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- A simple JMS client for WebLogic 11g
- Installing Oracle REST Data Services (standalone)
- Java to get go-routine-like virtual threads!
- An updated simple WebLogic JMS client
- Configuring a Java application to connect to Autonomous Database using Mutual TLS
- Continuous Integration without SNAPSHOTs
- Exposing E-Business Suite services using the Integrated SOA Gateway
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- Configuring a WebLogic Data Source to use ATP
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Building a Custom BPM Worklist, Oracle InSync 2011 User Group presentation
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Tag Archives: JVM
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
Recently, I have been working with a number of customers on JVM tuning exercises. It seems that there is not widespread knowledge amongst developers and administrators about how garbage collection works, and how the JVM uses memory. So, I decided … Continue reading
Recently, I was doing some work on tuning Garbage Collection in a HotSpot JVM (i.e. “the Sun JVM”) underneath WebLogic Server 10.3.3. In order to do this, I wanted to look at the Garbage Collection logs. The JVM will produce … Continue reading
I often get asked to recommend some JVM parameters for people running one (or more) of the Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g products – like BPM, SOA, UCM, WebCenter, etc. on top of WebLogic Server. Here are my current list of … Continue reading