Category: webcenter

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 […]

When you want to start learning Webcenter, getting a grasp of the technology, the features … have a more practical view, you can download the SRDemo application to get you started. When you’re going through the installation-guide to set everything up, following tips can help you step-through this installation:– modify the oc4j.cmd before installing the […]

Today I had busy schedule as well … so let’s start talking wright ;o) The first session I attended was the keynote-speech of Thomas Kurian:The acquisition of Coherence has been a huge step forward in datagrid enabling the Oracle Fusion Middleware stack.Coherence could be defined as ‘in parallell processing of transactions which live in-memory and […]

This morning a Keynote was given by Charles Phillips, President of Oracle Corporation. In this keynote Charles Phillips gave us an insight on the vision of Oracle and the strategy in marketting this vision throughout it’s customers, partners and of course software offering. Each Challenge was tackled by the different Oracle Offerings there are today.CEO […]

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 […]

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 […]