Following an hands on lab regarding BPM Studio was really interesting for me, because I’m a firm believer of Oracle BPA Suite and I’m using it in day-to-day projects in Europe today. So my big question was … what’s BPM Studio all about, and what will it offer that I don’t already have when using […]
Month: September 2008
Recently we were performing a database upgrade from release 188.8.131.52 to 10.2.0.4. After the successful upgrade we were issuing a problem to reach APEX. We’ve tried to browse to the APEX URL ( :/pls/apex”>http://:/pls/apex ) and the only thing we were receiving was a blank page. The strange thing is that the APEX URL has […]
If you’ll be attending OOW and plan to attend the ADF Methodology session on the Wednesday at the Unconference, can you please register your attendance on the following Oracle Wiki page. This will help us judge numbers: Register We’d also appreciate you inviting others to join and sign up too.
Ever wondered how to define routing services based on soap services or database stored procedures where you could define routing rules on the request-and response-message. Let’s say you want to define the following scenario:– Call an existing stored procedure that takes as input parameter ’employee.id’ and as output parameter the employee-information (firstname, lastname, address, …)– […]
When you’re looking into Oracle 11g, what’s coming up, you will notice one thing very clearly … FUSION. SCA, Webcenter, Jdeveloper, OWB, ODI, BPM Suite, Oracle Service Bus, … it’s all becoming 1 user experience. If we take a look at the Oracle Fusion Approach, you will have the same user experience in each environment […]
On the following url you can reed feedback from the different Oracle Mix winners regarding their presentation, which presentations are of interest to them and of course tips & tricks regarding OOW. On the following URL: You can find some of my tips & tricks … which could be briefly defined as PARTY ;o) What […]