Oracle Fusion Middleware - Business Activity Monitoring

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NEW!  BAM 12c Foundation Training

This is Oracle BAM 12c foundation training material for designed to be used with the SOA Suite 12.1.3 VirtualBox VM now available on OTN.

BAM 12c Educational White Papers / Hands-on instructional documents for using 12c 

Springboard Tutorial

BAM Active Data Service 12.1.3 / resource zip file

Dashboard Visualizations in Oracle BAM 12.1.3 / resources zip file

Event Stream Analytics in Oracle BAM 12.1.3 / resources zip file

Pattern Matching Capabilities in Oracle BAM 12.1.3 / resources zip file

The associated zip files contain samples related to the white paper. This zip file contains scripts or information common to all samples:

Tech Notes

Using ODI with BAM 12c

Using a custom action to automatically re-populate an external dimension data object in BAM 12c  (Associated Custom Action JAR file)

NEW!  Using Advanced Queuing (AQ) to integrate with BAM 12c

Samples and Demos

NEW!  BAM 12c Drill Across Combo Chart Sample

Populating BAM 12c from a SOA Composite using JMS
Note: A JDeveloper 12c BAM Connection is NOT required!

See the "White papers" section above for specific 12c demos on various subjects. The associated zip file contains the necessary artifacts.

BAM 11g Samples and Demos

Sample Code for Developers and Admins (Other Oracle Products)


Migrating from BAM 11g to BAM 12c

Oracle White paper: 11g to 12c Migration in Oracle BAM 12.1.3

The most important thing to know when migrating from BAM 11g to 12c is to check the box "Turn this query into a continuous query" for any any charts that you want changing dynamically in real-time. 
This check-box can be found in the "Runtime-Interaction" section under "Active Data". This is NOT available for all chart types. See the Using Active Data section of the documentation for specific details.

Continuous Query

Using BAM 12c with an 11g Database

Prior to installing BAM 12c, Oracle recommends that you set-up your database to use SecureFiles. SecureFiles is the default storage mechanism for LOBs starting with Oracle Database 12c and Oracle strongly recommends SecureFiles for storing and managing LOBs, rather then BasicFiles. BasicFiles will be deprecated in a future release.
They will need to set a parameter to make SecureFiles the default before installing the SOA tables.

Example: ALTER SYSTEM SET db_securefile = 'ALWAYS';

This can significantly improve the performance for BAM 12c.
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