Book review: Oracle APEX Best Practices

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Oracle APEX Best Practices explains how to build robust and secure APEX applications. The authors have a proven track record in the Oracle APEX world. The intended audience of this book is a developer with some APEX experience. Oracle APEX Best Practices is not the beginners guide into APEX. But after you have made your first steps in APEX development, you should definitely take a look at this book.

SOA Suite 11g advanced training experiences

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On Monday july 16, I got up very early and took the plane to Munich to join the “SOA Suite 11g advanced” training. This training was a track of the Oracle Fusion Middleware Summer Camps organized by Jürgen Kress. The other tracks were “ADF for BPM Suite 11g advanced training” and “WebCenter Sites 11g advanced training”. About 25 participants from several (mostly) European countries showed up for the SOA track. In this blogpost I will share some of my experiences of this three-day training.

Enabling SNMP traps in the Oracle Service Bus

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The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a lightweight protocol for monitoring devices on a network, for instance servers. The protocol distinguishes between administrative computer(s) who’s responsibility is the monitoring of other devices called agents. Communication between manager and agents is established by Program Data Units (PDU). An example of […]

Starting WebLogic managed servers without providing username and password manually – SOA Suite 11g tip

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After installing the Oracle SOA suite 11g, you will notice that you have to enter username and password  for each managed server during startup and shutdown. This in contrary to the administration server where you don’t need to enter username and password at startup. I was wondering if there was […]