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- Configuring Maven to run your Java application
- A simple JMS client for WebLogic 11g
- Installing WebLogic Server 10.3.3 on Ubuntu (64-bit)
- What BPM adds to SOA Suite
- Increasing swap size on Solaris (using ZFS)
- Choosing BPMN or BPEL to model your processes
- Using WebLogic as a Load Balancer
- Installing WebLogic Server on Mac OS X
- Visualising Garbage Collection in the JVM
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Building a Custom BPM Worklist, Oracle InSync 2011 User Group presentation
Performance Tuning for Oracle Business Process Management Suite 10g, Oracle Whitepaper, July 2011
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Oracle BPM Suite 11g: Advanced BPMN Topics, Packt Publishing, September 2012
Tag Archives: BPM
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If you want to see some of the new features of BPM PS6 in action, take a look at this video, which was put together by a team of Oracle technical folks from around the world.
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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
From time to time, you may experience some kind of issue in your BPM environment. Issues could be caused by a wide variety of reasons – changes to the environment, the pattern of load on the environment, product defects, bad … Continue reading
I wrote some time ago (in this post) about a patch for some issues with the layout in the BPMN process editor in 126.96.36.199. I know that a lot of folks have contacted Support to ask for the patch that … 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