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Tag Archives: JDeveloper
A small number of people have been seeing an error when using the BPMN process editor in JDeveloper 188.8.131.52 (PS5). The symptom is a NullPointerException, as seen in the log, an example below, and a dialog box telling you an … Continue reading
Oracle has released a new version of JDeveloper, 184.108.40.206, with a whole bunch of new features, including Maven support, and a lot of performance enhancements. You can check out details of the new features here. Please note that this version … Continue reading
In this earlier post, I presented a simple approach to get started with continuous integration for SOA and BPM projects and showed how you can build and deploy an SCA composite using Hudson and Maven. In that example, we just … Continue reading
If you work a lot with complex ADF pages in JDeveloper, you may get tired of waiting for it to open your pages in the Design view, I know I do! Fortunately, there is a simple solution. You can change … Continue reading
Some organisations use Oracle BPA Suite (which is based on ARIS) to model their organisation’s business processes from the highest level (strategy) down to the operational process level. Such organisations will often follow the ARIS methodology, or some customised version … Continue reading
Sometimes, when running WebLogic Server on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, you may find that you are unable to deploy from your local JDeveloper to your WebLogic Server instance. Andrew Rosson has written a helpful post (here) that provides a simple … Continue reading
This blog contains many articles about Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF). In order to develop and run applications using ADF, you will need to install Oracle JDeveloper, which you can download from the Oracle Technology Network (here). Each post will … Continue reading
When setting up Subversion recently to use with my various JDeveloper and NetBeans installations here, there and everywhere, I wanted to browse my repositories from Chrome (my main day to day browser) on Mac OS X (my main day to … Continue reading
A quick post as I find that the JDeveloper integrated server will not start with JDeveloper 220.127.116.11 in some cases, looks like when the user’s home directory has a space in the path. You can work around this issue by … Continue reading
A quick note to my fellow Mac OS X users who want to use JDeveloper 11g to do development and testing on Mac OS X. I found the newly released JDeveloper 11g (the one that came with the Fusion Middleware … Continue reading