SOA Suite Oracle SOA Suite is certainly the most comprehensive and also the most complex product of the classical WLS / OSB / SOA Suite stack. There are plenty of tools and other products tightly interwoven with SOA Suite: It all starts with the installation where a supported database is required for the meta data [...]
Enterprise Single Sign-On occupies an unusual position in the field of IAM. In automating the sign-on of users to their applications, it is somewhat uniquely, a client-side application. For some of our customers, the role of enterprise SSO in an IAM programme isn’t entirely clear. I’ve spoken with many security architects who view its use as somehow tantamount to cheating.
OK, I admit it, my Toyota
Prius Plug-in Hybrid isn’t the most exciting car I’ve had the
opportunity to drive, nor do I love its gray color, but I got the gray because
these cars are in such high demand and waiting 4 months wasn’t appealing.
You have less than 2 weeks left (June 18th) to submit Oracle Excellence Awards for Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation 2013 nominations.
As a reminder, these awards honor customers for their
cutting-edge solutions using Oracle Fusion Middleware.
A freshly updated white paper on how to integrate BI Publisher 11g reports into an Oracle Forms 11g application is now available from the BI Publisher OTN page along with sample code and a video:
Integrating BI Publisher with Oracle Forms | Download Sample Code | Video
Thanks to Axel and Florin from PITSS and Juergen and Rainer from Oracle Germany
If you have downloaded Identity Management R2 PS1 and are looking for a good summary of capabilities, the presentation below by Marc Boroditsky, Vice President of Product Management, provides a good preview.
Oracle has released a set of patches to address some performance issues in OIM 11g R2 self-service interface. Information about these patches is available in the following Oracle support note:
The note contains the details for each specific R2 releases.
Any customer who is running OIM or implementing OIM at this point should plan to apply the patches.
Mark Rittman once joked during a presentation on OBIEE and SCM that “MUDE” (multiuser development environment) was the closest thing to a dirty word in the OBIEE documentation. I know many people who feel that way… some justified, some perhaps not, as MUDE has certainly gotten better in the later releases of OBIEE.