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    Starting October 1st the ATG and Endeca Commerce Knowledge Zones have been decommissioned. The Oracle ATG and Endeca Commerce specialization and resell programs have been retired as well.

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    What we have so far, after part 1, is a custom component. What's we'd like to have is an extension to ABCS so that the component can be dragged and dropped into any application created in ABCS.

    In the left side of ABCS, below, provided by the hamburger button in the top left, you see an item called "Extensions":

    Now you're on the page below where, as you can see in the left side, you can create new UI components:

    Fill in the details below, which is a dialog that appears after you click the button above:

    Click Template above and then click "blackbox" below.

    When you click OK above and wait some seconds, a new UI component will be created for you, as shown below. Use the Sources tab to edit the code in the UI component. The business logic goes into "Initialiser.js", while the view goes into "blackbox.html":

    The other files provide related support, for example, in "Constants.js", you can tweak the display name of the new UI component. There's also files dealing with the drop dialog and property inspector that can be extended.

    Back in the Page Designer, you'll see your new UI component, named "Black Box" by default (below you can see I changed it to "Greeting" because I edited the "Constants.js" file), in the "Common" category, from where you can drag and drop it into the canvas.

    There's syntax coloring to help you, when editing your UI component in the browser above. On the other hand, you can also export the extension to a ZIP file and open the source files into an editor, such as NetBeans IDE, edit the files there, ZIP them up again, and upload them in the dialog above.

    Further reading: UI Extensions in Application Builder Cloud Service


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    The next step is to give your citizen developers a Property Inspector for the UI component extension you're creating for them.

    Let's go through the whole process from start to finish, imagining you've gone through the various dialogs in yesterday's blog entry and you now have a UI component extension generated for you from the "blackbox" template. We'll use the "Hello World" scenario from the Knockout site for this example. 

    1. Define the UI Component Extension. In 'blackbox.html', replace the content between the 'div' tags with the following:
      <p>First name: <input data-bind="value: firstName" /></p>
      <p>Last name: <input data-bind="value: lastName" /></p>
      <h2>Hello, <span data-bind="text: fullName"> </span>!</h2>

      In 'Initialiser.js', rewrite the 'ko.components.register' expression to the following and note that "text1" and "text2" do not exist yet, we'll create them in the next steps below:

      ko.components.register(Constants.COMPONENT_ID, {
          viewModel: function (params) {
              var self = this;
              self.firstName = ko.observable(params.text1);
              self.lastName = ko.observable(params.text2);
              self.fullName = ko.pureComputed(function () {
                  return self.firstName() + "" + self.lastName();
              }, this);
          },
          template: template
      });

      You now have your UI component extension and should be able to reload it into your Page Designer. From there, you can drag and drop it into the canvas. In the Property Inspector, on the right side of the Page Designer, notice the "Initial Value" field, which has its value set to "Hello World!" We're going to rewrite that to a "First Name" property, and connect it to the "First Name" field in the UI component extension, so that your citizen developer can set a default first name whenever they've dragged our UI component extension into the canvas.

    2. Reuse the Default Property

      The template you used to create your extension includes a property that we can use as the basis of our own property, after which we can connect it to our component. To do this, we'll work down the list of files in the "js" folder, one by one and rewrite bits and pieces as needed:

    • Constants.js. Change the name of PROPERTY_ID_TEXT to PROPERTY_ID_FIRST and its value to 'text1'. Change the name of DEFAULT_MESSAGE to DEFAULT_FIRST and its value to 'Planet'.

    • Creator.js. In 'ComponentCreator.prototype.createView', change the property 'text' to 'text1' and DEFAULT_MESSAGE to DEFAULT_FIRST. (Tip: In Creator.js, change the "2" for "minWidth" to a different integer if you want the component, when it is dropped, to have a different width.)

    • PropertyInspectorViewModel. In the function, rewrite 'text' everywhere to 'text1' and PROPERTY_ID_TEXT to PROPERTY_ID_FIRST.

    • ViewGenerator.js. Change 'text' to 'text1'. Change all usages of 'message' to 'text1'.

    Next, we'll work in the "html" folder:

    • blackboxPI.html. Rewrite 'Initial Value' to 'First Name', rewrite 'text' to 'text1'.

    • blackboxWrapper.html. Change the two usages of 'message' to 'text1'.

  • Use the Property Inspector

    On the Extensions page, click "Reload Extensions", go back to the Page Designer, drag-and-drop your component into the canvas and then notice that you're able to fill in and change the default first name in the Property Inspector:



  • Write a Property from Scratch

    Now that we've rewritten the default property and, essentially, refactored it for our purposes, let's write one ourselves. We'll write a "text2" property so that the Last Name will be customizable from the Property Inspector.

      • Constants.js. Define PROPERTY_ID_LAST and its value to 'text2'. Define DEFAULT_FIRST and set its value to 'World'.

      • Creator.js. In 'ComponentCreator.prototype.createView', add a comma after the definition of 'text1' and add 'text2', with its value set to DEFAULT_LAST.

      • PropertyInspectorViewModel. Copy 'self.text1' and related code, rename everything to 'text2' and PROPERTY_ID_LAST.

      • ViewGenerator.js. Copy the various 'text1' statements and paste them and rename to 'text2'. And then include 'text2' in the 'ViewGeneratorSupport.applyMap' construct, as shown below:
        var val = ViewGeneratorSupport.applyMap(template, {
            id: view.getId(),
            elementName: Constants.COMPONENT_ID,
            text1: text1,
            text2: text2
        });

      Next, we'll work in the "html" folder:

      • blackboxPI.html. Copy the whole "First Name" section, paste it, rename it to "Last Name", and "text1" to "text2".

      • blackboxWrapper.html. Rewrite to include your new parameter:
        <$elementName$ id="$id$" 
                       params="{text1: '$text1$', text2: '$text2$'}">
        </$elementName$>
    1. Use the Property Inspector.

      When you reload extensions, go back to the Page Designer, and drag-and-drop your component again, you'll see that you can now customize both of the properties.

      Also note that, thanks to your code in ViewGenerator.js, you have error handling built in:

    2. What you've learned is how to extend your UI component extension to include support for the Property Inspector.


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      Microsoft IE LogoMS16-104: Security update for Internet Explorer: September 13, 2016 (KB3185319) breaks the JRE (oaj2se.exe) download function in Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 and 12.2. This issue occurs with IE 11 on Windows 7, 8.1, and 10.

      Expected behaviour: If an end-user does not have the required JRE plug-in release installed on their desktop client, a dialog box appears, asking whether they wish to download it from the EBS server. When the end-user confirms the download, the oaj2se.exe file downloads and runs.

      Incorrect behaviour after the installation of KB3185319: When the end-user confirms the download via the dialog box, the oaj2se.exe will not download.

      How to fix this problem

      Microsoft has published separate fixes for this issue for Windows 7, 8.1, and 10.  The appropriate patch must be installed on all affected end-user desktop clients:

      Temporary workaround

      If an end-user has installed KB3185319 but is unable to install the fix, end-users may work around the problem by entering the file's URL in Internet Explorer's address bar.  For example:

      http(s)://<myserver.example.com>:<port>/OA_HTML/oaj2se.exe

      Reference

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      Starting October 1st the Oracle Policy Automation Cloud Service 2017 Implementation Essentials Exam is available in Beta. The exam is designed for OPA Senior Sales Consultant and Intermediate Policy Modelers with 1 to 4 years of experience and with previous implementation practice (2-4). Exam candidates who score a passing grade on the beta exam will be recognized as Oracle Policy Automation Cloud Service 2017 Certified Implementation Specialists.

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      The next feature to be added to your UI component extension is a Drop Dialog, i.e., when the citizen developer drags and drops your component, a small dialog will appear to fill in some of the values in the component to override the defaults the component gives you:



      To achieve the above, do the following.

      1. Create the View. In your 'templates' folder, add a new HTML file, with any name, such as "popup.html", with this content:
        <div>
          <label for="componentdropCustomizer-label">First Name</label>
          <input id="componentdropCustomizer-label" type="text"
              placeholder="Enter First Name" data-bind="ojComponent: {
                  component: 'ojInputText',
                  value: text1
          }">
          <label for="componentdropCustomizer-label">Last Name</label>
          <input id="componentdropCustomizer-label" type="text"
              placeholder="Enter Last Name" data-bind="ojComponent: {
                  component: 'ojInputText',
                  value: text2
          }">
        </div>
        <div>
          <button data-bind="ojComponent: {
              component: 'ojButton',
              label: 'Finish'
          }, click: finish">
          </button>
          <button data-bind="ojComponent: {
              component: 'ojButton',
              label: 'Cancel'
          }, click: cancel">
          </button>
        </div>
      2. Add the Business Logic. All the business logic for this scenario is found in the 'Creator.js' file.

        • Rewrite the 'define' block, to load the 'popup.html' file and provide the API you'll be needing:
          define([
              'com.greeting/js/Constants',
              'components.dt/js/api/ComponentFactory',
              'components.dt/js/spi/creators/CreatorType',
              'components.dt/js/spi/creators/DropPopupController',
              'text!com.greeting/templates/popup.html'
          ], function(Constants, ComponentFactory, CreatorType, DropPopupController, popupMarkup) {
        • Change the return value of "getType" to CreatorType.POPUP.

        • Below 'createView', define 'getDropPopupController':
          ComponentCreator.prototype.getDropPopupController = function (view) {
              // right after the view is created, the infrastructure calls this method
              // to get an instance of DropPopupController, providing the html markup,
              // view model, and the callback implementation for the popup.
              var myPopupViewModel = this._createModel();
              var customizer = new ComponentCreator.MyDropCustomizer(view, myPopupViewModel);
              // create an instance of DropPopupController with required popup model and markup.
              var controller = new DropPopupController(myPopupViewModel, popupMarkup, customizer);
              // attach a finish handler to your model and dismiss the popup
              // when the model says so using an API finish method.
              myPopupViewModel.finishHandler = function (result) {
                  controller.finish(result);
              };
              return controller;
          };
        • Below the above, you need all of this:
          ComponentCreator.prototype._createModel = function () {
              var model = {
                  text1: ko.observable(),
                  text2: ko.observable(),
                  finishHandler: undefined,
                  finish: function () {
                      this.finishHandler(true);
                  },
                  cancel: function () {
                      this.finishHandler(false);
                  }
              };
              return model;
          };
          
          var MyDropCustomizer = function (view, model) {
              this._view = view;
              this._model = model;
          };
          
          MyDropCustomizer.prototype.opened = function () {
              // you can do something useful here
          };
          
          MyDropCustomizer.prototype.closed = function (accepted) {
              if (accepted) {
                  // popup was accepted and closed, let's update view properties
                  this._view.getProperties().setValue('text1', this._model.text1());
                  this._view.getProperties().setValue('text2', this._model.text2());
              }
              // do not forget to return a promise resolving to the view instance
              return Promise.resolve(this._view);
          };
          
          ComponentCreator.MyDropCustomizer = MyDropCustomizer;
      And now, when you drag and drop, you should see a small dialog for filling in initial values.


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      Security is a key topic for all IT professionals today. In the Oracle Linux 7: What's New For Administrators, learn about about:

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      Oracle versions numbers can be very long.  Complicating matters further, different product families within Oracle use the version hierarchy differently.  This can make it confusing to determine whether a specific product update has been certified with Oracle E-Business Suite.

      Specifically, a customer recently asked whether it was acceptable to apply the Oracle Access Manager 11.1.2.2.8 patchset to their OAM instance that was integrated with EBS 12.1.3.  They were concerned because our OAM integration documentation for that combination explicitly specified compatibility with OAM 11.1.2.2.0.

      In this particular case, the fifth-level digit in the Oracle Access Manager version is not relevant.  In other words, the customer could apply OAM 11.1.2.2.8 because it was covered by the OAM 11.1.2.2.0 certification. 

      For example, all of the following OAM patchsets will work with EBS 12.1.3:

      • OAM 11.1.2.2.0 (documented certification)
      • OAM 11.1.2.2.1
      • OAM 11.1.2.2.2
      • OAM 11.1.2.2.3
      • OAM 11.1.2.2.4
      • OAM 11.1.2.2.5
      • OAM 11.1.2.2.6
      • OAM 11.1.2.2.7
      • OAM 11.1.2.2.8

      This is sometimes shown in our documentation in either of the following ways:

      • OAM 11.1.2.2
      • OAM 11.1.2.2.x

      The absence of a fifth-digit or the presence of an 'X' in the fifth digit's place means any fifth-digit level updates may be applied to an OAM environment integrated with EBS 12.1.3 without requiring a new certification.  This applies to all environments, including test and production.

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      There are tons of properties you can set in your design objects. In fact, I discovered a ‘new’ one this week thanks to my friend David. #Oracle #SQLDev Data Modeler users please up vote my feature request to allow additional “display as” componentshttps://t.co/2fIbVXmIn9::: — david schleis (@dschleis)... [Read More]

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      Remeber Ausemon? That cool app we told you about back in August that was based off of Pokemon Go? The one that Oracle team members built in only one weekend for Australia's GovHack 2016? The one that used both location services and big data to create an interactive experience for hikers along Canberra's Centenary Trail? Well... it just won the Most Innovative Project Award at GovHack 2016!

      When Oracle Australia team members Joel Nation, James Ryles, Chris Flemming, and Damien McAually decided to build Ausemon, they had little idea that eventually, they'd be taking home this prestigious honor. In a competition that included projects such as a chatbot for job seekers that used the power of IBM Watson, a giant flamethrower / art piece that incorporated government data to visually represent the spread of Australian wildfires, and a roulette wheel that suggested local points of interest to Canberra's tourists, Ausemon, built with Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Application Container Cloud Service and Database Cloud Service, prevailed! Considering the ingenuity of some of the competing entries, this accomplishment is worth noting, and celebrating!

      So congratulations Chris, Damien, James and Joel! A fantastic job, and a fantastic mobile app!

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      Thanks to the whole community for the excellent summaries:

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      · Phil Wilkins Open World – Key Messages

      · Remco Cats Oracle OpenWorld 2016

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      You may have end-users outside of your organization's firewall who need access to E-Business Suite.  One way of doing that is to set up a reverse proxy server and a series of network segments separated by firewalls. 

      EBS DMZ architecture

      The outermost network segment that lies between the internet and an organization's intranet is often called a Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).  DMZs are enforced by firewalls and other networking security devices.

      Setting up a DMZ

      Instructions for deploying EBS 12.2 in a DMZ-based architecture are published here:

      Externally-facing EBS products

      A subset of EBS products can be deployed for external use, including iSupplier, iRecruitment, iSupport, and others.  Many of these products have special rules that must be enabled in the URL Firewall to work properly in external deployments.  For a complete list of E-Business Suite products certified for external use, see Section 6 in Note 1375670.1.

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      Oracle HCM: Oracle Fusion HCM Solutions Knowledge Zone has been decommissioned.

      Please subscribe to Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Knowledge Zone to receive OPN communications and stay updated with the latest partner-specific training, resources, go-to-market tools, and support. 


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