Apart of the default consoles that are delivered with the Oracle product; such as Weblogic Console, BPEL console, ESB Console, Enterprise Manager. We can also look 'under the hood' of the application server.
When You use JDeveloper 11g and ADF you probably made some independent Task Flows. To use these Task Flows you must add them as regions in your JSPX page or in an UIShell template page. The second step is to provide the right input parameters or use contextual Events so the Task Flows will display the right data. For events you need to publish events from the Task Flows and in the JSPX page you need to subscribe to these events and invoke a ADF Method Action in a other Task Flow.
When choosing authentication repositories, something that is more familiar can be the best choice. And what is that "something familiar" for us developers?- Of course, the relational database (unless, if you know LDAPs more :D). Relational databases (RDMS) has encryption capability while authentication providers supports cryptographic hashing, so what else could you ask? Plus the recommendation
Recently I was going through an SOA Implementation Survey when I saw the question as shown in the screen-shot. Well I’ve always been under the impression that Microsoft does have an Application Platform (although I must admit even after Google-ing I’m not sure what it is exactly), even for SOA. Did I miss something [...]
Migration projects from SOA 10g to SOA 11g is not a walk-in-the-park. You should read the migration documentation for the SOA 11g migration carefully. During your migration you would run into behaviours that you did not expect.
Use fully qualified names During configuraton of the SOA domain, make sure you use the fully qualified name as specified in your DNS server. Some servers are using the short-name that is binded to the localhost (127.0.0.x) IP adres.
ESRI has posted the slides from the keynote I gave at their Developer Summit last month. The talk takes a big-picture view of cloud platforms today, providing a taxonomy for thinking about the leading offerings (both public and private). It ends with a look at what ESRI is doing in the cloud, but most of the talk isn't specific to the GIS world.
Okay so I talked about Anti-Principles so now I thought I'd talk about the final thing I list to list out in the principles sections of the projects I do. The non-principles this might sound like an odd concept but its one that has really paid dividends for me over the years. While Principles say what you should do and non-principles say what you shouldn't the non-principles have a really
Remember screen scraping? It's grown up into something else entirely. That something else, now known as presentation integration, provides an alternative to the more common approach of business logic integration.