A lot has been written about the transactions, boundaries, threads etc in the Oracle SOA Suite. Clemens has written this piece years ago which explains the basics.I recently had a ‘disagreement’ with the SOA threadpool when I was using a parallel flow in a synchronous BPEL process.
This post is part of a larger series on Oracle Access Manager 11g called Oracle Access Manager Academy. An index to the entire series with links to each of the separate posts is available.
In the many years that I work with the Oracle SOA Suite and its Database Adapter, I never really had the pleasure of encountering the setObject errors.
Normally when you screw up the IN parameters in your call to the Database Adapter you’d get those java struct “cannot convert STRING to NUMERIC” errors. However, the following message
Last time I wrote about the performance aspects of a BI system and how they could affect a user’s confidence. I concluded by mentioning that incorrect data might be generated by poorly coded ETL routines causing data loss or duplication. This time I am looking more at the quality of the data we load (or don’t load).
Looking back over some of my truly ancient Rittman Mead blogs (so old in fact that they came with me when I joined the company soon after Rittman Mead was launched), I see recurrent themes on why people “do” BI and what makes for successful implementations. After all, why would an organisation wish to invest serious money in a project if it does not give value either in terms of cost reduction or increasing profitability through smart decisions.
2 Iob, LXX
Reason: bad things happen to good people, quite often.
3 I Am a Cat, Natsume Soseki
The java.util.function package is new in Java 8 and contains interfaces that are used for lambda expressions and functional references. In this blog, I give a brief introduction of 2 interfaces of this package :
For the examples in this blog, we have a list of invoices with name, amount and category :
I am doing a repeat of my Kscope15 'Best Speaker' award-winning presentation as part of the ODTUG webcast series. Here is the official announcement from ODTUG:
Quite recently, I stumbled across this older but still very relevant whitepaper on the workload management capabilities of WebLogic Server. Written by one of the key engineers at the time, who later went on to become an architectect, it explains the workings of the new work load management feature introduced into WebLogic Server at the time and covers the concepts of work-manager configuration and effect, work scheduling and prioritization, overload protection and more.