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    The Oracle Database 12.1 parameter OPTIMIZER_ADAPTIVE_FEATURES has been made OBSOLETE (i.e. must be removed from the SPFILE when upgrading) in Oracle Database 12.2. It gets replaced with two parameters of whom one is enabled, the other one is disabled by default: OPTIMIZER_ADAPTIVE_PLANS=TRUE by default ... [Read More]

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    The  FYI Task in Oracle BPM 12c can be used to notify a task recipient by displaying a task on the  BPM worklist without holding up the business process, it just continues to the next activity in the process flow. But for the task to go away, it has to be specifically dismissed by the task recipient by clicking on the “Dismiss” button under the Actions menu.

    But what if we wanted these tasks to go away automatically or be auto-dismissed by the system? To Demonstrate this we created a simple BPM process that contains an FYI Task and a second task.

    The human tasks are assigned to swim lane roles “FYIRole” and “ReviewerRole”. After deploying this BPM process, we startup an instance using the Test feature in Enterprise Manager to invoke the message start.

    When we startup the process instance, we can login as a member of the “FYIRole” to see that the task exists in the Swim Lane role inbox. Read the complete article here.

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    Oracle Database 12.2 introduces the new split-up adaptive parameters, OPTIMIZER_ADAPTIVE_PLANS and OPTIMITER_ADAPTIVE_STATISTICS. For more information please see: https://blogs.oracle.com/UPGRADE/entry/optimizer_adaptive_features_obsolete_in https://blogs.oracle.com/optimizer/entry/optimizer_adaptive_... [Read More]

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    Dear SOA & BPM Partner Community,

    On our journey towards the cloud it is key to present a roadmap for our on-premises customers. As a first step the upgrade to the latest Fusion Middleware 12c release ensures a smooth journey. Customers benefit also from new functionalities e.g managed file transfer in the latest releases of SOA Suite 12c and BPM Suite 12c. Make use of the integration success workshop (community membership required) material to demonstrate your customers the advantages. The latest release of Fusion Middleware 12.2.1.2. shows the continues improvements. In a second step customers can extend their integration platform for cloud integration. Cloud adapters can be deployed on premises or in the cloud. Workloads can be shifted to SOA Cloud Services, new process can be built in Process Cloud Service. Regular updates of the cloud services e.g. SOA Cloud Service 16.4.1 introduce new functionality. Get the latest update on the Oracle SOA Suite and BPM Suite on-premises roadmap and cloud transformation by Vikas Anand in the Community Webcast on November 29th 2016.

    Thanks to the community for sharing all the SOA articles: Podcast Show Notes: Building a Real Cloud Solution& Fusion Middleware 12c (12.2.1.2.0) is available for download& SOA Cloud Service 16.4.1 is available& Integration Cloud Service  16.4.1 Fall Release  available& REST API for Integration Cloud Service& The API Platform Service – launch date Winter 2016/17& Oracle API Management in the Year 2016 by Luis Weir& Integration Platform Portfolio as per OOW 2016 – on premises and primarily in the cloud& Cloud Integration Part 2: Cloud to Cloud by Joel Perez and Arturo Viveros& Integration Cloud Service LinkedIn adapter& Integration Design Pattern – Synchronous Facade for Asynchronous Interaction& Installing SOACS Hybrid Agent EM13C& & 5 Days of Oracle training on Summer Camp in Lisbon& OTN Appreciation Day: Error Hospital / Resiliency in SOA 12c& Advisor Webcast: SOA and SOACS Upgrade Best Practices and Roadmap December 6th 2016& SOA Suite 12.2.1 bug - No view permission on soa-infra dashboard& OWSM and WS-Security: Username Token Authentication for SOAP and REST Services in OSB 12c& SOA Suite 12.2.1 - OWSM WSM-02084 issue& WS Security - enabling passwordDigest authentication& Managed File Transfer for SOA Customers& SOA 12c Migration& Workshop: Oracle FMW Administration Foundation - SOA & OS & Creating a Platform Blueprint from an Existing SOA / BPM Domain& Internet of Things Cloud Service 16.4.1 available.

    With Process Cloud Service new processes can be quickly build and deployed in the cloud. The customer has the choice to run the same process on premises on BPM Suite 12c. Andre published a post how to deploy your BPM Suite 12c process on Process Cloud Service. Thanks to the community for sharing all the BPM articles: Cloud based Human Workflow and Business Process automation – PCS, BPM Suite on the Cloud, BPM Suite on Premises& Process Cloud Service: new features and improvements& Using Process Cloud Service REST API Part 1& PCS Connectors (Part 2 of 2): REST Service Connector& PCS 16.3.5 administration.

    In our last section Architecture & PaaS4SaaS the UX team highlights the OpenWorld 2016 results and 5 things you should know when you start using PaaS for SaaS.

    For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The November edition of the Middleware Partner Update contains the new Managed Service Partner Program, community resources including free PaaS partner trial services and the upcoming community webcast about on-premises roadmap & the journey to the cloud which takes place on November 29th 2016. For the latest news on Oracle PaaS visit the UKOUG tech conference December 5th– 7th in Birmingham.

    To read the newsletter please visit http://tinyurl.com/soaaNewsNovember2016  (OPN Account required)

    Jürgen Kress

    Fusion Middleware Partner Adoption
    Oracle EMEA
    Tel. +49 89 1430 1479
    E-Mail: juergen.kress@oracle.com
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    I said there were 8 ways to avoid using SELECT * FROM queries in SQL Developer – but I didn’t actually count them. So let’s do that now. @MarkusHohloch @tobias_arnhold there's about 8 ways to get columns to your query — OracleSQLDeveloper (@OracleSQLDev) November 23, 2016 But wait,... [Read More]

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    If you're not aware, there is a great new feature for R12.2 consignment users. You now have the option to transfer implicit consumption back to consigned.



    The new feature makes using consignment easier and more flexible for everyone. When attempting a “Transfer to Consigned”, implicit transactions like miscellaneous issues become available allowing the user to select material returned via miscellaneous receipt.

    The list of transactions to return back to consigned was updated to include implicit consumption:



    Enjoy the new consignment flexibility. Want to learn more? Check out Webcast:
    New R12.2.x Feature / Enhancement Request Implemented: Consumption To Consigned For Implicit Consumption (Doc ID 1938948.1)

    Got questions on the feature or the Webcast? We'd like to hear from you in the Logistics Community thread:
    Advisor Webcast Questions? "Consignment R12.2 New Features" On Aug 17th 2016


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    A new video, Leverage Integration Cloud Service for Oracle E-Business Suite, is now available on the Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Cloud Channel under the EBS and Oracle Cloud (IaaS and PaaS) area.

    In this video, product manager Rekha Ayothi provides an overview of Oracle's Integration Cloud Service (ICS) and the Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter, and discusses how to implement integration solutions using the EBS adapter in both inbound and outbound integrations.

    This video is part of a free training series available on demand via Oracle E-Business Suite Learning Subscription.

    Look for more articles on this subject in the coming weeks.

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    As promised - and thanks to everybody from the Database Upgrade Development Team - the new preupgrade.jar for Oracle Database 12.2 is available: MOS Note:884522.1 - Download and Run Oracle's Database Pre-Upgrade Utility And of course the previous preupgrd.sql with the package utlupkkg.sql and the old... [Read More]

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    clip_image001Boom! That's the sound of thunder rolling as PaaS and SaaS developers work as fast as lightning in the cloud. The cloud has changed customer expectations about applicationstoo; if they don’t like their user experience (UX) or they don’t get it fast, they’ll go elsewhere.

    PaaS4SaaS developers know their code is always 'on'.

    But you can accelerate the development of your PaaS4SaaS solutions with a killer UX easily by now downloading the AppsCloudUIKit software part of the Cloud UX simplified UI Rapid Development Kit (RDK) for Release 10 PaaS4SaaS solutions from the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) or from GitHub.

    The Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team's Oracle Cloud UX RDK works with Oracle JDeveloper 11.1.1.9.0, 12.1.3.0.0 and 12.2.1.0.0. The kit downloads include a developer eBook that explains the technical requirements and how to build a complete SaaS or PaaS solution in a matter of hours.

    The AppsCloudUIKit software part of our partner training kit is on OTN and GitHub and is supported by video and eBook guidance.

    The developer eBook is part of the AppsCloudUIKit downloads on OTN and GitHub.

    Read the complete article here.

    SOA & BPM Partner Community

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    Administrators can save time and effort by automating the installation of Oracle Linux with Kickstart as follows:

    • Create a Kickstart file
    • Make the Kickstart file available on a boot medium or network
    • Make Oracle Linux installation tree available
    • Initiate the Kickstart installation

    To learn about Kickstart and many other key topics, Linux 7 users can take the Oracle Linux 7: Advanced Administration course. You can take this courses in the following formats:

    • Training-on-Demand: Follow streaming video of expert instructors at your own pace and book time to get hands-on exercises when suits your schedule.
    • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk, no travel required. Events are added to the schedule to suit different time-zones. Live-Virtual events on the schedule include 5 and 19 December 2016, 16 January, 6 and 13 February, 27 March and 24 April 2017.
    • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to take this class. In-Class events on the schedule include:

     Location  Date  Delivery Language
    Brisbane, Australia
    20 March 2017 English
    London, England
    24 April 2017 English
    Reading, England
    24 April 2017 English
    Paris, France
    20 February 2017 French
    Hamburg, Germany
    19 December 2016 German
    Munich, Germany
    6 March 2017 German
    Johannesburg, South Africa
    6 March 2017 English
    Reston, VA, United States
    30 January 2017 English
    Durham, NC, United States 6 February 2017 English
    Columbus, OH, United States 20 February 2017 English
    Roseville, MN, United States 20 February 2017 English
    Houston, TX, United States 27 February 2017 English
    Miami, FL, United States 24 April 2017 English
    Belmont, CA, United States 8 May 2017 English

    If you are using an earlier version of Linux, take the Oracle Linux 5 & 6 Advanced Administration course in the following formats:

    • Training-on-Demand: Follow streaming video at your own pace and book time to get hands-on exercises when suits your schedule.
    • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk, no travel required. Events are added to the schedule to suit different time-zones. Live-Virtual events on the schedule include 5 December 2016, 13 February, 13 March, and 24 April 2017.
    • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to take this class. In-Class events on the schedule include:

     Location  Date  Delivery Language
    Alger, Algeria
    25 December 2016 French
    Munich, Germany
    13 February 2017 German
    Seoul, Korea
    26 December 2016 Korean
    Wellington, New Zealand
    5 December 2017 English
    Johannesburg, South Africa 6 February 2017 English
    Pretoria, South Africa 26 June 2017 English
    Belmont, CA, United States 6 February 2017 English
    Cambridge, MA, United States 20 March 2017 English
    Irving, TX, United States 22 May 2017 English

      The Oracle Linux 5 & 6 Advanced Administration course is one step for those preparing to take the Oracle Linux 6 Advanced System Administrator OCP certificate 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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      · Profit Magazine: Collaboration in the Cloud: New Zealand Department of Conservation embraces content as a service to engage and empower its broader community.

      ·Oracle Cloud IntegrationThe first two parts of this four-part series are now available. Written by Oracle ACE Director Joel Perez and Oracle ACE Associate Arturo Viveros, this series focuses on cloud integration and is directed towards IT managers and architects. Read the article.

      ·Integrating Oracle API Gateway 11gR2 (11.1.2.4.0) with Microsoft Azure ADTo demonstrate the integration between API Gateway and Azure, author Ricardo Guiterrez provides the technical details of a scenario in which a company exposes on-premise web services with a partner company. Read the article.

      ·SOA Cloud Service in a NutshellWritten by Oracle ACE Associates Arturo Viveros and Robert van Molken, and Oracle ACE Rolando Carraso, this article discusses Oracle SOA Cloud Service in detail, together with its implications, possible use cases and scenarios. Read the article.

      ·SOA Suite 12c: Startup and Shutdown This 18-page sample chapter from the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Administrator's Guide (2015, Packt Publishing) focuses exclusively on the startup and shutdown of the Oracle SOA Suite infrastructure and how to verify the completion of each component. Read the chapter.

      ·Podcast: Author Roundtable: SOA Suite 12c AdministrationWhat's the role of the SOA Suite Administrator? What are the key responsibilities and challenges? These and other questions are addressed in the latest OTN ArchBeat Podcast in a wide-ranging discussion with Arun Pareek, Oracle ACE Ahmed Aboulnaga, and Oracle ACE Associate Harold Doist, the authors of the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Administrator's Guide (2015, Packt Publishing). Listen to the podcast.

      ·Industrial Adoption of the Internet of Things“To capture the value of IoT, companies should keep in mind that IoT data analytics is not big data analytics,” says Harshad Khatri, Oracle Insight.

      ·IT Governance Will Determine the Success of Cloud Projects“Cloud allows you to add new capabilities to your IT landscape much faster, but it also amplifies any weaknesses in your security and other internal processes,” says Oracle ACE Director Sten Vesterli.

      ·The Top 10 Strategic CIO Issues For 2016 As Oracle CIO Mark Sunday says, “This is the most challenging time in history to be a CIO, because in order to survive, organizations need to embrace new technologies at an unparalleled pace.”

      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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      Key Oracle E-Business Suite Development staff will be contributing to the APPS16 track of the UKOUG Conference & Exhibition 2016. The conference takes place at the International Convention Centre, Birmingham, England, and runs from Sunday 4th December to Wednesday 7th December.

      You're welcome to come and say hello to us, and put faces to names. More importantly, please bring your questions or issues about any aspect of running EBS on cloud: feel free to ask about overall strategy, specific deployment aspects, or anything else you want to know. And if you'd like to book a one-to-one session, please register your interest by adding a comment to this article.

      As well as informal chats, you'll also have the opportunity to attend numerous formal sessions on many aspects of EBS. A presentation that will be of particular interest to readers of this blog is:

      Also, there is a great opportunity to hear the latest news from the general manager of EBS:

      In addition, key Oracle staff will provide extensive coverage of other EBS topics, including Financials and Human Capital Management sessions such as:

      And last but not least, don't miss the chance to hear about EBS Release 12.2 online patching feature from one of its architects:

      You'll also have the opportunity to attend the TECH16 track, where you can learn about the latest developments in Oracle Database and other technologies.

      We look forward to seeing you at APPS16!

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      This year’s conference keynote will be Neil Sholay, Oracle Vice President Digital Business, EMEA, who will be speaking on Data Driven Business. Also on the educational agenda will be further Oracle keynotes and the following SOA content.

      Application Container Cloud Service: Backend Integration Using Node.js

      Mr Maarten Smeets

      How SOA CS is Being Used by an End User Organisation & the Lessons & Benefits Learnt

      Mr Phil Wilkins

      Handling Large File With Managed File Transfer & Oracle’s Cloud Services

      Dr Robert van Mölken

      Getting the Most Out of Oracle Service Bus – 10 Things you Should do & Shouldn’t do

      Dr Paddy Spencer

      Software Development Lifecycle Management for Cloud & On-premise FMW Applications

      Mr Bruno Alves

      Empower Your Business Owners With Integration Analytics and Real-Time Insight

      Ms Simone Geib

      Experiences at CIMA Implementing the UK’s 1st Production SOA Cloud Service

      Mr Kiran Tailor

      Help! What Integration Solution is Best for me?

      Mr Ronald van Luttikhuizen

      For details please visit the registration page here.

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

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      Oracle’s investment in emerging technology is nothing new. We want to bring the best in user experience to the Oracle Applications Cloud, and emerging technology like wearables and Internet of Things (IoT) are part of that strategy as they come more to the fore.

      So it was no accident when Oracle, a major sponsor of the Bay Area Heart Walk in September, looked to the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team to lead a project to build a smartphone application that used IoT-style beacons around the course.

      Photo by DJ Ursal, Oracle Applications User Experience

      Participants start off on the Bay Area Heart Walk Event.

      Working with Oracle Volunteers, DJ Ursal, Senior Director, Product Management User Experience, led the cross-functional, cross-organizational team that developed the app, which communicated with the beacons placed at strategic points to show users where they were on the course and other pertinent information. He developed the app with constant thought about how user experience translates to the overall business of Oracle. “You have to look in a very strategic way as to where ideas can translate and what use cases we can come across,” he said. “It’s not just coming up with ideas and use cases; the challenge is finding the real value and viability of it.”

      Seems simple, right? OAUX Group Vice President Jeremy Ashley takes it a step further, saying the real problem facing potential users of IoT was not being able to set up a beacon easily. “A very simple and direct app like Heart Walk allowed you to get a beacon, place it somewhere, and be able to program it with an iPad,” he said. “Anybody could walk around with the tablet, put [a beacon] in place, program it, and connect it to an enterprise system.”

      The team worked off the American Heart Association’s well-received mobile app presented at Oracle OpenWorld 2014, which bounced off a beacon at the OAUX demo station to give customers information about the demos and an interactive map as they walked around the conference. Ursal’s team delivered the components for the beacons to be integrated into the cloud platform for Heart Walk. 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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      Join us in celebrating Cyber Monday at http://bpm-books.com/

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      Go here and start downloading immediately: http://bpm-books.com

      For additional BPM and ACM books please 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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      In March this year Oracle proudly announced that we had open sourced the Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET), targeted at intermediate to advanced JavaScript developers working on client-side applications.  

      Since then we’ve released new JET versions every couple of months.  

      You can find out more about JET on the oraclejet.org website.

      Did you realize that you could use JET to develop enterprise mobile apps?

      This is made possible through JET's integration with Apache Cordova.  In this post, I’ll describe some of what we’ve added to JET to enable you to use Oracle JET for mobile app development.

      But first, I’ll start with an introduction to Apache Cordova.

      What is Apache Cordova?

      Apache Cordova is an open-source platform that allows you to use standard web technologies (HTML5, JavaScript and CSS) for cross-platform mobile app development. 

      That means you can develop one app, using one technology stack and a single code base, for deployment to Android, iOS and Windows mobile devices.

      A mobile app built using Cordova is a native mobile app that can be published to app stores and installed onto mobile devices. The application contains an embedded Cordova-enabled WebView, which is essentially a headless browser, and your code runs in the WebView.  Cordova also provides a JavaScript interface to native device APIs, via plugins.  There are 1000s of plugins to choose from and a plugin registry that you can search.

      This type of app is called a hybrid mobile app, because it is a hybrid between a native mobile app and web technology. 

      How does JET support hybrid mobile app development?

      Utilizing the Apache Cordova command-line interface, Oracle JET tooling enables you to scaffold, build and serve JET hybrid mobile apps in exactly the same way as you would a JET web app.

      The Oracle JET Yeoman generator has a hybrid sub-generator for scaffolding a hybrid app and supports Android, iOS and Windows platform options, along with the web platform.

      The four JET starter templates are provided in both web and hybrid versions, which are optimized for web apps and hybrid mobile apps, respectively. 

      Together, this allows you to scaffold a hybrid mobile as follows:

      yo oraclejet:hybrid MyMobileApp --platforms=ios,android --template=navdrawer:hybrid

      The Oracle JET Grunt tasks also support Android, iOS, Windows and web platform options so you can build and serve hybrid mobile apps to your desired platform. The 'grunt serve' task also supports deployment to different destinations, such as emulator, browser or device.  The following command line gives an example: 

      grunt serve --platform=ios --destination=emulator 

      Live reload is supported when your hybrid mobile app is deployed to a browser or emulator. This means you can modify your app’s source code and see the changes update in the deployed app instantaneously, saving you a long redeployment cycle.

      Can I develop a web app and hybrid mobile app with the same code base? 

      Yes!

      Oracle JET tooling enables you to take a “mobile first” approach to your web app design, based on a mobile-optimized template, then use the same source code to create your installable mobile app.  This is achieved by first scaffolding and developing a mobile web app with a hybrid starter template, then adding a hybrid target:

      yo oraclejet MyApp --template=navdrawer:hybrid
      yo oraclejet:add-hybrid --platforms=ios,android

      The scaffolded project contains separate src, src-web and src-hybrid folders, so that you can override any file within your source code to provide different web or hybrid functionality, as desired. 

      What does a JET hybrid mobile app look like?

      Along with Oracle’s Alta theme for web apps, JET also supports Oracle’s Alta mobile themes for Android, iOS and Windows, which closely match the native look & feel on each supported mobile platform.

      The Oracle JET Cookbook enables you to view JET components and patterns in each of the available themes and sized for different form factors, such as phone, tablet or desktop.

      Should you wish to develop your own custom theme and use this instead, the JET tooling facilitates this via SASS:

      yo oraclejet:add-sass
      yo oraceljet:add-theme --theme=MyTheme
      grunt serve --platform=ios --theme=MyTheme

      Is there a sample app that shows me how to do all this? 

      Yes!

      The Oracle JET development team has provided a sample app called FixItFast that was developed specifically to demonstrate how to develop a JET hybrid mobile app.  It also demonstrates a number of mobile UX patterns and shows how to communicate with an Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) mobile backend.

      You can find a live demo of the FixItFast web app here and instructions for how to scaffold, configure, build and serve it as a web or hybrid mobile app here

      Where can I learn more about mobile app development with JET?

      You can find videos about Oracle JET, including mobile app development, on the Oracle JET YouTube channel

      In addition, the Oracle Mobile Product Management team have published a number of articles in Dzone, describing how to start out with the Oracle JET tooling for web and hybrid mobile development:

      Following soon will be videos on how to integrate the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service JavaScript and Cordova SDKs into Oracle JET, watch this blog for an update!

      In conclusion

      Oracle JET supports hybrid mobile app development via enhanced tooling that supports the Android, iOS and Windows 10 mobile platforms, mobile-optimized starter templates, mobile-specific UI themes and mobile-specific patterns presented in the JET cookbook. 

      For more information about hybrid mobile app development with Oracle JET, refer to the Oracle JET Developers Guide.


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      Windows 10 logoMicrosoft is changing their packaging of major Windows 10 updates from full operating system downloads to smaller, incremental downloads.  This new delivery method is called the Unified Update Platform (UUP).

      The new UUP delivery method will provide only the Windows 10 patches that have been released since the last time a desktop was updated.  Microsoft currently expects to switch to this new delivery method after the Windows 10 Creators Update is released in early 2017.

      Will this work with EBS?

      Yes.  Windows 10 is certified with all current EBS releases, including EBS 12.1 and 12.2.  This new delivery method is not expected to change that.

      Microsoft emphasizes that nothing changes with Windows 10 itself -- this only modifies the way that Win10 patches are delivered:

      It’s important to note that with UUP, nothing will look or behave differently on the surface, UUP is all underlying platform and service optimization that happens behind the scenes.

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      The preceding is intended to outline our general product direction.  It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract.   It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decision.  The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.


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      The Oracle SOA Cloud Service Help Center was refreshed on October 10th, 2016 for the 16.4.1 release.

      New Features:

        Oracle Business Activity Monitoring, available as part of the Integration Analytics Cluster service type, is now certified for production use. See What's New for Oracle SOA Cloud Service for details.

      Updates to the Service Guides:
      Using Oracle SOA Cloud Service (12.2.1)

      Detailed Updates to the product in this release:

      Want to try SOA Cloud Service? Get access here.

      Partner Resources (community membership required):

      Sales kit for partners: Cloud and On-Prem Integration: Extend SOA to the Cloud

      Marketing kit for partners: SOA Campaigns

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

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    • 11/28/16--07:48: Lease Normalization overview
    • Landlords and tenants whose companies are publicly traded need to comply with FASB-13 standards for accounting of leases. According to these rules, companies need to normalize or calculate the average rent payments/billings over the term of the lease. These normalized amounts need to be reported as revenue/expense, along with accrued revenue/liability, so that the investment community can accurately analyze the company's financials.

      Oracle property manager rent normalization functionality provides you with detailed monthly deferred liability and accrued asset amounts that can be accessed by accounting and finance departments to accurately calculate and estimate company-level revenue and expenses.

      Only those lease payment terms for which the Normalize check box is checked can be normalized and the total cash amount for these payment terms will be spread across the lease period

      Here is an example on how normalization functionality works

      Lease details

      Details

      Start Date

      End Date

      Amount

      Frequency

      Lease

      01-Jan-2016

      31-Jan-2016

      -

      -

      Payment Term

      01-Jan-2016

      30-Jun-2016

      30000

      Monthly

      Normalized amount is calculated as = Total cash amount for the term / Number of periods in Lease period

      = 30000*6 / 12

      =15000


      In the schedule and items program output file, you can see the amounts in the total cash column that will be sent to Payable's, in the normalization cash column we can see the actual amount for each period that will be normalized. If a payment term did not have the normalize checkbox checked the amount would be 0.00 in that column for the period in question.

      The calculation of normalized amount depends on many other factors setup for the lease. For more information on how system calculates the normalized amount refer document 1342664.1.


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      Taking on board the fact that Oracle JET is capable of producing not just web applications, but Cordova hybrid-mobile applications too, within the Oracle mobile team we're keen to explore how Oracle JET can be extended to Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, to provide all the backend mobile services that mobile apps require.

      If you're a regular MCS fan you will know that MCS provides a number of client-side SDKs to make the task of working with MCS easier than writing what can be a huge amount of boiler-plate REST API code depending on the complexity of your mobile app.   The MCS client side SDKs include Android, iOS and Windows SDKs, as well as a JavaScript SDK for web applications and Cordova SDK for hybrid-mobile Cordova platform apps.  These exist to remove much of the bulk REST API code with just a few client side library calls, giving you time to focus on building out a compelling app rather than focusing on what is essentially a plumbing task of calling remote APIs.

      It's with these last two SDKs that MCS builds a bridge to Oracle JET.  If you're building an Oracle JET web application, the MCS client-side JavaScript SDK is for you.  If you're building an Oracle JET hybrid-mobile application, the MCS client-side Cordova SDK is for you.

      Oracle JET makes use of RequireJS to load 3rd party modules. In terms of integrating the MCS SDKs into an Oracle JET application, you can use RequireJS too.  There are plenty of good tutorials on how to use RequireJS including the excellent public Oracle JET MOOC.  However we would also like to announce a new video on the Oracle Mobile Platform YouTube channel that shows you specifically how to load the MCS SDKs into Oracle JET, entitled Configuring the MCS JavaScript & Cordova SDK on Oracle JET.

      To be clear the MCS JavaScript SDK and MCS Cordova SDK are not just for Oracle JET.  You can use them in your own web or Cordova apps. Yet within Oracle we're seeing huge growth with Oracle JET, so we wanted to specifically focus on JET for this video.

      Also if you also have time, check out these recent Dzone articles that will introduce you to how to get the Oracle JET tooling up and running for both web and hybrid-mobile app development:

      Overall we hope you find this content useful.  Happy mobile JET-setting.


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