Month: February 2009

EAI enables companies to integrate transaction-driven architecture inside their middleware. Using standards such as EDI (Electronic Data Interchange), Web Service Standards for synchronous and asynchronous messaging, fault handling, etc. Service Bus for transformation and virtualisation will provide integration hooks for as well legacy applications as existing applications. They can interchange data and messages using an […]

When we talk about Object Relational Mapping Frameworks or ORM frameworks we’re talking about mapping relational data to an object-oriented programming language. The ORM framework will hold features such as support for JPA (Java Persistency API); database access control mechanisms such as JNDI, JTA, JDBC; distributed processes, 2 phase commit, etc. So on the hand […]

A nice enhancement in the new ApEx version 3.2 is that you can set autocomplete off under page security. AutoComplete in HTML forms stores information entered into INPUT_text, the next time that a user visits your Web page a list of previously used data will appear. Go to Edit Page -> Page Attributes -> Security […]

If you are planning to play the new Oracle APEX 3.2 version then be sure to checkout the new security feature Session Timeout. Session Timeout will automatically invalidate your apex session if you use it. You can find session timeout under Shared Components -> Edit Security Attributes where you have have 2 options: – Maximum […]

The previous year we went to ODTUG to talk about our quality assurance toolkit developed for ApEx. This year we’re going to talk about data integration services delivered using OBI EE, ODI and of course Oracle Warehouse Builder. And I’m also very pleased to announce the ‘ADF Methodology for the Masses’ community will also present […]

After our ‘Oracle for Newbies’ seminar, we invited all attendees for a Powerday. The participants would get the opportunity to try out everything we had shown in the seminar. Last Monday we started our Powerday with 11 curious attendees. The ‘half a day’ – Powerday consisted of 3 parts: 1) the installation of Oracle Express […]

When you talk about Business Intelligence, the true added value lies in real-time reporting. The dashboards or reports presented to you need to present accurate information about e.g. stock, human resources, bench marking, etc. This real-time reporting could be augmented even more when you can take action straight away when benchmarks aren’t met, campaigns need […]