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Sadly someone exploited a weakness in one of the WordPress plugins to gain access to this site. As a result, we were forced to remove the blog from the internet. The hackers where able to use our blog for Spam activities. These activities continued for approx. 4 Hours, after which we notified the traffic and altered our firewall rules to stop the offending traffic. As a result the technology wasn’t available for our guests, and for this we apologize.
In the meanwhile we have installed a new server with the latest OS patches and latest WordPress and WP plugin versions. We weren’t able to restore all the functionality, and original plugins up to this point. As a result the following features are not available for our guest visitors atm:
- Login using your old account. All non-AMIS accounts have been suspended for this time.
- Commenting under our posts
- Advanced Post Rating
- Custom view settings, profiles etc.
- Hacking this blog using the userphoto plugin
We are working hard to restore all the old features.
In this blog I will show you how easy it is to build a process with Oracle Workflow. This demo consist of an automatic step (plsql function) and a FYI notification. The process will be deployed in the workflow environment described in my previous blog (Part 1).
Workflow Builder To build a process you need Oracle Workflow Builder 220.127.116.11. The install file can be downloaded from the following url: www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/workflow/index.html
Maybe the following question will arise after reading the title: Oracle Workflow isnâ€™t that obsolete technology?
The answer can be very short: Yes it is. (Read the SOD on http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/ias/workflow/workflow_sod.html)But itâ€™s still interesting enough to dive into it. Oracle Workflow is heavy used in the E-Business Suite and also used by Warehouse Builder, with, in both cases, workflow customizations. There are also a lot of customers using the standalone variant. Imagine they all want to convert to Oracle BPELâ€¦ Then it would be nice to know something about it.
In the next (at least) 3 blogs, i will give you a brief look into the world of Oracle Workflow, consisting of the following subjects:
â€¢ Building a simple workflowâ€¢ Setting up a workflow with email communicationâ€¢ Using the Business Event System
What do you need for a start?Download the Oracle database 10.2.0.1 and the corresponding Companion CD from OTN. You also need the Workflow builder software (in a later stage). It can be found at the following link: http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/workflow/index.html
The basic installation of the database software with More >
Here are some photo’s of the Oracle-L dinner at the Texas Bar & Grill on Monday evening during Hotsos 2008.
AMIS Technology Weblog in 2007: #1 Article: Anton's Solve Sudoku in SQL; 438.053 different visitors (USA and India on top), 877.504 page views; 67% new visits
74% of the traffic came from search engines, 18% from referrals from other sites (primarily oracle.com); 8% was direct. Most popular search terms were ‘spring jdbc’ ‘ejb 3.0′ and ‘fndload’.
The most popular article – with almost 10.000 visits – was Solving a Sudoku with 1 SQL-statement: the Model-clause by Anton Scheffer (http://technology.amis.nl/blog/?p=2066). "The (AJA)X Files – On the built-in AJAX facilities of ADF Faces for zero-code Rich User Experience" (http://technology.amis.nl/blog/?p=1211) was a close second, our all time favorite "Starting with Jasper More >
Oracle has informed him this week that the nomination for Sjoerd Michels, expertise manager for SOA & BI, for Oracle Regional Director Fusion Middleware has been accepted! Sjoerd hereby becomes member of an elite group of 23 ‘technoloy evangelists for Oracle Fusion Middleware’ from all around the world. He is only the third with this title inside The Netherlands and the second one at AMIS to be awarded this title. You can find Sjoerd on the Oracle Fusion Middleware Regional Director homepage on OTN.
Oracle’s statement on Regional Directors in general – and Sjoerd in particular – "Oracle Fusion Middleware Regional Directors are independent technologists identified by Oracle for their leadership and ability to share information about Oracle Fusion Middleware technology with their local technical communities. Regional Directors are trusted by their peers for providing an objective viewpoint and talking with developers in their own "language."
While Sjoerd’s nomination is of course his own achievement, it also reflects the deep commitment AMIS has with technology and especially building up expertise as a team and also sharing that information, not just within our own organization, More >