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Virtualization for Windows: An Update

Even though the technology has been with us for some time, virtualization remains a big deal. And while hardware virtualization still gets most of the attention, other aspects also matter, including desktop virtualization and application virtualization.

I wrote an overview of Windows virtualization technology a couple of years ago. An updated version of the paper, once again sponsored by Microsoft, is now available here.

Interesting bug related to ANT deployments and importing JARs

This finding is related to the same issue I was troubleshooting in my next post.

Using SnagIt Screen Capture Plug-In for Windows Live Writer

Screen captures are important when blogging and having an easy way to capture images from the screen and embedding them into a blog entry is a key feature. SnagIt from Techsmith Corporation is a popular and very usable utility for taking such snapshots of screens. When using Windows Live Writer blogging client software there are [...]

Posting Source Code with Microsoft Live Writer and WordPress

Today I searched for a solution to post source code using Microsoft Live Writer to my blog hosted on WordPress.com. WordPress itself has an integrated Syntax Highlighter supporting most popular languages. Details of how to use it can be found here. But how do you use the WordPress Syntax Highlighter when using Microsoft’s Live Writer [...]

Oracle VPN

Virtual Private Networks have made remote working and access to critical corporate resources so much easier over the past few years.

Implement Domain Value Maps (DVM) with Oracle Service Bus (OSB) 10R3

Domain Value Maps (DVM) are an interesting feature of Oracle SOA Suite for supporting Canonical Data Models. They help to map from one vocabulary, used in a given domain, to another vocabulary used in a different domain. For example, one domain might represent a country with a numeric code while another domain may represent a [...]

Starting Weblogic after reboot

Here is a (linux) script that can be used during for starting Oracle Weblogic during startup and shutdown of the machine. The script only a framework that is at the various run-levels. The actual code of stopping and starting WLS is in another script (/home/oracle/bin/wls.sh).

Create the folloing script in /etc/init.d (as root)


/etc/init.d/oracle-wls
#!/bin/bash
#
# /etc/rc.d/init.d/oracle-wls
#
# Starts the weblogic environment
#
# chkconfig: 2345 90 10

Starting Weblogic after reboot

Here is a (linux) script that can be used during for starting Oracle Weblogic during startup and shutdown of the machine. The script only a framework that is at the various run-levels. The actual code of stopping and starting WLS is in another script (/home/oracle/bin/wls.sh).

Create the folloing script in /etc/init.d (as root)


/etc/init.d/oracle-wls
#!/bin/bash
#
# /etc/rc.d/init.d/oracle-wls
#
# Starts the weblogic environment
#
# chkconfig: 2345 90 10

Monitoring AQ

Although there were already several posts on querying AQ, like “in the queue” and “enqueue“, the next one is great when monitoring queues. We are using this to monitor AQ, especially for Oracle ESB (hence the commented addition):

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SELECT aq.name
, aq.queue_table
, aq.queue_type
, [...]

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