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- Configuring Maven to run your Java application
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- Deploying WebLogic applications with Maven
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- Choosing BPMN or BPEL to model your processes
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Building a Custom BPM Worklist, Oracle InSync 2011 User Group presentation
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Tag Archives: UCM
The long awaited BPM 11g PS4 Feature Pack has been released. Jan Kettenis has done a good job of providing the details here and some helpful install notes here. The Feature Pack adds a lot of exciting new functionality and … 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
Recently I was working with an organisation that manages a large collection of physical assets and wanted to add a location-based search capability to Oracle Universal Records Management. In order to carry out a ‘proof of concept’ we built some … Continue reading
Today, I wanted to configure Oracle Universal Content Management (UCM) 10gR3 to allow authentication via Active Directory. I am running UCM through an Apache web server. Everything is running on Windows Server 2003 R2. Preparing Active Directory The first step … Continue reading