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How to Bill One Account in BRM for Testing

Alex Bramford - SSG Blog - Oracle BRM and Informatica Data ManagementThe BRM billing utilities run in default mode are great for billing large numbers of accounts, but may not be appropriate for situations such as testing, when all that’s required is to verify the billing for a small number of accounts.

JDeveloper 12.1.3 for SOA Suite and OSB 12c Crashing?

Today at the Oracle Fusion Middleware Summer Camp in Lisboa I experienced some SIGSEGV JVM crashes. It happened when trying to use JDeveloper 12.1.3 under MacOS  with the SOA Suite Development installer – right after the installation when starting up the server from within JDeveloper. (Most of the experienced SOA Suite developers went the beaten path using Windows). My installation […]

Talend: tips and tricks part 1

This blog contains some convenient tips and tricks that will make working with the open source tool Talend for data integration a lot more efficient. This blogpost will be especially useful for people who are just discovering this amazing tool, yet I am sure that people who have been using it for a while will also find it very helpful. These series of tips will be spread over multiple blog entries so make sure to check back often for future tips!

1. Testing expressions in the tMap component

OBIEE and Essbase a few observations

I’m sitting in a hotel room in Panama writing this post. Why you might ask. I’m in Panama as part of an Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Latin America tour. I will be going to 6 countries in 15 days.. Perhaps at the end I’ll blog in detail about it.  As I write, Edward Roske is in Brazil doing the same thing. Why am I writing this instead of out exploring? I will be later today as the local host arranged a tour for the visiting Oracle Ace Directors.

Oracle 12c Database In-Memory option generally available

On the 22nd of july, patchset 12.1.0.2 for Oracle 12c database was made generally available for Linux x86-64 and Solaris.
This patchset includes the eagerly awaited In-memory option which promises an application transparent performance boost by using column-format data storage in memory.

Fusion Applications Clone – Troubleshooting a Weblogic Startup Error

Introduction
As noted in the Oracle® Fusion Applications Cloning and Content Movement Administrator’s Guide, the Fusion Applications (FA) Clone tool helps to create another new environment from an existing FA environment relatively quickly. In this blog, we’ll look at how to troubleshoot a common input error regarding user id that results in weblogic startup error.

WLS Distinctive Book Give Away…

Guys, @wlscommunity has half my weight of the new WebLogic Distinctive Recipe book to give a away! I cannot imagine a better way to produce a huge drop in book sales https://twitter.com/OTNArchBeat/status/494926738615713792 I recommend to tweet some fun Oracle / WLS community related pic. Shouldn’t be that difficult. bE cReAtIve & do write a short […]

Disabling Change Password and Forgot Password functionality in FA-IDM

Introduction
Oracle Fusion Applications (FA) uses Oracle Identity Management (IDM) capabilities to implement the “change password” and “forgot password” functions. These functions, in turn, are enabled using capabilities provided by Oracle Access Management (OAM) and Oracle Identity Management (OIM).

Developing with JAX-RS 2.0 for WebLogic Server 12.1.3

In an earlier post on the topic of Using JAX-RS 2.0 with WebLogic Server 12.1.3, I described that we've utilized the shared-library model to distribute and enable it.

This approach exposes the JAX-RS 2.0 API and enlists the Jersey 2.x implementation on the target server, allowing applications to make use of it as when they are deployed through a library reference in a weblogic deployment descriptor.

High Res only - one version of the resource to serve

With the new hardware and fast internet connection, is it the norm to only keep images in one high-res version, regardless of the way the content is utilized in the article?

Today's example is this article on Forbes; Why I Left The Wall Street Journal To Join Oracle

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