In one of the previous blog-articles a colleague of mine described how to start an OC4J-container on the command line. Which was and is correct, butâ€¦ Iâ€™m a database administrator and – Sorry Rob ) we donâ€™t like to leave machines with user – or even worse â€“ administrative accounts still logged on to production systems. So, here comes a description how to start/stop OC4J-standalone as a Windows service using a tool called JavaService.exe (to download via object.org). (more…)
or How to deploy into an application-specific OCJ4-container on Oracle AS 10.1.3 without JBOExecption during deployment when your application uses ADF Lately our developers were working on an application which uses ADF and requested an Oracle AS 10.1.3 J2EE implementation as webserver for the deployment of this Java application.The webserver was quickly and effortlessly installed and the ear-file was soon ready to install. A deadline was lurking for the acceptance testing by the client and up to now everthing went smoothly until …the deployment. (more…)
At first I couldn’t remember this dcm-commands and always had to type them at least twice untill… I learned about the “shell”- subcommand which is part of Oracle iAS’s since iAS9i Rel.1.
Oddly enough, this shell is almost hidden behind a cloud of silence from Oracle’s side and I haven’t found it used in any of the How-to books I read. So why bother?
Because it can make the life of an application server administrator easier â€“ type- and otherwise. It’s a simple command shell for all dcm-commands. It is a little bit like the old command-line servermanager all dba’s know. (more…)