Sometimes there may be a need to increase the heap size of the integrate weblogic server within JDeveloper. Obviously one can modify the setDomainEnv file in the domain’s bin directory -
For Unix, it is in $HOME/.jdeveloper/system12.1.3****/DefaultDomain/bin
For Windows, it is in %APPDATA%\JDeveloper\system12.1.3***/DefaultDomain/bin
But, you can also change it within JDeveloper, you can do this by
Right click on the integratedWebLogicServer in Application Window and select properties->Launch Settings
In this entry, I will present the usage of the new REST adapter using OSB 12C. This adapter is a new feature providing support for RESTful web services; it also supports JSON request and response. One important thing to keep in mind is the internal implementation of the message within OSB is SOAP/XML, there are transformations between JSON and XML during the message processing.
I have deployed a JAX-RS service on the server with the following interfaces and we are going to expose this on OSB.
Oracle launched their Oracle Big Data SQL product earlier this week, and it’ll be of interest to anyone who saw our series of posts a few weeks ago about the updated Oracle Information Management Reference Architecture, where Hadoop now sits alongside traditional Oracle data warehouses to provide what’s termed a “da
Tree bindings can be very handy, for example to combine details in the same row as the master. Let’s assume we have the following starting point based on the HR schema:
Default method’s (aka Defender methods) in interfaces are new in Java 8. They enable you to define a default implementation of a method in the interface itself.
If an interface is implemented by several classes, it’s hard to add method’s afterwards, as it will break the code and require all implementing classes to define the method as well. Adding a method to the interface, and defining a default implementation for it, will resolve this problem.
Here’s a code example :
In this post, the finale of the four-part series “GoldenGate and Oracle Data Integrator – A Perfect Match in 12c”, I’ll walk through the setup of the ODI Models and start journalizing in “online” mode. This will utilize our customized JKM to build the GoldenGate parameter files based on the ODI Metadata and deploy them to both the source and target GoldenGate installation locations. Before I get into all of the details, let’s recap the first 3 posts and see how we arrived at this point.