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 […]
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).
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.
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
Following from my last posting, I thought I'd also show how Eclipse (OEPE) makes the new Java EE 7 APIs available from Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.3.
The first step was downloading and installing the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) distribution from OTN.
Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.3 provides full support for Java EE 6 and also adds support for a select set of APIs from Java EE 7.
The additional APIs are:
Doing a default database installation will install a feature that all passwords will expire after 180 days.
Not being aware of that can cause problems in applications as they cannot connect to the database after that time period. Especially if you are working in test or development environment you will mostly not care about security concerns. That will mean that there is no real need that passwords should expire automatically.
Fusion Applications Security is designed based on Role-Based Access Control (RBAC). It is an approach to restricting access to authorized users. In general, RBAC is defined based on the primary rules as per this wiki page.
Oracle provides documentation on developing an Access Client for the OAM 11g ASDKhttp://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40329_01/dev.1112/e27134/as_api.htm#autoId0Jul 28, 2014 11:50am