When you are down and dirty with a delivery project it becomes clear that there is a difference between when a vendors says something is support and the actual ability of that vendor to support you when you have a problem.You often see this when a vendor supports "interoperability" with solutions from another vendor, even if they have a competing product. Sometimes this support is genuine and
So what about following someone?
Good news for me today! I received an email telling that my abstract on Testing SOA Suite 11g Systems has been accepted. I’m honoured and looking forward to present at the ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2010 conference. Here is the abstract I submitted: Best Practices for testing SOA Suite 11g based systems The purpose of testing in general is to assess [...]
After listening how the community has interpreted Command-Query Responsibility Segregation I think that the time has come for some clarification. Some have been tying it together to Event Sourcing. Most have been overlaying their previous layered architecture assumptions on it. Here I hope to identify CQRS itself, and describe in which places it can connect [...]
This is an appeal to everyone out there who is writing a product that is meant for an enterprise customer, you know the people with budgets and it applies to companies big and small.When doing a project you normally have a lot of things to controlWord docsPowerpointsVisioRequirementsCodeTest CasesData modelsetcThe point is that its a lot of different things. What makes it easier to control
This post describes how to change the JDK for an Oracle Application Server 10.1.3.x installation. To check which JDK versions are supported with Application Server releases, check Metalink note 258833.1.
Stop all running Application Server processess.
Rename the current JDK directory:
mv jdk jdk.old
Install or copy the JDK version you need into $ORACLE_HOME/jdk
Start the Application Server processess.