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    Attend our February edition of the SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast live on February 28th at 16:00 CET.

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    Mobile is the technology which is literally at everyone's finger tips.  Whether you are taking first steps with mobile, or full embracing a Mobile-first strategy, what you can't do is ignore mobile.
    In this session will focus around Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) and give a firsthand look at how Oracle customers are embracing Oracle Mobile through a mobile integration architecture, low/no-code mobile application development, multi-channel access through AI driven chatbots and intelligent customer/employee insights.  Attendees with also get an insight into current products that support a successful mobile strategy, and share details on the latest innovations, Oracle’s Mobile strategy, and roadmap.

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    ·SOA 12 & BPM Suite 12c Roadmap update November 29th 2016

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    ·Oracle OpenWorld 2016 update September 27th 2016

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    ·Sales Plays Webcast June 9th 2016

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    The following Korea Cumulative Release Patches - KR.83 have been released via My Oracle Support:

        Release 12.1 : Patch 25546910:R12.PER.B
       Release 12.2 : Patch 25546910:R12.PER.C

    Post Install Steps must be run after patch installation.



    The following Documents have been updated:

    • Data Install and HRGLOBAL Application: 12.2 Specifics Note 1469456.1
    • Latest Oracle HRMS Legislative Data Patch Available (HR Global / hrglobal) Note 145837.1
    • APAC HRMS Mandatory Patches - Release 12.2 Note 1670198.1
    • APAC HRMS Mandatory Patches - Release 12.1 Note 874563.1


    If you encounter any issues with this patch, please contact by logging a Service Request on My Oracle Support, product: Oracle HRMS (Republic of Korea) or visit us on our Payroll - EBS (MOSC) community.


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    imageWhen creating asynchronous services, you don't normally worry about what happens if the service fails to callback to the parent process.  However, if the callback does fails, it can create major problems for the parent process, making it stall without an easy way to recover. 

    Take, for example, the following process, called SubmitCreditCheck. The asynchronous Call: Perform Credit Check service blocks until the Receive: Perform Credit Check callback message is received. If, for whatever reason, this service doesn't return, the main process will be stuck and will not make to the Start: Report Write-up service; and it will never end.

    With a little bit of planning, however, you can implement a mechanism to recover from this problem and resume the process. This mechanism only requires the addition of a correlation ID at the start of the process and in the callback activity. Refer to Oracle documentation on correlation here.

    Now if the service doesn't return a callback message, you can manually trigger the callback using the callback URL defined below. Read the complete article here.

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    Hi Folks! While Mike is out in Vancouver and Calgary this week, I will be delivering upgrade workshops for our public sector customers in Harrisburg and Trenton. But this seemed like a good time to remind everyone about the "Upcoming Events" list in the right sidebar of the blog. You might need to scroll down... [Read More]

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    In this Monday spotlight, we have a great video from OpenStack Day, Australia. Oracle Linux Product Manager Avi Miller talks about how to deploy Oracle Application and Database Environments with Murano in OpenStack.

    Watch now. 

    Read more about Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux.


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    EBS customizationsOracle University has a wealth of free webcasts for Oracle E-Business Suite.  If you're looking for an overview of how to manage your customizations when upgrading to EBS 12.2, see:

    Have you created custom schemas, personalized or extended your Oracle E-Business Suite environment? Santiago Bastidas, Senior Principal Product Manager, discusses how to select the best upgrade approach for existing customizations. This session will help you understand the new customization standards required by the Edition-Based Redefinition feature of Oracle Database to be compliant with the Online Patching feature of Oracle E-Business Suite. You’ll learn about customization use cases, tools, and technologies you can use to ensure that all your customizations are preserved during and after the upgrade. You’ll also hear about reports you can run before the upgrade to detect and fix your customizations to make them 12.2-compliant. This material was presented at Oracle OpenWorld 2016.


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    Introduction

    When developing Composite Components, we need to be careful about our element IDs, particularly when multiple instances of the component will be used on the same page. This article explores one such use case in relation to labels and input fields in form style layouts

    Background

    In the last article I discussed how you can use a Composite Component for input within the context of an oj-form layout. This article looks at forms in a slightly different way, specifically implementing a form layout within a Composite Component.

    What's the Problem?

    On the face of it there is no problem here. You can build a Composite Component that lays out a series of fields using standard JET form layout styles, for example, this might be the view for my component:

    <div class="oj-form-layout">
        <div class="oj-form oj-sm-odd-cols-12 oj-md-odd-cols-4 oj-md-labels-inline">
          <div class="oj-flex">
            <div class="oj-flex-item">
              <label for="name">Name:</label>
            </div>
            <div class="oj-flex-item">
              <input id="name" data-bind="ojComponent: {component: 'ojInputText',
                                                                    value:name,
                                                                    required: true}">
            </div>
          </div>
          <div class="oj-flex">
            <div class="oj-flex-item">
              <label for="type">Type:</label>
            </div>
          <div class="oj-flex-item">
            <select id="type" data-bind="ojComponent: {component: 'ojSelect',
                                                       value: type,
                                                       required:true}">
              <option value="string">string</option>
              <option value="boolean">boolean</option>
              <option value="number">number</option>
              <option value="object">object</option>
              <option value="array">array</option>
              <option value="function">function</option>
            </select>
          </div>
        </div>
      </div>
    </div>
        
    That all looks OK right? - we have the label tag associated with the relevant input component using the matched ids referenced by the for attribute of the label to the id attribute of the matching input.

    Indeed this example with work perfectly when there is only one instance of the CCA in the view. If, however, you have two instances running at once, you'll find that the layout of one of them is all messed up. In the above case, this would only be noticeable on the ojSelect field, its label would loose all styling and not show the required indicator.

    What's going on?

    Well, as you might have guessed, the problem here is down to the ids that we are referencing to manage the label to input relationship. If I have two instances of this CCA on the same screen (even if one is hidden in a dialog) I now have two fields with the id of name and two with the id of type. As you will be aware. Multiple DOM elements with the same ID are going to cause some degree of problem and in this case it manifests as a broken layout.

    The Fix

    Once you appreciate the risk for elements with an assigned id, the pattern that you can use to address it is very simple and should be used as a matter of course within your CCAs, even if you think that there will only be one instance.

    Step 1 - Get an Instance Identifier

    Recall from the article on lifecycle (No. VII in this series, linked below), that the context object that is passed into our CCA constructor includes an attribute called unique. This use-case is exactly what it is for.

    In your CCA constructor, just store the value of unique onto a convenient attribute on the component model. I always use unq thus:

        self.unq = context.unique;
        

    Step 2 - Generate IDs and FOR attributes

    Now that we have the unq variable we can re-write the problem view using the attr:{} knockout binding, thus:

    <div class="oj-form-layout">
          <div class="oj-form oj-sm-odd-cols-12 oj-md-odd-cols-4 oj-md-labels-inline">
            <div class="oj-flex">
              <div class="oj-flex-item">
                <label data-bind="attr:{for:'name'+unq}">Name:</label>
              </div>
              <div class="oj-flex-item">
                <input data-bind="attr:{id:'name'+unq},
                           ojComponent: {component: 'ojInputText',
                                                  value:name,
                                                  required: true}">
              </div>
            </div>
            <div class="oj-flex">
              <div class="oj-flex-item">
                <label data-bind="attr:{for:'type'+unq}">Type:</label>
              </div>
            <div class="oj-flex-item">
              <select data-bind="attr:{id:'type'+unq},
                                    ojComponent: {component: 'ojSelect',
                                                         value: type,
                                                         required:true}">
                <option value="string">string</option>
                <option value="boolean">boolean</option>
                <option value="number">number</option>
                <option value="object">object</option>
                <option value="array">array</option>
                <option value="function">function</option>
              </select>
            </div>
          </div>
        </div>
      </div>
          
    With this minor change to the code, each instance of the CCA will now have a unique id = for pair generated. One point to note, however, is that this unique id may change from use to use of the same CCA instance. So if your CCA viewModel also wants to manipulate its own DOM or attach listeners based on a specific id, then again you should use the context.unique value to ensure that you get the correct element. You overall goal, however, should be to assign explicit ids to as few a number of elements that you can get away with. Selecting by class may be a better strategy for many DOM manipulation cases.


    CCA Series Index

    1. Introduction
    2. Your First Composite Component - A Tutorial
    3. Composite Conventions and Standards
    4. Attributes, Properties and Data
    5. Events
    6. Methods
    7. The Lifecycle
    8. Slotting Part 1
    9. Slotting Part 2
    10. Custom Property Parsing
    11. Metadata Extensibility
    12. Advanced Loader Scripts
    13. Deferred UI Loading
    14. Using ojModule in CCAs
    15. Language Support
    16. CCAs in Form Layouts
    17. Element IDs in CCA

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    On Monday March 27th you will have the opportunity to learn best practices from PaaS implementations. Presentations include:

    Integration Cloud Service, Robert van Mölken & Phil Wilkins

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    EBS Invalid Object Utility (Doc ID 2214169.1)

    The EBS Invalid Object Utility is a self-service Perl and PL-SQL utility to assist with resolving invalid objects. The utility performs a variety of checks on each invalid object and gives an HTML output with all the required information needed to debug invalid objects. This utility is provided by Oracle Support to proactively assist you with maintaining Oracle Application environments and may also be used for data collection by Support Engineers.


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    Oracle Solaris has a built in dynamic tracing resource known as DTrace.

    For advanced system administrators, DTrace gives you an opportunity to:

    • Probe into the operating system
    • Identify performance issues 
    • Determine unusual behavior in the software layers

    DTrace is ideal for diagnosing system and application problems.

    Taking Oracle Solaris 11 Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) training introduces you to Dynamic Tracing so you can learn how to use DTrace Toolkit Scripts and apply best practices.

    Expert Oracle University instructors will guide you through interactive instruction and hands-on exercises.

    You'll also get a chance to dive into DTrace case studies so you can develop a practical understanding of its uses and benefits.

    Enroll in traditional, classroom training, or explore our Live Virtual Class format, where you can take the course in real-time, from anywhere with an internet connection. 

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    I've had an interesting discussion today. Somebody removed OLAP with chopt - and got issues afterwards. My guess: chopt will only remove the binary option and is meant to be used before a database got created. But if you use it afterwards you'll have to make sure to remove the dictionary components as well.  A... [Read More]

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    Oracle Fusion Middleware products get new Patch Set updates.  When a new Patch Set has been released, a 12 month Grace Period for the previous Patch Set begins.  Once that Grace Period ends, no new patches for the previous Patch Set will be released.

    For more details, see:

    Oracle WebCenter Portal was formerly called "OracleWebCenter Suite ".  WebCenter Portal 11.1.1.8 was released in April 2013.  WebCenter Portal 11.1.1.9 was released in May 2015, which means that the Grace Period for WebCenter Portal 11.1.1.8 ended after May 2016. 

    All E-Business Suite users running WebCenter Portal 11.1.1.8 should upgrade to WebCenter Portal 11.1.1.9 to remain under Error Correction Support. WebCenter Portal 11.1.1.x is covered by Premier Support to December 2018, and covered by Extended Support to December 2021.

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    Oracle Linux is what Oracle runs Engineered Systems on. You can also use Oracle Linux standalone and on Oracle Cloud. Deepen your knowledge of Oracle Linux by taking the Oracle Linux administration training.

    The Oracle Linux 5 & 6 System Administration course is available in the following formats:

    • Training-on-Demand: Start training straight away, following lecture material through streaming video at your own pace and booking time to do 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 including 20 March 2017.
    • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to attend an event. In-class events on the schedule include:

     Location  Date  Delivery Language
    Brussels, Belgium
    3 April 2017 English
    Munich, Germany 24 April 2017 German
    Mexico City, Mexico 6 March 2017 Spanish
    Utrecht, Netherlands 3 April 2017 English
    Pretoria, South Africa 5 June 2017 English
    Belmont, CA, United States 3 April 2017 English
    Reston, VA, United States 1 May 2017 English

    Those using Oracle Linux 7 can take the Oracle Linux 7: System Administration course which is available in the following formats:

    • Training-on-Demand: Start training straight away, at your own pace.
    • Live-Virtual Event: Events on the schedule include 6 and 19 March, 2, 10, 16 and 24 April and 15 May 2017
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  • 02/23/17--05:34: Oracle acquired Apiary
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    On January 19, 2017, Oracle announced that it signed an agreement to acquire Apiary, which creates the most comprehensive API Integration Cloud by adding the leading API design and governance solution. The proposed transaction is subject to customary closing conditions. Until the transaction closes, each company will continue to operate independently.

    Apiary's pioneering APIFlow solution provides the framework and tools for developing application programming interfaces (APIs) that share enterprise services and data and help create modern, cloud-based applications and experiences. APIFlow spans the API creation lifecycle, including design, governance, testing, and documentation, while supporting API Blueprint and OpenAPI industry standards. Apiary has helped companies create hundreds of thousands of APIs and products that their customers and partners love to use.

    Together, Oracle and Apiary will help companies thrive in the digital economy by comprehensively managing connectivity complexity and API proliferation. Oracle's existing API Integration Cloud already enables companies to secure, consume, monetize, and analyze APIs. Apiary provides the front-end solution for designing, creating and governing APIs and the combination will deliver the most complete API creation and management platform in the cloud. Get the detailed presentation here.

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    We’ve experimented with what to add for these articles by guessing what readers are interested in learning more about. 

    Joel Goodman, a long time supporter of Oracle Certification and the global technical lead for Oracle Database Certification Exam development, wrote the most recent article.

    When writing for the article,he wanted to ‘kick it up a notch’ with four questions that represent what you may encounter when taking the "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.

    Give it a try,test your knowledge of Oracle Database’s Resource Manager in Oracle Database 12c.

    What do you think of the new Jan/Feb article?  Is it helpful and interesting? 


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    It's almost time for this year's Collaborate conference, which will be held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Conference sessions kick off on Sunday, April 2, 2017.

    Oracle E-Business Suite Development and Oracle Cloud Platforms team members will be attending the conference. They will host Meet the Experts (MTE) discussions, a Cloud panel, and a number of sessions. They will also serve as presenters and panelistspanelists at several OAUG Special Interest Group meetings and customer-hosted panels.

    This article provides an overview of our planned Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud activities at Collaborate. An article covering all Oracle E-Business Suite Applications Technology participation beyond Oracle Cloud will be published on the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology Blog.  

    Click on the links below to view the full abstracts and scheduling details.

    Meet the Experts

    10550 - Meet the Oracle Experts: Running Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud (IaaS + PaaS)
    Date & Time:  Tuesday, April 4, 4:15 - 5:15 PM
    Room: Breakers H

    Experts will be available to answer your questions about running Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud and share insights into the best path for your enterprise. This MTE session will include the following representatives of Oracle E-Business Suite Development:

    • Santiago Bastidas, Oracle
    • Nadia Bendjedou, Oracle
    • Terri Noyes, Oracle
    • Lisa Parekh, Oracle
    • Elke Phelps, Oracle
    • Vasu Rao, Oracle
    • Angelo Rosado, Oracle
    Sessions

    10460 - Running Your E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud (IaaS + PaaS) - Why, What and How
    Nadia Bendjedou, Sr. Director, Product Strategy, Oracle
    Date & Time: Monday, April 3, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Room: Mandalay Bay C

    10479 - Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2:  Deployment and Technical Configuration for On-Premise and Oracle Cloud
    Vasu Rao, Sr. Principal Product Strategy Manager, Applications Technology Group, Oracle
    Elke Phelps, Sr. Principal Product Manager, Applications Technology Group, Oracle
    Date & Time: Monday, April 3, 2:45 - 3:45 PM
    Room: Surf A

    10499 - Why Oracle Cloud Over Other Clouds for Your Oracle E-Business Suite Applications
    Souji Madhurapantula, Principal Product Manager,  Public Cloud Platform Development, Oracle
    Date & Time: Monday, April 3, 4:15 - 5:15 PM
    Room: South Seas G

    10500 - Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud:  An Architect's Perspective
    Roy Hunter, Engineering Team Leader,  Cloud Platforms, Oracle
    Date & Time:  Tuesday, April 4, 9:45 - 10:45 AM
    Room: South Seas G

    10478 - Managing and Monitoring Oracle E-Business Suite On-Premises and Cloud
    Angelo Rosado, Sr. Principal Product Manager, Applications Technology Group, Oracle
    Date & Time: Wednesday, April 5, 9:45 - 10:45 AM
    Room: Surf A

    10461 - Coexistence of E-Business Suite and Oracle SaaS Applications: Consideration and Best Practices
    Nadia Bendjedou, Sr. Director, Product Strategy, Oracle
    Date & Time: Wednesday, April 5, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Room: Surf A

    10475 - Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud:  Technical Insight
    Santiago Bastidas, Sr. Principal Product Manager, Applications Technology Group, Oracle
    Date & Time: Wednesday, April 5, 2:45 - 3:45 PM
    Room: Surf A

    Panel

    10498 - Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud: Customer and Partner Panel
    Terri Noyes, Sr. Principal Product Strategy Manager, Applications Technology Group, Oracle
    Date & Time: Wednesday, April 5, 4:15 - 5:15 PM
    Room: Surf A

    For complete listing of all sessions and other activities, please visit the OAUG Collaborate Web Site. 

    We hope to see you very soon at the conference in Las Vegas!


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    Are you using the list of VALUABLE Service Request Data Collection (SRDC) Catalog documents? Doc ID 1987484.2

    SRDC documents list the information and output needed by support to start analyzing an issue.  Review the steps in the data collection plan, and upload the requested information when logging a Service Request to help support review your issue.

    Bookmark this catalog and refer to it often.  Whenever a new or updated SRDC is published, the links will automatically be added or updated!


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    Looking to extend your E-Business Suite applications to better suit your business needs?

    Below are two courses designed to help developers learn how to create OA Framework-based applications and to customize your E Business Suite instance.

    Now Available as a Live Virtual Class

    If you can't make it to an in-person training event, the following courses are now offered in our Live Virtual Class (LVC) format.

    LVC training provides live instruction from an expert instructor delivered over the Internet.

    You'll also get a chance to log into a lab environment and participate in hands-on exercises to practice what you learn.

    R12.x Extend Oracle Applications: Building OA Framework Applications

    • This lab intensive courses teaches you about the methods and tools that E-Business Suite developers use to create OA Framework-based pages.
    • While the course covers the fundamentals that support OA Framework-based applications, it is really an exercise in Java EE programming.
    • It is geared toward developers who already have Java and Java EE development experience.

    Over the duration of the course, you'll create an OA Framework-based application that selects, inserts, updates and deletes data from a Release 12 Oracle Applications instance.

    View upcoming course dates >

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    • Customizing the E-Business Suite is the process of modifying the base install to suit the needs of your specific installation.
    • Customizing can be as simple as setting a single profile option, or as complex as writing a new application for your instance.
    • This course is designed to teach you the range of customizations available in the E-Business Suite.
    • It's ideal for architects, Java and Java EE developers, as well as technical administrators and consultants.

    It covers the general methods of building, personalizing and extending OA Framework-based pages within the E-Business Suite.

    Additionally, the course covers the methods to deploy those types of customizations. 

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    bulletStep 3:Free SOA Suite 12c & BPM Suite 12c On-demand Hands-on Trainings

    As a SOA Partner Community member, you can access ourtraining calendarfor the latest free SOA Suite 12c and BPM Suite 12c on-demand trainings:

    For registration and additional trainings, please visit the training calendarhere(community membershiprequired). Need help with your account to access the training?Please contact the OPN Team.

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    Oracle EMEA Alliances & Channels SOA Team

    Jürgen Kress
    PaaS Partner Adoption
    Oracle EMEA
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    E-Mail: juergen.kress@oracle.com
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