Our teammate Jack Desai published an article last year about Fusion Application Roles Concept. It gives you a great overview about the design to grant access to certain functionalities to specific users. His article familiarizes you with the concepts of Abstract Roles, Duty Roles, Job Roles or Data Roles and how they are used in a Role Based Access (RBAC) model in Fusion Applications.
With JDeveloper 12c it is now possible to run your SOA Suite against the Integrated WLS. However, by default the Audit Level of this server is Production mode which means you do not get to see details when looking at the flow trace of your service.If you do not change your running mode, the flow trace window will look like this:
Cali Colombia was my last stop on the OTN tour, yet it was the country I was waiting for. I had good memories about the country from many years ago when I was backpacking there and it was a pleasure to see how everything has changed. I decided to take a hotel in the north […]
Quito Quito first of all surprises by its altitude. The altitude of the city of Quito is pretty much the height the highest mountain in Germany (2880m). I was absolutely looking forward to be in Quito, since the last time I was there was more than 20 years ago when I was backpacking through South America. For […]
A new set of VM Templates for Solaris have been made available on OTN.
These templates provide a quick and easy way to spin up pre-built WebLogic Server 12.1.3 instances using either Solaris Zones or Oracle VM Server for Sparc.
Panama City Panama was another interesting place to be. Very few Europeans I know have ever been to Panama. The trip from the airport started with a glimpse of Panama’s surprising skyline. Pleasant enough I was located in the 29th floor (!) of a downtown hotel. The conference was a bit further away towards the canal at […]
San Salvador In San Salvador I had the best hotel experience. I got upgraded for no particular reason to the executive lounge which provides a view to the local volcano (and free soft drinks). Also I met Alex Gorbatchev from Python for the first time in person. The conference was at a military club in a very […]
The new Oracle Big Data Discovery 1.1 release went GA a couple of weeks ago, and came with a bunch of features that addressed show-stoppers in the original 1.0 release; the ability to refresh and reload datasets from Hive, compatibility with Cloudera CDH and Hortonworks HDP Hadoop platforms, Kerberos integration, and the ability to bring in datasets from remote JDBC datasources. If you’re new to Big Data Discovery I covered the initial release in a number of blog posts over the past year or so:
La semana pasada y en el contexto del OTN Tour LA 2015 dimos nuestros primeros cursos en Español en Quito, Ecuador y Cali, Colombia.
Se trató de un workshop en este caso de un día (8 horas) sobre Desarrollo Front-End de OBIEE 11g.
En esta oportunidad los cursos fueron presenciales, dónde todo el material teórico-práctico era en español y cada alumno tenía a su disposición durante el entrenamiento una máquina virtual exclusiva donde realizar la parte práctica contando con el apoyo y la asistencia del instructor en todo momento.