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Award season – bring the OFM Innovation Award and the Partner Award home to EMEA!

WebLogic on Oracle Database Appliance X4-2 (ODA) presentation

Java+EE Basic Training with Yakov Fain By Reza Rahman

Free Java Virtual Developer Day May 6th 2014

Middleware Snippets Rene van Wijk

WebLogic and Database connection issues by Cato Aune

WebLogic and Fusion Middleware Configuration Management using Chef and Puppet Webcast on-demand

A Weblogic Admin Console with a dynamic look and feel by Peter van Nes

 

Virtual Developer Conference: Creating a Foundation for Cloud Applications using Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Coherence - Webcast on-demand

IT-Security (Part 3): WebLogic Server and Java Security Features by Mohammad Esad-Djou

Deploy war on WebLogic server by WebLogic console by Hemant Kurmi

Getting the most out of WLDF Part 2: Watches by C2B2

Introduction to GlassFish Management and Monitoring By Reza Rahman & Adam Bien

Mobile suite video

Video Playlist: Oracle ADF Development: Web, Mobile and Beyond

 

Mobile Development for iOS and Android

Implementing Data Caching and Data Syncing by A-Team

Release Downloads for Oracle JDeveloper 11g (11.1.1.7.1) - Cloud Version

Innovate and Extend Oracle Applications to Mobile Webcast on-demand

Additional new material WebLogic Community April 2014

News from our Partners and Community

WebLogic Partner Community Calendar

Invite Your Colleagues to Join the WebLogic Community

WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter April 2014


Dear WebLogic Partner Community member,

Bring the OFM Innovation Award and the Partner Award home to EMEA! As you all submitted your OOW papers, it is now time to submit your awards.

At WebLogic Community Workspace ( WebLogic Community membership required) you can find the latest WebLogic on Oracle Database presentation and a mobile suite video. Rene’s top blog on WebLogic “Middleware Snippets” is a great source of content in a complete new layout.

WebLogic Blog

WebLogic on Facebook

WebLogic on LinkedIn

WebLogic on Twitter

WebLogic on Oracle Mix

WebLogic OPN Website

WebLogic Restricted Workspace

Do you want to learn more about WebLogic and Java? Use your spare time between projects to learn more on-demand! Try the WebLogic & Coherence Virtual Developer Conference and WebLogic and Fusion Middleware Configuration Management using Chef and Puppet. For Java developers we recommend Java+EE Basic on-demand training and the Java Virtual Developer Day May 6th 2014.

I would like to thank to the community for sharing the articles on: IT-Security (Part 3): WebLogic Server and Java Security Features, Getting the most out of WLDF Part 2: Watches, A WebLogic Admin Console with a dynamic look and feel, Deploy war on WebLogic server by WebLogic console, Introduction to GlassFish Management and Monitoring and WebLogic and Database connection issues.

In our ADF & ADF mobile section lots of mobile development content become available. At YouTube you can learn more about ADF Development: Web, Mobile and Beyond or Mobile Development for iOS and Android. For all Oracle Applications users we recommend Innovate and Extend Oracle Applications to Mobile. Thanks to the A-Team for the new article on Implementing Data Caching and Data Syncing. Finally a new product for cloud development became available JDeveloper 11g (11.1.1.7.1) - Cloud Version.

Best regards,

Jürgen Kress

Award season - bring the OFM Innovation Award and the Partner Award home to EMEA!
 

Oracle is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the 2014 Oracle Excellence Awards: Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation. The Oracle Excellence Awards for Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovationhonor organizations using Oracle Fusion Middleware to deliver unique business value. This year, the awards will recognize customers across nine distinct categories:

As a partner, do you consider yourself a pioneer in developing innovative solutions for customers across these product categories? Submit a customer nomination for Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation by June 20th, 2014, for a chance to win your customer a FREE registration to Oracle OpenWorld 2014 (September 28-October 2) in San Francisco, California. Top customers and partners will be showcased at Oracle Open World 2014, get a chance to mingle with Oracle executives, network with their peers and be featured in Oracle Publications. For additional details, go here.

The Specialized Partner of the Year Award recognizes the Global OPN Specialized partners’ commitment to delivering innovative solutions and business achievements.

The winners will be selected based on their solutions and business practices developed or delivered in fiscal 2014. This award recognizes partner excellence in a number of areas, including sales, marketing, solution development, and customer satisfaction.

Nomination Tips!
My personal tips for the awards: Oracle is a US company, write the text fancy! Highlight a customer case and the benefits they achieve based on Fusion Middleware. Key topics in Middleware are cloud &cloud integration, mobile and mobile integration, big & fast data and the usage of the latest Oracle product versions. Also highly appreciated are good business cases and business use cases. Submit both your OFM Innovation Award and Partner Award Regional and Global today!


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WebLogic Section
 

WebLogic on Oracle Database Appliance X4-2 (ODA) presentation

At our WebLogic Community Workspace ( WebLogic Community membership required) you can find the latest ODA presentation: WL on ODA X4-2 SalesBasics-PARTNERS.pptx.

The presentation includes

  • ODA:
    • Why we did it
    • Customers to target
    • Leading questions to discover opportunities
  • Recap: What’s new with WebLogic on ODA?
  • Positioning and sales plays
  • Resources

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Java+EE Basic Training with Yakov Fain By Reza Rahman
 

Those of us that have been around Java/Java EE for a little while sometimes tend to forget that Java is still an ever expanding ecosystem with many newcomers. Fortunately, not everyone misses this perspective, including well-respected Java veteran Yakov Fain. Yakov recently started a brand new free online video tutorial series focused on Java and Java EE beginners.

The very first of these excellent videos is posted below. The slides for the tutorial series are available here. Yakov is working to update the content to EE 7 and he uses GlassFish 4. If there are folks you know that would benefit from this content, please do pass on word. Even if you are an experienced developer, it sometimes helps to sit back and review the basics.

It's quite remarkable that someone of Yakov's stature took the time out to create content for absolute beginners. For those unaware, Yakov is one of the earliest Java champions and one would be very hard pressed to match his many contributions to the Java community. The tutorial demonstrates his continued passion, commitment and humility. Watch the video here.

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Free Java Virtual Developer Day May 6th 2014
 

May 6th , Oracle will host a Virtual Developer Day covering Java SE 8, Java EE 7 and Java Embedded.

By attending the VDD Java EE Track, you will get an introduction to the new APIs added to Java EE 7 : Concurrency Utilities for Java EE (JSR 236), the Batch API (JSR 352), JSON-P (JSR 353) and the WebSocket API (JSR 356). In addition, JAX-RS 2.0 and JMS 2.0 will also be covered.

The VDD is also your chance to interact with various Oracle experts. Several Specification Leads and the Java EE Evangelism Team will be available during the whole event to answer all your questions.

To cope with the different Time Zone, the VDD will be run 3 times :

  • May 6th - 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. PDT / 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. EDT / 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. BRT
  • May 14th - 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM BST/ 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM CEST / 12:00 Noon - 4:00 PM GST / 12:00 Noon - 4:00 PM MSK
  • May 21st - 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM IST / 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM SGT / 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM AEDT

The VDD is free to attend, just make sure to register. The complete agenda and the registration details can be found here.

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Middleware Snippets Rene van Wijk
 

Thanks to Rene for the nice updated blog! “A blog that mediates between an application program and a network.” The blog is dedicated to the latest information for WebLogic & application server technologies, make sure you visit it regular! Some of the latest articles include:

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WebLogic and Database connection issues by Cato Aune
 

Cato AuneDatabase connection issues could sometimes be hard to solve for a middleware administrator. Below are three scenarios that we have run into, and that are easy to check, now that you know about them:

Initial connection pool When you configure a connection pool in WebLogic (from 10.3.6/12.1) you can set Initial Capacity. Initial Capacity is the number of physical connections to create when creating the connection pool in the data source. Depending on your application(s) you might be tempted to set this to a high value, but be aware of at least two issues.

  • It takes longer time to start your WebLogic server (but since you rarely restarts the server that might not be an issue)
  • If for some reason your WebLogic server can’t reach your database server, your WebLogic server never reaches RUNNING state, but stops at ADMIN state. Of course your database server should be available all the time (in theory), but if both your database server and WebLogic server have been down in the maintenance window, and your WebLogic server boots faster than the database server, you are out of luck.

Missing test table You can enable Test Connections on Reserve (Advanced option on the Connection Pool tab). If you do that, you have to provide a Test Table Name (or a SQL, more about that below). The default SQL code used to test a connection is “select count(*) from TestTableName”. So what happens when someone cleans up the database and accidentally deletes the test table. Well, the SQL will fail, and your connection pool will after a while not have any valid connections.

One way to avoid this is to provide a SQL instead of just a table name, to override the default SQL. If you provide SQL SELECT 1 FROM DUAL you should always get a sane reply from the database, as long as it is up and running.

Your not so friendly neighbourhood firewall Servers usually expects tcp keepalive to be two hours, which means that a tcp connection could be idle for two hours before it is considered idle, or before a keep alive packet is sent. Unfortunately most firewalls thinks that one hour is more then enough and drops idle tcp connections after 3600 seconds. Even more unfortunately firewalls tends to just drop packets for closed connections, instead of sending a reject message back (for a firewall facing external traffic it makes sense to drop forbidden packets coming from internet, but for internal traffic a reject would have solved many issues).

The result is that after a low traffic period, i.e. during a night, weekend or a public holiday, you have a connection pool full of connections that doesn’t work. Read the complete article here.

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WebLogic and Fusion Middleware Configuration Management using Chef and Puppet Webcast on-demand
 

Chef and Puppet, are popular tools to manage WebLogic Server and other Fusion Middleware configurations. Share with your customers a brand-new video on demand that showcases how these popular assembly technologies can provide continuous, detailed configurations for WebLogic Server 12c. Video on-demand.

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A Weblogic Admin Console with a dynamic look and feel by Peter van Nes
 

In my previous post i explained how to build your a custom look and feel for the Weblogic Administration Console, which is a result of research into a possibility to distinguish Weblogic Consoles in DTAP environments. My initial plan was to develop a separate look and feel for each specific environment, simply because i did not know what the possibilities were. I quickly abandoned this plan and developed one Weblogic Admin Console look and feel which adapts itself to the environment wherein it is deployed.

At most sites there is a way to determine if your host is running in a Development, Test, Acceptation or Production environment. The key data used to differentiate these environments depends on the infrastructure. It can be for example the IP-address, DNS name or Weblogic Domain name. A customer for example has standardized the weblogic domain names in such a way that the first position of the domain name corresponds with the environment. A Weblogic Development domain therefore always starts with a ‘D’, test with ‘T’, etc.  In this article i will show you how to make the Weblogic Console adapt its look and feel based on the Weblogic Domain name.

The Weblogic Admin Console login page is defined in /login/LoginForm.jsp which imports the MBeanUtils.class file. This class contains a lot of valuable methods. One of those methods, getDomainName() returns as it says the name of the Weblogic Domain. Simply by adding the following single line of Java as a JSP expression to LoginForm.jsp gives you the Weblogic domain name for which the Admin Console is opened. Read the complete article here.

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Virtual Developer Conference: Creating a Foundation for Cloud Applications using Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Coherence - Webcast on-demand
 

This virtual developer day content will guide you through tooling updates and best practices around developing applications with WebLogic and Coherence as target platforms. We'll also explore advances in how you can manage your build, deploy and ongoing management processes to streamline your application's life cycle. Register to learn about tooling updates and best practices for developing applications.

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IT-Security (Part 3): WebLogic Server and Java Security Features by Mohammad Esad-Djou
 

WebLogic Server and Java Security Features [1]  WebLogic Server supports the Java SE and Java EE Security to protect the resources of whole system. The resources could be Web applications, Uniform Resource Locator (URL), Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs), and Connector components.

Java SE capabilities: Security APIs p3_realm_1Java uses APIs to access security features and functionality and its architecture contains a large set of application programming interfaces (APIs), tools, and implementations of commonly-used security algorithms, and protocols. This delivers the developer a complete security framework for writing applications and enables them to extend the platform with new security mechanisms.[2]

Java Authentication and Authorization Services (JAAS) WebLogic Server uses the Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) classes to consistently and securely authenticate to the client. JAAS is a part of Java SE Security APIs and a set of Java packages that enable services to authenticate and enforce access controls upon users and /or fat-client authentication for applications, applets, Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), or servlets.

JAAS uses a Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM) framework, and permits the use of new or updated authentication technologies without requiring modifications to the application. Therefore, only developers of custom Authentication providers and developers of remote fat client applications need to be involved with JAAS directly. Users of thin clients or developers of within-container fat client applications do not require the direct use or knowledge of JAAS.

JAAS LoginModules All LoginModules are responsible for authenticating users within the security realm (we are going to discuss about that later) and for populating a subject with the necessary principals (users/groups). LoginModules contains necessary methods for Login Context, Accounts, Credentials, configuration of them, and different ways to exception handling. Each Authentication providers will be configured in a security realm, its LoginModules will store principals within the same subject too. I try to present that with an example: Via WebLogic Server Admin Console: Home >myDomain > Domain Structure click on Security Realms and then create a new realm “Moh_Realm-0” and then click on “OK” Read the complete article here.

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Deploy war on WebLogic server by WebLogic console by Hemant Kurmi
 

In this post we will see how to deploy a war on weblogic by using weblogic console.

  • First start the admin server of your weblogic server  for this browse to the path of domain of your weblogic server .it will be some what like D:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains here you will get all the domains created so in D:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\Domain_name\bin you will get  startWebLogic.cmd or startWebLogic.sh depending on your OS Just run it and you will see a cmd console
  • Now If your weblogic server is started succssfully it will display running in console
  • After starting weblogic server succssfully . Open the weblogic console from the below link Read the complete article here.

 

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Getting the most out of WLDF Part 2: Watches by C2B2
 

In this post, I'll be looking at using watches in WLDF.

What is a watch? A watch, at its most basic, is simply a way to monitor one of three things:

  • MBeans
  • A server log
  • Instrumentation (event) data

To configure an instrumentation watch, you first need to know what instrumentation is, and how to instrument applications or servers, so we’ll put that to one side for now. A server log watch is exactly that - a watch to monitor the server log for anything you want! For example, all Critical severity log entries, entries which mention a particular server or particular log message IDs. An MBean watch relies on the Harvester to collect server runtime MBean metrics which does not need to be configured separately for your watch to work, but do bear in mind that the data gathered will not be archived unless you configure the Harvester properly:

Note:
If you define a watch rule to monitor an MBean (or MBean attributes) that the Harvester is not configured to harvest, the watch will work. The Harvester will "implicitly" harvest values to satisfy the requirements set in the defined watch rules. However, data harvested in this way (that is, implicitly for a watch) will not be archived. See Chapter 7, "Configuring the Harvester for Metric Collection," for more information about the Harvester.

How do I make a watch? I’ve already mentioned that Instrumentation watches require a little understanding of instrumentation first, so I won’t cover them here. If you’re already familiar with instrumentation, then configuring watches for your instrumented applications isn’t too tricky.

Step 1: Create a Diagnostic Module The first step in creating watches is always the same. In the Domain Structure pane, select “Diagnostic Modules” under the “Diagnostics” entry.

Select a diagnostic module if you’ve created one, or create a new one if not. Since creating a new module only requires you to name it (and provide an optional description), you’ll need to configure it once you’ve created it. The most important thing to do is to target it to the server you want to monitor. Read the complete article here.

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Introduction to GlassFish Management and Monitoring By Reza Rahman & Adam Bien
 

Robust management and monitoring is a key value proposition for modern Java EE application servers that most developers seem to be unaware of. Fortunately this is changing rapidly as more and more developers get exposed to operations concerns via the DevOps movement.

GlassFish has never been a slouch when it comes to management and monitoring (although an application server like WebLogic truly excels in this area).

GlassFish has long provided many ways for management and monitoring including the admin console GUI, the asadmin command-line tool, a REST admin interface and JMX. If you don't know about these features as a GlassFish user, you owe it to yourself to learn a bit more about it.

A golden opportunity for this was recently organized by our friends at the London GlassFish User Group. On March 6th they organized an excellent virtual event with celebrated Java EE advocate, author, JCP expert and Java Champion Adam Bien on GlassFish management and monitoring. Fortunately for all of us, the event was recorded and you can check out the video below:

Much of the material covered in the talk is also covered in a recent OTN article that Adam wrote - it might be easier to use as a reference. Watch the Adam Bien video here. & Read the complete article here.

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ADF & ADF mobile section
 

Mobile suite video

Easily create and deliver engaging user experiences for the enterprise on one secure platform, for any device, on any application, and any data. At our WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) you can download a great introduction video of MobileSuiteIntroduction.mp4.

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Video Playlist: Oracle ADF Development: Web, Mobile and Beyond
 

Whether you participated in the OTN Virtual Developer Day on Oracle ADF Development - Web, Mobile and Beyond and want to see the video presentations again, or you were doing something far less productive and only now realize your mistake, you can now relive the Virtual Developer Day experience with the complete collection of videos from the event, organized into playlists, all freely available on YouTube. View the playlist.

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Mobile Development for iOS and Android
 

This series of videos represent the entire session schedule for OTN Virtual Developer Day: Mobile Development for iOS and Android, originally presented during a webcast on August 7, 2013. Watch the videos here.

 

 

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Preparing to Go Mobile: Oracle ADF Mobile and Developing for iOS and Android

 

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Introduction to ADF Mobile

 

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ADF Mobile: The Data Layer

 

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UI Design and Device Integration

 

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OTN Virtual Developer Day - Oracle ADF Mobile Hands-on Lab

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Implementing Data Caching and Data Syncing by A-Team
 

Oracle's A-Team has developed a free JDeveloper extension called the "ADF Mobile Persistence Sample". This extension contains powerful design-time wizards and a comprehensive runtime library, allowing you to very quickly create a mobile application with data caching and data syncing capabilities. Check out this impressive video that shows the development process with this extension from start to finish.

More information can be found in two articles on the A-Team Chronicles website:

Oracle A-Team and Mobile Platform Product Management are currently investigating how the functionality of this extension can best be integrated in future releases of the product.

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Release Downloads for Oracle JDeveloper 11g (11.1.1.7.1) - Cloud Version
 

This version is meant for Oracle ADF deployment on the Oracle Cloud only! You can't use this version for on premise deployment.

Visit the Installation Guide for Oracle JDeveloper for an overview of the installation process and the Oracle JDeveloper Certification Information for platform specific information. To download the software visit OTN.

 

 

 

 

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Innovate and Extend Oracle Applications to Mobile Webcast on-demand
 

Join this webcast to learn about Oracle AppAdvantage. It’s a program powered by Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies that includes the Oracle mobile platform, an integrated set of technologies. The platform lets you rapidly build, deploy, secure, and integrate mobile applications with Oracle Applications and third-party applications for any device and any data source. Watch the webcast here.

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Additional new material WebLogic Community April 2014
 

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News from our Partners and Community
 

Send us your tweets @wlscommunity #WebLogicCommunity and follow us on twitter
http://twitter.com/wlscommunity. Please feel free to send us your news!

 

WebLogic CommunityWebLogic Community Fusion Middleware Partner Community Awards 2014 here


Peter van NesA new post; "Changing session-timeout for OIM 11gR2 consoles" here @wlscommunity
#WebLogicCommunity


Oracle WebLogicRegister now - Virtual Developer Day: Java 2014 - May 6th (North America), May 14th (EMEA) and May 21st (APAC) here


WebLogic CommunityWebLogic Community Writing the April edition of the #WebLogicCommunity newsletter - feel free to share @wlscommunity! Any content about #WebLogic and #ADF :-)


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1440276858/avatar_normal.jpgC2B2 Consulting'A watch is simply a way to monitor one of three things:#MBeans, server log & instrumentation data' here #JEE


AMIS, Oracle & Java3-day European Enterprise 2 Mobility #Oracle Conference. Must visit for FMW developer2. With @chriscmuir @fnimphiu here


WebLogic CommunityWebLogic Community Call for presentations Oracle OpenWorld & Java One 2014 here


JDeveloper & ADFNew Oracle JDeveloper 11.1.1.7.1 for Oracle ADF Deployment on the Oracle Cloud


Oracle WebLogic Union Pacific Railroad Runs 36K Miles of Rail Track with #OracleCoherence. here


JDeveloper & ADF Hide All Search Operators for ADF View Criteria Item here


Andrejus Baranovskis Andrejus Baranovskis Blog: Hide All Search Operators for ADF View Criteria Item here


GlassFishFree Java Virtual Developer Day here

 


Jon petter hjulstad Weblogic and connection problems by @catoaune here


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/82608077/abien_icon_normal.jpgAdam BienRomanian devs are crazy. 150 java devs registered for @transylvaniajug here In 24h... The Palinca + #javaee effect :-)


ADF EMG Need an ADF solution that works offline? Check out the thread on the forums: here


WebLogic CommunityWebLogic Community Additional new material WebLogic Community here

 


Diby MalakarBecome an Oracle app publisher on the Oracle Cloud Marketplace at here


JDeveloper & ADF ADF Tips: How to get value of UI Components here

 


Oracle SOA‏ Oracle IoT - Online Forum here

 


OTNArchBeatThe OTNArchBeat Daily is out! here Stories via @wlscommunity @netbeans
@JavaOneConf


Oracle WebLogic Get Ready for IoT - @OTNArchBeat here

 


OracleSupport_WLSNeed quick access to download the latest release of WLS? Bookmark worthy link here


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1440276858/avatar_normal.jpgC2B2 ConsultingC2B2 Blog:'Getting the most out of #WebLogic Diagnostic Framework Part 2: Watches' by @croft here #JEE #Java

JDeveloper & ADFRe-Enabling USB Debugging in Android 4.3 here

 


Simon HaslamDoes anyone know why OFM 12.1.2 doc link is not on here? /cc @OracleWebLogic @wlscommunity


Lucas JellemaGood intro to the new NetBeans 8.0 release - here


Oracle WebLogic Therap Services replaces JBoss with #WebLogic: Improved Application Speed and Management - Ruma Sanyal here


GlassFishIntro to GlassFish Management and Monitoring: here via @AdamBien @c2b2consulting @reza_rahman #glassfish


AMIS, Oracle & Java 3-day European Enterprise 2 Mobility #Oracle Conference. Must visit for FMW developer2. With @chriscmuir @fnimphiu here


JDeveloper & ADFGot a cool #OracleADF or #ADF Mobile application? submit your story and you could win an Oracle OpenWorld pass… here


JavaWow, check out the Java Tutorials blog for a listing of #Java8 videos that can help you! here


adfArchSquareI added a video to a @YouTube playlist here 48. Design - Designing

 

Simon RitterThe new #Java magazine is out with lots of great content on #JDK8 and Java ME 8. here

 

Markus Eisele This year's #Java and #javaee sessions at #ougn presented by @brunoborges @aslakknutsen and many others. Great! pic.twitter.com/7S280fHTGO


WebLogic CommunityWebLogic Community Java Cloud security leaks here

 


Java#NightHacking live from Alpes JUG Thursday Join in person or online hereFollow @_NightHacking for time

Java‏ I added a video to a @YouTube playlist here I2C Component with Raspberry Pi


OracleNew @JavaEmbedded @Raspberry_Pi device translates your cat's meow here #Java pic.twitter.com/3tgz3WbipB

 
Oracle ACE ProgramCalling all ADF Developers! Submit your nomination for the 2014 Oracle Excellence Awards: Oracle Fusion... here


WebLogic CommunityWebLogic Community Explaining change indicator property for ADF attribute by Andrejus Baranovskis here


Oracle WebLogic#WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter March 2014 here


Oracle WebLogicCool stuff - #Weblogic WLST ( Weblogic Scripting Tool ) here


WebLogic CommunityWebLogic Community WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter March 2014 here


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/82608077/abien_icon_normal.jpgAdam BienMaterials for #javaee html5 workshop uploaded: here Thanks for attending here


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/82608077/abien_icon_normal.jpgAdam Bien Btw. there are already sufficient registrations for all upcoming here (April, July)


Oracle WebLogic Win free pass to #OOW14. Innovating with #WebLogic, #OracleCoherence? Submit nominations for Excellence Awards: here


JavaOne Conference Create apps with @Gemalto Board with Java here New Training #IoTDevChallenge Win a #JavaOne Trip here


OracleBlogstop tweets WebLogic Partner Community March 2014 here

 


Andrejus Baranovskis Andrejus Baranovskis Blog: Red Samurai Performance Audit Tool v 3.0 - Getting Smarter here


Johan Louwers#Oracle Call for Nominations: Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation 2014 here


JDeveloper & ADF Design - Architecting for Mobile Integration Overview - YouTube here


OracleSupport_WLS Opportunity continues to take discounted #Oracle #WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I Exam (1Z1-133) here


Bruno Borges G+Java: You have never seen a documentation like this. #Java8 docs rock! Tutorials, APIs, Getting Started, and more! here


Ashish Awasthi @wlscommunity @JDeveloper Executing SQL query in an #ADF here


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1440276858/avatar_normal.jpgC2B2 ConsultingC2B2 Blog: 'Weblogic - Dynamic Clustering in practice' by Andy Overton here #JEE #Java


Oracle Middleware Looking to integrate existing apps w/ mobile apps? #oracle AppAdvantage is the strategy to get there. Hear how. here


WebLogic CommunityWebLogic CommunityImprove Your Oracle ADF App Response Time by as Much as 70 Percent by OTN and Amis here


GlassFishWe are today very proud to announce the plans and roadmap for our loved GlassFish server and its upcoming versions here

 

RohanAf InputDate Default Message hint here @JDeveloper @adf @wlscommunity


Bruno Borges Chris Tonas answers questions on #Oracle's plan for #NetBeans 9 here


Wolfgang WeigendToday #Java8 launch webcast worldwide and at DOAG iJUG Javaland Germany 6pm here


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/82608077/abien_icon_normal.jpgAdam BienYou are invited to a Java EE/SE/FX #airhacks "Come Together" tomorrow: here with #airbräu draft beer.


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/82608077/abien_icon_normal.jpgAdam BienSamples for yesterday's #airhacks #bootstrap #javaee workshop uploaded: here … Thanks for attending!


orclateamsoa #orclateamsoa Blog: Improve SSL Support for Your WebLogic Domains here


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1440276858/avatar_normal.jpgC2B2 ConsultingC2B2 #GlassFish Support-our engineers provide their expertise as backup to your operations teams #JEE #Java here


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/82608077/abien_icon_normal.jpgAdam BienFree Java 8 / java EE 7 / Java FX 8 After Dark Session and Virtual, World Wide Java QA: March 26th, 6.30 - 7.... here


https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/82608077/abien_icon_normal.jpgAdam BienThanks for attending the #java8 party. See you next week in Munich!: here

 

 

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WebLogic Partner Community Calendar
 
Date Training Location By Focus
02.04.2014-04.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance (In French) Strasbourg, France  Oracle University  Tech 
02.04.2014-04.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance (In Polish) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
06.04.2014-10.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Dubai, UAE  Oracle University  Tech 
07.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
07.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration (In Italian) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
07.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In English) Oslo, Norway  Oracle University  Tech 
07.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In French) Strasbourg, France  Oracle University  Tech 
07.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In French) Colombes, France  Oracle University  Tech 
07.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Lisbon, Portugal  Oracle University  Tech 
07.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In Spanish) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
07.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II  Reading, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
07.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II(In English) Utrecht, Nederland  Oracle University  Tech 
07.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In German) Erlagen, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
08.04.2014-11.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Diagnostics and Troubleshooting (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
14.04.2014-15.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Polish) Warsaw, Poland  Oracle University  Tech 
14.04.2014-15.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: JMS Administration (In German) Munich, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
14.04.2014-16.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Performance Tuning Workshop (In English) London, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
14.04.2014-18.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration (In Croatian) Zagreb, Croatia  Oracle University  Tech 
14.04.2014-18.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In Italian) Milano, Italy  Oracle University  Tech 
14.04.2014-18.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In Czech) Prague, Czech Republic  Oracle University  Tech 
14.04.2014-18.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Concepts de base de l'administration (In French) Colombes, France  Oracle University  Tech 
16.04.2014-18.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Performance Tuning Workshop (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
21.04.-25.04.2013  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Concepts de base de l'administration (In French) Harare, Zimbabwe  Oracle University  Tech 
21.04.-25.04.2013  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
21.04.-25.04.2013  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
21.04.-25.04.2013  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Spanish) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
22.04.2014-24.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Performance Tuning Workshop (In English)  Utrecht, Netherlands  Oracle University  Tech 
22.04.2014-25.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Diagnostics et résolution des incidents (In French) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
23.04.2014-25.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance (In Czech) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
23.04.2014-25.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance (In Hungarian) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
28.-29.04.2014 Oracle WebLogic 4 Dummies - Technical Training/ Hands-On (In German) Munich, Germany Corry Weick/ Local Presales  Tech
30.04.2014 Oracle WebLogic - 12c - New Features - Technical Training/ Hands-On (In German) Munich, Germany Corry Weick/ Local Presales  Tech
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05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials  Brussels, Belgium  Oracle University  Tech 
05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials  Vilvoorde, Belgium  Oracle University  Tech 
05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In Italian) Roma, Italy  Oracle University  Tech 
05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In Spanish) Madrid, Spain  Oracle University  Tech 
05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Vilvoorde, Belgium  Oracle University  Tech 
05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Vilvoorde, Belgium  Oracle University  Tech 
05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In Dutch) Utrecht, Nederland  Oracle University  Tech 
05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In German) Hannover, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In German) Dresden, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Portuguese ) Lisbon, Portugal  Oracle University  Tech 
05.05.-09.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Romanian) Bucharest, Romania  Oracle University  Tech 
06.-07.05.2014 Oracle WebLogic Server Management with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c -Bootcamp (In German) Duesseldorf, Germany Corry Weick/ Local Presales  Tech
06.05.-10.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration  London, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
06.05.-10.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration  London, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
06.05.-10.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Diagnostics and Troubleshooting (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
07.05.-08.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: JMS Administration (In German) Dusseldorf, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
12.05.2014-14.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Performance Tuning Workshop (In Italian)  Milano, Italy  Oracle University  Tech 
12.05.-16.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Reading, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
12.05.-16.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
12.05.-16.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In French) Colombes, France  Oracle University  Tech 
12.05.-16.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In German) Dresden, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
12.05.-16.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In German) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
12.05.-16.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
12.05.-16.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In German) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
12.05.2014-16.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Slovakian) Bratislava, Slovakia  Oracle University  Tech 
14.05.2014-15.04.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Performance Tuning Workshop (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
16.05.2014-20.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In Turkish)  Istanbul, Turkey  Oracle University  Tech 
16.05.2014-20.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In English) Vilvoorde, Belgium  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration (In French) Colombes, France  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In English)  Kista, Sweden  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In English) Espoo, Finland  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In Polish) Warsaw, Poland  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.2014-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In English) Ballerup, Denmark  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.2014-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In Greek) Athens, Greece  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Espoo, Finland  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Kista, Sweden  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In Italian) Roma, Italy  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In German) Dusseldorf, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.2014-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Ballerup, Denmark  Oracle University  Tech 
27.05.2014-31.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II  London, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
19.05.2014-23.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Spanish) Madrid, Spain  Oracle University  Tech 
26.05.2014-28.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Performance Tuning Workshop  Vilvoorde, Belgium  Oracle University  Tech 
26.05.2014-28.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance (In Greek)  Athens, Greece  Oracle University  Tech 
26.05.2014-28.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
26.05.2014-30.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In Spanish) Madrid, Spain  Oracle University  Tech 
26.05.2014-30.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration (In Turkish) Istanbul, Turkey  Oracle University  Tech 
26.05.2014-30.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Johannesburg, South Africa  Oracle University  Tech 
26.05.2014-30.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In Hungarian) Budapest, Hungary  Oracle University  Tech 
26.05.2014-30.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Czech) Prague, Czech Republic  Oracle University  Tech 
26.05.2014-30.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Italian) Milano, Italy  Oracle University  Tech 
27.05.2014-29.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Performance Tuning Workshop  London, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
27.05.2014-31.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II  London, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
28.05.2014-30.05.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance  Leeds, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
01.06.2014-05.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II(In English) Utrecht, Nederland  Oracle University  Tech 
02.06.2014-04.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance (In Turkish)  Istanbul, Turkey  Oracle University  Tech 
02.06.2014-06.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration (In French) Colombes, France  Oracle University  Tech 
02.06.2014-06.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In French) Colombes, France  Oracle University  Tech 
02.06.2014-04.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) Johannesburg, South Africa  Oracle University  Tech 
02.06.2014-06.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In French) Colombes, France  Oracle University  Tech 
02.06.2014-06.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In German) Berlin, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
09.06.2014-10.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: JMS Administration (In Czech) Prague, Czech Republic  Oracle University  Tech 
09.06.2014-10.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In English) Ballerup, Denmark  Oracle University  Tech 
09.06.2014-13.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
09.06.2014-13.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In English) London, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
09.06.2014-13.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II  Manchester, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
09.06.2014-13.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In English) Espoo, Finland  Oracle University  Tech 
09.06.2014-13.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In English) Kista, Sweden  Oracle University  Tech 
11.06.2014-13.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance (In French) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
11.06.2014-13.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance (In Italian) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
16.06.2014-20.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II  London, United Kindom  Oracle University  Tech 
16.06.2014-20.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Italian) Roma, Italy  Oracle University  Tech 
16.06.2014-20.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In French) Luxembourg, Luxembourg  Oracle University  Tech 
18.06.2014-20.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Performance Tuning Workshop (In English) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
22.06.2014-26.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In English) Dubai, UAE  Oracle University  Tech 
23.06.2014-27.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In Spanish) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
23.06.2014-27.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In Polish) Warsaw, Poland  Oracle University  Tech 
23.06.2014-27.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials (In French) Colombes, France  Oracle University  Tech 
23.06.2014-27.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In German) Hamburg, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
23.06.2014-27.06.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Hungarian) Budapest, Hungary  Oracle University  Tech 
29.06.-03.07.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration  Dubai, Emirates  Oracle University  Tech 
30.06.-04.07.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In German) Gummersbach, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
30.06.-04.07.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I (In German) Munich, Germany  Oracle University  Tech 
30.06.-04.07.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In Spanish) Online  Oracle University  Tech 
30.06.-04.07.2014  Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration II (In French) Luxembourg, Luxembourg  Oracle University  Tech 

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Please feel free to invite your colleagues to join the WebLogic Community and to participate in the WebLogic Assessment tests. For registration please login the Oracle PartnerNetwork and go to: www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea.

For any questions on the above or concerning WebLogic and Oracle in general please contact the Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels WebLogic Team.

 

Best regards,

Juergen Kress

Jürgen Kress
WebLogic and SOA Partner Adoption EMEA
Tel. +49 89 1430 1479
E-Mail: juergen.kress@oracle.com

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