So after a little bit of a pause we now have a new release of the wadl2java client generation tool. This is a wide range of improvements in this release; but the main feature is the new support for generating JAX-RS 2.0 client code.
This years visit to Oracle Open World is for me the best of both worlds. First of all I get to attend one of the biggest, if not the biggest, IT conferences in the world. Second, I have two presentations. Both are on Sunday afternoon. The first one is a Fusion Middleware Live Development session where we as a team show you the steps involved in creating an application using nearly all parts of
One of the features that I am very proud of in the HTTP Analyzer in JDeveloper is the ability to test a SOAP service with the minimum of fuss. Rather than having to configure security headers and understand WS-Policy we make use of the WLS JAX-WS client to read and interpret the policies defined in the WSDL and then apply abstracted credentials.
It turns out that this feature is very popular; but there is some confusion about just what information you might need to provide for a particular policy. So here is a simple summary of what is required for what type of policy.
So I was looking at building a simple object cache that expires the objects after a given time. The obvious mechanism for this is the use the DelayedQueue class from the concurrency package in Java; but I wanted to know if it way possible to update the delay after an object has been added to the queue.
During one of my presentations at ODTUG KScope12 in San Antonio I showed how to add a menu with close this / close others / close all to the UIShell. This pattern is very common throughout modern browsers and other programs that use any kind of tabbed navigation.
Even JDeveloper itself uses this functionality. In this post I'll describe how to add this functionality to the UIShell.
One of the more annoying situations you might have to deal with when working with a Java program is a StackOverFlowError, if you have a nice producible test case then there are few options with regard to playing with the stack size, or setting a conditional breakpoint / trace of some kind.
While preparing my trip to ODTUG KScope I needed to know whether or not I have to take shorts with me. I looked up the average temperature in San Antonio for June and July, and I it was clear. Shorts are needed..... I struck me that wherever I looked, all the climate data was displayed in the same kind of graph. Climate Graphs as shown in the picture below ussually contain information about
For various reasons I seem to end up writing a lot of code that fiddles with the context class loader in order to get non-module code running in the OSGi environment that JDeveloper runs in. This leads to a whole bunch of code that looks like this: