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    It’s already almost that time of year again. Which means I need to let you know what you can expect from our team at the world’s largest Oracle event – Oracle Open World. Sessions start on Sunday, September the 18th – but the fun with our team starts on Saturday morning. Kris Rice and I will be... [Read More]

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    Oracle Database Administrators and Java Programmers now more than ever, need Cloud-ready skills.

    Oracle Certification fills this need with two new Cloud Service exams in the Oracle Database and Java spaces.

    New Cloud Service certifications aim to add Cloud knowledge and skills to your existing Java and Database foundations with a specific focus on Cloud Services.

    An Oracle Database Cloud Service Operations Certified Associate has working knowledge of databases with some admin skills. This certification provides database operators who use Oracle Database Cloud Service to provision cloud services a path to certification.

    An Oracle Database Cloud Administrator Certified Associate has a foundation in database administration skills. Earning this certification gives the Oracle Database Administration OCA essential cloud skills and knowledge.

    An Oracle Database Cloud Administrator Certified Professional relies on the strong database administration background received through the Oracle Database Administrator Certified Professional certification while delivering key Cloud skills and knowledge.

    An Oracle Java Cloud Service Certified Associate has a strong foundation in the key areas of functionality of the Java Cloud Service and how to use them as they develop, deploy and migrate Java EE applications.


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    The Critical Patch Update (CPU) for July 2016 was released on July 19, 2016. Oracle strongly recommends applying the patches as soon as possible.

    The Critical Patch Update Advisory is the starting point for relevant information. It includes a list of products affected, pointers to obtain the patches, a summary of the security vulnerabilities, and links to other important documents.

    Supported products that are not listed in the "Supported Products and Components Affected" Section of the advisory do not require new patches to be applied.

    The Critical Patch Update Advisory is available at the following location:

    It is essential to review the Critical Patch Update supporting documentation referenced in the Advisory before applying patches.

    The next four Critical Patch Update release dates are:

    • October 18, 2016
    • January 17, 2017
    • April 18, 2017
    • July 18, 2017

    References

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    Java logThe latest Java Runtime Environment 1.6.0_121 (a.k.a. JRE 6u121-b9) and later updates on the JRE 6 codeline are now certified with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.x for Windows-based desktop clients.

    All JRE 6, 7, and 8 releases are certified with EBS upon release

    Our standard policy is that all E-Business Suite customers can apply all JRE updates to end-user desktops:

    • From JRE 1.6.0_03 and later updates on the JRE 6 codeline
    • From JRE 1.7.0_10 and later updates on the JRE 7 codeline 
    • From JRE 1.8.0_25 and later updates on the JRE 8 codeline
    We test all new JRE releases in parallel with the JRE development process, so all new JRE releases are considered certified with the E-Business Suite on the same day that they're released by our Java team. 

    You do not need to wait for a certification announcement before applying new JRE 6, 7, or 8 releases to your EBS users' desktops.

    Effects of new support dates on Java upgrades for EBS environments

    Support dates for the E-Business Suite and Java have changed.  Please review the sections below for more details:

    • What does this mean for Oracle E-Business Suite users?
    • Will EBS users be forced to upgrade to JRE 7 for Windows desktop clients?
    • Will EBS users be forced to upgrade to JDK 7 for EBS application tier servers?

    New EBS installation scripts

    This JRE release is the first with a 3-digit Java version. Installing this in your EBS 11i and 12.x environments will require new installation scripts.  See the documentation listed in the 'References' section for more detail.

    32-bit and 64-bit versions certified

    This certification includes both the 32-bit and 64-bit JRE versions for various Windows operating systems. See the respective Deploying JRE documentation for your EBS release for details.

    Implications of Java 6 End of Public Updates for EBS Users

    The Support Roadmap for Oracle Java is published here:

    The latest updates to that page (as of Sept. 19, 2012) state:

    Java SE 6 End of Public Updates Notice

    After February 2013, Oracle will no longer post updates of Java SE 6 to its public download sites. Existing Java SE 6 downloads already posted as of February 2013 will remain accessible in the Java Archive on Oracle Technology Network. Developers and end-users are encouraged to update to more recent Java SE versions that remain available for public download. For enterprise customers, who need continued access to critical bug fixes and security fixes as well as general maintenance for Java SE 6 or older versions, long term support is available through Oracle Java SE Support .

    What does this mean for Oracle E-Business Suite users?

    EBS users fall under the category of "enterprise users" above.  Java is an integral part of the Oracle E-Business Suite technology stack, so EBS users will continue to receive Java SE 6 updates from February 2013 to the end of Java SE 6 Extended Support in June 2017.

    In other words, nothing changes for EBS users after February 2013. 

    EBS users will continue to receive critical bug fixes and security fixes as well as general maintenance for Java SE 6 until the end of Java SE 6 Extended Support in June 2017. 

    How can EBS customers obtain Java 6 updates after the public end-of-life?

    Java 6 is now available only via My Oracle Support for E-Business Suite users.  You can find links to this release, including Release Notes, documentation, and the actual Java downloads here: Both JDK and JRE packages are contained in a single combined download after 6u45.  Download the "JDK" package for both the desktop client JRE and the server-side JDK package.

    Coexistence of multiple JRE releases Windows desktops

    The upgrade to JRE 8 is recommended for EBS users, but some users may need to run older versions of JRE 6 or 7 on their Windows desktops for reasons unrelated to the E-Business Suite.

    Most EBS configurations with IE and Firefox use non-static versioning by default. JRE 8 will be invoked instead of earlier JRE releases if both are installed on a Windows desktop. For more details, see "Appendix B: Static vs. Non-static Versioning and Set Up Options" in Notes 290807.1 and 393931.1.

    What do Mac users need?

    Mac users running Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) can run JRE 7 or 8 plug-ins.  See:

    Will EBS users be forced to upgrade to JDK 7 for EBS application tier servers?

    JRE is used for desktop clients.  JDK is used for application tier servers

    JDK upgrades for E-Business Suite application tier servers are highly recommended but currently remain optional while Java 6 is covered by Extended Support. Updates will be delivered via My Oracle Support, where you can continue to receive critical bug fixes and security fixes as well as general maintenance for JDK 6 for application tier servers. 

    Java SE 6 is covered by Extended Support until June 2017.  All EBS customers with application tier servers on Windows, Solaris, and Linux must upgrade to JDK 7 by June 2017. EBS customers running their application tier servers on other operating systems should check with their respective vendors for the support dates for those platforms.

    JDK 7 is certified with E-Business Suite 12.  See:

    References

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    Java Runtime Environment 1.7.0_111 (a.k.a. JRE 7u111-b13) and later updates on the JRE 7 codeline are now certified with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.x for Windows-based desktop clients.

    All JRE 6, 7, and 8 releases are certified with EBS upon release

    Our standard policy is that all E-Business Suite customers can apply all JRE updates to end-user desktops:

    • From JRE 1.6.0_03 and later updates on the JRE 6 codeline
    • From JRE 1.7.0_10 and later updates on the JRE 7 codeline 
    • From JRE 1.8.0_25 and later updates on the JRE 8 codeline
    We test all new JRE releases in parallel with the JRE development process, so all new JRE releases are considered certified with the E-Business Suite on the same day that they're released by our Java team. 

    You do not need to wait for a certification announcement before applying new JRE 6, 7, or 8 releases to your EBS users' desktops.

    Effects of new support dates on Java upgrades for EBS environments

    Support dates for the E-Business Suite and Java have changed.  Please review the sections below for more details:

    • What does this mean for Oracle E-Business Suite users?
    • Will EBS users be forced to upgrade to JRE 7 for Windows desktop clients?
    • Will EBS users be forced to upgrade to JDK 7 for EBS application tier servers?

    32-bit and 64-bit versions certified

    This certification includes both the 32-bit and 64-bit JRE versions for various Windows operating systems. See the respective Recommended Browser documentation for your EBS release for details.

    Where are the official patch requirements documented?

    EBS + Discoverer 11g Users

    This JRE release is certified for Discoverer 11g in E-Business Suite environments with the following minimum requirements:

    JRE 7 End of Public Updates

    The JRE 7u79 release was the last JRE 7 update available to the general public.  Java is an integral part of the Oracle E-Business Suite technology stack, so EBS users will continue to receive Java SE 7 updates to the end of Java SE 7 Premier Support to the end of July 2016.

    How can EBS customers obtain Java 7 updates after the public end-of-life?

    EBS customers can download Java 7 patches from My Oracle Support.  For a complete list of all Java SE patch numbers, see:

    Both JDK and JRE packages are now contained in a single combined download.  Download the "JDK" package for both the desktop client JRE and the server-side JDK package. 

    Coexistence of multiple JRE releases Windows desktops

    The upgrade to JRE 8 is recommended for EBS users, but some users may need to run older versions of JRE 6 or 7 on their Windows desktops for reasons unrelated to the E-Business Suite.

    Most EBS configurations with IE and Firefox use non-static versioning by default. JRE 8 will be invoked instead of earlier JRE releases if both are installed on a Windows desktop. For more details, see "Appendix B: Static vs. Non-static Versioning and Set Up Options" in Notes 290807.1 and 393931.1.

    Java Auto-Update Mechanism

    With the release of the January 2015 Critical patch Updates, the Java Auto-Update Mechanism will automatically update JRE 7 plug-ins to JRE 8.

    Coexistence of multiple JRE releases Windows desktops

    The upgrade to JRE 8 is recommended for EBS users, but some users may need to run older versions of JRE 6 or 7 on their Windows desktops for reasons unrelated to the E-Business Suite.

    Most EBS configurations with IE and Firefox use non-static versioning by default. JRE 8 will be invoked instead of earlier JRE releases if both are installed on a Windows desktop. For more details, see "Appendix B: Static vs. Non-static Versioning and Set Up Options" in Notes 290807.1 and 393931.1.

    What do Mac users need?

    Mac users running Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.9 (Mavericks), and 10.10 (Yosemite) can run JRE 7 or 8 plug-ins.  See:

    Will EBS users be forced to upgrade to JDK 7 for EBS application tier servers?

    JRE is used for desktop clients.  JDK is used for application tier servers

    JDK upgrades for E-Business Suite application tier servers are highly recommended but currently remain optional while Java 6 is covered by Extended Support. Updates will be delivered via My Oracle Support, where you can continue to receive critical bug fixes and security fixes as well as general maintenance for JDK 6 for application tier servers. 

    Java SE 6 is covered by Extended Support until June 2017.  All EBS customers with application tier servers on Windows, Solaris, and Linux must upgrade to JDK 7 by June 2017. EBS customers running their application tier servers on other operating systems should check with their respective vendors for the support dates for those platforms.

    JDK 7 is certified with E-Business Suite 12.  See:

    Known Issues

    When using Internet Explorer, JRE 1.7.0_01 had a delay of around 20 seconds before the applet started to load. This issue is fixed in JRE 1.7.0_95.

    References

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    Java Runtime Environment 1.8.0_101 (a.k.a. JRE 8u101-b13) and its corresponding Patch Set Update (PSU) JRE 1.8.0_102 and later updates on the JRE 8 codeline are now certified with Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 and 12.2 for Windows desktop clients.

    All JRE 6, 7, and 8 releases are certified with EBS upon release

    Our standard policy is that all E-Business Suite customers can apply all JRE updates to end-user desktops:

    • From JRE 1.6.0_03 and later updates on the JRE 6 codeline
    • From JRE 1.7.0_10 and later updates on the JRE 7 codeline 
    • From JRE 1.8.0_25 and later updates on the JRE 8 codeline
    We test all new JRE releases in parallel with the JRE development process, so all new JRE releases are considered certified with the E-Business Suite on the same day that they're released by our Java team. 

    You do not need to wait for a certification announcement before applying new JRE 6, 7, or 8 releases to your EBS users' desktops.

    What's new in this release?

    Oracle now releases a Critical Patch update (CPU) at the same time as the corresponding Patch Set Update (PSU) release for Java SE 8.

    • CPU Release:  JRE 1.8.0_101
    • PSU Release:  JRE 1.8.0_102
    Oracle recommends that Oracle E-Business Suite customers use the CPU release (JRE 1.8.0_101) and only upgrade to the PSU release (1.8.0_102) if they require a specific bug fix.  For further information and bug fix details see Java CPU and PSU Releases Explained.

    32-bit and 64-bit versions certified

    This certification includes both the 32-bit and 64-bit JRE versions for various Windows operating systems. See the respective Recommended Browser documentation for your EBS release for details.

    Where are the official patch requirements documented?

    All patches required for ensuring full compatibility of the E-Business Suite with JRE 8 are documented in these Notes:

    For EBS 12.1 & 12.2

    EBS + Discoverer 11g Users

    This JRE release is certified for Discoverer 11g in E-Business Suite environments with the following minimum requirements:

    Implications of Java 6 and 7 End of Public Updates for EBS Users

    The Oracle Java SE Support Roadmap and Oracle Lifetime Support Policy for Oracle Fusion Middleware documents explain the dates and policies governing Oracle's Java Support.  The client-side Java technology (Java Runtime Environment / JRE) is now referred to as Java SE Deployment Technology in these documents.

    Starting with Java 7, Extended Support is not available for Java SE Deployment Technology.  It is more important than ever for you to stay current with new JRE versions.

    If you are currently running JRE 6 on your EBS desktops:

    • You can continue to do so until the end of Java SE 6 Deployment Technology Extended Support in June 2017
    • You can obtain JRE 6 updates from My Oracle Support.  See:

    If you are currently running JRE 7 on your EBS desktops:

    • You can continue to do so until the end of Java SE 7 Deployment Technology Premier Support in July 2016
    • You can obtain JRE 7 updates from My Oracle Support.  See:

    If you are currently running JRE 8 on your EBS desktops:

    Will EBS users be forced to upgrade to JRE 8 for Windows desktop clients?

    No.

    This upgrade is highly recommended but remains optional while Java 6 and 7 are covered by Extended Support. Updates will be delivered via My Oracle Support, where you can continue to receive critical bug fixes and security fixes as well as general maintenance for JRE 6 and 7 desktop clients. Note that there are different impacts of enabling JRE Auto-Update depending on your current JRE release installed, despite the availability of ongoing support for JRE 6 and 7 for EBS customers; see the next section below.

    Impact of enabling JRE Auto-Update

    Java Auto-Update is a feature that keeps desktops up-to-date with the latest Java release.  The Java Auto-Update feature connects to java.com at a scheduled time and checks to see if there is an update available.

    Enabling the JRE Auto-Update feature on desktops with JRE 6 installed will have no effect.

    With the release of the January Critical patch Updates, the Java Auto-Update Mechanism will automatically update JRE 7 plug-ins to JRE 8.

    Enabling the JRE Auto-Update feature on desktops with JRE 8 installed will apply JRE 8 updates.

    Coexistence of multiple JRE releases Windows desktops

    The upgrade to JRE 8 is recommended for EBS users, but some users may need to run older versions of JRE 6 or 7 on their Windows desktops for reasons unrelated to the E-Business Suite.

    Most EBS configurations with IE and Firefox use non-static versioning by default. JRE 8 will be invoked instead of earlier JRE releases if both are installed on a Windows desktop. For more details, see "Appendix B: Static vs. Non-static Versioning and Set Up Options" in Notes 290807.1 and 393931.1.

    What do Mac users need?

    JRE 8 is certified for Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.9 (Mavericks), and 10.10 (Yosemite) desktops.  For details, see:

    Will EBS users be forced to upgrade to JDK 8 for EBS application tier servers?

    No.

    JRE is used for desktop clients.  JDK is used for application tier servers.

    JRE 8 desktop clients can connect to EBS environments running JDK 6 or 7.

    JDK 8 is not certified with the E-Business Suite.  EBS customers should continue to run EBS servers on JDK 6 or 7.

    Known Iusses

    Internet Explorer Performance Issue

    Launching JRE 1.8.0_73 through Internet Explorer will have a delay of around 20 seconds before the applet starts to load (Java Console will come up if enabled).

    This issue fixed in JRE 1.8.0_74.  Internet Explorer users are recommended to uptake this version of JRE 8.

    Form Focus Issue

    Clicking outside the frame during forms launch may cause a loss of focus when running with JRE 8 and can occur in all Oracle E-Business Suite releases. To fix this issue, apply the following patch:

    References

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    Oracle GoldenGate Adapter/Handler for KafkaConnect (opensource) is released on 07/Jul/2016.

    Summary

    Kafka Connect is a tool for streaming data between Apache Kafka and other data systems in a scalable and reliable way. Kafka Connect can ingest entire databases or collect metrics from all your application servers into Kafka topics, making the data available for stream processing with low latency. An export connector can deliver data from Kafka topics into secondary indexes like Elasticsearch or into batch systems such as Hadoop for offline analysis. (Source: Confluent Website)

    This Kafka Connect handler lets you to integrate using the Kafka Connect API which can be managed using Confluent Platform. The Kafka Connect Handler takes change data capture operations from a source trail file and generates data structs (org.apache.kafka.connect.data.Struct) as well as the associated schemas (org.apache.kafka.connect.data.Schema). The data structs are serialized via configured converters then enqueued onto Kafka topics. The topic name used corresponds to the fully qualified source table name as obtained from the GoldenGate trail file. Individual operations consist of inserts, updates, and delete operations executed on the source RDBMS. Insert and update operation data include the after change data. Delete operations include the before change data. A primary key update is a special case for an update where one or more of the primary key(s) is/are changed. The primary key update represents a special case in that without the before image data it is not possible to determine what row is actually changing when only in possession of the after change data. The default behavior of a primary key update is to ABEND in the Kafka Connect formatter. However, the formatter can be configured to simply treat these operations as regular updates or to treat them as deletes and then an insert which is the closest big data modeling to the substance of the transaction.

    Difference between official GoldenGate Kafka Handler and KafkaConnect Handler

    The Kafka Handler officially released in Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data 12.2.0.1.x is slightly different in functionality than the Kafka Connect Handler/Formatter included in this opensource component.

    • The officially released Kafka Handler interfaces with pluggable formatters to output the data to Kafka in XML, JSON, Avro, or delimited text format.
    • The Kafka Connect Handler/Formatter builds up Kafka Connect Schemas and Structs.  It relies on the Kafka Connect framework to perform the serialization using the Kafka Connect converters before delivering the data to topic.


    Compatibility Matrix

    • Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data 12.2.0.1.1
      • Confluent.io Kafka/Kafka Connect 0.9.0.1-cp

      Download Location

       It is available for download at java.net


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      Oracle GoldenGate Application Adapters 12.2.0.1.2 for JMS and Flatfile was released on 19/July/2016. 

      You now can download the software from OTN and eDelivery


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      clip_image002I've just roll out to a live environment, a SOA Integration project with Oracle Service Cloud Rightnow.

      The customer needed to migrate from a in-house CRM to Oracle Service Cloud and with my company Infomentum we have helped them in taking this big step. Since that I have made lots of experience with OSC WebServices.

      Here I just want to share the complex XSLT Transformation which we have implemented to communicate with the OSC WebServices, hopefully these can speed up any other SC integration projects.

      There are 6 transformation in the ZIP package (we have implemented more):

      XSLT Name

      SC Object

      Out of the box Object?

      Operation Type

      xsltContact2Update

      CONTACT

      Yes

      UPDATE

      xsltOrganisationToUpdate

      ORGANIZATION

      Yes

      UPDATE

      xsltProgrammeToUpdate

      CO.PROGRAMME

      No

      UPDATE

      xsltProgrammeTypeToUpdate

      CO.PROGRAMMETYPE

      No

      UPDATE

      xsltCourseToUpdate2

      CO.COURSE

      No

      UPDATE

      xsltSessionToUpdate

      CO.SESSION

      No

      UPDATE

      In the XSLTs you'll find all the details about the TARGET columns (Oracle Service Cloud ones). Here are some important concepts I want to highlight:

      • SC Columns in the XSLT are sometimes out of the box column, in some other cases they are custom ones. In the XSLT the latter will be identified with the tag GenericFields. Read the complete article here.

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

      For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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      Last night the July 2016 patches got released Not all of them actually. In case you miss AIX, Intel Solaris and zLinux versions those should be available by Friday, July 22, 2016.   See the Oracle Critical Patch Update Advisory July 2016 for further details, and especially the Database announcement on MOS. ... [Read More]

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      Join us for a networking breakfast followed by a Roadmap Overview of Oracle solutions and an Opower update. Learn how to work with Cloud solutions.

      Then enjoy a networking lunch followed by two breakout sessions: Customer Solutions and Operations Solutions.

      Find out more and register here.


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      Tap into the global Oracle ecosystem by exhibiting at Oracle OpenWorld 2016. Network face-to-face with customers and prospects. Launch and demonstrate new products. Promote your services. For more information and to discuss the right opportunity for you, please call the Oracle Events Partner Engagement Team hotline at +1.650.506.0001 or email partner-engagement_ww-AT-oracle-DOT-com. Click here to review exhibitor benefits.

      HCM Central @ OpenWorld Exhibit Opportunities

      Take advantage of the opportunity to get your HCM value proposition in front of HCM Central @ OpenWorld attendees. Turnkey exhibit benefits include a demo kiosk, passes, dedicated networking, and branding. Contact barbara.lucas@oracle.com for details.  

      CX Central @ OpenWorld Exhibit Opportunities

      CX Central @ OpenWorld will highlight the breadth and depth of Oracle’s customer experience (CX) solutions, with programs dedicated to marketing, sales, service, and commerce. Contact nan.acklin@oracle.com to discuss exhibit opportunities and click here to review the exhibitor prospectus.

      Oracle OpenWorld Showcase Exhibit Opportunities

      Oracle OpenWorld Showcases offer focused, turnkey exhibition opportunities for you to reach prospects and existing customers. Each showcase centers around a single topic, featuring intermingled demos and content from partners and Oracle alike. Information in the space is curated specifically for the Showcases attendee base. For information on Showcase sponsorship and exhibit offerings, please contact the following:

      • EPM, ERP, SCM and Oracle Linux, Virtualization, and OpenStack: Barbara Lucas, +1.862.209.1338
      • Big Data, Mobile/IoT, Database, Middleware, Hardware, Tech, and Oracle Cloud Platform and Infrastructure: Brian Burke, +1.650.506.4191
      • Apps and JD Edwards: Evan Wong, +1.650.506.1661

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      Written by Rena Mayer, PR Online Editor, Oracle University


      Growing up in a tech-filled, utterly online, and socially-networked world, the millennial generation has received a lot of attention.

      Raised following the mantra "you can do anything you set your mind to", millennials tend to be confident and determined.

      Alongside these positive traits, millennials can be difficult to impress, and even harder to keep in the company.

      Companies have been struggling to connect with this generation, as many traditional methods have proven ineffective at capturing their attention and loyalty.

      Furthermore, many companies believe in certain myths about millennials, including the idea that they aren’t loyal. It's important to remember there are just as many myths out there as there are facts about millennial workers.

      To tackle this connection challenge, companies need to know what's important to millennials.

      For example, a recent Deloitte survey found that two-thirds of millennial across the globe plan to leave their current organization by 2020, and one-quarter plan to change companies within the next year.

      According to the survey, 87% of millennials believe the success of a business should be measured by more than just its financial performance. Also, millennials place great importance on how the company reflects their personal values.

      What do millennials value in a company?

      The important business outcomes millennials feel their organizations are neglecting include:

      • Improving the skills, income, and satisfaction levels of employees
      • Creating more jobs
      • Providing services & goods that make a positive difference in people's lives

      Millennials often feel companies are not doing enough to bridge the gap to ensure a new generation of business leaders is created. 

      They tend to fully appreciate that leadership skills and training are important to business and recognize that, in this aspect, their development may be far from complete.

      How to Keep Millennials Loyal

      According to the same Deloitte survey, the people most likely to leave the company within two years are those unhappy with how their skills are being developed. 

      Millennials would place far greater emphasis than current leaders on employee well-being and employee growth and development.

      This generation evaluates success in ways that go beyond a focus of financial performance, increasing the focus on activities and behaviors that support long term sustainability.

      Millenials' loyalty to an employer is driven by understanding and support of their career and life ambitions, as well as providing opportunities to progress and become leaders.

      Oracle Universityhas evolved our training formats to accommodate millennials’ new demands for learning.

      Digital learning on Cloud technology has been rated as one of the most popular and desired platforms; as a result, Oracle has introduced Cloud Training.

      With Oracle Cloud Learning solutions, your millennials train for all job roles in your organization that interact with your Oracle Cloud applications and platform services.

      Empower your employees by teaching them how to migrate to, implement, administer, optimize and use Oracle Cloud solutions. This will also help millenials feel valued within your company.

      Millennials view training as incredibly important. It's a driver for their success. They view their future at a company as wholly dependent on the skills they learn and the education available.

      If they are not constantly learning new skills, they will find the door faster.

      Invest in their development and offer them the chance to develop new skills.

      Oracle University simplifies learning by offering all the training millennials need to implement, manage, and start using Oracle Cloud applications and platform services.

      Ultimately, all employees want the same thing: fair compensation, growth opportunities and a mission statement they feel strongly about.


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      We've pushed out a patch release of node-oracledb to GitHub and NPM. It has a bind fix that didn't land in time for 1.10.0. A memory leak regression with REF CURSORs was also fixed, as was a pre-existing memory leak in the unexpected case of a REF CURSOR failure. The changes in node-oracledb 1.10.1 are: Fixed a... [Read More]

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      Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) integrations with Oracle E-Business Suite can either be custom integrations that you build yourself or prebuilt integrations from Oracle.  For more information about the differences between the two options for SOA integrations, see this previously-published certification announcement.

      The prebuilt BPEL business processes in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3  are:

      • Oracle Price Protection (DPP)
      • Advanced Supply Chain Planning (MSC)
      • Oracle Transportation Management: Oracle Warehouse Management (WMS)
      • Oracle Transportation Management: Oracle Shipping Execution (WSH)
      • Oracle Transportation Management: Oracle Purchasing (PO)
      • Complex Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (CMRO/AHL)

      BPEL integration architecture diagram example

      These prebuilt BPEL processes have now been certified with Oracle BPEL Process Manager 12c version 12.2.1 (in Oracle Fusion Middleware SOA Suite 12c) for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3.

      References

      Certified Platforms

      Oracle SOA Suite Release 12g 12.2.1 is certified to run on any operating system upon which Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is certified. Check the following for more details:

      For information on operating systems supported by Oracle SOA Suite, refer to this document:

      Integration with Oracle SOA Suite involves components spanning several different suites of Oracle products. There are no restrictions on which platform any particular component may be installed so long as the platform is supported for that component.

      Getting Support

      If you need support for the prebuilt EBS BPEL business processes, you can log Service Requests against the Applications Technology Group product family.

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      Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) integrations with Oracle E-Business Suite can either be custom integrations that you build yourself or prebuilt integrations from Oracle.  For more information about the differences between the two options for SOA integrations, see this previously-published certification announcement.

      The prebuilt BPEL business processes in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3  are:

      • Oracle Price Protection (DPP)
      • Advanced Supply Chain Planning (MSC)
      • Oracle Transportation Management: Oracle Warehouse Management (WMS)
      • Oracle Transportation Management: Oracle Shipping Execution (WSH)
      • Oracle Transportation Management: Oracle Purchasing (PO)
      • Complex Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (CMRO/AHL)

      BPEL integration architecture diagram example

      These prebuilt BPEL processes have now been certified with Oracle BPEL Process Manager 12c version 12.1.3 (in Oracle Fusion Middleware SOA Suite 12c) for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3.

      References

      Certified Platforms

      Oracle SOA Suite Release 12g 12.2.1 is certified to run on any operating system upon which Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is certified. Check the following for more details:

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      The default firewall service in Oracle Linux 7 is firewalld. In previous versions of Linux, you use iptables. firewalld offers several advantages over iptables:

      • Changes do not require restart of the firewalld service.
      • Networks can be separated into different zones based on the level of trust.

      Firewall services is one of the many topics covered in Oracle's Linux system administration training. You can learn about firewalld and many other topics by taking the Oracle Linux 7: System Administration course. This course is available as a:

      • Training-on-Demand: Start training within 24 hours of registration, following lectures at your own pace through streaming video and booking time to perform hands-on exercises when suits your schedule.
      • Live Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk, no travel required. Choose from a selection of events on the schedule to suit different time-zones including 4, 12, and 25 September, 9, 16 and 24 October, 28 November and 4 December 2016.
      • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to take a class. Below is a selection of the in-class events already on the schedule.

      Location
      Date
      Delivery Language
      Melbourne, Australia
      26 September 2016 English
      Sydney, Australia
      5 September 2016 English
      Brussels, Belgium
      19 September 2016 English
      Brasilia, Brazil
      24 October 2016 Brazilian Portuguese
      Sao Paulo, Brazil
      22 August 2016 Brazilian Portuguese
      London, England
      7 November 2016 English
      Reading, England
      5 September 2016 English
      Paris, France
      10 October 2016 French
      Berlin, Germany
      14 November 2016 German
      Dortmund, Germany
      5 September 2016 German
      Hamburg, Germany
      14 November 2016 German
      Munich, Germany
      22 August 2016 German
      Athens, Greece
        26 September 2016 Greek
      Milan, Italy
      19 September 2016 Italian
      Jakarta, Indonesia
      10 October 2016 English
      Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
      10 October 2016 English
      Mexico City, Mexico
      19 September 2016 Spanish
      Utrecht, Netherlands  1 August 2016 English
      Warsaw, Poland
      14 November 2016 Polish
      Johannesburg, South Africa
      1 August 2016 English
      Bangkok, Thailand
      15 August 2016 English
      Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
      9 October 2016 English
      Miami, FL, United States
      17 October 2016 English
      Chicago, IL, United States 28 November 2016 English
      Albuquerque, NM, United States 29 August 2016 English
      Reston, VA, United States 26 September 2016 English

      If you want to learn about Linux 5 or 6, take the Oracle Linux 5 & 6 System Administration course. You can take this course in the following formats:

      • Training-on-Demand
      • Live-Virtual Event: Choose from events to suit different time-zones including 25 July, 22 August, 4 and 12 September, 16 and 17 October, and 7 November 2016.
      • In-Class Event: Events on the schedule include:

      Location
      Date
      Delivery Language
      Sao Paulo, Brazil
      29 August 2016 Brazilian Portuguese
      Reading, England
      12 September 2016 English
      Milan, Italy
      26 September 2016 Italian
      Rome, Italy
      12 December 2016 Italian
      Tokyo, Japan
      12 September 2016 Japanese
      Seoul, Korea
      19 September 2016 Korean
      Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
      17 October 2016 English
      Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
      22 August 2016 English
      Mexico City, Mexico
      22 August 2016 Spanish
      Casablanca, Morocco
      1 August 2016 French
      Utrecht, Netherlands  3 October 2016 English
      Johannesburg, South Africa
      22 August 2016 English
      Pretoria, South Africa
      5 December 2016 English
      Istanbul, Turkey 10 October 2016 Turkish
      Belmont, CA, United States 8 August 2016 English
      Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States 25 July 2016 English
      Reston, VA, United States 31 October 2016 English

      To register an event or to learn more about the Oracle Linux curriculum, go to http://oracle.com/education/linux.


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