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    Checkr, a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), today announced that its solution for background screening and verifications is now available in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. Checkr enables businesses to conduct pre-employment background and drug screening at scale with a mobile-optimized, compliant process that can maintain accuracy while reducing time-to-hire. 

    Read more.


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    SEI Groupe LKS achieves Oracle Exadata Optimized status with NODHOS-OPTIMATE, SEI's Supply Chain ERP solution.

    See Proof of Value results here.


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    Subex achieves Oracle Exadata Optimized status with applications ROC Revenue Assurance 5.3 and Fraud Management 8.3.

    See Proof of Value results here.


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    Learn customer use cases of Oracle Compute and Storage Cloud, how to bring DevOps and AppDev to a Modern Cloud Platform, Integration Cloud Service (ICS), PaaS BI Cloud Service, Data Visualization Cloud Service and Oracle Big Data Discovery Cloud Service, Data Integration Solutions (DIS), Oracle Database as a Service (DBaaS), Document Cloud Service (DOCS), Sites Cloud Service (SCS) and Process Cloud Service (PCS). 

    Learn more here.


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    Come join Oracle Utilities management, product experts from both product management and product development teams, customers, and partners.

    The Product Forum and User Group meetings provide you a unique opportunity to talk directly to the Product Management and Product Development teams, to hear about the roadmaps for each product and to network with other customers who are using the applications in your specific industries.

    Where: Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak | Hotel Registration

    When: The week of Feb 13, 2017

    Look for invitations and registration instructions in the next few months.


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    The Oracle Utilities Global Business Unit is pleased to announce the general availability of Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing V2.5.0.2

    It is ready for customers and partners to download and install via Oracle Software Delivery Cloud and My Oracle Support.

    Key features in this release include:

    • Support for integrating with Customer Experience (CX) Solutions:

    o    Oracle Social Cloud or Social Relationship Management applications: Enables utilities to receive notifications of social conversations or posts requiring action in CCB
    o    Oracle RightNow Knowledge Cloud Service: Enables users of CCB to be presented with a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or topics that are relevant to the page they are on with links to the relevant content in Oracle RightNow Knowledge Cloud Service

    • Additional Support for integrating with Oracle DataRaker:

    o    Enable CCB to receive business flags or exceptions from other applications and manage those that require further investigation
    o    Customer program management module enhancements to enable an initiative’s lead details to be extracted for advanced segmentation analysis and to receive updates to activate eligible leads for processing

    • Enhanced customer care and billing features including customer contact enhancements, auto pay enhancement, off-cycle service provider switching, and increasing system wide support for person contacts
    • Support for Pitney Bowes DOC1 for Online / Batch Printing and Online Display
    • Oracle Scheduler (DBMS_SCHEDULER) Integration for scheduling and executing background (batch) processes.  Oracle Scheduler is included as part of the Oracle database.

    Supporting Material: 
    Refer to the Release Notes in the product download for a list of features provided in Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing V2.5.0.2.

    Software Download Options:

    • Option 1:  Oracle Software Delivery Cloud
    1. Navigate to Oracle Software Delivery Cloud
    2. Search for the Release ‘Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing 2.5.0.2.0
    3. Select the platform, e.g. Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit) and click ‘Continue’
    4. Download the selected item
    • Option 2:  My Oracle Support (product release available now)
    1. Navigate to My Oracle Support
    2. Click on Patches & Updates
    3. Search for patch number 23629545
    4. Download the patch for your platform

    Software Installation and Product Documentation:
    The complete set of installation and product documentation for Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing Version 2.5.0.2 is available with the product download. 


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    ·Larry Ellison Announces Oracle Private Cloud Machine for PaaS and IaaS New cloud platform allows enterprises to combine the cloud benefits of agility, simplicity, and low cost with the control and security of their own data centers

    ·Oracle Cloud Day: Transforming Your Tomorrow Join us for Oracle Cloud Day to explore a range of industry-leading cloud solutions suited to the specific needs of your job role. Discover why Oracle is considered the cloud company and learn how we can help you.

    ·OTN Virtual Technology Summit - On-Demand ReplayAll middleware track sessions from the July 2015 and September 2015 OTN Virtual Technology Summit events are now available for on-demand viewing via a special group space on the OTN Community website. As a member of this group you'll have access to all middleware session videos, plus you'll be able to interact with session presenters and other community members for answers to any questions about the session content. Group membership is absolutely free. Join the group now.

    ·Resource Library: IT Strategies from OracleYou may have heard of the IT Strategies from Oracle (ITSO)collection of reference architectures, solution designs, and technology strategy documents, and you may have taken advantage of some of those resources in the past. But you may not know that access to the complete ITSO library no longer requires registration. The whole shebang is freely available on the OTN Community website.
    Browse the library.

    ·Podcast: Cloud Architect - Rising to the Role Recorded during Oracle OpenWorld, the latest OTN ArchBeat Podcast features Oracle ACE Directors Ron Batra, Simon Haslam, Ronald van Luttikhuizen, Frank Munz, and Sten Vesterli, plus Oracle ACE Associate Arturo Viveros in a free-flowing, wide-ranging conversation about the emerging role of the Cloud Architect.
    Listen to the podcast.

    ·Oracle Launches Oracle BPM & Oracle WebCenter 12.2.1The new Oracle BPM includes a full set of REST API that enable applications built with any technology to leverage BPM Suite as an engine for workflow management, service integration, and process orchestration. The new Oracle WebCenter provides a refreshingly new user experience that is cohesive, responsive and device friendly across Oracle WebCenter Sites, Oracle WebCenter Portal and Oracle WebCenter Content and Oracle BPM Suite. Get the details.

    ·Q&A with Thomas Kurian on Oracle Cloud Platform

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    ·Oracle Cloud Platform Webcast SeriesOnline Event | Available On Demand

    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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    Today I spent some time with Oracle colleagues in presenting Oracle JET to a company in the Netherlands. The company was using a technology stack that included a front-end technology that needs to be modernized for various reasons and Oracle JET was presented to them as the way to bring the front-end of an application into the modern world of HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript.

    Of course, many small demos were done to make the key points of the benefits of Oracle JET. And those demos were all done in NetBeans IDE, with the great Oracle JET Support plugin!

    Does your company want to modernize web front-ends? Take a look at Oracle JET, it's all open source and free, and available at http://github.com/oracle/oraclejet. We're doing company presentations on Oracle JET all over the world, if you're interested, let me know!


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    I met with Cojan van Ballegooijen who is involved with the Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization project. Read about that here:

    http://www.jboss.org/products/datavirt/overview

    I'm interested in setting up a scenario where Oracle JET could provide a dashboard on top of a VDB (virtual database).

    Here's the steps we took to get started.

    1. We started by downloading the 6.3.0 Beta of JBoss Data Virtualization: http://developers.redhat.com/products/datavirt/download.

    2. After running "java -jar" on the JAR downloaded above, we had installed the product and had a folder named "EAP-6.4.0".

    3. In the folder "quickstarts/dynamicvdb-datafederation", there's a folder "src/teiidfiles", which we copied into the root, i.e., into the "EAP-6.4.0" folder.

    4. In the folder "standalone/configuration", there's a file named "standalone.xml", where we tweaked the reference to "jboss.dir" so that it pointed to the hardcoded location of the EAP-6.4.0 folder, i.e., there was a problem with slash escaping on Windows of the "jboss.dir" reference and to workaround that we hardcoded the path, for the data source with the jndi-name "java:/accounts-ds".

    5. Then we ran "bin/standalone.bat", the process started, the "teiidfiles" were loaded, and at this location we saw the JSON payload: http://localhost:8080/odata4/Portfolio/Accounts/CUSTOMER?$format=json

    OK, great, we have the JSON, which provided the data from the VBD. Once we have JSON, the step to an Oracle JET dashboard is trivial, since Oracle JET has all kinds of hooks for working with JSON.

    However, there's one stumbling block at this point and that is that authentication is needed for accessing our data. It seems that Keycloak is needed in this scenario:

    https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en/red-hat-jboss-data-virtualization/6.3/security-guide/chapter-11-oauth-based-security-for-odata

    That's the next step. Once that's done, then we have here a nice scenario for creating user interfaces on top of virtual databases created via JBoss Data Virtualization.


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    OTN Tour Latin America 2016 is ready to take off And for me it's the first time in 4 years that I won't be able to participate. Which is very sad as it is such a great thing to meet all these wonderful people, not only from the User Groups doing all the orga stuff but also discussing with customers, learning from... [Read More]

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    Due to popular demand, we've decided to extend the Early Bird registration rate for Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne!

    You now have until July 31, 2016 to save $500 off the onsite price of Oracle OpenWorld, and $400 off JavaOne. Don't miss out on these tremendous savings--Register today


    Happy registering, Early Birds!


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    Oracle has extended its Early Bird discount until July 31! Don’t miss this great opportunity to save $500 off the regular conference pass price.

    We hope to see you all in September for some quality learning, innovation, networking & fun!

    Register for OpenWorld

    Register for JavaOne


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    Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the next OPN PartnerCast airing next Wednesday, July 27 at 10am PT.

    Host Randy Batterson will give you insight into the latest updates to the Private Cloud Appliance. Guests include Krishna Srinivasan, Sr. Principal Product Strategy Manager, Private Cloud Appliance & Rajesh Sukhramani, Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Engineered Systems.

    Watch the show live from the OPN homepage and follow the conversation live via Twitter using @oraclepartners in your tweets!

    Stream live


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    Oracle PartnerNetwork is pleased to announce that the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service 2017 Developer Essentials Exam (1Z1-346) is available in beta testing!

    This certification covers topics such as: Fundamentals, Mobile Backends, Platform Features, Connectors, Custom APIs, Analytics, and Management. Up-to-date training and field experience are recommended.

    Learn more here.

    Enroll here.


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  • 07/22/16--01:56: OAuth and Oracle JET
  • OAuth is an open protocol to allow secure authorization in a simple and standard method from web, mobile, and desktop applications. Oracle JET includes OAuth and there is documentation for the combination in the Oracle JET Developer Guide, in a chapter named Using oj.OAuth in Your Oracle JET Application.

    In your "define" block, you need to include "ojs/ojmodel", since that's where the OAuth class is provided. The OAuth class provides the methods you can use to initialize the oj.OAuth object, verify initialization, and calculate the authorization header based on client credentials or access token.

    Once you have included "ojs/model", you initialize "oj.OAuth", as described in the chapter, e.g.:

    self.myOAuth = new oj.OAuth('X-Authorization');

    When you use the Oracle JET Common Model, you'll find the "oj.Collection.extend" enables you to reference your "oj.OAuth" object. Also see the related JavaScript documentation:

    http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/jet/jsdocs/oj.OAuth.html

    Here's all the code for a real "define" block that includes OAuth for working with Twitter. Take note of the bits in bold below, which are the statements relating to OAuth:

    define(['ojs/ojcore', 
            'knockout', 
            'jquery', 
            'ojs/ojmodel', 
            'ojs/ojtable', 
            'ojs/ojcollectiontabledatasource'],
        function (oj, ko, $) {
            function HeaderViewModel() {
                var self = this;
                self.TweetCol = ko.observable();
                self.datasource = ko.observable();
                self.serviceURL = 'https://api.jublo.net/codebird/1.1/search/tweets.json';
                self.myOAuth = new oj.OAuth('X-Authorization');
                self.parseTweet = function (response) {
                    return {
                        id_str: response['id_str'],
                        text: response['text'],
                        userName: response['user']['name']
                    };
                };
                var Tweet = oj.Model.extend({
                    urlRoot: self.serviceURL,
                    parse: self.parseTweet,
                    idAttribute: 'id_str'
                });
                var myTweet = new Tweet();
                var TweetCollection = oj.Collection.extend({
                    url: self.serviceURL + '?q=NetBeans',
                    model: myTweet,
                    oauth: self.myOAuth
                });
                self.getData = function () {
                    self.datasource(null);
                    self.TweetCol(new TweetCollection());
                    self.myOAuth.setAccessTokenRequest(
                        JSON.parse(sessionStorage.getItem('credentials'))
                    );
                    self.TweetCol().fetch({
                        success: function () {
                            self.datasource(
                                new oj.CollectionTableDataSource(self.TweetCol())
                            );
                        },
                        error: function (jqXHR, textStatus, errorThrown) {
                            console.log('Error in fetch: ' + textStatus);
                        }
                    });
                };
            }
            return new HeaderViewModel();
        }
    );
    

    In "main.js", the "credentials.js" file is loaded:

    var prop;
    $.ajax({
        url: 'js/credentials.json',
        dataType: 'json',
        async: false,
        success: function (data) {
            sessionStorage.setItem('credentials', JSON.stringify(data));
        },
        error: function (req, status, err) {
            console.log('something went wrong', status, err);
        }
    });

    The "credentials.js" file has this content:

    {
        "client_id": "blabla",
        "client_secret": "blabla",
        "bearer_url": "https://api.jublo.net/codebird/oauth2/token",
        "access_token": "blabla"
    }

    Above, Codebird is used. Codebird is a library that is commonly used to manage OAuth2 connections to Twitter. And, instead of setting up your own code, you can use Codebird's proxy service.

    In the "define" block above, notice the "self.getData" at the end, which ties everything together, and is called from the view:

    <button data-bind="click: getData, 
                       ojComponent: { 
                           component: 'ojButton', 
                           label: 'Get Data'}">Get Data</button>
    <hr>
    <table 
        data-bind="ojComponent: {
                component: 'ojTable', 
                data: datasource,
    	    columnsDefault: {headerStyle: 'text-align: left; white-space:nowrap;'}, 
                columns:
                   [
                   {headerText: 'User ', field: 'userName'},
                   {headerText: 'Text', field: 'text'}
                   ]}">
    </table>

    That's it. A complete sample scenario that uses OAuth with Oracle JET.


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    • 07/22/16--04:48: Public PaaS free eBook
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      See how Platform as a Service solutions can help you:

      • Accelerate business innovation
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      • Reduce IT cost and complexity
      • Increase productivity and collaboration

      Get the free eBook 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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      In my "bower.json" file, I have a dependency set like this:

      "codebird-js": "2.6.0"

      That enables Codebird to be installed.

      Next, I went to apps.twitter.com and created a new application, so that I now have a Consumer Key (API Key) and a Consumer Secret (API Secret).

      <script type="text/javascript">
          var cb = new Codebird;
          cb.setConsumerKey(
                  "replace-with-consumer-key",
                  "replace-with-consumer-secret");
          cb.__call(
                  "search_tweets",
                  "q=NetBeans",
                  function (response) {
                      var statuses = response.statuses;
                      for (var i = 0; i  
                  }, true);
      </script>

      The point of this blog entry is really to come to a point where you can see how to parse Twitter. Above, in bold, is the code needed for that. Printed out into the console you'll now see names/texts of those who have tweeted about NetBeans.


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      clip_image001With businesses adopting more and more cloud applications, mobile apps, and devices, integration has never been more important. Integrating these apps and tools with the rest of the systems is the key to a connected enterprise— one that supports real-time responsiveness, instant collaboration, and streamlined innovation. To keep up with these new integration demands, a new breed of solution has emerged—cloud-based integration platforms (also called integration platform as a service, or iPaaS for short). For businesses looking to gain all of the benefits of a connected enterprise, while also simplifying administration and accelerating time to market, they’re a game-changer. They’re fueling a hybrid approach to integration—one that combines on-premises integration with iPaaS

      to respond to business requirements faster—but that’s just the start. Read on and discover five key ways cloud-based integration platforms are transforming the way organizations integrate, making innovation simpler than ever before. Get the whitepaper 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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      clip_image002This is essentially a revamp of a previous post on API Manager,
      albeit for the SOA CS environment.
      You can read the original post here
      I created an API Manager instance on SOA CS -

      Let's look at the Fusion Middleware Control -
      Here we can create API Manager users.
      I have covered this is a previous API Manager post, but to save you time,
      here are the screenshots - Read the complete article here.

      To request a free SOA CS trial service please visit our SOA Partner Community Workspace here (SOA Community membership required)

      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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