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  • OTN Developer Days (Review) - San Juan, PR - April 29, 2010

    - by dana.singleterry
    A quick update on the San Juan, PR event. First off it was a great success with the Keynote audience of 200+. Mickey Ralat, Managing Director Oracle Caribbean, kicked off the event with a quick introduction followed by me delivering the Keynote Message - The Fusion Development Platform which is the first session in the regular OTN DD events that we run in North America. Following this session was a partner, SDT, basically marketing their services which covers the Oracle stack and then following was a very brief presentation on APEX. After this we broke out into the various tracks of Java, (APEX) DB SQL Developer, .NET on Oracle. After the breakout we ran the following sessions in the Java track: Developing with JDBC, UCP, and Java in Database, Rich Internet Applications in Web 2.0, Development Made Simple Without Coding: Developing Reusable Business Components. As expected with the various tracks, we ended up with 50 - 70 in the various sessions within the JAVA track and the audience was very impressed with the power of JDeveloper/ADF 11g and we got a number of questions from licensing cost to upgrading / integrating from Forms. As for the Forms questions, I fielded a number of them and for those I couldn't, I pointed them towards Grants resources which seemed to suffice. They were all, for the most part, unaware of the recent 11.1.1.3 release which occurred only a couple of days prior to the event. The indication was that they were going to download it and use it for the lab that was included on the DVD which we did not have the time for them to even start on. For those of you that attended the event, you can download the updated presentations as follows: Keynote - The Fusion Development Platform Rich Internet Applications in Web 2.0 Development Made Simple Without Coding - Developing Reusable Business Components

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  • How to execute programs on mounted partition

    - by DevNoob
    This is the aplication I want to run. -rwxr-xr-x 1 manuel manuel 582841 Nov 22 09:51 PromServerMain This is the fstab entry /dev/sda8 /media/data0 ext4 defaults,user 0 2 This is the mountpoint lrwxrwxrwx 1 manuel manuel 5 Nov 16 14:23 data -> data0 drwxrwxr-x 9 manuel manuel 4096 Nov 22 09:26 data0 This is what I get [email protected] /media/data/Projekte/PromServer/src $ ./PromServerMain bash: ./PromServerMain: Keine Berechtigung [email protected] /media/data/Projekte/PromServer/src $ sudo ./PromServerMain sudo: unable to execute ./PromServerMain: Permission denied Even as root. I have no clue whats wrong. Any suggestions? System is Debian Wheezy Xfce.

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  • Promoting Organizational Visibility for SOA and SOA Governance Initiatives – Part I by Manuel Rosa and André Sampaio

    - by JuergenKress
    The costs of technology assets can become significant and the need to centralize, monitor and control the contribution of each technology asset becomes a paramount responsibility for many organizations. Through the implementation of various mechanisms, it is possible to obtain a holistic vision and develop synergies between different assets, empowering their re-utilization and analyzing the impact on the organization caused by IT changes. When the SOA domain is considered, the issue of governance should therefore always come into play. Although SOA governance is mandatory to achieve any measure of SOA success, its value still passes incognito in most organizations, mostly due to the lack of visibility and the detached view of the SOA initiatives. There are a number of problems that jeopardize the visibility of these initiatives: Understanding and measuring the value of SOA governance and its contribution – SOA governance tools are too technical and isolated from other systems. They are inadequate for anyone outside of the domain (Business Analyst, Project Managers, or even some Enterprise Architects), and are especially harsh at the CxO level. Lack of information exchange with the business, other operational areas and project management – It is not only a matter of lack of dialog but also the question of using a common vocabulary (textual or graphic) that is adequate for all the stakeholders. We need to generate information that can be useful for a wider scope of stakeholders like Business and enterprise architectures. In this article we describe how an organization can leverage from the existing best practices, and with the help of adequate exploration and communication tools, achieve and maintain the level of quality and visibility that is required for SOA and SOA governance initiatives. Introduction Understanding and implementing effective SOA governance has become a corporate imperative in order to ensure coherence and the attainment of the basic objectives of SOA initiatives: develop the correct services control costs and risks bound to the development process reduce time-to-market Read the full 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. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Wiki Mix Forum Technorati Tags: SOA Governance,Link Consulting,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • How to build a Singleton-like dependency injector replacement (Php)

    - by Erparom
    I know out there are a lot of excelent containers, even frameworks almost entirely DI based with good strong IoC classes. However, this doesn't help me to "define" a new pattern. (This is Php code but understandable to anyone) Supose we have: //Declares the singleton class bookSingleton { private $author; private static $bookInstance; private static $isLoaned = FALSE; //The private constructor private function __constructor() { $this->author = "Onecrappy Writer Ofcheap Novels"; } //Sets the global isLoaned state and also gets self instance public static function loanBook() { if (self::$isLoaned === FALSE) { //Book already taken, so return false return FALSE; } else { //Ok, not loaned, lets instantiate (if needed and loan) if (!isset(self::$bookInstance)) { self::$bookInstance = new BookSingleton(); } self::$isLoaned = TRUE; } } //Return loaned state to false, so another book reader can take the book public function returnBook() { $self::$isLoaned = FALSE; } public function getAuthor() { return $this->author; } } Then we get the singelton consumtion class: //Consumes the Singleton class BookBorrower() { private $borrowedBook; private $haveBookState; public function __construct() { this->haveBookState = FALSE; } //Use the singelton-pattern behavior public function borrowBook() { $this->borrowedBook = BookSingleton::loanBook(); //Check if was successfully borrowed if (!this->borrowedBook) { $this->haveBookState = FALSE; } else { $this->haveBookState = TRUE; } } public function returnBook() { $this->borrowedBook->returnBook(); $this->haveBookState = FALSE; } public function getBook() { if ($this->haveBookState) { return "The book is loaned, the author is" . $this->borrowedbook->getAuthor(); } else { return "I don't have the book, perhaps someone else took it"; } } } At last, we got a client, to test the behavior function __autoload($class) { require_once $class . '.php'; } function write ($whatever,$breaks) { for($break = 0;$break<$breaks;$break++) { $whatever .= "\n"; } echo nl2br($whatever); } write("Begin Singleton test", 2); $borrowerJuan = new BookBorrower(); $borrowerPedro = new BookBorrower(); write("Juan asks for the book", 1); $borrowerJuan->borrowBook(); write("Book Borrowed? ", 1); write($borrowerJuan->getAuthorAndTitle(),2); write("Pedro asks for the book", 1); $borrowerPedro->borrowBook(); write("Book Borrowed? ", 1); write($borrowerPedro->getAuthorAndTitle(),2); write("Juan returns the book", 1); $borrowerJuan->returnBook(); write("Returned Book Juan? ", 1); write($borrowerJuan->getAuthorAndTitle(),2); write("Pedro asks again for the book", 1); $borrowerPedro->borrowBook(); write("Book Borrowed? ", 1); write($borrowerPedro->getAuthorAndTitle(),2); This will end up in the expected behavior: Begin Singleton test Juan asks for the book Book Borrowed? The book is loaned, the author is = Onecrappy Writer Ofcheap Novels Pedro asks for the book Book Borrowed? I don't have the book, perhaps someone else took it Juan returns the book Returned Book Juan? I don't have the book, perhaps someone else took it Pedro asks again for the book Book Borrowed? The book is loaned, the author is = Onecrappy Writer Ofcheap Novels So I want to make a pattern based on the DI technique able to do exactly the same, but without singleton pattern. As far as I'm aware, I KNOW I must inject the book inside "borrowBook" function instead of taking a static instance: public function borrowBook(BookNonSingleton $book) { if (isset($this->borrowedBook) || $book->isLoaned()) { $this->haveBook = FALSE; return FALSE; } else { $this->borrowedBook = $book; $this->haveBook = TRUE; return TRUE; } } And at the client, just handle the book: $borrowerJuan = new BookBorrower(); $borrowerJuan-borrowBook(new NonSingletonBook()); Etc... and so far so good, BUT... Im taking the responsability of "single instance" to the borrower, instead of keeping that responsability inside the NonSingletonBook, that since it has not anymore a private constructor, can be instantiated as many times... making instances on each call. So, What does my NonSingletonBook class MUST be in order to never allow borrowers to have this same book twice? (aka) keep the single instance. Because the dependency injector part of the code (borrower) does not solve me this AT ALL. Is it needed the container with an "asShared" method builder with static behavior? No way to encapsulate this functionallity into the Book itself? "Hey Im a book and I shouldn't be instantiated more than once, I'm unique"

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  • DIR $file "File Not Found" vs DIR $filedir shows it....not permissions, not USB

    - by Kev
    I was having this problem before on a USB drive, but now it's happening on my main RAID5-backed hard disk: 2013-10-17 9:37 C:\>dir "C:\Shares\Shared\Reference\Safety Management System\Vid eo CD\AutoPlay\Docs\Manuel*" Volume in drive C has no label. Volume Serial Number is 3C18-E114 Directory of C:\Shares\Shared\Reference\Safety Management System\Video CD\AutoP lay\Docs 2003-09-09 11:29 PM 1,056,768 Manuel d'intervention d'urgence MFC.doc 2004-06-20 10:36 PM 139,849 Manuel d'intervention d'urgence MFC.pdf 2 File(s) 1,196,617 bytes 0 Dir(s) 196,068,691,968 bytes free 2013-10-17 9:38 C:\>dir "C:\Shares\Shared\Reference\Safety Management System\Vid eo CD\AutoPlay\Docs\Manuel d'intervention d'urgence MFC.doc" Volume in drive C has no label. Volume Serial Number is 3C18-E114 Directory of C:\Shares\Shared\Reference\Safety Management System\Video CD\AutoP lay\Docs File Not Found 2013-10-17 9:38 C:\> This is from a Command Prompt window where I went to Properties and told it I wanted to modify who it ran as. I opened it, had it run as me with the "restricted access" unchecked, then ran the above. The file in question has the following ACLs: Administrators, SYSTEM, and OurCompanyUsers. All three have full control of everything. Nobody has any Deny bits set. I am a member of Administrators. So I don't believe it's a permissions issue. It's not a USB drive, so this time there is no question of USB hardware. Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition SP2. What does this mean? Is this more likely a hardware or software problem?

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  • Bridging the gap between developers and testers with VS 2010

    - by Etienne Tremblay
    Hey everyone, I know it’s been an eternity since I blogged but I have so much to do that I unfortunately need to prioritize.  Vincent Grondin and I did a 7h presentation on the new developer and tester tools available in the VS 2010 suite.  It was a blast.  We did it in front of an audience (around 120) and it was taped.  We did it as a play and really didn’t look at the crowd at all we were training each other on the technology. It is now available for anyone that would like to watch it at this location: http://www.devteach.com/ALM-TFS2010-Bridgingthegap.aspx What we covered in the full day event was Migration to TFS 2010 (10h00) 1-Migration of VSS to TFS (20 min.) 2-Automating the Build (Something you can't do with VSS) ( 20 Min.) 3-User story (Real application context for this presentation) (20 min.) 10h00 Pause Manuel Tests by Dev ( 11h30) 4-Adding a tester to the team (Into to MTM) (20 min.) 5-Define tests (what is a white bug) (20 min.) 6-Fix the bug and show Intellitrace and Play back the test (20 min.) 12h15 Lunch Manuel testing for maintenance (13h30) 7- Implement new Feature (web service) and Identify bug with MTM and branch for a production fix and also add a new Build script (20 min.) 8- Fix bug in production branch, Playback tests, merge the change in main branch (20 min.) Manuel testing with the lab manager (14h30) 9- Intro to Lab manager and environment (20 min.) 10- Change build script to deploy to lab and test with web service in lab environment. (20 min.) 15h15 Pause Automate UI test with CodeUI (15h30) 11- Reducing the effort of testing the UI (20 min.) 12- Repeating testing to make sure the application is working properly (20 min.) 13- Automate Coded UI with the Lab environment (20 min.) 16h30 Conclusions As you can see lots of stuff!! Enjoy the show and let us know how you like it Cheers, ET Technorati Tags: VS 2010,Testing Tools,ALM,Training

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  • Oracle Linux at DOAG 2012 Conference in Nuremberg, Germany (Nov 20th-22nd)

    - by Lenz Grimmer
    This week, the DOAG 2012 Conference, organized by the German Oracle Users Group (DOAG) takes place in Nuremberg, Germany from Nov. 20th-22nd. There will be several presentations related to Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and related infrastructure (including a dedicated MySQL stream on Tue+Wed). Here are a few examples picked from the infrastructure stream of the schedule: Tuesday, Nov. 20th 10:00 - Virtualisierung, Cloud und Hosting - Kriterien und Entscheidungshilfen - Harald Sellmann, its-people Frankfurt GmbH, Andreas Wolske, managedhosting.de GmbH 14:00 - Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Implementierungen und Praxiserfahrungen - Björn Rost, portrix Systems GmbH 15:00 - Oracle Linux - Best Practices und Nutzen (nicht nur) für die Oracle DB - Manuel Hoßfeld, Lenz Grimmer, Oracle Deutschland 16:00 - Mit Linux Container Umgebungen effizient duplizieren - David Hueber, dbi services sa Wednesday, Nov. 21st 09:00 - OVM 3 Features und erste Praxiserfahrungen - Dirk Läderach, Robotron Datenbank-Software GmbH 09:00 - Oracle VDI Best Practice unter Linux - Rolf-Per Thulin, Oracle Deutschland 10:00 - Oracle VM 3: Was nicht im Handbuch steht... - Martin Bracher, Trivadis AG 12:00 - Notsystem per Virtual Box - Wolfgang Vosshall, Regenbogen AG 13:00 - DTrace - Informationsgewinnung leicht gemacht - Thomas Nau, Universität Ulm 13:00 - OVM x86 / OVM Sparc / Zonen und co. - Bertram Dorn, Oracle Deutschland Thursday, Nov. 22nd 09:00 - Oracle VM 3.1 - Wie geht's wirklich? - Manuel Hoßfeld, Oracle Deutschland, Sebastian Solbach, Oracle Deutschland 13:00 - Unconference: Oracle Linux und Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel - Lenz Grimmer, Oracle Deutschland 14:00 - Experten-Panel OVM 3 - Björn Bröhl, Robbie de Meyer, Oracle Corporation 14:00 - Wie patcht man regelmäßig mehrere tausend Systeme? - Sylke Fleischer, Marcel Pinnow, DB Systel GmbH 16:00 - Wo kommen denn die kleinen Wolken her? OVAB in der nächsten Generation - Marcus Schröder, Oracle Deutschland On a related note: if you speak German, make sure to subscribe to OLIVI_DE - Oracle LInux und VIrtualisierung - a German blog covering topics around Oracle Linux, Virtualization (primarily with Oracle VM) as well as Cloud Computing using Oracle Technologies. It is maintained by Manuel Hoßfeld and Sebastian Solbach (Sales Consultants at Oracle Germany) and will also include guest posts by other authors (including yours truly).

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  • interesting uses for a headless host running Ubuntu.

    - by Manuel
    Hey! So, I have configured a pc with no monitor, keyboard or mouse running Ubuntu. I use it as a ssh server, file backup, web server, etc. Though, it seems as if I could use it for sooo much more. The problem is I can't think of many more uses. What interesting uses of a headless host have you heard of? Is there a cool trick you want to share? Thanks! Manuel

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  • interesting uses for a headless host running Ubuntu.

    - by Manuel
    Hey! So, I have configured a pc with no monitor, keyboard or mouse running Ubuntu. I use it as a ssh server, file backup, web server, etc. Though, it seems as if I could use it for sooo much more. The problem is I can't think of many more uses. What interesting uses of a headless host have you heard of? Is there a cool trick you want to share? Thanks! Manuel

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  • Decimal point issue on cocoa app

    - by Manuel Rocha
    I there, I'm trying making my first cocoa app, but I'm having problems with float numbers because of the regional settings. If I write on the TextBox the float number 1.2 I only can get the number 1, but If I write on the same TextBox the same float number but this time with the ',' sign instead (1,2) I can get the right float value. How can I bypass the regional settings? Kind Regards, Manuel Rocha

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  • jQuery 3D carousel?

    - by Juan
    Has anyone seen a tutorial for a jQuery 3D carousel like this one? http://web.enavu.com/demos/3dcarouselwip/ No source is given, but was wondering if anyone had tips on how to continuously circle the DIVs and resize them. Thanks, Juan

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  • JS: I'm not getting the scope

    - by Manuel
    Hi there, I'm trying to modify CouchDB's JS API to work asynchronous, but there is an error I cannot solve: Please find my JS API find at pastebin. If I call (new CouchDB("dbname")).designDocs() (line 193) I get an error because the okCallback function is not defined in the callback function. I don't know why; it should be defined in this scope.. Any hints are very welcome! Cheers, Manuel

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  • LOV's autoSuggestBehaviour

    - by raghu.yadav
    af:autoSuggestBehaviour component example works pretty straight forward on LOV's in input form and Table'sgood example by juan here http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/howtos/autosuggest/explaining_autosuggestbehavior.htm,

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  • DBaaS Online Forum - Now available on-demand

    - by Javier Puerta
    The Database-as-a-Service Online Forum  was originally broadcasted on Monday, October 21, 2013, at a US-timezones time. All the content of the forum is now available on-demand for customers and partners to watch and listen to. The content is available on demand here. Watch the on-demand forum to hear from analysts and experts on how companies are beginning to transform with Database as a Service, and learn the prescriptive steps your organization can take to design, deploy, and deliver Database as a Service today   Agenda  Keynote Carl Olofson, Research VP, IDC Juan Loaiza, Senior Vice President, Oracle Systems Technology Todd Kimbriel, Director, State of Texas, eGovernment Division Eric Zonneveld, Oracle Architect, KPN James Anthony, Technology Director, e-DBA Breakout 1: Design DBaaS Alan Levine, Senior Director, Oracle Enterprise Architects Breakout 2: Deploy DBaaS Michael Timpanaro-Perrotta, Director of Product Management, Oracle Breakout 3: Deliver DBaaS  Sudip Datta, Vice President of Product Management, Oracle Closing Session Michelle Malcher, IOUG President Juan Loaiza, Senior Vice President, Oracle Systems Technology

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  • DBaaS Online Forum - Now available on-demand

    - by Javier Puerta
    The Database-as-a-Service Online Forum  was originally broadcasted on Monday, October 21, 2013, at a US-timezones time. All the content of the forum is now available on-demand for customers and partners to watch and listen to. The content is available on demand here. Watch the on-demand forum to hear from analysts and experts on how companies are beginning to transform with Database as a Service, and learn the prescriptive steps your organization can take to design, deploy, and deliver Database as a Service today   Agenda  Keynote Carl Olofson, Research VP, IDC Juan Loaiza, Senior Vice President, Oracle Systems Technology Todd Kimbriel, Director, State of Texas, eGovernment Division Eric Zonneveld, Oracle Architect, KPN James Anthony, Technology Director, e-DBA   Breakout 1: Design DBaaS Alan Levine, Senior Director, Oracle Enterprise Architects   Breakout 2: Deploy DBaaS Michael Timpanaro-Perrotta, Director of Product Management, Oracle   Breakout 3: Deliver DBaaS  Sudip Datta, Vice President of Product Management, Oracle   Closing Session Michelle Malcher, IOUG President Juan Loaiza, Senior Vice President, Oracle Systems Technology

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  • Set cursor position in a UITextField (Monotouch)

    - by manuel
    In a UITextView used for entering decimal numbers I would like to get rid of possible leading zeros (The behavior should be like the one of the Calculator App). Normally this would be rather easy to implement but I just cannot figure out how to restore the cursor position. UITextField has a property SelectedTextRange of type UITextRange which can be used to get the cursor position. However, there seems no easy way to get the current index nor to create a new UITextRange object that contains the new values. I could find the solution in objective c: Finding the cursor position in a UITextField It is however very unclear to me how to rewrite that in Monotouch. Any help with this would be highly appreciated. Thanks, Manuel

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