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- Setting up a Maven Repository Manager with Artifactory
- Getting to know Docker - a better way to do virtualization?
- A simple JMS client for WebLogic 11g
- Configuring Maven to run your Java application
- Choosing BPMN or BPEL to model your processes
- Increasing swap size on Solaris (using ZFS)
- Deploying WebLogic applications with Maven
- Human Workflow in 11g
- Using WebLogic as a Load Balancer
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Building a Custom BPM Worklist, Oracle InSync 2011 User Group presentation
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Tag Archives: Tricks
This issue has popped up a couple of times for me recently, so I thought I would do a quick post on it. When you are running a number of Fusion Middleware environments in the same IP subnet, as you … Continue reading
Ran into another interesting little challenge today. While installing SOA Suite onto a machine which already had another, completely separate Oracle product installation on it (albeit under a different userid), the installer helpfully reported that it could not access /home/oracle/oraInventory. … Continue reading
I posted a few days ago about finding which JAR file contains a class file – something I often want to do. My friend Chris Johnson promptly posted a better version here with caching – thanks Chris! Chris said I … Continue reading
I often want to search through a large number of JAR files looking for a particular class, and every time I do this I wish I had some utility to make it easier. So I finally made one: #!/bin/sh TARGET=”$1″ … 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
Today, I was installing the Oracle Database 11g R2 on a Solaris system, but it failed a prerequisite check during the installation – it did not have enough swap space available. This particular system I had installed with ZFS. Turns … Continue reading
Well it has been over a year since the last time I broke my database, but I did it again today! This time I increased the sga size without also increasing some other parameter, and the database would not start, … Continue reading