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Oracle Fusion Middleware, BPEL, JMS, Java EE, developer tools, integration services, business intelligence and collaboration resources, news, and support articles.

IBM Bluemix Secure Gateway Service Step by Step Demo

I created this simple step by step guide on how to use the IBM Secure Gateway Service. Very simple demo which shows how easy it is to set this up and open a world of possibilities from on premise resources directly exposed via Bluemix whether it's PUBLIC or Dedicated/LOcal Instances

How to implement Union in ODI and OBIEE?

When do you need to use UNION in BI? You need to use UNION when you would like to combine the data sets as a single data set.  However, when do you exactly need to do this type of thing in BI or in data warehouse ETL?  Here are some real business cases: 1. Multiple Source […]

Action Links in OBIEE 12c – Part 1


With the release of OBIEE 12c, let’s take a look at Action Links and how things may be different compared to the previous release, 11g. Over this three part blog series, we’re going to cover the more popular link types, which are navigating to BI content, and navigating to a web page. However, to sweeten the deal, I’ll also include some tricks for your tool belt which well enable you to do the following:


A nifty way to refresh page regions in Oracle APEX

Not all regions in APEX can be refreshed using the PPR mechanism. Especially PL/SQL regions are difficult to refresh with AJAX.
Although… the fact that the HTML in a PL/SQL region is constructed in PL/SQL may be in your advantage. With the use of a tiny bit of JQuery and an application process, you will be able to update a region asynchronously. I’ll show you how.

BITeamwork 3.8 is Certified for OBIEE

We are pushing towards are our 4.0 release which will be a huge release for our customers and our development team. On the road there we’ve decided to release this key release for BITeamwork which brings in OBIEE support.

The post BITeamwork 3.8 is Certified for OBIEE appeared first on Art of Business Intelligence Blog.

JDK 8 and WebLogic 12.2.1

WebLogic 12.2.1 is available since Open World 2015. Some news regarding Java and WebLogic 12.2.1: WebLogic 12.2.1 requires Java 8 (JDK 8) as a runtime. WebLogic 12.1.3 can be used with Java 7 or Java 8. Using WebLogic 12.1.3 with Java 7 caused warnings because of the permspace settings in the WebLogic start scripts. Permspace […]

Optimize Oracle JET – Continue

It seams to be a lot of interest about my previous article, regarding Oracle JET optimization techniques. In this second post of the same journey I would like to continue with the optimization. As I mention in the previous article it is possible by using the Require JS Optimizer, to reduce the requests to only one CSS file and one JS file for the project. In the previous article I used the Oracle JET Getting Started project and optimized it up to 9 requests.

Integrating Oracle Social Data and Insight Cloud Service with Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS)

This article outlines how to integrate Oracle Social Data and Insight Cloud Service with Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS). Two primary data movement patterns are described:
(a) JSON data is retrieved from an external cloud source using REST Web Services.
(b) Data is inserted into the Schema Service database with Apex PL/SQL functions.

Optimize Oracle JET

In my last article, I shown you how you could run a Node project using Oracle JET. In this post I would use the project as a basis and talk about another interesting topic, optimization. There are many aspects how HTML based client-server applications should be optimized, but mostly comes down to two key points: minimize the number of request, and compress the server output to the client. In this article I will talk about how to achieve this with Oracle JET.

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