one is no exception. This article is to help you understand how to tweak the index called “Index Entry Limit” to reap some dramatic ldapsearch performance improvements. I explain what this index is about, some of my own test results, how to determine the correct value, and finally how to make the index change to your OUD instance. This will be a tip you will definitely want to add to your OUD Ninja black bag.

Essbase 12c for BI – Part 2

I was hoping to write up this second part of the Essbase 12c for BI much sooner but I just couldn’t find the time.

Big Data News: Apache Kafka 0.9 Release and Ebay Open Sourcing of Pulsar Reporting

Open Source movers this week with Kafka 0.9 release along with Ebay’s extension of Pulsar open source with Pulsar Reporting


Print Options Customization Settings for BITeamwork

In the 3.8.1 version of BITeamwork, we’ve provided a new approach using JSON to provide a very seldom used configuration option to those implementations that need special SSL Print Functionality. A good use case for this is for implementations that are using SSL and have a custom SSL handler or if they wish to create […]

What's new in Forms 12c, part 2

Let's now look into the Form Builder and what changes we got there.

First we see the facelift in the Open-Dialog. It's now the typical Windows-Dialog, where you have much more flexibility.

Custom Transports in Oracle Service Bus 12.2.1

Oracle Service Bus (or Service Bus for short) provides a very powerful set of APIs that allow experienced Java developers to create custom transport providers. This is called Service Bus Transport SDK. By using this SDK, it is possible to create custom transport providers to handle both inbound and outbound message handling for specific protocols, without having to worry with the internal details of Service Bus.

Migrate an application to the APEX 5.0 Universal Theme

iAdvise presented the APEX 5.0 roadshows in the first half of 2015. Besides the presentation about the new features, we provided 3 tutorials which helped the visitors to explore Oracle Application Express 5.0. Now we offer these tutorials through our blog. In this article the second tutorial is presented.

BITeamwork Printing Over SSL for WebLogic Server – Solution

The solution in the case of the BITeamwork Printing over SSL for WebLogic Server issue, it is resolved by adding a java (JVM) option switch to the startup of the WebLogic Server. As you may already be aware, during any Oracle application deployment and startup that uses WebLogic as the application server, there are several options, specific to an application, or ancillary to the process (ex: increase JVM heap size, etc.) that are added as JVM options via configuration files. One such file for OBIEE being started in the WebLogic Server is the setDomainEnv.cmd|sh file.

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