During testing of some of my composite applications i just couldn’t get the ‘Launch Message Flow Trace’ link showing the output (popup it seemed later on). Chrome didn’t came up with the a blocking popup so it didn’t ring any bells. Google Chrome > Options > Under the Hood > Content Settings > Pop-ups > [...]
In Weblogic it is not so hard to make a WLS Cluster for your java applications or make a Fusion Middleware cluster for your ADF, Webcenter applications or SOA / OSB processes. But to remotely control this cluster from the console web application you need to setup nodemanagers. If you want to go a little step further and also wants High Availability you need to enable and setup Server Migration in Weblogic. Server Migration only works when you use nodemanagers on all your servers. You can choose for a script nodemager so called SSH nodemanager or for a Java nodemanager.
Oracle WebLogic Server 10.3.3 provides out-of-the box support for JRockit Flight Recorder (JFR); the new enhanced run-time JVM analyzer in JRockit 4.0 positioned as the replacement for JRA with the following points of improvement Always on, Better data, third-party application integration through an API and low-to-zero overhead.
With the growing interest in Command/Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS), more people are starting to ask questions about how to apply it to their applications. CQRS is actually in danger of reaching “best practice” status at which point in time people will apply it indiscriminately with truly terrible results.
If you're in Belgium next week and you're interested in cloud computing, feel free to sign up for the Architect's Forum being held in Brussels. I'm giving a broad talk about cloud platforms that looks at today's most visible options--public and private--showing how they relate to one another.
I'm also speaking in Tel Aviv and London on this same trip, but I'm afraid that all of the events in both cities are invitation-only. If you're on the invite list, I look forward to seeing you there.
Another thing I came across when dealing with the OSB was that the Workshop throw an error and didn't start at all. When you end up with a large dialog box showing a list of startup parameters (which all originate from the workshop.ini file) have a look at this site: http://wiki.oracle.com/page/How+to+get+Oracle+Workshop+for+Weblogic+10GR3+working+in+Linux?t=anon