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- A simple JMS client for WebLogic 11g
- SOA SDLC
- Installing WebLogic Server on Mac OS X
- Choosing BPMN or BPEL to model your processes
- Increasing swap size on Solaris (using ZFS)
- Configuring Maven to run your Java application
- Creating rules in Oracle Policy Automation
- What BPM adds to SOA Suite
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Building a Custom BPM Worklist, Oracle InSync 2011 User Group presentation
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Tag Archives: 11g
Oracle has just released BPM 188.8.131.52 (also known as “PatchSet 6”). This release adds a lot of new functionality so I wanted to share with you an overview of what’s new. For the rest of this post, I will be … Continue reading
If you have a number of WebLogic Server instances running, or applications that write a lot of information into the logs, you might find that your log files, and your stdout files start to eat up a lot of space … Continue reading
I am happy to announce our new BPM 11g Performance Tuning whitepaper is now available on OTN (here). This white paper captures real world best practices from actual performance tuning exercises across many real BPM implementations – that’s ‘best practices’ … Continue reading
If you are thinking of getting your Oracle SOA Suite certification, you may like to check out the new beta release of certification exam 1Z1-478 for the Oracle SOA Suite 11g Certified Implementation Specialist certification. I was lucky enough to … Continue reading
Highly recommended, a tour de force. Packt’s new Oracle SOA Suite 11g Administrator’s Handbook by Ahmed Aboulnaga and Arun Pareek is packed full of essential information for the Oracle SOA administrator, in fact I would go so far as to … Continue reading
Following on from my recent post on automation of creation of JDBC resources, I am happy to report I now have a script which can be used for JMS Queues! Again, this is not as wonderful as I would like … Continue reading
That’s a long title… anyway, as part of the desire to have a fully automated continuous integration environment for SOA and BPM, there is another bridge that we need to cross. SOA/BPM Composites can contain dependencies on resources in the … Continue reading
My colleague Olivier LeDiouris has published a utility that allows you to connect to your MDS and see what is inside there, as well us uploading and downloading contents. You might like to take a look at it over on … Continue reading
Today, I feel very privileged to share with you a post from one of my readers, Phani Khrisna, who was kind enough to allow me to post this updated Maven POM which allows you to use resources in the Oracle … Continue reading