WebLogic 12.2.1 is out since Oracle Open World 2015 and comes with a new RESTful management interface. RESTful management for 12.2.1 is a rewritten and different implementation. The previous two implementations supported only a small subset of JMX attributes, you could only read them, URLs and versioning were different. The new URL format is: http://server:port/management/weblogic/latest/... if […]
This blog is about how to integrate Fusion Application (FA) Expenses with external applications over web services. We will provide an outline of the steps for integration along with sample payloads that can be adapted for specific needs.
Linux Control Groups (cgroups) are a nifty way to limit the amount of resource, such as CPU, memory, or IO throughput, that a process or group of processes may use. Frits Hoogland wrote a great blog demonstrating how to use it to constrain the I/O a particular process could use, and was the inspiration for this one.
Now that the SOALatam Conference 2015 in Lima is over and work slows down a bit because Christmas is approaching it’s time for a summary. To conclude it was one of the best conferences I attended in 2015. You may ask why I favour SOALatam over the others and there are several reasons: It’s vendor independent. It’s cross […]
This article describes how to customize the Oracle Fusion Applications (FA) Expenses application with the use of Descriptive Flex Field (DFF) in expenses. We will look at a use case with a need to capture more detail around an expense item and look at how to implement it. This use case is meant to showcase the ability of the application that can be further developed for specific needs.
Recently I have seen an issue in 126.96.36.199 with simplified forms where SSL is being either terminated at the load balancer or OHS.
If you are on 188.8.131.52 and are not using any flavour SSL or have implemented full SSL then you will not come across this problem.
As the simplified interface is the way forward for planning and over time the standard interface will disappear then there is a possibility you may run into this issue so I thought I would write it up.
Now that the SOALatam Conference 2015 in Lima is over I am looking back to conclude it was one of the best conferences I attended in 2015. You may ask why I favour SOALatam over the others and there are several reasons: It’s vendor independent. It’s cross technology. Although it is cross technology, it is focusing […]