People seem to make a big deal about eventual consistency. Those same people don’t seem to think twice about using a cache to improve the performance of their system when the database can’t handle it. That cache holds a copy of data that isn’t 100% synchronized with the database. That’s eventual consistency. Get over it.
Possibly my shortest post ever but seriouslyDo remember if you have a team that your job is actually to delegate things to them otherwise there is no point having a team.Technorati Tags: SOA, Service Architecture
In Soa Suite 10g & 11g you can make your own HumanTask Client ( instead of the Worklist Application ) and integrate this in your own Application. Together with Ronald van Luttikhuizen we made an Human Task Client with works with the Soa Suite 10g & 11g version. The 10g version was a bit tricky because we called the 10g Human Task EJB on an OC4J container from an Weblogic Web application. With Soa Suite 11g I don't have these problems because everything is working on the Weblogic Container.
I am watching the Oracle UI Shell Functional Pattern thread at OTN and noted that some people were interested on how to automatically open a default activity in ADF UI Shell. I decided to take up the challenge and came up with the following.
This post is just a demonstration on how to open a default activity upon page load in ADF UI Shell, based on the accompanying sample application named "
For a lot of us the migration to Windows7 will be the first time we get easy access to a 64-bit desktop OS. One of the first things after an upgrade like that is to get your tools, like in my case JDeveloper, working again. First step is to download the jdevinstall jar, and the [...]