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Oracle OpenWorld 2016

September 25, 2016

Last week I was at Oracle OpenWorld for the first time. It was a great experience to see how big Oracle really is.

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Oracle Process Cloud Service advanced form validation and control

September 23, 2016

In my previous blogpost I explained how forms in PCS are created and what basic options are available. Now I would like to go deeper into the details of rules and business objects.

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Creating and editing forms in Process Cloud Service

September 23, 2016

Oracle Process Cloud Service is a PaaS (Platform as a Service) offering which centers around designing and managing (stand alone) business processes in the cloud. The focus is once again on business analysts and other non-technical people to automate business processes. Oracle has keyed them “citizen developers”. One of the features is the option to create forms that fulfill the “human task” interaction in the BPM process.

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Use Oracle JET to monitor Weblogic queues

August 16, 2016

At a customer we are working in an Oracle Fusion Middleware environment. In this environment we created queues. These queues are configured with an error queue when messages could not be delivered. In this blog post I will show how to monitor these queues from an Oracle JET application.

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Creating FTP connection factories using WLST

June 29, 2016

Creating FTP connection factories using the Weblogic console can take a lot of time, mainly because it are multiple screens you have to click through every time. But creating these FTP connection factories can be done a lot easier and faster when using a WLST script.

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Node.js tutorial part 1; setting up your environment

June 23, 2016

In a previous post I explained what Node.js is and how it works. Now, I’ll help you install it and create your first Node.js powered webpage.

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Provisioning backend services to mobile with Oracle MCS

June 22, 2016

MCS, or Mobile Cloud Services, is Oracle’s relatively new PaaS tool for provisioning your data to mobile devices or IoT devices. And actually, it’s a pretty simple tool. MCS aims at simplifying the creation of mobile API’s (especially REST API’s) on existing or newly build web services. It delivers an enterprise Mobile Backend-as a-Service (MBaaS).

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Use Server-Sent Events and Node.js to show JET chart data

April 5, 2016

In my previous posts about JET I used REST to gather data. Now I want to see how JET works with SSE (Server Side Events). The idea is that SSE pushes stockdata to the JET-page where a chart is shown.

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OSB Maven archetype with deployment

March 25, 2016

With my latest customer I was building the same OSB project over and over again with some minor changes. With copy and paste from other project a lot of other namespaces are saved in the xml under the proxy files. The main reason for this OSB proxy is logging and handling the security between the different domains. Because it was the always the same proxy structure and in OSB 11g there is no template available I was wondering if I could build a template with maven archetype. My first goal for the maven archetype was building a OSB project with ability to deploy and automatic testing and documentation. After looking around on the internet I found some blogs about deploying OSB projects with maven and some blogs about building maven archetypes.

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Poll a Microsoft Exchange mailbox from OSB using DavMail

March 24, 2016

The Oracle Service Bus has built in features to poll an IMAP of POP3 mail account. There are loads of excellent blog posts that exactly describe how to do it. However, when the mail server happens to be a Microsoft Exchange server, things become shady. Exchange’s IMAP implementation tends to be not really that compatible, but DavMail can be used to make it work.

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