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    Oracle periodically produces Fusion Middleware patchsets -- cumulative collections of fixes -- between major product releases.  All Oracle customers have a limited amount of time to upgrade from the prior patchset when a later patchset is released.  This is called the "grace period."  You cannot request new patches for the prior patchset after the grace period ends.

    Where are Fusion Middleware grace periods documented?

    The specific grace periods for upgrading from one Fusion Middleware patchset to another are published here:

    Do these apply to EBS customers?

    Yes.  These dates apply to all Oracle customers, including E-Business Suite customers. 

    What is the impact on EBS customers using Application Management Pack?

    Enterprise Manager 12.1.0.5 was released in June 2015.  Oracle continued to create new patches for EM 12.1.0.4 until June 2016.  New patches for EM 12.1.0.4 are no longer available. New patches are being created only for EM 12.1.0.5.

    EBS 12.1 and 12.2 customers who need new patches for their Enterprise Manager components must be on EM 12.1.0.5 and AMP 12.1.0.4 BP3, at minimum.  No new patches for earlier versions of AMP will be available.

    EBS customers should consider upgrading to Enterprise Manager 13c and AMP 13.1 or higher:

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    When trying to compile a Oracle ACM/BPM 12.2.1 project (with Oracle Business Rules) the following message throws up: “Error in getting XML input stream”

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    When Oracle Business Rules 12.2.1 generates it’s default XSD it uses the full system path instead of a relative path for it’s imports. So make sure to manually change the import configuration. Read the complete article here.

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    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 past weeks were very intense. I've been to Japan for customer meetings and a Dev Day and an internal workshop, then on to China for an internal training, then to India for SANGAM conference and afterwards to Nürnberg for DOAG, the German Oracle User's Group conference. And UKOUG is just in two weeks ... You'll... [Read More]

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    imageAPI Platform for your APIs across Cloud and on-Premises

    Presenter: Robert Wunderlich, Oracle Senior Principal Product Manager

    Webcast description

    This is an introduction to API Platform due to release early 2017. API Platform allows you to design APIs in the cloud, and run them anywhere from Oracle Public Cloud, to Amazon, to Azure, or even on-premises. Come learn about how API Platform fits into a complete Integration Platform.

    Presenter's bio:

    Robert is the outbound Product Manager for API Platform Cloud Service. Formerly the PM for Oracle Service Bus, his background is in Integration and Microservice Architectures.

    Schedule:

    November 29th 9:00 AM GMT

    For details please visit the registration page here

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    We by default don’t store certain things in your SQLcl HISTORY list – like CONNECTs. For obvious reasons, it’s best not to store certain things, either for convenience or for security. Here’s how that is controlled. SET HISTORY BLACKLIST command1, command2, …, commandN (adsbygoogle... [Read More]

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    Following on from part 1, the next step is to have support for React JSX in the context of our Oracle JET application. The RequireJS plugin below works perfectly in the context of Oracle JET applications, as outlined below:

    https://github.com/podio/requirejs-react-jsx

    To use the above in your Oracle JET applications:

    1. Include the above plugin in "bower.json": "requirejs-react-jsx": "1.0.2"

    2. Add the following to the bootstrap file (i.e., main.js) paths directive:
      'babel': 'libs/requirejs-react-jsx/babel-5.8.34.min',
          'jsx': 'libs/requirejs-react-jsx/jsx'
    3. Create a file named "app.jsx", e.g., in a folder named "components", with this content, i.e., this defines a simple React component in a JSX file:
      define(function (require) {
          var React = require('react');
          var ReactDOM = require('react-dom');
          function App() {
              this.HelloWorld = React.createClass({
                  render: function () {
                      return (
                              <div>
                                  <h1>Hello, React!!!</h1>
                              </div>
                              );
                  }
              });
          }
          App.prototype.init = function () {
              ReactDOM.render(
                  <this.HelloWorld />,
                  document.getElementById('root')
              );
          };
          return App;
      });
    4. Now, let's use the above React component in one of our Oracle JET modules:
      define(['ojs/ojcore', 'knockout', 'jsx!components/app'],
          function (oj, ko, App) {
              function HomeViewModel() {
                  var self = this;
                  self.handleAttached = function (info) {
                      var app = new App();
                      app.init();
                  };
              }
              return new HomeViewModel();
          }
      );
      
    5. Finally, let's render the view, i.e., this is the "home.html" for the above "home.js":
      <div id="root"></div>

    That's it, the first React component expressed in JSX in an Oracle JET application.

    Here's a variation whereby you use a property in your JSX component, where the value changes based on a timer:

    define(function (require) {
        var React = require('react');
        var ReactDOM = require('react-dom');
        var messages = ['Hello, World', 'Hello, Planet', 'Hello, Universe'];
        function App() {
            this.Greeting = React.createClass({
                render: function () {
                    return (
                            <p>{this.props.message}</p>
                           )
                }
            });
        }
        App.prototype.init = function () {
            this.repeat();
        };
        App.prototype.repeat = function () {
            var ctx = this;
            var randomMessage = messages[Math.floor((Math.random() * 3))];
            ReactDOM.render(
                    <this.Greeting message={randomMessage}/>,
                    document.getElementById('root')
                    );
            setTimeout(function(){ctx.repeat()}, 1000);
        };
        return App;

    References: 

    https://www.sitepoint.com/getting-started-react-jsx/

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3264739/image-change-every-30-seconds-loop


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    In this series we will walk through different cloud products and how SaaS and PaaS can be combined together and their use in different projects.
    In this podcast we would like to introduce you to Oracle Process Cloud to a wider audience. Oracle Process Cloud is the part of Oracle PaaS Cloud and it focuses on delivering processes in Cloud.

    This episode features Leon Smiers, Solution Architect in Capgemini and Oracle ACE and Jeroen van Essen, Capgemini BPM Specialist. Listen to the podcast 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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    Watch this recorded webcast on EU GDPR and Data Anonymization featuring a counsel from Fieldfisher and  Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs explaining:    Key compliance requirements under EU GDPR Business impact and preparation   Measures taken by Dutch Ministry of... [Read More]

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    Watch this recorded webcast to hear lessons learned by Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs masking Non-Oracle and Oracle Databases using Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting [Read More]

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    Using the techniques discussed here and here, you can integrate a pretty cool React calculator component into your Oracle JET application. By default, this is how it looks in the page:

    When hovered over, the calculator animates and is then displayed as follows:

    Here's how I'm structuring JSX composites in my Oracle JET application:


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    In BPM 12c, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) can be used to measure the performance of the business process. You can use KPIs to improve the business process by identifying potential issues and addressing them. You can also roll up KPIs from an executable BPM process into a Business Architecture model.

    To do this you need to publish your BPM project to the Process Asset Manager (PAM). You can add KPIs to the BPM Project in the Business Process Composer and then deploy the project. You can roll up this BPM KPI into a Business Architecture Model that links to it. This video walks through an example of how a KPI is rolled up into a Value Chain Model. It also does a quick walk through of the Process Criticality Report.

    Video on Rolling up a BPM KPI into Business Architecture Models Watch the video 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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    Correlations in Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) is a special mechanism used to associate a message with a conversation between different partners in a business process.

    There are two types of correlations:

    • Automatic: This is the default and out-of-the-box correlation used between two business partners which makes use of a special token called "Conversation Id" to uniquely associate a message with a conversation via Web Service Addressing (WS-Addressing) to correlate a callback message using the "Conversation Id".
    • Message Based: This type of correlation enables the definition and use of "business-friendly" information carried as part of the message payload to be used to uniquely identify and associate a message with a conversation (for example, OrderId, CustomerId, etc.). This type of correlation enables the definition of multiple attributes referred to as "Correlation Properties" into various correlation sets know as "Correlation Keys".

    So let's see how you to use the two correlation types in a demo scenario. The simulated process will invoke an asynchronous process first by using the default correlations and then by using message-based correlations.
    Create the basic BPM application and BPM project (I named it OracleBPM12cCorrelationsDemoApp and OracleBPM12cCorrelationsDemo respectively) and choose "Composite with BPMN Process" in step 3 of the "Create BPM Application" and click “Finish”. 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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    It is not to Late to Join us for
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    Schedule:

    Wednesday, November 23,

    • 07:00 AM (US Pacific Time)
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    This one-hour advisor webcast is recommended for technical as well as functional users,
    who are interested to know how to customize Field Service Report of Mobile Field Service
    Multi-platform (MFS MP) and Field Service Technician Portal (FSTP).


    Topics Include:

    •     How to customize Field Service Report in FSTP.
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    •     Important Troubleshooting

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        Ready to brave clogged highways, TSA security lines, cramped middle seats, and lost bags this holiday season?  Of course you aren't... but unfortunately, you'll likely have to in order to spend time with family and friends on Turkey Day. While holiday travel can be annoying, and even downright painful, you can still make the best of it thanks to mobile devices, laptops, and WiFi!  In this on-demand world, there are many options for entertainment, and even (gasp)... learning, while you're on a plane, a train, or even in the back seat of a car on the highway.  While you might be tempted to catch up on Narcos, or try to figure out what the heck is going on in Westworld (is everyone a robot?), we'd like to offer up two entertaining, and informative, webcasts in which you can learn how to build better mobile apps in a short amount of time.  In each webcast, Oracle Business Development Representative for Digital Experience Rene de Boer speaks with Oracle Director of Mobility, EMEA, Martin Cookson, and Oracle Director of Mobile PaaS Business Development, Ian Wallis about all things Mobile! 


        In the first webcast, Rene will chat with Martin and Ian about how digital transformation can create new business opportunities by engaging people through the use of the latest mobile, social, cloud and collaboration technologies.  If your business goals are to create customer value, increase customer loyalty, and reduce customer costs, you'll need to optimize your mobile presence by using real-time, contextual, and intelligent mobile interfaces to respond to the numerous "mobile moments" that customers have become accustomed to as they search for and consume information, products, and services. Building mobile apps quickly with embedded contextual and location features, and soon, with services like intelligent, interactive chatbots will be a critical part of this digital transformation, and Martin and Ian will tell you what you need to do to stay ahead of the competition.


        In the second webcast, Rene, Martin and Ian continue their discussion with a specific focus on how this digital transformation will affect IT departments.  Integrating new, mobile, front end technology that customers have come to expect with back end infrastructure can be extremely time consuming, but it doesn't have to be.  IT departments need to increase company value, create reusable assets, and reduce the cost of operations in order to optimize mobile integration and delivery. One way to do this is by creating and deploying reusable APIs in order to increase agility, secure access to valuable data, and reduce overall friction when integrating front end and back end systems. Martin and Ian will discuss how these reusable API services are applicable to everything IT touches in "Mobile," from managing offline data and location services in your mobile app, to securing and restricting mobile app access, to introducing chatbots into your mobile platform.


        You can access the first webcast here and the second webcast here.  And remember that you can continue the discussion about the webcasts on our Oracle Mobile LinkedIn group, or you can tweet us @OracleMobile


        Happy Thanksgiving!


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        Recognized for their technical expertise, Oracle ACEs contribute knowledge with articles, technical advice, blog posts, and tweets. The Oracle ACE Program is comprised of 3 levels: Oracle ACE Associate, Oracle ACE, and Oracle ACE Director. The "Associate" designation is base level entry into the program for those who are just getting started with their community activities and aspire to contribute at higher levels. You can join the community and learn from their insights and experience. 

        We are always searching for Oracle Linux ACEs. As an example for you and a way to promote one of our Oracle Linux ACEs,  Johan Louwers,  here's a compilation of his November blogposts and few examples below:

        • Oracle Linux : sending mail with Sendmail

        In need to send mails from a bash script? You can check some examples on how to use sendmail on Oracle Linux in this blogpost

        • Oracle Cloud - persistent IaaS storage

        In cases where you do not want to loose your Oracle Linux instance storage device on the Oracle IaaS cloud you can now make your storage more persistent in the latest version. You can read about it in this blogpost

        • Oracle Linux and understanding Oracle Cloud IP's

        Trying to understand how the cloud IP’s work in the Oracle Cloud while using Oracle Linux. Check thisblogpost

        Read more.


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        Written by Alexandra Georgescu, Oracle University Marketing Manager

        Earlier this year, the World Economic Forum published a study concerning the dynamics of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, how it will affect the current gender gap across industries and the future impact of key disruptions on women’s employment.

        The Future of Jobs highlights that female talent remains one of the most underutilized business resources, either lost through lack of progression or untapped from the beginning.

        According to the study:

        • The Fourth Industrial Revolution will have an unevenly negative impact on the economic prospects of women - even though the sweeping changes caused by disruptions to the labor force will result in more women progressing into senior positions.
        • Automation and disintermediation, as imminent results of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, will lead to job losses that will impact both men and women equally.
        • 52% of the 5.1 million net job losses expected globally between now and 2020 affect men, compared with 48% affecting women.
        • Some of the largest job losses are expected in job families with the largest share of female employees, such as office and administrative roles.
        • Over the past few decades, these roles have helped educated women step into the labor market in many developed and emerging markets.
        • Job families that expect the highest employment growth, such as architecture and engineering, computer and mathematics, currently have one of the lowest female participation rates and encounter difficulties in recruiting women.

        Given women’s low participation in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics professions) some of the fastest-growing areas of job creation, women stand to gain only one new STEM job for every 20 lost across other job families.

        The ratio for men is one new STEM job for every four lost in other industries.

        It's Not All Bleak

        Nonetheless, women are expected to make progress in securing more senior roles.

        • The report predicts a 9% increase in women holding mid-level positions by 2020, and an increase of up to 12% in the number of women holding senior positions.
        • Most businesses want to recruit, retain and promote more women than they did before.
        • More than a quarter of companies surveyed identified female talent as crucial to their future workforce strategies.

        Skilling Up to Stay Competitive

        Women may be in the firing line of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, but with proper training and re-skilling certifications, the danger of being left behind fades.

        Job growth is expected to be concentrated in some traditionally male-dominated fields, including architecture, engineering, computer and mathematics roles.

        The challenge for women is to invest in improving their skills to stay relevant in the face of change.

        It's crucial to get trained and certified in STEM, a field in which women currently make up only 32% graduates across the world.

        Oracle and Java are among the highest paying IT certifications.

        According to recent studies, top credentials like these enable both women and men to obtain up-to-date, in-demand skills and current knowledge that leads tohigher earning power.

        Job experience, coupled with a well-respected Oracle Certification, demonstrates skill and proficiency in the industry and sets adults on the path to a better and more rewarding career.

        In the Fourth Industrial Revolution, training and certification will play an increasingly important role in career advancement.

        As young men and women map out their careers, they have a broader range of learning opportunities to choose from than prior generations.

        Their decisions on what to study, when, and how will be less influenced by the attraction of traditional degrees from traditional providers.

        Oracle offers new types of training and certifications that empower young professionals to acquire the experience and knowledge needed to become professionally successful.

        Check out the most popular Oracle certifications and choose the one that will become a solid base of a successful career in IT.

        Sources: WE ForumHuffington Post


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        Today I'm going to publish the blogpost, which has been written by Javier De La Torre Medina. Thanks to him for the great research! All below is his article. Big Data SQL over nested tables in Oracle NoSQL. In the Oracle NoSQL database, customers can take advantage of the table model. The... [Read More]

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        Today I'm going to publish the blogpost, which has been written by Javier De La Torre Medina. Thanks to him for the great research! All below is his article. Oracle Big Data SQL over complex data types in Oracle NoSQL When working with Oracle NoSQL databases, we have the flexibility to choose... [Read More]

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        Attend our November edition of the SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast live on November 29th 2016 at 16:00 CET.


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        For the latest information please visit Community Updates Wiki page (SOA Community membership required).

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        A new white paper for the Oracle Optimizer is now available. Just go to the Query Optimization page in OTN and click the Optimizer with Oracle Database 12c link. I've kept the content and format close to the way Maria organized it, so it will be familiar to you if you've read previous versions. The main difference... [Read More]

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