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1) Add the following JAVA OPTION to the classpath
2) Write a simple policy.
As mentioned already I will publish the new webcasts from the 2o14 edition of WebLogic Server 12c Distinctive Recipes book here. Don’t miss out – subscribe to youtube.com/weblogicbook WebLogic 12c and Maven Part I: WebLogic 12c and Maven Part II: Server Templates:
Well we’re back in Brighton, UK now after the second successful week of the Rittman Mead BI Forum 2014. In Week 1, we went to the Seattle Hotel in Brighton (read the recap here), and then straight-after we flew over to Atlanta, GA, to run the second week – and it was possibly even better than Brighton ;-)
We’ve published a number of “getting started with Hadoop” articles over the past few months, but these aren’t always easy to find on the blog. I’ve therefore compiled a list of the more recent ones, which you’ll find below:
Most of FMW products installer needs some free space in the TMP directory.
Usually, this is a prerequisite that is overlooked when starting to install the products.
Sometimes when it fails it means you have to start all over and suddenly you realize you really don't have any more available space in your disk.
A quick solution is to set the TMP or TEMP environment variables to another location where you have more free space:
That does not always work.
Pivotal GemFire XD bridges GemFire’s proven in-memory intelligence and integrates it with Pivotal HD 2.0 and HAWQ. This enables businesses to make prescriptive decisions in real-time, such as stock trading, fraud detection, intelligence for energy companies, or routing for the telecom industries.
You can read more about how GemFireXD and it's integration with PHD here.
I’ve been doing some work recently with OBIEE’s new Mobile App Designer (MAD). It’s a great bit of software that I’m genuinely impressed with, but it’s got its little v1 quirks, and helpful error messages are not its forte. I hit a MADdening (sorry) problem with it that Google and My Oracle Support both drew blanks on, so I’m posting it here in case it helps out others with the same problem.
I was helping another consultant with a calc script as they were getting incorrect results. They wanted to do a @sumrange for a particular intersection of data.. They had coded the statement like :
I asked why they didn't use a cross dimensional operator. They referred me to the tech reference:
As part of the configuration process of leveraging a Proxy Server or HTTP Server with OBIEE, one configures the context-root paths accessible for routing to the target application server used by Oracle BI. This logic will apply when using a proxy with BITeamwork and OBIEE as the integration of the BITeamwork application is deployed to […]