Category: OC4J

One of the sessions I’ve attended at Open World in regards of a customer case we’re working on, was regarding Siebel and Webcenter integration. The presentation was to high-level which wasn’t that interesting after all, but I learned more about the packaging strategies for Webcenter. Of course I got a bit more information regarding the […]

In the different projects I’ve worked on the past few years, I’ve always worked in an Oracle-Java environment. This means I’ve always used an Oracle Database, mostly JDeveloper as my IDE environment and deploying to an OC4J instance or an Oracle IAS instance. During these projects different issues arose regarding business requirements we needed to […]

As promised here is the continuation of the technical workshop we have followed.In this text I will talk about how we created a little appliciation in Webcenter with some build in features of webcenter. In most part of the exercise we used ADF to build this, but we have also build in some out-of-the-box portlets […]

For the deployment of an ADF Application to my standalone OC4J I’ve faced some problems which aren’t clearly explained/solved on OTN.You will find many people facing the same problems when deploying applications to OC4J from jboException until Log4j-exceptions, etc. I will try to address some of these problems in this blog using my own project […]

On the 17th of april we where invited to join a technical workshop about Oracle Webcenter for partners at Oracle DeMeern near to Utrecht (Holland). We wanted to know what Webcenter really could do for us, and what the capabilities are, and of course what the next generation of Webcenter would look like. Well, we […]

Everyone who worked with java applications probably heard of the OutOfMemory error. Like the name says, it indicates that the java application reached the limit of available memory and tries to go beyond that limit, with the OutOfMemory as a logical consequence. But why does this error occur? Your 8 CPU, 20GB server has enough […]