Month: April 2009

When talking about data integration services and depending on the audience you’re talking to, this could be: Data needs to flow between different applications, instead of persisting the data on different data containers => Data Consolidation, Data messaging Extract, transform and load => data warehousing, data consolidation Services that are offered within an enterprise, or […]

The overall goal : Integrate the OWB technical stack with the 11g database. This simplifies the OWB installation by incorporating it as a database option during database installation. Additional goals include: Not requiring SYSDBA credentials at OWB installation time Requiring only one OWB schema per Oracle Database instance Requires only a single Control Center Service […]

You could debug bpel processes using different kinds of approaches, such as looking into audit trails, sniffing the soap envelopes with the request- and response message, using junit, using the bpel console, … In this post I’ll mention the 2 approaches I use the most, namely the bpel console itself and Junit. Visual Debugging Using […]

This is an extension for my previous post, how to not only submit via the next and previous links, but also via select. This might not be the best solutions, and improvements are possible, but it’s a good startpoint. We will replace the #TEXT#-variable of Apex with our own generated html-code. You need to add […]

1.1. Logging In Bpel Logging can be performed on domain-level and system-level and you can use different mechanisms to log events, task details, … In this post I’ve summarized the basic logging functionality you can use on bpel processes. 1.1.1. Process Logging Information Oracle BPEL Process Manager uses the log4j tool to generate log files […]

How do you force a page submit when paginating through a report? Standard behaviour from apex is to redirect when navigating through the recordset of a report. While this is advisable in most cases, we sometimes need processes to run when the user clicks the next or previous button. I have often seen the question, […]

When you’re developing a JSF or ADF Faces application and your giving your customer a first testing-experience, you’ll notice the browser’s back button is a very interesting functionality used by a lot of end-users. JSF saves the state of every page loaded in a browser, which means everytime a user clicks the browser back button, […]