With the lead of Philipp Weckerle, who is among other things known for his book on Oracle WebCenter , Oracle Austria started publishing video podcasts, targeting the German speaking audience. In their first episode they give a quick overview of BI 11g, Application Express, Flash storage, and more. I’m sure they will cover WebCenter in [...]
John Brunswick from Oracle demonstrates how easy it is to build a Twitter portlet and consume it in Oracle WebCenter without writing a single line of code. In this easy to follow youtube video John walks us through the steps end-to-end, covering in detail how to: Consume an XML feed in Oracle JDeveloper Generate the [...]
If you have a WebCenter Spaces deployment (or are thinking about getting one), you should definitely check out the free WebCenter Spaces iPhone App, that allows you to access your activity stream, your contacts, all your Spaces along with the documents, discussion forums, lists, space members, and more. And from now on – call me [...]
In the WebCenter world, portlets are accessed through WSRP, which makes debugging a challenging a little. Alexander Rudat has a step-by-step post, describing how to debug a remote portlet. The example he uses is actually a portlet built with ADF, and “portletized” through the JSF Portlet Bridge.
OmniPortlet was originally built for Oracle Portal, allowing page designers to visualize various types of data sources in a declarative manner in the browser, without using an IDE. The two simple steps of defining an OmniPortlet in-place are: selecting and specifying your data source (XML, SQL, CSV, Web service, etc.), and applying the visualization/view on [...]
When you install WebCenter Spaces, in addition to the admin server, you end up with three WebLogic managed servers: WLS_Spaces: hosts WebCenter Spaces WLS_Portlet: hosts standards-based and PDK-Java portlets WLS_Services: hosts the WebCenter social computing services One of beauties of the flexible architecture of the Fusion Middleware is that you can easily decouple any of [...]
Jake Kuramoto has an excellent post on the new dress our internal WebCenter Spaces deployment got this week. [..] we operated as a WebCenter customer would, extending the product, using its APIs, and pushing the limits of what the product can do. This provided valuable insight into the customer experience that has been rolled into [...]
With new versions and updates of the JDev/ADF and WebCenter stack, I get the question very often: how can I patch my development environment to get to the latest and greatest version? The answer has been consistent: we don’t patch JDeveloper in-place. You need to download the latest version of JDeveloper (be sure to select [...]
As part of the Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g R1 Patch Set 2 (22.214.171.124) a new WebCenter patch set is available for download as well. This release has a couple of new features and a large number of bug fixes. New features include: Microsoft Office Integration: Oracle WebCenter integrates with the Microsoft Office shared document management [...]
Accenture created a youtube video, titled: Accenture and the Next Generation Workplace. In this short infomercial Royce Bell, CEO of Accenture Information Management Services describes how companies can benefit from deploying Enterprise 2.0 concepts.
It has definitely been a game changer for us at Oracle, using E20 in our day-to-day activities.