Today Oracle published our article about the ADF EMG XML Data Control. With the article, also comes an extensive two part tutorial, go check them out at OTN:Powerful and Easy ADF Data Control for XML DataArticleTutorialEnjoy reading and if you have any comments or remarks, let me know!Other Resources:ADF EMG Community
When Planning 188.8.131.52 was first released there was no official ODI adaptor to coincide with the release, there was so much talk around there wasn’t going to be a 12c release that 184.108.40.206 seemed to get lost in the confusion.
If you want to read more on this subject then there is a good Oracle support document available
Need to debug your application? With NetBeans 8.1 (dev) and WebLogic it's very easy to do.
First start your WebLogic server in debug mode. The startup scripts generated for a domain provide an option to start the server in debug mode.
To run in debug mode, set the environment variable "debugFlag" to a value of "true" and start the server.
$ export debugFlag="true"
This launches the server with a command line such as that shown below, which sets the standard Java debug properties:
Deriving Value from your data…
Who won the most games against which losing team?
Sometimes you want to cancel your Integrated WebLogic Server, however, if you do this while a deployment is currently going on, you might run into trouble. The log window will not tell you anymore than a remote deployment failed and that the Application can not be run:
On average I spend a lot of time opening documents online. One set of documents I refer to frequently is the ForgeRock Technical Document set. While it’s not overly arduous to open a browser tab and click on a bookmark or type in the URL, I have wanted to find a better shortcut for this task. I have used the launcher utility Alfred for most of the time that I have been a Mac user but have never used it for anything more advanced than opening applications on my laptop.
If you’ve been keeping up with us, you know that our BITeamwork system works really well for communicating and collaborating within your enterprise analytics system. When your users don’t feel like they can participate, they start using the product less. This can cost your organization valuable investment dollars. One of the ways our product, BITeamwork, […]
The latest Liberty biuldpack update now adds the ability to switch to JRE 1.8 runtime. Given I am now switching to JDK 1.8 for all my projects this has come in very handy, and of course Spring Boot favors JDK 1.8 as well. The default is still JRE 1.7 so to switch to 1.8 set an ENV variable as follows in your manifest.yml as shown below.
- name: pas-myapp