In the first part of this series I described how I made several sets of data relating to the Rittman Mead blog from various sources available through Hive. This included blog hits from the Apache webserver log, tweets, and metadata from WordPress.
The FabricServer interface provides an easy way to start an embedded GemFire XD server process in an existing Java application.
In short code as follows will get you started. Use this in DEV/TEST scenarios not for production use.
public class StartServer1
The stack bar gives a total view of the killings and how it has grown over the years
Today I was building a Xquery with a reference to a DomainValueMap (DVM) in JDeveloper 12c for an OSB 12c project.
When testing my Xquery I ran into the following error:
Sometimes when you create a new OEP project in JDeveloper 12c and you deploy it for the first time, you might get a list of java errors. They might look a bit like this:
I am going to show how you would create a WebLogic data source to Pivotal GemFireXD 1.3. In this example I am using the developer edition of Weblogic which known as "Free Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.1.3) Zip Distribution and Installers for Developers" You can download / configure it as follows.