In a previous article, VirtualBox with SOA, BPM, OSB and BAM in 33 minutes, i described how you could quickly create a new Oracle VirtualBox image from scratch with SOA 12cR1. When following the instructions in this article you get almost the same result, only differences are that you will have SOA 12cR2 installed with Oracle StreameXplorer. Because the preparation is almost the same, follow the instructions in the V
The Oracle Quick Start installers for Developers are great for probably many developers, but they are limited. Shutting down (or crashing of) JDeveloper will shutdown the domain and there are separate Quick Start installers for SOA and BPM suite. When installing a SOA or BPM environment for development or research purposes i prefer an environment which is more close to a production configuration. Setting up an new en
I admit, i am lazy ! And i tend to forget the details about what i did yesterday let alone what i did last week. Therefore i have scripted most parts of my virtual machine installations. Sometimes these scripts just stopped working and i have to re-figure out the details. Also this time it happened to my DB Install script after upgrading to VirtualBox 5 and switching to Oracle 12c SE 2 on my guest host running Oracle
During the past years i used Parallels Desktop for virtualizing my Oracle development environments. I chose Parallels at that time because it performed better on my old memory constrained Macbook. Recently i had to upgrade to Parallels Desktop 11 and determined that Parallels silently removed quite some functions which were present in the previous versions. One of those functions is the Advanced Networking tool which
Pi4J is a great I/O API to the Raspberry PI General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) pins. Developing Java applications using this library can be done on the Raspberry PI itself. I rather develop Java applications on my own computer in Netbeans than setting up a dedicated development Raspberry Pi. Netbeans does support remote platforms in version 8.0 and upwards which enables you to execute and debug Java applications on
I know that the public for Weblogic Console Customizations is not very large, therefore i decided to make the course public available for self-study. Below you can find the presentation slides and LAB guide. The course is accompanied with an preconfigured VirtualBox OVM imaged which contains all the necessary LAB files. You can download the OVM here. A guest host with a dual-core processor and 4GB RAM is recommended.
In OIM JMS queues are used for storing the reconciliation events. These events are read from the JMS queues by Message Driven Beans (MDB) for processing. Each type of event is processed by a specific MDB and is stored in a dedicated queue of the OIMJMSModule. The MaxThreadsConstraint for the OIMMDBWorkManager sets the maximum number of concurrent threads for MDBs processing reconciliation events. A high number of c
On September the 10th and 17th i will be giving a bootcamp Extending the Weblogic Console at The Future Group. Participation in this bootcamp is free. You can subscribe here https://weblogic-console-customization.eventbrite.nl/