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    imageRegister Now! (all registrants will receive a link after the session to the presentation, session recording and Q&A)

    This session provides a basic product introduction to Oracle MFT from the product management team, along with real-world implementation experience and advice from an experienced SOA partner doing a cloud MFT implementation. Nearly all SOA Suite customers have needs for moving files around using managed file transfer approaches and now that Oracle has a SOA Suite component offering this functionality, we want to answer the typical questions SOA customers have around MFT, such as: what does it do and how does it work? When should I use MFT vs the SOA Suite file capabilities? What are other SOA customers doing with Oracle MFT today? Etc.

    Participants in this session include:

    • Dave Berry from the Oracle Service and Cloud Integration prod mgmt team, responsible for the MFT product, providing a product overview, release timeline and demo
    • Ben Kothari of Ampliflex, talking about lessons learned and best practices from implementing MFT in the cloud for a SOA Suite 12c transportation services customer, including integrating with MFT to HR systems (e.g. Fusion HCM, Taleo, payroll, benefit providers)
    • David Shaffer of Middleworks, moderating and providing additional resources

    Register Now!

    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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    The Rapid Clone tool is used to create a working identical copy of an existing Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 environment.  There are several ways of using Rapid Clone, including cloning a single node environment to another single node environment, adding additional nodes to an existing environment, and reducing nodes when cloning a multinode environment to a single node clone. 

    Cloning EBS 12.1.3

    The guide to using Rapid Clone in EBS 12.1 environments is:

    When things go wrong

    Given the variety of ways that this tool can be used, it is inevitable that some things might not go as expected.  When that happens, it's helpful to have a troubleshooting framework to narrow down the possible root causes and identify a solution. 

    If you've encountered a problem with Rapid Clone, your first stop should be:

    This excellent Note covers the most-common questions and issues associated with Rapid Clone, such as:

    • Location of cloning log files
    • Missing prerequisite patches
    • Preparing the source system's database and application tiers
    • The expected layout of the cloning stage area for both the applications and database tiers
    • Execution of the cloning process
    • Inventory registration issues
    • Common issues when cloning the database tier
    • Known issues

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    Join this webcast to learn how Oracle provides an integrated suite of cloud solutions that enables organizations to build a digital business allowing business users to collaborate better, automate their business processes & tasks and deliver rich, interactive mobile communications – all with the utmost security and control.

    • Presenter: Victor Ameh – FMW Consultant – Oracle Partner HUB - EMEA Innovation & Modernization Center
    • Demo: Oracle Process & Documents Cloud Service – Rapid Business Automation in the Cloud Delivery Format
    • Date: Thursday, Nov 17th , 10 am CEST (9am BST/11am EEST)

    Learn more about it.

    Register now!


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    Oracle Forms, as technology, underpins tens of thousands of applications across the globe and in particular in the Nordic region if you pay tax, use the railways, eat fish, use a phone, transport goods by truck, book into a hotel or even if you furnish your home with particular brand of popular furniture then in all likelihood there is an Oracle Forms system keeping that business running.

    Whilst we all recognize the importance of stable data-driven enterprise applications we can't fail to recognize that mobile devices dominate our personal lives; and through a process of osmosis, those mobile demands are more and more finding their way into our day-to-day Enterprise IT systems.

    So what might mobile IT bring to the party? Could you improve your business by taking your current, traditional processes out of the back office and into the hands of users at the point they need it? Can you still use the IT assets and services that underpin your core business, but surface them to users in a modern mobile user experience? What are the components of a successful mobile strategy?

    I'm pleased to confirm that the Oracle User Groups in Denmark and Finland will be hosting Grant Ronald, Director of Product Management Mobile at Oracle, speaking at dedicated events in November on Mobile, on how you can reuse existing IT assets such as Oracle Forms.

    Each session will explore the mobile "art of the possible" and introduce the technologies that underpin a successful mobile architecture. The agenda will follow:

    • User Group Introduction
    • Oracle Forms State of the Union (Michael Ferrante, via webinar)
    • Why Mobile is Important
    • Oracle Forms and Mobile: The art of the possible
    • Building a successful mobile architecture
    • Customer stories
    • Open discussion and Q&A

    The roadshow will continue in the new year (January) with events in Sweden and Norway. To register to attend this event, please click the link below.

    29th November, DOUG, Denmark, Oracle Ballerup

    30th November, OUGF, Finland, Radisson Blue Seaside Hotelli, Helsinki


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    To help get partners prepared to recommend and implement the Oracle Exadata platform and Oracle Exadata Cloud solution we have created a dedicated certification. The Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Cloud Service 2017 Certified Implementation Specialist includes a complete training plan and corresponding exam to help partners get certified on the latest Exadata and Oracle Database 12c software and Exadata X6-2 hardware.

    Candidates who score a passing grade on the exam will be recognized as Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Cloud Service 2017 Certified Implementation Specialists.

    Request a discounted beta voucher via the OPN Beta Certified Specialist Exam Voucher Request Form!


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    Oracle Database 12c Release 2 (12.2) is available now in the Oracle Cloud in DBCS and ECS in both NAS and EMEA zones, as well as being available on Exadata Express Cloud Service. The Oracle Database 12.2 documentation should be published later today. Just to note down, the versions supporting direct upgrade either... [Read More]

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    Join us at the Oracle Headquarters in Redwood Shores, CA to continue to develop your CX practices and solutions based on Oracle’s CX Platform proposition and find out how the value of Oracle’s Cloud Platform can help change your opportunity within your customer’s digital journey.

    The goal of this event will be to give you, our CX Cloud and Marketing Cloud partners, global and regional system integrators and regional solution partners the opportunity to understand:

    •     The complete Oracle CX Platform and Sales Plays
    •     Leveraging the CX Portfolio to Drive Customer Transformation
    •     How marketing is the tip of the CX spear
    •     All available Oracle assets
    Date/Time: Jan 17 - Jan 18, 2017 ; 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    There is no registration fee for Oracle partners! REGISTER NOW


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    Laying a Foundation for Big Data Environments with Flexible Data Integration

    As big data environments take a more prominent role in analytics solutions, customers are looking for flexible and cost-efficient yet robust solutions. Oracle’s data integration offering combines the powers of the cloud, big data, and machine learning aided by slick user experience-optimized interfaces.

    During this webcast, our experts will explore how to:

              ·Build a future-ready solution that supports open source for both speed and batch processing

              ·Upgrade your big data analytics in the cloud to include self-service capabilities for data ingest and preparation

              ·Use cloud-based data integration to improve efficiency while enjoying cutting edge capabilities

     Join us Thursday, November 10

     10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET

    Register HERE!


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    As our new database release, Oracle Database 12c Release 2, is now available on the Exadata Express Cloud Service, the Exadata Cloud Service, and the Database Cloud Service, we can start talking about the new features and changes it brings. In regards to Parallel Execution let me start with the initialization... [Read More]

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    Did you know that there are FREE sample questions available for Java Programmer exams?

    Test your knowledge of key Java concepts before taking an exam. Get a feel for the types and difficulty of the questions you will see on the exam. You’ve attended classes, studied, practice and prepared. Take this final step to ensure you’re ready.

    Access the free sample questions for each of the Java exams below.


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    Malmo, Sweden, November 2016

    San Francisco, USA, October 2016


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    Oracle Database 12.2.0.1 is available now in the Oracle Cloud. And this is the list of 46 new init.ora/spfile parameters compared to Oracle Database 12.1.0.2 - including the links (where possible) to the Oracle Database 12.2 Reference documentation. ... [Read More]

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    There are different ways to achieve asynchronous interaction in Oracle SOA Suite. In this blog article, I’ll explain some differences between WS-Addressing and using correlation sets (in BPEL but also mostly valid for BPM). I’ll cover topics like how to put the Service Bus between calls, possible integration patterns and technical challenges.

    I will also shortly describe recovery options. You can of course depend on the fault management framework. This framework however does not catch for example a BPEL Assign activity gone wrong or a failed transformation. Developer defined error handling can sometimes leave holes if not thoroughly checked. If a process which should have performed a callback, terminates because of unexpected reasons, you might be able to manually perform recovery actions to achieve the same result as when the process was successful. This usually implies manually executing a callback to a calling service. Depending on your choice of implementation for asynchronous interaction, this callback can be easy or hard.

    WS-Addressing

    The below part describes a WS-Addressing implementation based on BPEL templates. There are alternatives possible (requiring more manual work) such as using the OWSM WS-Addressing policy and explicitly defining a callback port. This has slightly different characteristics (benefits, drawbacks) which can be abstracted from the below description. BPM has similar characteristics but also slightly different templates.

    When creating a BPEL process, you get several choices for templates to base a new process on. The Synchronous BPEL template creates a port which contains a reply (output message) in the WSDL. When you want to reply, you can use the ‘Reply’ activity in your BPEL process. The activity is present when opening your BPEL process after generation by the template, but you can use it in other locations, such as for example in exception handlers to reply with a SOAP fault. If you want to call a synchronous service, you only need a single ‘Invoke’ activity.

    The output message is not created in the WSDL when using the One Way or Asynchronous templates. Also when sending an asynchronous ‘reply’, you have to use the Invoke activity in your BPEL process instead of the ‘Reply’ activity. One Way BPEL process and Asynchronous BPEL process templates are quite similar. The Asynchronous template creates a callback port and message. The ‘Invoke’ activity to actually do the asynchronous callback is already present in the BPEL process after it has been generated based on the template. The One Way template does not create a callback port in the WSDL and callback invoke in the BPEL process. If you want to call an Asynchronous service and want to do something with an asynchronous callback, you should first use an ‘Invoke’ activity to call the service and then wait with a ‘Receive’ activity for the callback. 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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    So far in this series we looked at how to ensure query consistency, how correctly use predicates, managing sorting, using the built-in measures to help with optimise your code and the impact of different types of quantifiers: SQL Pattern Matching deep dive - Part 1 SQL Pattern Matching Deep Dive -... [Read More]

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    Webcast_icon.jpgVCP 12.2.6 Enhancements - Policy Planning

    Date: November 10, 2016 at 11:00 am ET, 8:00 am PT, 3:00 pm GMT, 8:30 pm, India Time (Mumbai)


    This one-hour advisor webcast is recommended for technical users, functional users, and professionals looking to advance and expand their VCP knowledge in VCP 12.2.6 new features in Policy Planning.

    Topics will include:

    • Introduction to Policy Planning Concepts
    • Features and Demo - Inventory Policy Planning
    • Features and Demo on replenishments using Service Parts Policy Planning
    • Review and Policy Planning Metrics in APCC

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    Details & Registration


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    This is the 2nd posting in my series about init.ora/SPFILE parameters in Oracle Database 12.2.0.1.  New SPFILE Parameters in Oracle Database 12.2.0.1 Obsolete SPFILE Parameters in Oracle Database 12.2.0.1 Deprecated SPFILE Parameters in Oracle Database 12.2.0.1 Find the list of the 159... [Read More]

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    There are different ways to achieve asynchronous interaction in Oracle SOA Suite. In this blog article, I’ll explain some differences between WS-Addressing and using correlation sets (in BPEL but also mostly valid for BPM). I’ll cover topics like how to put the Service Bus between calls, possible integration patterns and technical challenges.

    I will also shortly describe recovery options. You can of course depend on the fault management framework. This framework however does not catch for example a BPEL Assign activity gone wrong or a failed transformation. Developer defined error handling can sometimes leave holes if not thoroughly checked. If a process which should have performed a callback, terminates because of unexpected reasons, you might be able to manually perform recovery actions to achieve the same result as when the process was successful. This usually implies manually executing a callback to a calling service. Depending on your choice of implementation for asynchronous interaction, this callback can be easy or hard.

    WS-Addressing

    The below part describes a WS-Addressing implementation based on BPEL templates. There are alternatives possible (requiring more manual work) such as using the OWSM WS-Addressing policy and explicitly defining a callback port. This has slightly different characteristics (benefits, drawbacks) which can be abstracted from the below description. BPM has similar characteristics but also slightly different templates.

    When creating a BPEL process, you get several choices for templates to base a new process on. The Synchronous BPEL template creates a port which contains a reply (output message) in the WSDL. When you want to reply, you can use the ‘Reply’ activity in your BPEL process. The activity is present when opening your BPEL process after generation by the template, but you can use it in other locations, such as for example in exception handlers to reply with a SOAP fault. If you want to call a synchronous service, you only need a single ‘Invoke’ activity.

    The output message is not created in the WSDL when using the One Way or Asynchronous templates. Also when sending an asynchronous ‘reply’, you have to use the Invoke activity in your BPEL process instead of the ‘Reply’ activity. One Way BPEL process and Asynchronous BPEL process templates are quite similar. The Asynchronous template creates a callback port and message. The ‘Invoke’ activity to actually do the asynchronous callback is already present in the BPEL process after it has been generated based on the template. The One Way template does not create a callback port in the WSDL and callback invoke in the BPEL process. If you want to call an Asynchronous service and want to do something with an asynchronous callback, you should first use an ‘Invoke’ activity to call the service and then wait with a ‘Receive’ activity for the callback. 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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    Want a fast way to spool CSV or JSON from Oracle Database? Check out the new SQL*Plus 12.2 SET MARKUP CSV option and the new Oracle Database 12.2 JSON_OBJECT operator. You can try Oracle Database 12.2 now using Oracle Cloud Database Service. Fast, Easy CSV with SQL*Plus and Oracle Database First, let's see CSV... [Read More]

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    Here's a recording (go to it directly on Vimeo here) of a session I did yesterday here in Malmo, Sweden, at Oredev, all about the requirements for enterprise JavaScript and Oracle's free and open source solutions for this space.

    Get started with all of this yourself for free in a free three week on-line course here.


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