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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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Microservices, a different SOA approach

March 23, 2016

Have you heard of Microservices yet? First time I heard the word I had strong associations with a new appliation for bacterial life in food processing. Maybe my background in biochemistry got the better of me.

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Storing photos in the database through REST service from an Oracle JET 2.0 hybrid mobile app

March 22, 2016

In my previous post I made a mobile hybrid application with Google Maps integration. Now let’s go a step further.

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Oracle Fusion Middleware Forum 2016 in Valencia

March 21, 2016

The past week my colleague Patrick Sinke and myself attended the Oracle Fusion Middleware Forum 2016 in Valencia, Spain held from March 15th to March 18th. It was a week overloaded with information, networking and deep-dive workshops. We worked hard, learned a lot and had some fun once in a while as well. The event coinciding with the annual Las Fallas festival also helped with that last part 🙂

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Node.js == serverside Javascript

March 19, 2016

A change is gonna come, that’s what Sam Cooke sang in 1964. I don’t know if he could have foreseen the major shifts in technology in our time, but it’s evidently that Javascript has become increasingly popular as a web language. First only at the client, but nowadays at the server side too. The more surprising if you realise that it’s nibbling at Java, once the ruler of web backend applications. Well, ok, according to some people.

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Integrate Google Maps in a JET 2.0 hybrid mobile application

March 9, 2016

Last week Oracle JET 2.0 is released. One important feature is hybrid mobile development. A while ago I created a JET application where Google Maps is integrated. You can find it here.
Now I want to show my current location in Google Maps on my Android Phone. For this I must use the GPS function of my phone.
So let’s start. First create a new JET hybrid mobile application.

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Oracle JET 2.0 released

March 2, 2016

Last monday Oracle released JET version 2.0. The most important news in my opinion is that Oracle JET now is Open Source.

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Manage your database data with Oracle JET

February 22, 2016

I want to know more about using CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update and Delete) in a JET-application.

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Integrate Google Maps in Oracle JET

February 12, 2016

I would like to integrate Google Maps in Oracle JET. This can be very helpful if you want to know where your customers are located. For example, in the customer database you can save the latitude and longitude of the location where your customer is located.

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