The System Audit Info page is usually the first place I go to track down performance issues... From here you can enable tracing on the search cache, schema, database, IdocScript, or overall request time. If you enable verbose requestaudit tracing, you'll usually get stuff like this:
I'm currently at IOUG Collaborate 2014 in Las Vegas, and I recently finished my 2-hour deep dive into WebCenter. I collected a bunch of tips & tricks in 5 different areas: metadata, contribution, consumption, security, and integrations:
We recently has a client with some LDAP performance issues, and had a need to tune how WebLogic was querying their LDAP repository. In WebLogic, the simplest way to do this is with their LDAP Filters. While trying to explain how to do this, I was struck by the lack of clear documentation on what exactly these filters are and why on earth you would need them... The best documentation was in the WebCenter guide, but it was still a bit light on the details.
Oracle Open World is almost upon us! I will be giving at least 2 talks this year... there was some confusion and I might also be giving a talk Sunday at 8am on behalf of IOUG. I will update this when I know the final details. But here are the talks I know I will be giving:
UGF9900 - The Top 10 Web App Vulnerabilities and Securing Them with Oracle ADF
Sunday 9/22, 11:45 - 12:45 @ Moscone West room 2003
Three years ago I blogged about the site 99 Bottles of Beer, which is a site dedicated to generating the lyrics of that oh so annoying song in every programming language known... currently over 1500 languages have been submitted. It's a surprisingly useful excercise when learning a new language... loops, text output, considitionals, etc.
Oracle came out with a clever new online course on Developing Applications with ADF Mobile. I really like the format: it's kind of like a presentation, but with with video of the key points and code samples. There's also an easy-to-navigate table of contents on the side so you can jump to the topic of interest.
I like it... I hope the ADF team continues in this format. Its a lot better than a jumble of YouTube videos ;-)
Another talk I gave at Collaborate 2013 is this one on ADF Mobile and WebCenter. It builds off my talk from last year about general techniques, and gets into specific about the new ADF Mobile technology, and how to integrate it with WebCenter content and WebCenter Portal.
At Collaborate 2013 this year, Tony Field and I put together a talk about a topic that has been been floating around the WebCenter community as of late...How do I integrate WebCenter Sites (Fatwire) with WebCenter Content or Site Studio? We put together a handful of integration techniques, but the main focus was on upcoming features in the next version of WebCenter...
How would you like to leave Collaborate knowing exactly what you wanted to learn? Here's your chance...
Like last year, the WebCenter SIG at IOUG Collaborate 2013 (April 7-11 in Denver) will have a deep dive session for Sunday. Bezzotech was asked to deliver 2-hours of a deep dive... and were batting around ideas for what to talk about... Security? Performance? Integrations?
Then it hit us, why not let the attendees pick our talk?