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  • 12/06/16--12:40: Item Import Errors No More
  • Here at Inventory Social Media Central, we prefer not to write about specific patch issues since the EBS Inventory Knowledge base makes solutions easy to find. For this entry, we're making an exception. Since Inventory Items are so key to everything most Client's do in Inventory, and for so many the Item Open Interface (INCOIN) is integral, we wanted to point out the patch in document, Item Import Error INV_CAT_SET_NO_DEFAULT_CAT When Using The Item Open Interface (Doc ID 2145577.1).



    Doc ID 2145577.1 offers patches for Product versions 12.1+ and 12.2+ for Customers who receive the INV_CAT_SET_NO_DEFAULT_CAT error when using the Item Open Interface. Be sure to read the note carefully before applying the patch because there are caveats for Customers who also have the Product Catalog installed.

    We hope you find this update helpful and don't forget to search the Inventory Knowledge base to quickly get your issues solved. Here's to flawlessly importing your items!

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    “In the new economy, computer science isn’t optional; it’s a basic skill, along with the 3 R’s.”

    This statement came from President Barack Obama at the White House Science Fair on April 13th, 2016, where he spoke about his “Computer Science for All” initiative, which plans to bring computer science (CS) to every American student, from kindergarten through high school.

    President Obama insists that all students––no matter where they’re from, what their background is, or their family income––”will get access to hands-on science technology, engineering, and math education to set them up for success, and keep the nation competitive in the 21st century.”

    He is particularly interested in getting around the structural biases that the country faces today, which means getting more young women and minorities involved in technology, to help them develop the skills they need to be innovators, creators, and leaders in our modern digital economy.

    Obama followed up by explaining that the United States Government is issuing new guidance for the school districts so that they can better support computer science education, including the fact that Oracle will invest into getting 125,000 more students into computer science classes.

    Other efforts are being made across the country as well–more than 500 schools in the nation are committed to expanding access to computer science.

    Oracle is proud to support the President’s CS for All initiative; in fact, Oracle has been supporting computing education since 1993, and training teachers to teach computer science in their classrooms for more than a decade through Oracle Academy.

    Oracle Academy and Oracle Certification offer Foundations Certifications, which focus on students in secondary schools, two-year colleges and four year colleges and universities who have participated in the Oracle Academy program and/or are studying computer science–and faculty members who teach foundational computer science classes.

    Oracle University also offers training and certification to support professionals with experience looking to advance their career and skills. Learn more at education.oracle.com.

    With help from programs such as the ones offered by Oracle Academy and Oracle University, and through President Obama’s initiative, all students across the country will have the opportunity to learn computer science as part of their academic pathway, and become the next leaders in technology.


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    Coming to 20 cities globally, Oracle Code is an event for developers building modern Web, mobile, enterprise and cloud-native applications.  The Oracle Code Call for Papers (CFP) is now open for the cities and dates listed on the CFP site. Oracle Code will focus on the latest software developer technologies,... [Read More]

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    today i'm going to write about how to add custom SerDe in Big Data SQL. SerDe is one of the most powerful feature of Hadoop and Big Data SQL in particular. It allows you to  read any type of data as structured, you just need to explain how to do parse it.  Let's imagine, that we have JSON file: ... [Read More]

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    Web-based content in Oracle E-Business Suite 12 runs on the Oracle Application Framework (OAF or "OA Framework") user interface libraries and infrastructure.  Since the release of Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 in 2013, we have released several cumulative updates to Oracle Application Framework to fix performance, security, and stability issues. 

    These updates are provided in cumulative Release Update Packs, and cumulative Bundle Patches that can be applied on top of the Release Update Pack. "Cumulative" means that the latest RUP or Bundle Patch contains everything released earlier.

    The latest OAF update for EBS 12.2.5 is now available:

    OA Framework 12.2.5 Update 8

      Where is the documentation for this update?

      Instructions for installing this OAF Release Update Pack are here:

      Who should apply this patch?

      All EBS 12.2.5 users should apply this patch.  Future OAF patches for EBS 12.2.5 will require this patch as a prerequisite. 

      What's new in this update?

      This bundle patch is cumulative: it includes all fixes released in previous EBS 12.2.5 bundle patches.

      This latest bundle patch includes new fixes for the following critical issues:

      • Formatting issues with Email notifications after 12.2.5 upgrade.
      • Popup is not rendering correctly with Right-to-Left language sessions in Internet Explorer when default browser language is set as Arabic.
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      One of the big challenges with adopting Cloud Services Architecture is how to integrate the on-premise applications when the applications are behind the firewall. A very common scenario that falls within this pattern is cloud integration with Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS). To address this cloud-to-ground pattern without complex firewall configurations, DMZs, etc., Oracle offers a feature with the Integration Cloud Service (ICS) called Connectivity Agent (additional details about the Agent can be found under New Agent Simplifies Cloud to On-premises Integration). Couple this feature with the EBS Cloud Adapter in ICS and now we have a viable option for doing ICS on-premise integration with EBS. The purpose of this A-Team blog is to detail the prerequisites for using the EBS Cloud Adapter and walk through a working ICS integration to EBS via the Connectivity Agent where ICS is calling EBS (EBS is the target application). The blog is also meant to be an additional resource for the Oracle documentation for Using Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter.

      The technologies at work for this integration include ICS (Inbound REST Adapter, Outbound EBS Cloud Adapter), Oracle Messaging Cloud Service (OMCS), ICS Connectivity Agent (on-premise), and Oracle EBS R12.  The integration is a synchronous (request/response) to EBS where a new employee will be created via the EBS HR_EMPLOYEE_API. The flow consists of a REST call to ICS with a JSON payload containing the employee details.  These details are then transformed in ICS from JSON to XML for the EBS Cloud Adapter. The EBS adapter then sends the request to the on-premise connectivity agent via OMCS. The agent then makes the call to EBS where the results will then be passed back to ICS via OMCS. The EBS response is transformed to JSON and returned to the invoking client. The following is a high-level view of the integration: Prerequisites read the complete article here.

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      Webcast_icon.jpgOracle Demantra 12.2.6 Enhancements, Part 2 of 2

      Date: December 14, 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 Demantra knowledge notably in Demantra 12.2.6 features. The training is intended to be based on the Demo and will be covered in 2 Parts.

      Topics will include:

      • Part 1 (Presented October 26, 2016)
        • Remove Applet Dependency
        • Demantra Anywhere Enhancements
      • Part 2
        • Daily Data in a Weekly or Monthly system
        • Set Based Operations
        • BLE Enhancements

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      Details & Registration


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      Presented by Oracle A-team, Integration Cloud team and Middleworks
      Thurs, December 15, 2016
      9:00 am  |  Pacific Standard Time (San Francisco, GMT-08:00)  |  1 hr

      REGISTER NOW

      This session will be delivered by Mike Muller of the Oracle A-team, with many years of deep expertise in the Oracle Service Bus. The content comes from the “SOA Blackbelt Training” which was previously used within Oracle to provide deep internal and architectural understanding of components within the SOA Suite, and applies to OSB versions 11g and 12c as well as both cloud and on-premise installations.
      Attendees will receive a highly advanced and deeply technical presentation on some of the nitty-gritty internal details of the Oracle Service Bus and is intended for developers and architects who already have a good understanding of OSB. Trust us, if you are looking for an intro or overview of OSB, this session will not be a good use of your time. But if you want to go from being an experienced OSB developer to the next level, we think this content will be perfect and is only available here. The session is presented by Mike Muller from the  Oracle A-team, with many years of deep expertise with OSB, troubleshooting, putting out customer’s fires and answering technical and architectural questions. Key topics on the agenda include:

      • the service bus threading model
      • weblogic thread management
      • work managers
      • throttling
      • transactions

      Planned participants in this session include:

      • Mike Muller from the Oracle A-team, with some of the deepest working knowledge of Oracle Service Bus in the world, delivering OSB internals information from the Oracle internal "SOA Blackbelt Training"
      • David Shaffer of Middleworks, moderating and providing additional resources
      • Kathryn Lustenberger of the Oracle Cloud Integration prod mgmt team
      • We hope to also have OSB engineering representation on the line to help with Q&A

      This session will be especially fast, focused and highly technical, when compared against others in this series. All who register will receive invitations to future related events and the ability to access a recording of the webinar and the slides. To access this information for previous webinars, and see the schedule for future webinars, go to http://www.middleworks.com/soa-expert/

      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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      Simple sample to create ojListView from a JSON file (which I copied locally from here) and therefore looks like this:

      {"employees":[
          {"firstName":"John", "lastName":"Doe"},
          {"firstName":"Anna", "lastName":"Smith"},
          {"firstName":"Peter", "lastName":"Jones"}
      ]}

      Here's the business logic:

      define(['text!../data/employees.json',
          'ojs/ojcore', 'knockout', 'jquery',
          'ojs/ojlistview',
          'ojs/ojarraytabledatasource'],
              function (file, oj, ko, $) {
                  function DashboardViewModel() {
                      var self = this;
                      self.data = [];
                      var content = JSON.parse(file);
                      var employees = content.employees;
                      for (var i = 0; i < Object.keys(employees).length; i++) {
                          var employee = employees[i];
                          self.data.push({
                              first: employee.firstName,
                              last: employee.lastName
                          });
                      }
                      self.dataSource = new oj.ArrayTableDataSource(
                              self.data,
                              {idAttribute: "first"}
                      );
                  }
                  return new DashboardViewModel();
              }
      );

      And the view:

      <ul data-bind="ojComponent: {
                     component: 'ojListView',
                        data: dataSource,
                        item: {template: 'employee_template'},
                        selectionMode: 'single'}">
      </ul>
      <script type="text/html" id="employee_template">
          <li>
              <h3 data-bind="text: first"></h3>
              <span data-bind="text: last"></span>
          </li>
      </script>

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      The Oracle JET "navbar" template provides a navigation bar for switching between Oracle JET modules:

      Let's remove that navigation bar and replace it with buttons:

      By means of the above, you have more control over the navigation in your page, e.g., you can include validation rules, which will be handled in a future blog entry, etc. Plus, via this mechanism you have the basis of a wizard-like step-through sequence enabling the user to work through a number of different screens. To get the basics shown above, i.e., no navigation bar and buttons instead, do the following.

      1. In "index.html", remove the DIV element that has its role set to "navigation". Now the navigation bar is gone.

      2. In the view of all your Oracle JET modules, include your buttons, as follows:

      <button class="oj-button-primary"
              data-bind="click: next,
                         ojComponent: {
                             component: 'ojButton',
                             label: 'Next'
                         }">
      </button>
      <button class="oj-button-primary"
              data-bind="click: prev,
                         ojComponent: {
                             component: 'ojButton',
                             label: 'Prev'
                         }">
      </button>

      3. In the viewModel of all your Oracle JET modules, reference the "appController.js" and use the router to switch to the page applicable to a specific button, e.g., here you see the content of "dashboard.js":

      define(['ojs/ojcore', 'knockout', 'jquery', 'appController'],
       function(oj, ko, $, app) {
          function DashboardViewModel() {
            var self = this;
            self.next = function() {
              app.router.go('incidents');
            };
            self.prev = function() {
              app.router.go('about');
            };
          }
          return new DashboardViewModel();
        }
      );
      

      That's it, you now have nicely styled (thanks to the Oracle JET CSS classes) buttons for navigating through your Oracle JET modules.


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      A lot of organizations have style guidelines for their browser apps. I.e., these style guidelines consist of colors, sizes, icons, etc, normally supported by CSS stylesheets. Wouldn't it be nice if there'd be a few customizable templates for quickly styling Oracle JET applications? Well, take a look here:

      http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/jet/globalExamples-ThemeViewer.html

      Welcome to the Oracle JET Theme Builder. It's been around for a while, though a bit hidden on the Oracle JET Examples page. The Oracle JET Theme Builder is an Oracle JET application that lets you create themes (i.e., CSS stylesheets), based on a set of existing themes, for your Oracle JET applications.

      Click "Live Demo" and then click "Instructions" in the top right, which brings you here. Follow those steps and you'll literally have everything you need. Below I have summarized things a bit, though the Instructions speak for themselves.

      1. Set Up. Download the ZIP file on the Instructions page, unzip it, and run the 4 Yeoman commands shown on the Instructions page on that folder:

      • When you run "yo oraclejet:restore", both 'npm' and 'bower' will be run, to access all the required JavaScript libraries for any Oracle JET application. 
      • When you run "yo oraclejet:add-sass" and you receive error messages about Python being needed, the simplest solution is to downgrade 'node' to v5.x, e.g., I have v5.9.1, i.e., when I was on v6x, I had all kinds of problems, e.g., needing Python and then something else, which I fixed by downgrading node. Doing this has not had adverse effects so far. 
      • When you run "yo oraclejet:add-theme mytheme", you populate "src\themes\mytheme" with content. Make sure that the name you specify is literally "mytheme", i.e., do not change it to something different. "mytheme" is the fixed name of the custom theme you'll be creating. After you've created your theme, i.e., a set of CSS files, you can name them whatever you like.
      • When you run "grunt serve --themes=all:all", the browser will show the Theme Builder running locally, which is what you want to have happen so that you can start building your themes.

      2. Theming. At this point you should see this and now you can choose a combination of different buttons on the left to get to the theme that you want to base your own theme off of. Below, notice I am working on "web" and "mytheme":

      Now, look at the Palette in the left column, for example, notice the first color is "$interaction1Color". In "src/themes/mytheme/web", go to "_mytheme.web.settings.scss" and look for "$interaction1Color", which you'll see is listed as follows:

      // $interaction1Color: #0572ce !default;

      Change the above to the below:

      $interaction1Color: red !default;

      When you make the change above and save it, automatically the CSS will be generated, and the browser will refresh, showing you the change you've made:

      When the above works for you, get the style guide that you're wanting to integrate into your Oracle JET application. Take note of the color codes and other styles and continue tweaking the SCSS files, using the Theme Builder, as described above, to check the changes you're making. 

      3. Usage. At some point, you'll want to see how the CSS files you're generating look in your own Oracle JET application. Follow the earlier blog entry, The Mechanics of Theming Oracle JET Applications, for details on how to set up theming support within your Oracle JET application. Once you've set that up, copy the CSS files that have been generated in "themes/mytheme/web", in this case, into the relevant theme folder in your own application.

      Now, isn't this simply an awesome tool? Following the steps above, all the UI elements provided by Oracle JET can be restyled to match the style guidelines of your choice. Note that you do not have to use the "mytheme" theme as a starting point, there are other themes too, which might more closely resemble the end point you're trying to achieve. Pick the one that's closest to your intended theme and then start tweaking it as described in step 2 above. 


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      [The article applies to EBS 12.1 and 12.2; it is an updated version of this older article that covered EBS 12.0 and 11i]

      The E-Business Suite has its own security and user-management capabilities.  You can use the E-Business Suite's native features to authenticate users, authorize users (i.e. assign responsibilities to them), and manage your EBS user repository.  The majority of E-Business Suite system administrators simply use these built-in capabilities for enabling access to the E-Business Suite.

      When EBS built-in capabilities aren't enough

      Some organisations have third-party user authentication systems in place.  These include CA Netegrity SiteMinder, Windows Kerberos, and others.  These organisations frequently use third-party LDAP directory solutions such as Microsoft Active Directory, OpenLDAP, and others. 

      We don't certify the E-Business Suite with those third-party products directly, and we don't have any plans to do so.  This article is intended to explain why Oracle Internet Directory (OID) is required when integrating with Oracle Access Manager (OAM). 

      OAM and OID are mandatory for third-party integration

      Oracle Internet Directory and Oracle Access Manager are mandatory requirements when integrating third-party authentication products directly with the E-Business Suite.

      It is not possible to integrate E-Business Suite directly with Microsoft Active Directory, Windows Kerberos, or CA Netegrity Siteminder directly.

      It's possible to integrate the E-Business Suite with those third-party solutions via Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Internet Directory.  See these articles:

      Before going on, I'd recommend reading that third-party integration articles.  If you don't have those concepts under your belt, the rest of this article isn't going to make much sense.

      Architecture diagram showing Oracle Access Manager Oracle Internet Directory E-Business Suite AccessGate WebGate

      Why does EBS require OID with OAM?

      Oracle Access Manager itself doesn't require Oracle Internet Directory.  However, Oracle Internet Directory is a mandatory requirement when Oracle Access Manager is integrated with the E-Business Suite.

      Why?  The short answer is that the E-Business Suite has hardcoded dependencies on Oracle Internet Directory for this configuration. These dependencies mean that you cannot replace Oracle Internet Directory with any third-party LDAP directory for this particular configuration. 

      There are two cases of hardcoded dependencies on Oracle Internet Directory:

      1. Reliance on Oracle GUIDs

      From the articles linked above, you know that user authentication is handled by Oracle Access Manager, and user authorization is handled by the E-Business Suite itself.  This means that there are two different user namespaces. 

      These namespaces must be linked and coordinated somehow, to ensure that a particular user logging in via Oracle Access Manager is the same user represented within the E-Business Suite's own internal FNDUSER repository.

      We associate externally-managed Oracle Access Manager users with internally-managed E-Business Suite users via a Global Unique Identifier (GUID).  These Global Unique Identifiers are generated exclusively by Oracle Internet Directory. 

      The E-Business Suite has hardcoded functions to handle the mapping of these Global Unique Identifiers between Oracle Access Manager and the E-Business Suite.  These mapping functions are specific to Oracle Internet Directory; it isn't possible to replace Oracle Internet Directory with a generic third-party LDAP directory and still preserve this functionality.

      2. Synchronous user account creation

      The E-Business Suite is predominantly used internally within an organisation.  Certain E-Business Suite application modules can be made visible to users outside of an organisation.  These include iStore, iRecruitment, iSupplier, and other application modules where the users aren't necessarily restricted to an organisation's own employees.

      Users of some of those application modules expect to be able to register for a new account and use it immediately.  This makes sense.  If you're posting job openings via iRecruitment, potential applicants shouldn't need to hold off on submitting their resumes while your E-Business Suite sysadmin creates an account manually, assigns EBS responsibilities, and emails them the account login details. They'll be long gone before that happens.

      This means that EBS application modules that support self-registration must create user accounts synchronously.  A new account must be created within the E-Business Suite and the externalized directory at the same time, on demand.

      The E-Business Suite has hardcoded dependencies upon Oracle Internet Directory function calls that handle these synchronous account creation tasks.  These function calls are specific to Oracle Internet Directory; it isn't possible to replace Oracle Internet Directory with a generic third-party LDAP directory and still preserve this functionality.

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          Are you doing SaaS, or EBS,  integrations and using Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS)?

          Do you need some inspiration? Well this is your lucky day!

          Below you'll find a collection of ICS Integration videos , produced by our product managers and our UA development team which go though, step by step, how to integrate  two SaaS applications

          There are plenty more videos available at the Oracle Help Centre here and read the complete article here.

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          Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux maintains the flexibility of OpenStack, while allowing you to deploy different configurations and integrate with a range of software and hardware vendors.

          The, JUST RELEASED, Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux: Getting Started seminar is ideal for those new to OpenStack. You can take this one-day seminar as a:

          • 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.
          • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to take this class.

          Be the first to influence the schedule for this course by registering your interest here. To learn more about the Oracle Linux curriculum, go to http://oracle.com/education/linux.


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          [Guest Author: Rekha Ayothi]

          Oracle Integration Cloud Service

          Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) is a simple, lightweight integration platform in Oracle Cloud. It provides an intuitive, browser-based user interface for integration of SaaS and on-premises applications. Its technology and application adapters provide secure connectivity and simplified access to application integration end points.

          ICS enables you to rapidly build and use simple integrations in the cloud with just a few steps:

          1. Configure connections to application or service endpoint or technology component
          2. Create an integration using those connections
          3. Activate your integration
          4. Monitor integration executions at runtime

          Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter

          As part of ICS, Oracle E-Business Suite Adapter provides secure native connectivity to EBS 12.1.3 and later releases. It lets you create bidirectional integrations with EBS public integration interfaces, whether your EBS environment resides on-premises or in the cloud.


          With Oracle EBS Adapter in ICS, you can use REST-based Web services provided by Oracle Integrated SOA Gateway in EBS. You can browse and filter EBS public integration APIs from the EBS Adapter wizard in ICS. It supports Oracle-seeded APIs, as well as custom APIs of certain interface types.

          References

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              One requirement of Transportable Tablespaces (and of course Full Transportable Export/Import as well) is to have identical database character sets AND identical time zone settings. Problem Source database has a lower time zone setting than the default target database in the destination home. Lets assume you'd... [Read More]

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            1. 12/08/16--13:59: Wireframing with Oracle JET
            2. I learned a few interesting things from my colleague Sylvain Côme in London today. Sylvain is a very big enthusiast of Oracle JET and is introducing it in a variety of contexts. For wireframing, he uses Adobe XD. For the images in his wireframes, he has installed SVG Crowbar into his Chrome browser, which enables him to download SVG files of images in the Oracle JET Cookbook. He then imports those SVG files into his wireframe in Adobe XD, where he can even edit them, resulting in a wireframe with awesome Oracle JET visualizations, which will, once the wireframe is accepted, look identical to the final app since the SVG files are created directly from the image of the related Oracle JET component in the Oracle JET Cookbook.

              That's a lot of info to process all at once, so let's take it step by step.

              1. Start up Chrome,  show the Chrome bookmarks bar (Ctrl + Shift + B), and then go here and follow the instructions: 

              http://nytimes.github.io/svg-crowbar.

              2. Go to one of the cool data visualizations in the Oracle JET Cookbook, such as this one:

              http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/jet/jetCookbook.html?component=dataVisualizations&demo=polarWeatherPlot

              3. Click "SVG Crowbar 2" in the bookmarks bar and you'll see (depending on how many SVG images are available), an icon for each SVG image. In this case, there's only one SVG image on the page, which makes it very simple and simply click the Download button:

              4.  You now have an SVG image. Open Adobe XD, which is not supported yet on Windows, which is what I'm using, so let's use this instead, just to prove the point:

              http://editor.method.ac

              Click the link above and then go to File | Open SVG. Browse to the SVG you downloaded and open it into the above. 

              Now, as you can see above, depending on the SVG image you're using, you can edit all kinds of parts of it, and then integrate it into your wireframe. Of course, before downloading it, you can edit various parts directly in the browser within the Oracle JET recipe in the Oracle JET Cookbook too, i.e., tweak code, and then click Apply.

              It's pretty powerful, as you can see, that you can use the power of SVG via the Oracle JET Cookbook to create content for your wireframes, very easily indeed!


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            3. 12/08/16--15:29: Share Your Success
            4. We want to hear from you!

               You may have read about Saint Paul Tinga recently on our blog. Now tell us about YOU!

              If you're wondering how to get started with telling us your success story, these questions may help. Go to our Community space, start your own discussion, and answer these questions. Your story might be picked for a monthly feature on our blog!

              • Tell us about the company you work for - what kind of services does your company provide?
              • What are your responsibilities, there?
              • Why did you decide to become Oracle certified?
              • Could you tell us more about who saw your badge, where they saw it, and what they said?
              • How does your Oracle badge help you stand out from others in your field?
              • Do you have any plans to earn additional certifications?
              • If a colleague asked you about your badge, what would tell him or her? 
              We love hearing your stories and seeing your photos!


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              Oracle is hosting in office customer seminars on the UK legislative updates for completing processing for the 2016/2017 tax year and implementing legislative changes and new RTI processes from April 2017

              Sign up soon, as space is limited:
              Registration information can be found here:
              Announcement: UK Tax Year End 2016/2017 Office Based Seminars


              The agenda for each of the Office based seminars will be similar to previous years and will cover the requirements for legislative changes and new RTI processes from April 2017.

              • Legislation Update & New Functionality
              • Oracle Payroll – RTI Processes and Start of Year
              • Questions

              The dates will be:

              • Wednesday 1st February 2017            Thames Valley Park, Reading
              • Wednesday 8th February 2017            Linlithgow Offices, Scotland
              • Wednesday 15th February 2017          BVP, Birmingham 


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              The first Application Management Pack (AMP) 12.1.0.1 plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c was released in 2012.  We have released several updates since then, including AMP 12.1.0.2, 12.1.0.3, and 12.1.0.4.  Most recently, we released AMP 12.1.0.4 Bundle Patch 3 in February 2016.

              The minimum baseline for new Application Management Pack patches for EM 12c has been raised to AMP 12.1.0.4.  All new patches and updates for Application Management Pack 12.1 running on EM 12c will require AMP 12.1.0.4.

              For details about upgrading your AMP plug-in to the new AMP 12.1.0.4 minimum patching baseline, see:

              Upgrade to AMP 13

              If you are still running any version of AMP 12.x, we strongly encourage you to upgrade to Application Management Pack 13 running on Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c Release 2 (13r2).  For details, see:

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