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    Please join us to learn how JD Edwards EnterpriseOne One View Financial Statements puts the “power” in the hands of the user to design, create, and execute financial statements.

    Session details here.


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    Learn the latest cloud product capabilities and discover customer use cases in this cloud webinar series.

    Find out more here.


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    Part of the Oracle Marketing Cloud, Oracle Maxymiser Marketing Cloud Service empowers marketers to find and deliver the best performing experiences for every journey their customers take as they move between desktop, tablet and mobile devices.

    With a single visual editor for all Testing and Personalization capabilities, marketers can build A/B/n campaigns for their digital channels, target high-valued visitor segments, and gain insights into customer behavior.

    Subscribe now to receive latest information about this new Knowledge Zone. 


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    The summer is flying by, as August is already here.

    To kick off this month, we've released new training courses, new Oracle Certifications and new Oracle Learning Subscriptions to empower you and your team as technology rapidly changes.

    Browse New Oracle University Training Courses

    1. Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I

    2. Oracle Identity Governance 11g R2: Develop Identity Provisioning Ed 2 TOD
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    5. DIVAdirector Administration Training Ed 1
    6. MySQL Fundamentals Ed 1
    7. MySQL for Developers Ed 4
    8. PeopleSoft Query Reporting Rel 8.55
    9. Primavera P6 Professional Advanced Rel 16
    10. Oracle HCM Cloud: Importing Data
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    You can also view interactive training courses and certifications that have launched over the past few months:

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      We are pleased to announce the availability of the fifth consolidated patch collection for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3.  This patchset combines important patches for Release 12.1.3 into a single integrated and regression-tested patchset:

      EBS 12.1.3 RPC 5 screenshot download

      Reasons to Apply RPC5

      Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3 has been available for a while, and over its lifetime has been significantly enhanced in numerous ways. These enhancements and fixes are provided as individual patches, product family Release Update Packs (RUP), and product-specific Recommended Patch Collections (RPC).

      For example, there are Recommended Patch Collections for Financials products such as General Ledger and Payables. On the technology side, there are patchsets such as the OA Framework 12.1.3.1 Consolidated Update Patch.

      Identifying and applying all the individual patches, RUPs, and RPCs you need can be time-consuming. Complicating matters further, patchsets across multiple product families are generally not tested together.

      Patches included in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1.3+ RPC5 are also available individually, and may contain conditions and prerequisites relevant to their application. RPC5 includes all the recommended patches, along with their dependencies. Applying this patch in a single downtime patching window saves effort and time, rather than applying each recommended patch individually.

      What's Included in RPC5?

      The EBS 12.1.3+ RPC4 patchset includes the latest recommended patches and their dependencies for the following Oracle E-Business Suite products and product families:

      • Applications Technology (ATG)
      • Oracle Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
      • Oracle Financials (FIN)
      • Oracle Human Resource Management System (HRMS)
      • Oracle Procurement (PRC)
      • Oracle Projects (PJ)
      • Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM)
      • Oracle Value Chain Planning (VCP)
      • Oracle Business Intelligence (BIS)

      Is it necessary to apply this RPC if I only use a subset of Oracle E-Business Suite products?

      Applying this RPC is recommended even if you are using only a subset of Oracle E-Business Suite products. The patching utility 'adpatch' takes care of the files to be applied and generates them based on the product installation status.

      I have already applied a few Family Packs included in this RPC. What happens when I apply this RPC?

      Applying this RPC on top of already applied individual Family Packs will not harm your system because the patching utility 'adpatch' skips the files already applied on the system. You can apply the latest available RPC on your system.

      A patch I need isn't included in this RPC. Why not?

      This RPC combines recommended patches that were released after Release 12.1.3 into a single, integrated and regression-tested patch to help ensure a successful installation. If you don't find the patch in the RPC, it is likely that the patch was released after the patch list for the specific RPC was frozen or the patch was not marked "recommended" at the time the list was generated.

      Should I only install the latest RPC? Do I have to install all prior RPCs? Should I install later individual product family RPCs?

      To keep your system up-to-date with the most current Oracle E-Business Suite recommended patches, you should only apply the latest available RPC (which supersedes any prior release suitewide RPC) and thereafter either install individual product-level recommended patches as required or install the next suitewide level RPC when it becomes available.

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      Start or expand your technical knowledge and expertise on Oracle Cloud Services.

      Join us for an in-person, up-to 5 day highly technical and hands-on event, with labs and demos in Redwood Shores from August 15-19. We will kick off the event with key executive product folks and OPN leads that will share the latest cloud updates. Then, follow with specialized tracks. 

      Register now to get your environment set up and save a seat!


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      clip_image001Messsage or execution tracing in Servicebus (SB) allows insight into the message exchange between Servicebus and it’s communication partners (Client applications and Service providers) as well as the message processing within  a pipeline. Informations about incoming and outgoing messages, the corresponding headers, the course of variable manipulations and other things are written to the diagnostic logs and can be inspected there, when the tracing is active. By default the message and execution tracing are disabled, due to performance reasons and so it should only be enabled in development environments for debugging purposes.

      Enablement of message tracing for proxy or business service or execution tracing on the pipeline level, can be done using Fusion Middleware Control (Enterprise Manager).Under a specific SB project, the corresponding services and pipelines can be found. Enabling the tracing can be simply done by checking the options for message tracing respectively execution tracing in the Operations tab. 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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      clip_image002We have seen in several customer scenarios where a Parent BPEL process calls a child BPEL process asynchronously.  If child process runs into any kind of business or system fault,  fault handler sends callback to parent process with failure information.   Please note, since parent had invoked child process asynchronously,  child can't throw fault back to parent.  Callback is only mechanism to inform parent about the failure in child process execution during asynchronous interaction.   This pattern works fine if transaction of child process is not getting rolled back.   If child process encounters some error where underlying JTA transaction is marked for rollback,  callback may not reach parent process if parent and child are collocated.   This is because,  callback invoke from child to parent will use the child's JTA transaction to save callback in dehydration store, but since child's transaction is in rollback state,  callback message information would be rolled back from dehydration store after JTA transaction rolls back.

      Second issue is while trying to terminate an instance after it has encountered error which results into transaction rollback.  Since terminate state update of instance in dehydration store will be rolled back with transaction, any attempt to execute terminate in fault handler will be futile.

      We are recommending a pattern that could help resolve both of above problems. Please look at the flow: 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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      In the last two years I've been using JSON in almost every project I was involved in.For example with APEX Office Print our plugin is sending JSON to the backend. This JSON you can actually see yourself in the Remote Debug screen in your AOP Dashboard.Another example is the wearables project (IoT) I showed at KScope... [Read More]

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      Domain Name System (DNS) is a network service that maps, or resolves, domain names to their respective IP addresses. It reduces the need for users to remember IP addresses because they can refer to machines on the network by name.

      DNS is one of the many topics covered in the Oracle Linux advanced administration training. Those using Oracle Linux 7 should take the Oracle Linux 7: Advanced Administration course. You can take this training in the following formats:

      • 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 15 August, 11 and 26 September, 2 October and 18 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
      3 October 2016 English
      Sydney, Australia
      12 September 2016 English
      Brussels, Belgium
      24 October 2016 English
      Brasilia, Brazil
      14 November 2016 Brazilian Portuguese
      Sao Paulo
      15 August 2016 Brazilian Portuguese
      Hamburg, Germany
      19 December 2016 German
      Munich, Germany
      5 September 2016 German
      Jakarta, Indonesia
      31 October 2016 English
      Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
      19 December 2016 English
      Mexico City, Mexico
      12 September 2016 Spanish
      Utrecht, Netherlands
      15 August 2016 English
      Auckland, New Zealand
      14 November 2016 English
      Bangkok, Thailand
      26 September 2016 English
      Reston, VA, United States 1 August 2016 English
      Roseville, MN, United States 26 September 2016 English
      Durham, NC, United States 3 October 2016 English
      Belmont, CA, United States 17 October 2016 English

      Those using an earlier version of Linux should take the Oracle Linux 5&6 Advanced Administration course. You can take this training in the following formats:

      • Training-on-Demand: Start training within 24 hours of registration, following lecture material at your own pace through streaming video and booking time to get hands-on experience when suits your schedule.
      • Live-Virtual Event: Events on the schedule include 4 and 26 September, 3 October and 7 November 2016.
      • In-Class Event: Events on the schedule include:

       Location  Date  Delivery Language
       Sao Paulo, Brazil
       22 August 2016  Brazilian Portuguese
       Turin, Italy
       12 December 2016  Italian
       Seoul, Korea
       26 September 2016  Korean
       Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
       5 September 2016  English
       Auckland, New Zealand
       22 August 2016  English
       Wellington, New Zealand
       22 August 2016  English
       Johannesburg, South Africa  3 October 2016  English
       Istanbul, Turkey  15 August 2016  Turkish
       Irving, TX, United States  22 August 2016  English
       Belmont, CA, United States  24 October 2016  English

        The Oracle Linux 5&6 Advanced Administration course is the recommended training for those preparing to take the Oracle Linux 6 System Administrator OCP certification exam.

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


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        We are pleased to announce the availability of a new Oracle Field Service Cloud Service Resell Program for Oracle partners’ worldwide starting August 1st 2016. If you are interested in reselling Oracle Field Service Cloud Service you must meet the criteria published on Oracle PartnerNetwork and apply to distribute the products.

        Here are some quick steps to fulfill in order to apply for resell rights:

        1.    Review the Available Products for resell included in the Oracle Field Service Cloud Service program. There are around eleven products to choose from.

        2.    Check the Resell Criteria set- in place and complete it!

        3.    Apply to receive the reseller rights!

        Competency is managed via Oracle role-based Guided Learning Paths and assessments. The Oracle Field Service Cloud Service free online courses for Sales, Presales, Implementation and Support can be taken on the following link: Oracle Field Service Cloud Service Training

        Once approved to resell Oracle Field Service Cloud Service, you are able to distribute any of the products listed above as long as you continue to meet the applicable resell criteria.

        Visit the Oracle Partner Store, apply to distribute, place orders and register deals.


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        clip_image002Your blogger, for the past few years have piled up more things that he can chew.  As a result the blog posts have dried up a little as blogging involves both time and novelty and I have been a little short on the first lately. Of that may activities that consumed me, none was more time taking, challenging and difficult as writing the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Administrator’s Guide . The book was announced a month ago and is finally out and available. Here is a sneak peak a the cover.

        Oracle SOA Suite 12c is the most comprehensive and integrated infrastructure on the market today that is used for building applications based on service-oriented architecture. With the vast number of features and capabilities that Oracle SOA Suite 12c has to offer comes numerous complexities and challenges for administration. Oracle SOA Suite 12c Administrator’s Guide covers all the core areas of administration needed for you to effectively manage and monitor the Oracle SOA Suite environment and its transactions, from deployments, to monitoring, to performance tuning, and much, much more.

        Manage, monitor, and troubleshoot SOA composites and OSB services from a single product set. Understand core administrative activities such as deployments, purging, startup and shutdown, configuration, backup, and recovery. Also learn about new features such as Oracle Enterprise Scheduler, lazy loading, work manager groups, high availability, and more. Get the SOA Administrator’s Guide here. For additional SOA books visit our wiki 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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        Database migration across platforms of different "endian" (byte ordering) formats using the Transportable Tablespaces (TTS) process is now certified for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 (12.2.3 or higher) with Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1.0).

        This certification requires that the source database be 11gR2 (11.2.0.4) or 12cR1 (12.1.0.2) and the target database be 12cR1 (12.1.0.2). This 12.2/12cR1 database migration process utilizes the 'full transportable export/import' feature of 12c to greatly speed up the migration while also offering the optional use of incremental backup.

        This migration process requires a patch delivered by the EBS Platform Engineering team which is now generally available on MOS for use by EBS customers.

        The "endian-ness" of platforms can be checked by querying the view V$TRANSPORTABLE_PLATFORM using sqlplus (connected as sysdba):

        SQL> select platform_name, endian_format from v$transportable_platform;

        Here's a list of relevant platforms certified for the EBS R12 with 12cR1 on the database tier:

         Big Endian
         Little Endian
         Oracle Solaris on SPARC
         Linux x86-64
         HP-UX Itanium
         Windows x64
         IBM AIX on Power Systems
         Oracle Solaris on x86-64
         IBM: Linux on System z

        The use of Transportable Tablespaces may greatly speed up the migration of the data portion of the database - it does not affect metadata which must still be migrated using export/import. Smaller databases (less than 1TB) may see little gain from the use of Transportable Tablespaces, and other techniques like export/import will be simpler and likely faster.

        For smaller databases, we highly recommend that users initially perform a test migration with export/import on their database with the 'metrics=y' parameter to find out the relative size of data vs metadata in their database and to have a basis to compare any gains in timing. Generally speaking, the larger the relative size of data (as compared to metadata), the more likely it would be that TTS is suitable as a migration process to reduce downtime.

        Database migration between platforms of the same endian format should use the 'Transportable Database' process or Rapid Clone if migrating between the same platform.

        References

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          Founded in St. Paul, Minnesota, API Outsourcing is a technology company and provider of Centreviews Business Intelligence Suite, a simple, scalable, and secure solution for back office departments and professionals to automate their accounts payable, accounts receivable and document management processes.... [Read More]

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        • 08/04/16--14:55: Installing SQLcl on OEL/RHEL
        • In my previous post I talked about how SQLcl came in handy to work with JavaScript against the database.The installation of SQLcl is easy... you just download the zip, unpack and run the executable.But to be fair, before I got SQLcl running (especially the script part) I encountered a number of issues, so hopefully... [Read More]

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          Today at JCrete, Dan North and others suggested a really cool feature—the ability to format a Java source file based on the interfaces that the Java source file is implementing. The "Ordering" formatting options for Java source files in NetBeans IDE are quite detailed by default:

          However, the new interface-driven formatting options, which I am implementing in a new tab (since the tab above is pretty full and can't be extended externally via a plugin anyway), enable the interfaces of the implementing class to determine the ordering of class members:

          Here's Dan's notes on the above options:

          Here's the code providing the GUI above, as well as the registration-related code for plugging the GUI into NetBeans IDE:

          https://github.com/GeertjanWielenga/InterfaceDrivenJavaFormatter.git

          Now "all" that needs to be done is implement the logic behind the above GUI. Anyone is welcome to join in with this cool JCrete-driven feature! 


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          The August edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:

          • PaaS Sales Kits
          • Internet of Things Cloud Service free trial
          • SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcasts August 30th 2016

          For regular updates please subscribe to our YouTube channel here. For the latest SOA & BPM Partner Community information please visit our Community update wiki here (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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          If you haven’t already, we encourage you to register for Oracle OpenWorld. Pre-registration is now open and will save you $200 off the onsite conference price. This year, OPN Central offers a partner-specific keynote and general sessions, plenty of networking with peers & customers, and the opportunity to expand your contact list and resources. Hope to see you next month!

          Pre-register for OpenWorld



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          On July 26, Randy Batterson hosted two Oracle guests to discuss Private Cloud Appliance, Dynamic Hybrid Bundles, cost savings & time-to-market with PCA, and much more.

          Watch the replays today! And while you’re at it, save the date for our next LIVE OPN PartnerCast on August 24. We’ll be discussing all-things Oracle HCM Cloud.

          Watch replays 

          PCA Knowledge Zone


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          Canon Information and Imaging Solutions, Inc. (CIIS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., and Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), today announced it has achieved Oracle Validated Integration of the Accounts Payable (AP) Automation Solution, based on Canon's Enterprise Imaging Platform (EIP) with Oracle's PeopleSoft 9.2. CIIS will demonstrate AP automation solutions at RECONNECT 2016, the annual event for business users of PeopleSoft, organized by the Quest International Users Group in Rosemont, IL, from July 19-21. Canon will also sponsor a keynote session at RECONNECT on July 20 and speak about the importance of imaging and information integration in the transformation of PeopleSoft business processes.

          Read more.


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