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    You can customize your Oracle E-Business Suite environment running on Oracle Cloud in the same way as you are used to doing on-premises. In addition, you can migrate your Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 or 12.1 customizations to Oracle Cloud, whether you are performing a lift and shift either to Oracle Compute Cloud Service only, or to Oracle Compute Cloud Service and Oracle Database Cloud Service.

    When customizing an Oracle E-Business Suite instance running on Oracle Cloud or on-premises, you must always follow our development guidelines. Be aware that there are differences in the customization standards between Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 and Release 12.1. 

    For the official guidelines and more information on Release 12.2 customizations, refer to the following documents:

    For the official guidelines and more information on Release 12.1 customizations, refer to the following document:

    The Oracle E-Business Suite Development Tools image, available from the Oracle Cloud Marketplace, can be used to provision an Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 or 12.1 development environment in the Oracle Compute Cloud Service. This environment is then available for creating and managing customizations.

    You may optionally choose to use the Oracle Application Management Suite to manage and apply custom patches to an Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2 or Release 12.1 environment running either on-premises and in the Oracle Cloud.

    Note that the following support implications apply to customizations when running Oracle E-Business Suite either on Oracle Cloud or on-premises:

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    I attended an excellent session about Oracle JET by Lai Ho Yueng and Maresa Bunschoten, from Transfer Solutions in Leerdam in the Netherlands. Transfer Solutions, an Oracle partner, regularly hosts free knowledge sharing sessions. Some time ago, I was invited to talk about Oracle JET (as described here in part 1) and in the meantime developers at Transfer Solutions are using Oracle JET to create mobile and web products for their customers.

    Before the break, Maresa did a thorough overview of Oracle JET and all that it provides:

    She started by talking about the difference between web, mobile, and hybrid development and then discussed how Oracle JET covers all of these paradigms from the same codebase. 

    After the break, Lai showed an application that makes use of offline features in Oracle JET, based on a real application in production at a client site.

    And it was clear that NetBeans IDE was a handy tool to use for JavaScript development, especially the integration with the Chrome browser, demonstrated by Lai.

    It was a good event, with around 30 attendees. Clearly the message of Oracle JET as a toolkit for mobile and web development is spreading!


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    The latest release of Big Data Lite is now available on OTN!  This 4.7 release contains key components of Oracle's big data platform.  It has demos, tutorials and more.  Listed below are the products/features that are installed: Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.8 Oracle Database 12c Release 1... [Read More]

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    Oracle Data Integration recently announced the availability of Oracle Data Integrator Cloud Service (ODICS). 

    In case you missed the earlier announcement you can check the news out in this entry

    Following the announcement ODICS has received the validation of the data integration market. ODICS brings together disparate data for enterprises to power cloud-based data warehousing and analytics. Below are some of the news coverage about how the market and customers are viewing the latest cloud offering from Oracle.

    Oracle Data Integrator Cloud launched for data integration

    Oracle helps customers integrate data in the cloud

    Oracle expands data integration cloud offerings

    Oracle connects the data swamps

    Oracle launches cloud service

    Oracle Launches Oracle Data Integrator Cloud

    Oracle Beefs Up IoT Cloud

    Oracle Launches 4 New IoT Cloud Applications; Also Releases Data Integrator Cloud for Enhanced Data Integration

    Oracle Launches Data Integrator Cloud Service

    Oracle rolls out cloud data integration system for real-time analytics

    New Oracle Cloud Data Solution To Boost Real-Time Analytics

    Oracle launches new service that can integrate disparate data to drive real-time analytics

    Oracle is red, violets are blue, we hope you'll integrate biz analytics in our cloud soon

    Oracle looks to the cloud for easier enterprise data integration

    Oracle Adds Data Integrator Cloud Service to Cloud Platform Portfolio

    Oracle Launches Data Integrator Cloud

    Oracle Fleshes Out Cloud Data Strategy

    Oracle, Ivanti Announce New Data Integration Cloud Services

    Oracle Expands Cloud Platform Capabilities

    Cloud Services Can Boost Productivity, But Are They Safer?

    Oracle Launches Data Integrator Cloud Service

    Oracle Launches Data Integrator Cloud For Easier Enterprise Data Wrangling

    BRIEF-Oracle Corp expands Oracle cloud platform's data integration offerings with launch of Oracle data integrator cloud

    Oracle launches data integration cloud service


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    Are you waiting on moving to the Cloud due to concerns about security?

    In Oracle's eleven critical cloud predictions to take into 2016, Oracle CIO Mark Sunday says,

    “Today, the #1 reason organizations are not moving to the cloud is security. However, tomorrow, security will be one of the most important drivers to move to the cloud.”

    A survey conducted by the Harvard Business Review Analytic Services (sponsored by Oracle) found the following:

    • 62% thought security issues were the biggest barriers to expanding cloud adoption at their companies. 
    • Almost 50% of those surveyed said data security is more difficult in the cloud.

    The Oracle Security Product Management team has developed a curriculum for database administrators, database developers and security administrators, with both on premises and cloud environments in mind.

    Oracle University instructors will guide you through terminology, compliance requirements and security features, along with suggested Oracle solutions to combat common security problems.

    Harness the ability to reduce security challenges by gaining the self-assurance you need to protect your data.

    Explore Recommended Training in a Variety of Flexible Learning Formats:

    1)Introduction to Oracle Database Security

    This introductory training teaches you how to use Oracle Database features to help meet the security, privacy and compliance requirements of your organization.

    Develop a deep understanding of the security risks and Oracle solutions provided to help address those risks.

    2)Oracle Database Security: Detective Controls

    Learn how to use Oracle Database administration auditing features to meet the compliance requirements of your organization. The current regulatory environment requires better security at the database level.

    Develop the skills to audit access to your databases and use the auditing and compliance features to monitor data access and confidentiality.

    3) Oracle Database Security: Preventive Controls for Developers

    Learn how to use Oracle Database application features to meet the security, privacy and compliance requirements of your organization, as the current regulatory environment requires better application security at the database level.

    You'll learn how to secure access to your database applications, while using database features that enhance data access and confidentiality.

    Get started today!


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    This session will show you how to use Oracle IoT Cloud Service for Real Time Analytics. You'll learn how to connect devices to the IoT Cloud Service and how to display sensor data from those devices in a web application. You'll also learn how to use the stream explorer analytics capability of IoT Cloud Service to analyze the data that is retrieved from devices connected to Oracle IoT Cloud Service, including how to implement stream exploration and how to add filtering. Finally, you will learn how to publish the analyzed stream and show the results in a web application. Watch the free on-demand training here.

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    When you have a classic report in Oracle Application Express (APEX) and want to make it searchable you typically add a Text Item in the region, enable Submit on Enter and add a WHERE clause to your SQL statement.Here’s an example:Your SQL statement probably looks like this:select CUSTOMER_ID, CUST_FIRST_NAME, ... [Read More]

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    Stay up to date with the Oracle Certification Program, view exams released into production, get information on current promotions, and learn about new program announcements below.

    Exam Updates:

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    In the January/February issue of Oracle Magazine, Inside OCP. Test your knowledge with sample questions you may encounter when taking "Oracle Database 12c: Installation and Administration" (1Z0-062), "Upgrade to Oracle Database 12c" (1Z0-060), or "Oracle Database 12c: Performance Management and Tuning" (1Z0-064) exam. See questions.


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    Applying Secure Configuration Oracle University has a wealth of free webcasts for Oracle E-Business Suite.  If you're looking for our latest updates on the EBS Security front, see:

    • Ready or Not: Applying Secure Configuration to Oracle E-Business Suite (26 minutes)

    It's a new world - one where secure configuration is no longer optional and you must reduce your attack surface.  Eric Bing, Senior Director Product Development, shares that going forward, many Oracle E-Business Suite security features will now be turned on by default. To further assist you with deploying Oracle E-Business Suite securely, we are now providing a Secure Configuration Management console.  Under certain conditions, access to Oracle E-Business Suite will be limited until your Applications DBA or System Adminstrator corrects or acknowledges the errors and warnings in the console.  Come to this session to learn about the new Secure Configuration Management console and our guidelines for auditing, monitoring and securing your Oracle E-Business Suite environment and sensitive data. This material was presented at Oracle OpenWorld 2016.


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    I've received a question about client certification for Oracle Database 12.2.0.1 the other day.And this reminded me on this very helpful MOS Note: MOS Note: 207303.1Client / Server Interoperability Support Matrix for Different Oracle Versions  It spans the client interoperability back to the... [Read More]

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    Invitasjon til Hands-On PaaS og IaaS Workshop

    imageOracle og Sysco inviterer til Cloud Test Drive: PaaS og IaaS hands-on workshop. Vi tror på bedre læring ved å prøve ut  tjenestene i praksis, og har plukket ut en knippe tjenester som er relevante innenfor integrasjon, prosess, Java og mobil.

    Seminaret passer for alle, og kanskje ekstra godt for arkitekter og de på forretningssiden som ønskerå få et godt overblikk. Ingen ekspertise eller erfaring kreves –ta med egen PC.

    Vi har valgt ut tjenestene Integration Cloud, Process Cloud, Mobile Cloud, Java Cloud og Compute Cloud. Dere vil også få en demonstrasjon av den kommende API Platform Cloud - hvor Oracle har mye spennende på gang etter  oppkjøpet av Apiary.

    Seminaret er lagt til dagen før OUGN konferansen – vi ønsker å tilby en hel dag til å prøve ut disse tjenestene - og man trenger en rask og stabil internettforbindelse. Dette blir en  perfekt oppladning til konferansen.

    For details please visit the registration page 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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    For you Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) license plate number (LPN) people, we bet you have some business processes that require material to be stored in nested LPNs. To wit, finished goods would be stored on a pallet, the pallet would contain boxes, and the pallet would be the outermost LPN while the boxes would be the nested LPNs. In the WMS product, prior to 12.2.5, you could only pick from innermost LPN which would require the nested LPN to first be unpacked for the material to be picked from it. That leads us to exciting news! 

    In 12.2.5 warehouse pickers now have the flexibility to pick materials packed in multiple levels of LPNs (inner LPNs or the outer parent LPN) for any picking task, if the total quantity inside the nested LPN is within the tolerance limit. The mobile picking page UI can be used to select and load any material packed in multiple levels of LPNs for an independent or bulk task. The LPN list of values in the pick load page will display inner LPNs as well as the outer LPN for each nested LPN hierarchy. There is no change in the allocation logic to pick from the parent LPNs i.e. for LPN allocation modes, the allocation engine will split the task and allocate innermost LPNs only.

    Review 12.2.5 Nested LPN Pick - Feature Overview (Doc ID 2205427.1) for more details on this new functionality.



    This is a a great new feature for you warehouse pickers! Check it out and enjoy your nesting.

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    Oracle Process Cloud Service uses a standards-based technology called "Web Forms" for defining the user interface in business processes. It's based on standards such as XHTML, CSS and JavaScript and allows business analysts and developers to create an end-user interface by just using the browser.
    There are three approaches that can be employed when designing web forms:
    Form-First: You can follow a "Form-First" approach where you create the form first before any data elements are defined and you let PCS by just drag and dropping components from the component palette to the page. Oracle PCS will automatically generate the schema that defines the data required by the web form.

    The schema that is automatically generated by Oracle PCS is based on the web form controls added to the web form and can be located under "Business Types" section.

    When you assign the web form to a human task activity, the schema generated by Oracle PCS will automatically be used to define the human task data structure.
    Data-First: A data-first approach implies a bottom-up approach where you create a web form based on data sources or business objects by just drag and dropping the objects on the form to create controls.

    Oracle Process Cloud Service uses a standards-based technology called "Web Forms" for defining the user interface in business processes. It's based on standards such as XHTML, CSS and JavaScript and allows business analysts and developers to create an end-user interface by just using the browser.
    There are three approaches that can be employed when designing web forms:
    Form-First: You can follow a "Form-First" approach where you create the form first before any data elements are defined and you let PCS by just drag and dropping components from the component palette to the page. 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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    Nice feature this...
    As the docs says -
    Choose a QuickStart App to quickly create an application and learn about Process Cloud Service. QuickStart Apps include all the implementation details needed to play and deploy them. Use these applications as a ready-to-use application to deploy or as a starting point to adapt by making changes such as editing task titles, modifying the web form, or adding new task actions. 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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    I'm going to DevNexus this week. There'll be a NetBeans booth and several NetBeans community members in attendance, drop by and come and chat about NetBeans, Apache, etc!

    Also, I'll be talking about Oracle JET:

    https://devnexus.com/s/devnexus2017/presentations/17974

    I'll take an AngularJS/Ionic application Matt Raible created and talked about recently at Jfokus and I'll show how that application looks and how it is structured when created via Oracle JET. I'll discuss the similarities/differences and advantages/disadvantages. Here's the repo where I am working on this:

    https://github.com/GeertjanWielenga/jet-hello-world

    So, if you're exploring alternatives to AngularJS/Ionic, come to the session and see the approach you can take with JET to create web or mobile applications. The pic on the left is Matt's AngularJS/Ionic app, on the right is my JET app:


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    imageRedstone is a Platinum level system integrator and value added reseller focusing on Oracle’s Digital Experience and Cloud solutions.

    Client Testimonial

    "The Oracle Cloud has enabled us to better connect many facets of our business and expand our use of technology.  We are now able to seamlessly integrate our web experience management solution with our cloud-based document storage solution.  Additionally, we are able to expand the solution footprint by connecting third-party applications through a RESTful API. We have always utilized Oracle products to improve our customer’s businesses, and now we have modernized our own business with Oracle Cloud.”
    ~John Klein, Redstone Content Solutions, United States.

    Challenges Facing Redstone

    • Maximize productivity and streamline workflow by enabling internal staff, customers and partners to easily and securely sign documents in the cloud through a web interface
    • Empower project teams and sales reps with anywhere/anytime/any device content access to enhance customer and partner collaboration
    • Improve business productivity by enabling web development team to access, store, and host web content in a ‘single source of truth’ repository

    Benefits Provided by Oracle Cloud

    • ​ Implemented Oracle Documents Cloud, Oracle Sites Cloud, Oracle Process Cloud and Oracle Application Container Cloud in order to maintain compliance and adhere to security regulations
    • Improved business process efficiency with the ability to create web content in Oracle Sites Cloud and storing in Oracle Documents Cloud.  This enhancement has eliminated the risk of duplicate content and prevents incorrect data from being shared with the public via our website. Read the complete case study 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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    I arrived well in Canada seeing the longest immigration line ever - but luckily as the immigration process by itself is very efficient it didn't take over an hour.  Vancouver sees to be a very nice city - only the weather could be a bit better I'm looking forward to the "Upgrade / Migrate / Consolidate... [Read More]

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    Recently, we talked about the ascension of chatbots and how to engage mobile customers in both a timely and personalized, manner.  However, we have yet to address why either of these topics is, and will continue to be, a driving success factor for both enterprises and small businesses. To say that these advancements are a result of living in a Mobile-First world would be only a partial answer.  Mobile phones have been around for decades, and yet only very recently have we started to use chatbots and advanced customer engagement techniques like location targeting in a business setting.  What's changed?  The answer is that the scale and the technology that surrounds the mobile ecosystem have advanced far enough that its now beneficial, and even necessary, to use these new technologies in order to gain a competitive advantage and achieve a positive ROI.  We just published an iPaper that discusses this topic in detail and we encourage you to read it.  A brief abstract of the paper is below:


    Abstract:

    By 2021, there will be 10 billion connected mobile devices.  That will be enough for every man, woman, and child on Earth to have at least one. This explosive mobile growth has created a huge demand for mobile services, and developers have created tons of apps to fill these service needs.  As a result, mobile users are now accustomed to accessing services on-demand, from transferring money, to ordering an Uber, to submitting a vacation request through their company's HR app.

    As the on-demand economy scales, customers expect fast and accurate service from their apps.  If they don't get it, they simply switch to another app.  In this very large, low-entry, hyper-competitive, on-demand market, both small and enterprise-level businesses fight for customer share-of-mind and wallet.  Often, the only way these businesses can remain relevant is to create timely and useful "mobile moments" (real-time, intent-driven interactions that require only a glance—yet deliver information users can consume and take action on immediately), either by providing a user with the quickest and most accurate way to consume information (i.e. responding to a query in-app with a chatbot instead of linking to an answer), or by providing a personalized response based on a user's actions (i.e. using location targeting to create a relevant, engaging offer when a user walks into a store.)  If certain businesses don't use these new mobile technologies to create and capitalize on mobile moments, they risk losing out to competitors who will gladly step in to fill any on-demand service gap.

    What's made it so easy to compete?  Mobile development, testing, and deployment technology has become more powerful and easier to use.  With low code and even no-code interfaces, these mobile technologies can help companies build, test, and deploy chatbots, codeless apps, or microsites in minutes using nothing but a browser. These mobile platforms also are built with open standards and with API-First development in mind so creating more robust applications and connecting them to system back-ends becomes easy.  In addition, Analytics technology has matured so that businesses now can engage with mobile users on a personal level.  Understanding why customers have gone quiet within an app, targeting them, and re-engaging them with personalized information has allowed SMBs to mine the long tail efficiently and to compete alongside enterprises for additional customer share and profit. Increased competition makes using new mobile technologies even more of a necessity for any business that wants to stay ahead.


    Download and read this iPaper, follow us @OracleMobile, and to join the conversation on LinkedIn.


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    OAF WebcastOracle University has a wealth of free webcasts for Oracle E-Business Suite.  If you're looking for the latest updates on our rapidly-evolving OA Framework (OAF) user interface capabilities, see:

    Senthilkumar Ramalingam, Group Manager Product Development, shares the latest Oracle Applications Framework (OAF) which includes the Oracle Alta UI, a redesigned home page and a set of new components optimized for display on mobile devices such as tablets.  Oracle Alta UI is the next generation user interface standards from Oracle that offer a modern and compelling UI for both cloud and on-premise applications. In addition, the OAF UI components offer several touch-friendly gestures for common actions, for a smarter and more efficient end user experience. The session also covers major UI enhancements in components like tables, search and attachments. Come see the new components, new gesture-based touch interactions, and a modernized UI that completely transform the Oracle E-Business Suite end user experience. This material was presented at Oracle OpenWorld 2016.


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