Category: Oracle

A few weeks ago we did an ODTUG Webinar: “Oracle ADF Immersion: How an Oracle Forms Developer Immersed Himself in the Oracle ADF World”. About 186 followed the seminar online. Those people received a link to the recorded session and the slides of the presentation. For those who couldn’t attend, these are the slides of the presentation: ADF […]

In software development, logging is an indispensible part of the job. When developing  java programs, Log4j (Apache framework) is probably the most commonly used framework. But when we are writing Java programs, using the Oracle ADF framework, there is another option : ADF Logger. This logger is integrated in the Weblogic enterprise manager, and gives […]

From time to time you’ll have to represent your data stored in a database in an XML format, eg. to exchange it between systems, to send it to external parties, etc. In an article on All Things Oracle I give an introduction on how you can generate XML documents: Part one,  in SQL Part two, in […]

Do you have one or more applications on top of on Oracle Database? Do you want to show this data in documents and/or reports? Did you know you don’t have to make a big investment in a BI solution to create attractive letters, orders, invoices or lists? But which reporting tool, from a long list, […]

Because it’s there that you’ll find out how your organisation can benefit from Oracle’s new technologies! Are mobility and the cloud opportunities for your organization or threats to its security? Can applications, hardware and software really work together? Is Oracle 12c a sensible investment? Is drowning in (big) data unavoidable? How can business intelligence become an integral part of IT structure? If at least one of these questions rings a […]

Did you ever needed your table data in an XML format? Well, it isn’t that hard…  Oracle provides several ways to generate XML, in both SQL and PL/SQL. I wrote an article on All Things Oracle in which I explain step by step how you can generate XML from table data. In this first part […]