I recently worked with a customer who needed to do some OAM session manipulation via custom code in order to implement a complex use case. While the focus of this post is not to go into details about a specific implementation, I did want to share some advice on a very necessary building block needed to do “out of band” session manipulation: retrieving the OAM Session ID.
Oracle Openworld 2015 is running next week in San Francisco, USA, and Rittman Mead are proud to be delivering a number of sessions over the week of the conference. We’ll also be taking part in a number of panel sessions, user group events and networking sessions, and running 1:1 sessions with anyone interested in talking to us about the solutions and services we’re talking about during the week.
In a previous blog post, we walk you through the steps for configuring the new OBIEE 188.8.131.52 method for setting the default color palette for charts and graphs. Here is the accompanying video to walk you through this process step-by-step:
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look at how to customize graphs and charts in OBIEE 220.127.116.11. As we’ve discussed, the idea of the 18.104.22.168 release appears to be drawing Oracle BI customers closer to what the architecture will be in the future Oracle BI 12c release(s), so this release is a good stepping stone in the right direction.
I just add a post about using initialization block in OBIEE. It is a feature I felt excited when I first see the tool. Initialization Block Before I worked on BI, I worked for EBS application development and I was in charge of Multi-Org architecture for a period of time. EBS Multi-Org is a feature […]
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Since I wrote my Whitebook “What is NoSQL And How Do I Use It” (sorry only in Dutch), some things have changed. Also I found out some things were not quite clear. One of those confusing things, is that in the examples I call my host “weblogic” (the host I used in my demo), but when kvstore runs locally, it can be replaced by “localhost” .
I went through the examples with NoSQL 3.4 and Oracle JDK 1.8, en that resulted in the following steps for a working solution: