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- Installing Oracle REST Data Services (standalone)
- Oracle joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation
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- A simple JMS client for WebLogic 11g
- Simple JMS client in Scala
- Configuring a Java application to connect to Autonomous Database using Mutual TLS
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- Configuring a WebLogic Data Source to use ATP
- End-to-end installation of WebCenter and BPM 11g (64-bit)
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Author Archives: Mark Nelson
The new web page for Oracle Transactional Event Queueing is live and has lots of great information including sample code, links to hands-on labs, documentation and some user stories! Hope you can check it out!
Creating a stored procedure (dare I call it a microservice?) to automatically process events on a queue
In this post I want to look at how to create a stored procedure in the database to automatically process events as they are produced on a Transactional Event Queue (TEQ). Having a small, discrete piece of code that processes … Continue reading
Yay! Java is finally going to get some lightweight threads, a bit like go-routines, which allow you to create threads in the JVM without each one consuming an OS thread! I’m looking forward to trying it out in Java 19. … Continue reading
There are some really interesting updates for the open source Python Oracle library (known as cx_oracle, but changing its name is part of this) – check it out here: https://cjones-oracle.medium.com/open-source-python-thin-driver-for-oracle-database-e82aac7ecf5a
In this post I want to demonstrate how to use Oracle Transactional Event Queues (TEQ) to propagate messages/events across regions. I will use two Oracle Autonomous Databases running in Oracle Cloud, one in Ashburn, VA and one in Phoenix, AZ … Continue reading
I have been using Oracle REST Data Services (you might know it as “Database Actions”) with my Oracle Autonomous Database for a while now, and I wanted to play with some new features, which led me to want to install … Continue reading
Dusko Vukmanovic just announced the general availability of OCI Service Mesh in this blog post. It provides security, observability, and network traffic management for cloud native applications without requiring any changes to the applications. Its a free managed service and its available in all … Continue reading
Today I was playing with Kafka Java Client for TEQ, that allows you to use Oracle Transactional Event Queues (formerly known as Sharded Queues) in the Oracle Database just like Kafka. Kafka Java Client for TEQ is available as a … Continue reading
Today I needed to load some data in my Oracle Autonomous Database running on Oracle Cloud (OCI). I found this great article that explained just what I needed! Thanks to Ankur Saini for sharing!
In this post, I am going to explain how to configure a standalone Java (SE) application to connect to an Oracle Autonomous Database instance running in Oracle Cloud using Mutual TLS. The first thing you are going to need is … Continue reading