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.
A common problem report developers face is user groups having different needs and preferences, and as a consequence these user groups want to see their data presented in different ways. Some users prefer to see a graph when others want a table is a classic example. So, how do we do this? It’s a no brainer… we use a view selector. View selectors give us a great amount of flexibility by allowing us to swap out one analysis view for another.
In earlier versions of the Enterprise Manager it was already possible to recover faulted instances of web services. Like for instance when a service that the instance depends on is down, the instance will throw a fault and stop processing. When the underlying service is up again, you could go back to the faulted instance and use recovery to have it continue from the step it faulted on.
After installing the JDeveloper 12c Quickstart with built-in Integrated Weblogic Server, I ran into a problem when deploying my SOA 12c applications to this server.
During deployment the following error showed up in the log:
access denied ("oracle.fabric.permission.CompositePermission" "default" "read")
With Oracle BI EE (OBIEE) you are able to report against various different data models. There are several different interesting blogposts to prove that. Let me Google that for you; Transactional Schemas, Data Vault.