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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: Subversion
This article is part of a series on SOA Development and Delivery. Let’s get started on our SOA Development and Delivery journey by talking about version control. But before we delve right in, let’s take a moment to reflect on … 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
This post is part of a series on Continuous Integration. I am exploring how to use Maven and Hudson to create a continuous integration capability for SOA and BPM projects. This will be the first post of several on this … Continue reading
This post is part of a series on building a custom worklist for BPM/SOA 11g. We are using Maven as our project and build management software. We used Maven 2 on Mac OS X. Let’s set up our skeleton project … 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