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  • Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c Updates (2013/10/17)

    - by Hiro
    Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c Media Pack ?????2013/10/17 ???????????????? 1. Oracle Tuxedo?? Oracle Tuxedo System and Applications Monitor Plus 12c Release 1 (12.1.1.1) for Oracle Tuxedo 9.1 for Linux x86 (32-bit) Oracle Tuxedo System and Applications Monitor Plus 12c Release 1 (12.1.1.1) for Oracle Tuxedo 9.1 for HP-UX PA-RISC (32-bit) Oracle Tuxedo System and Applications Monitor Plus 12c Release 1 (12.1.1.1) for Oracle Tuxedo 11.1.1.2.0 for HP-UX Itanium (64-bit) Oracle Service Architecture Leveraging Tuxedo (SALT) 12cR1 (12.1.1.0) for HP-UX Itanium (64-bit) ??????????????? ???3????????????????·?????????????????????????????? (OS)???????Oracle Tuxedo 9.1, ????11.1.1.2.0 ????????????????Oracle Tuxedo System and Applications Monitor Plus (TSAM Plus) 12c?????? ???Oracle Service Architecture Leveraging Tuxedo (SALT) 12c???HP-UX Itanium????????????? 2. Data Integration?? Oracle Data Integrator 12c (12.1.2.0.0) Oracle Enterprise Data Quality 9.0.8 ??????????????? Oracle Data Integrator 12c????????????????? ????????????????·???????????????????????????·???????????????????????????? ???????????? Oracle GoldenGate???????????????E-LT (Extract, Load, Transform) ???????·?????????????·???????????????????????????????? ???·??????????·?????????????????????????????????????????·????????????????????????? Oracle Warehouse Builder???????????????????????????????Oracle Data Integrator?????????????????? Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c?????????????????IT??????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????·????????? ???(??)????·???????Oracle Data Integrator 12c????Oracle GoldenGate 12c??????????????????? ????????Oracle Data Integrator??????(??)?????·???????????????????????????? ?????

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  • ?????????????????:???????Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3?

    - by kazun
    2011?12?16??????????????????????? Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 ??????????? Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 ??C?C++?Fortran?????????????????????????????·??????????SPARC T4?x86??????????????????????????????300%??????????????????Studio 12.3 ?Oracle Solaris?Oracle Linux?Red Hat Enterprise Linux ???????????????????????? ??????Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3???????????????????? Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 ?3?????? - ?????????????????????????? - ??????? - ??????·??????????????? Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 ??? ???????????????? SPARC-T4???????????GCC???????300%, x86??????150%????????????????Sun Studio 12??????SPARC-T4?40%?x86?20%??????????????? ???????????????? ?????????????????????????????????Code Analyzer??????????????????????????????????????????Performance Analyzer???????????????????????????????????? ???????? Oracle Solaris?Oracle Linux??OS??????????????????????????·???????????????????????????????????????????????????20%???????????????????????????????·??????(SSH??)???????????Oracle Solaris?Linux?Windows?Mac OS?????????Oracle Solaris?Linux??????????????????????????????????????????·??????????????????Oracle Database????????????????????Pro*C ??????Oracle Solaris Studio?????????? Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 ??? ?:Oracle Solaris Studio ??? Compiler Suite C/C++?Fortran ??????????????????????????(?????????????????)?????????????????·???????????????????????????????????????????? Analysis Suite ?Performance Analyzer??Code Analyzer??Thread Analyzer??3???????????????Code Analyzer?????????????????·???????????????????????????Performance Analyzer??????????????????????????????·??????????????????????????????????????Thread Analyzer????????????????????????????Solaris ?????P-?????OpenMP3.1???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?:Code Analyzer ?????IDE?? ?Oracle Solaris Studio????????????(IDE)???????NetBeans???????????????????Oracle DB?MySQL???????Pro*C?OCI????????????????????????????·??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3???? ???????????????Solaris Studio 12.3???????????????????????·?????????????????·??????????????????????????????? ??????????? ?Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3???????????????? ?????? Solaris Studio 12.3 ????????? ?????? ??????????????????????????????????????Solaris Studio ??????????????????????????????????????Oracle Solaris Studio ??????????????????? Oracle Solaris Studio Oracle Solaris

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  • Launch Webcast Q&A: Oracle WebCenter Suite 11g - The Platform for the Modern User Experience

    - by howard.beader(at)oracle.com
    Did you have a chance to watch the Oracle WebCenter Suite 11g Launch Webcast yet? Andy MacMillan presented some great information on the webcast and answered quite a few of your questions in the Q&A session as well. For your reading pleasure we have captured a number of the questions and answers and they are summarized below: Question: Can you tell me what should our Portal strategy be for integrating and extending our Oracle enterprise applications? Answer: We recommend that you look at this in two steps, the first would be to ensure that you have a good understanding of our common user experience architecture. Internally our product teams at Oracle are already investing in this quite heavily today for Fusion Applications and this is driving natural convergence from a UX strategy standpoint. The second step would be to look at how best to componentize the back office applications so that the business users across your organization can take advantage of these -- don't make it just about putting a new skin on top of what you already have from an application standpoint, instead look at how best to embed the social computing capabilities as part of the solution for your business users. Question: We are currently using the BEA WebLogic Portal now, should we stay on WLP or should we be looking at moving to WebCenter or when should we move to WebCenter? Answer: Our strategy has been called "Continue & Converge", this theme means that you can continue to use WebLogic or Plumtree portals until your organization is ready to move to WebCenter and in the mean time you can continue to deploy what you need to in your organization of WLP or WCI Portals with the full support of Oracle. In addition WebCenter Services can be leveraged for social computing to complement what you are already doing today and enable your organization to take advantage of some of the latest and greatest social computing capabilities. We have migration scripts and conversion capabilities available as well as programs where Oracle can help you evaluate your options to decide how best to move forward. WebCenter provides the best of the best capabilities and will enable you to take advantage of new capabilities that may not exist in your current portal today. In the end though it's up to you as a customer as to when you want to make the transition to Oracle WebCenter Suite. Question: Can you tell me how is Oracle leveraging WebCenter internally and for its Application and Middleware product UX strategies? Answer: Internally, Oracle is leveraging WebCenter for our employees and thus far we are seeing significant updates with our users taking advantage of the business activity streams, team spaces and collaboration capabilities. From a product strategy standpoint, our product teams are taking advantage of the common user experience architecture and leveraging WebCenter to provide social and collaborative capabilities to the Oracle Applications and providing new types of composite applications with what is coming with Fusion Applications. WebCenter also provides a common user experience across all the products in the Oracle Fusion Middleware family as well. Question: Our organization is currently using SharePoint, but we are also an Oracle Applications customer, how should we be thinking about WebCenter as we move forward? Answer: Great question. Typically, we are seeing organizations using SharePoint for its core use cases of small team collaboration and file server replacement. WebCenter can connect to SharePoint as a content source to feed into WebCenter quite easily and it leverages the robust Oracle ECM product under WebCenter as well. In addition, SharePoint team sites can be connected to WebCenter utilizing our SharePoint connector. With Oracle WebCenter though, we are really targeting business users and enterprise applications, thus affecting positive change on the processes that drive the business to improve productivity across your organization. Question: Are organizations today using WebCenter as a Web platform for externally facing public websites? Answer: Yes, we are seeing a convergence around web content management and portal types of websites with customers converting them from just broadcasting content to making it a much richer personalized experience and also exposing back-office applications as well. Web Content Management capabilities are already embedded in WebCenter so that organizations can take advantage now of the benefits a personalized web experience provides for your customers. This is simply a short summary of a few of the questions addressed on the webcast, please tune in now to learn more about Oracle WebCenter, the user experience platform for the enterprise and the web! The Oracle WebCenter Suite 11g Launch Webcast can be found here

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  • Why Fusion Middleware matters to Oracle Applications and Fusion Applications customers?

    - by Harish Gaur
    Did you miss this general session on Monday morning presented by Amit Zavery, VP of Oracle Fusion Middleware Product Management? There will be a recording made available shortly and in the meanwhile, here is a recap. Amit presented 5 strategies customers can leverage today to extend their applications. Figure 1: 5 Oracle Fusion Middleware strategies to extend Oracle Applications & Oracle Fusion Apps 1. Engage Everyone – Provide intuitive and social experience for application users using Oracle WebCenter 2. Extend Enterprise – Extend Oracle Applications to mobile devices using Oracle ADF Mobile 3. Orchestrate Processes – Automate key organization processes across on-premise & cloud applications using Oracle BPM Suite & Oracle SOA Suite 4. Secure the core – Provide single sign-on and self-service provisioning across multiple apps using Oracle Identity Management 5. Optimize Performance – Leverage Exalogic stack to consolidate multiple instance and improve performance of Oracle Applications Session included 3 demonstrations to illustrate these strategies. 1. First demo highlighted significance of mobile applications for unlocking existing investment in Applications such as EBS. Using a native iPhone application interacting with e-Business Suite, demo showed how expense approval can be mobile enabled with enhanced visibility using BI dashboards. 2. Second demo showed how you can extend a banking process in Siebel and Oracle Policy Automation with Oracle BPM Suite.Process starts in Siebel with a customer requesting a loan, and then jumps to OPA for loan recommendations and decision making and loan processing with approvals in handled in BPM Suite. Once approvals are completed Siebel is updated to complete the process. 3. Final demo showcased FMW components inside Fusion Applications, specifically WebCenter. Boeing, Underwriter Laboratories and Electronic Arts joined this quest and discussed 3 different approaches of leveraging Fusion Middleware stack to maximize their investment in Oracle Applications and/or Fusion Applications technology. Let’s briefly review what these customers shared during the session: 1. Extend Fusion Applications We know that Oracle Fusion Middleware is the underlying technology infrastructure for Oracle Fusion Applications. Architecturally, Oracle Fusion Apps leverages several components of Oracle Fusion Middleware from Oracle WebCenter for rich collaborative interface, Oracle SOA Suite & Oracle BPM Suite for orchestrating key underlying processes to Oracle BIEE for dash boarding and analytics. Boeing talked about how they are using Oracle BPM Suite 11g, a key component of Oracle Fusion Middleware with Oracle Fusion Apps to transform their supply chain. Tim Murnin, Director of Supply Chain talked about Boeing’s 5 year supply chain transformation journey. Boeing’s Integrated and Information Management division began with automation of critical RFQ process using Oracle BPM Suite. This 1st phase resulted in 38% reduction in labor costs for RFP. As a next step in this effort, Boeing is now creating a platform to enable electronic Order Management. Fusion Apps are playing a significant role in this phase. Boeing has gone live with Oracle Fusion Product Hub and efforts are underway with Oracle Fusion Distributed Order Orchestration (DOO). So, where does Oracle BPM Suite 11g fit in this equation? Let me explain. Business processes within Fusion Apps are designed using 2 standards: Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) and Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN). These processes can be easily configured using declarative set of tools. Boeing leverages Oracle BPM Suite 11g (which supports BPMN 2.0) and Oracle SOA Suite (which supports BPEL) to “extend” these applications. Traditionally, customizations are done within an app using native technologies. But, instead of making process changes within Fusion Apps, Boeing has taken an approach of building “extensions” layer on top of the application. Fig 2: Boeing’s use of Oracle BPM Suite to orchestrate key supply chain processes across Fusion Apps 2. Maximize Oracle Applications investment Fusion Middleware appeals not only to Fusion Apps customers, but is also leveraged by Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, Siebel and JD Edwards customers significantly. Using Oracle BPM Suite and Oracle SOA Suite is the recommended extension strategy for Oracle Fusion Apps and Oracle Applications Unlimited customers. Electronic Arts, E-Business Suite customer, spoke about their strategy to transform their order-to-cash process using Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Foundation Packs and Oracle BAM. Udesh Naicker, Sr Director of IT at Elecronic Arts (EA), discussed how growth of social and digital gaming had started to put tremendous pressure on EA’s existing IT infrastructure. He discussed the challenge with millions of micro-transactions coming from several sources – Microsoft Xbox, Paypal, several service providers. EA found Order-2-Cash processes stretched to their limits. They lacked visibility into these transactions across the entire value chain. EA began by consolidating their E-Business Suite R11 instances into single E-Business Suite R12. EA needed to cater to a variety of service requirements, connectivity methods, file formats, and information latency. Their integration strategy was tactical, i.e., using file uploads, TIBCO, SQL scripts. After consolidating E-Business suite, EA standardized their integration approach with Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle AIA Foundation Pack. Oracle SOA Suite is the platform used to extend E-Business Suite R12 and standardize 60+ interfaces across several heterogeneous systems including PeopleSoft, Demantra, SF.com, Workday, and Managed EDI services spanning on-premise, hosted and cloud applications. EA believes that Oracle SOA Suite 11g based extension strategy has helped significantly in the followings ways: - It helped them keep customizations out of E-Business Suite, thereby keeping EBS R12 vanilla and upgrade safe - Developers are now proficient in technology which is also leveraged by Fusion Apps. This has helped them prepare for adoption of Fusion Apps in the future Fig 3: Using Oracle SOA Suite & Oracle e-Business Suite, Electronic Arts built new platform for order processing 3. Consolidate apps and improve scalability Exalogic is an optimal platform for customers to consolidate their application deployments and enhance performance. Underwriter Laboratories talked about their strategy to run their mission critical applications including e-Business Suite on Exalogic. Christian Anschuetz, CIO of Underwriter Laboratories (UL) shared how UL is on a growth path - $1B to $2.5B in 5 years- and planning a significant business transformation from a not-for-profit to a for-profit business. To support this growth, UL is planning to simplify its IT environment and the deployment complexity associated with ERP applications and technology it runs on. Their current applications were deployed on variety of hardware platforms and lacked comprehensive disaster recovery architecture. UL embarked on a mission to deploy E-Business Suite on Exalogic. UL’s solution is unique because it is one of the first to deploy a large number of Oracle applications and related Fusion Middleware technologies (SOA, BI, Analytical Applications AIA Foundation Pack and AIA EBS to Siebel UCM prebuilt integration) on the combined Exalogic and Exadata environment. UL is planning to move to a virtualized architecture toward the end of 2012 to securely host external facing applications like iStore Fig 4: Underwrites Labs deployed e-Business Suite on Exalogic to achieve performance gains Key takeaways are: - Fusion Middleware platform is certified with major Oracle Applications Unlimited offerings. Fusion Middleware is the underlying technological infrastructure for Fusion Apps - Customers choose Oracle Fusion Middleware to extend their applications (Apps Unlimited or Fusion Apps) to keep applications upgrade safe and prepare for Fusion Apps - Exalogic is an optimum platform to consolidate applications deployments and enhance performance

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  • Why Fusion Middleware matters to Oracle Applications and Fusion Applications customers?

    - by Harish Gaur
    Did you miss this general session on Monday morning presented by Amit Zavery, VP of Oracle Fusion Middleware Product Management? There will be a recording made available shortly and in the meanwhile, here is a recap. Amit presented 5 strategies customers can leverage today to extend their applications. Figure 1: 5 Oracle Fusion Middleware strategies to extend Oracle Applications & Oracle Fusion Apps 1. Engage Everyone – Provide intuitive and social experience for application users using Oracle WebCenter 2. Extend Enterprise – Extend Oracle Applications to mobile devices using Oracle ADF Mobile 3. Orchestrate Processes – Automate key organization processes across on-premise & cloud applications using Oracle BPM Suite & Oracle SOA Suite 4. Secure the core – Provide single sign-on and self-service provisioning across multiple apps using Oracle Identity Management 5. Optimize Performance – Leverage Exalogic stack to consolidate multiple instance and improve performance of Oracle Applications Session included 3 demonstrations to illustrate these strategies. 1. First demo highlighted significance of mobile applications for unlocking existing investment in Applications such as EBS. Using a native iPhone application interacting with e-Business Suite, demo showed how expense approval can be mobile enabled with enhanced visibility using BI dashboards. 2. Second demo showed how you can extend a banking process in Siebel and Oracle Policy Automation with Oracle BPM Suite.Process starts in Siebel with a customer requesting a loan, and then jumps to OPA for loan recommendations and decision making and loan processing with approvals in handled in BPM Suite. Once approvals are completed Siebel is updated to complete the process. 3. Final demo showcased FMW components inside Fusion Applications, specifically WebCenter. Boeing, Underwriter Laboratories and Electronic Arts joined this quest and discussed 3 different approaches of leveraging Fusion Middleware stack to maximize their investment in Oracle Applications and/or Fusion Applications technology. Let’s briefly review what these customers shared during the session: 1. Extend Fusion Applications We know that Oracle Fusion Middleware is the underlying technology infrastructure for Oracle Fusion Applications. Architecturally, Oracle Fusion Apps leverages several components of Oracle Fusion Middleware from Oracle WebCenter for rich collaborative interface, Oracle SOA Suite & Oracle BPM Suite for orchestrating key underlying processes to Oracle BIEE for dash boarding and analytics. Boeing talked about how they are using Oracle BPM Suite 11g, a key component of Oracle Fusion Middleware with Oracle Fusion Apps to transform their supply chain. Tim Murnin, Director of Supply Chain talked about Boeing’s 5 year supply chain transformation journey. Boeing’s Integrated and Information Management division began with automation of critical RFQ process using Oracle BPM Suite. This 1st phase resulted in 38% reduction in labor costs for RFP. As a next step in this effort, Boeing is now creating a platform to enable electronic Order Management. Fusion Apps are playing a significant role in this phase. Boeing has gone live with Oracle Fusion Product Hub and efforts are underway with Oracle Fusion Distributed Order Orchestration (DOO). So, where does Oracle BPM Suite 11g fit in this equation? Let me explain. Business processes within Fusion Apps are designed using 2 standards: Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) and Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN). These processes can be easily configured using declarative set of tools. Boeing leverages Oracle BPM Suite 11g (which supports BPMN 2.0) and Oracle SOA Suite (which supports BPEL) to “extend” these applications. Traditionally, customizations are done within an app using native technologies. But, instead of making process changes within Fusion Apps, Boeing has taken an approach of building “extensions” layer on top of the application. Fig 2: Boeing’s use of Oracle BPM Suite to orchestrate key supply chain processes across Fusion Apps 2. Maximize Oracle Applications investment Fusion Middleware appeals not only to Fusion Apps customers, but is also leveraged by Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, Siebel and JD Edwards customers significantly. Using Oracle BPM Suite and Oracle SOA Suite is the recommended extension strategy for Oracle Fusion Apps and Oracle Applications Unlimited customers. Electronic Arts, E-Business Suite customer, spoke about their strategy to transform their order-to-cash process using Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Foundation Packs and Oracle BAM. Udesh Naicker, Sr Director of IT at Elecronic Arts (EA), discussed how growth of social and digital gaming had started to put tremendous pressure on EA’s existing IT infrastructure. He discussed the challenge with millions of micro-transactions coming from several sources – Microsoft Xbox, Paypal, several service providers. EA found Order-2-Cash processes stretched to their limits. They lacked visibility into these transactions across the entire value chain. EA began by consolidating their E-Business Suite R11 instances into single E-Business Suite R12. EA needed to cater to a variety of service requirements, connectivity methods, file formats, and information latency. Their integration strategy was tactical, i.e., using file uploads, TIBCO, SQL scripts. After consolidating E-Business suite, EA standardized their integration approach with Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle AIA Foundation Pack. Oracle SOA Suite is the platform used to extend E-Business Suite R12 and standardize 60+ interfaces across several heterogeneous systems including PeopleSoft, Demantra, SF.com, Workday, and Managed EDI services spanning on-premise, hosted and cloud applications. EA believes that Oracle SOA Suite 11g based extension strategy has helped significantly in the followings ways: - It helped them keep customizations out of E-Business Suite, thereby keeping EBS R12 vanilla and upgrade safe - Developers are now proficient in technology which is also leveraged by Fusion Apps. This has helped them prepare for adoption of Fusion Apps in the future Fig 3: Using Oracle SOA Suite & Oracle e-Business Suite, Electronic Arts built new platform for order processing 3. Consolidate apps and improve scalability Exalogic is an optimal platform for customers to consolidate their application deployments and enhance performance. Underwriter Laboratories talked about their strategy to run their mission critical applications including e-Business Suite on Exalogic. Christian Anschuetz, CIO of Underwriter Laboratories (UL) shared how UL is on a growth path - $1B to $2.5B in 5 years- and planning a significant business transformation from a not-for-profit to a for-profit business. To support this growth, UL is planning to simplify its IT environment and the deployment complexity associated with ERP applications and technology it runs on. Their current applications were deployed on variety of hardware platforms and lacked comprehensive disaster recovery architecture. UL embarked on a mission to deploy E-Business Suite on Exalogic. UL’s solution is unique because it is one of the first to deploy a large number of Oracle applications and related Fusion Middleware technologies (SOA, BI, Analytical Applications AIA Foundation Pack and AIA EBS to Siebel UCM prebuilt integration) on the combined Exalogic and Exadata environment. UL is planning to move to a virtualized architecture toward the end of 2012 to securely host external facing applications like iStore Fig 4: Underwrites Labs deployed e-Business Suite on Exalogic to achieve performance gains Key takeaways are: - Fusion Middleware platform is certified with major Oracle Applications Unlimited offerings. Fusion Middleware is the underlying technological infrastructure for Fusion Apps - Customers choose Oracle Fusion Middleware to extend their applications (Apps Unlimited or Fusion Apps) to keep applications upgrade safe and prepare for Fusion Apps - Exalogic is an optimum platform to consolidate applications deployments and enhance performance TAGS: Fusion Apps, Exalogic, BPM Suite, SOA Suite, e-Business Suite Integration

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  • Would You Like It In Green?

    - by steve.diamond
    OK, so admittedly, this is already a TIRED and HACKNEYED term, but it applies here, so please endure the following. If you would like it in green, then yes, "We have an app for that!" In the soon-to-be-introduced next release of Oracle CRM On Demand, organizations gain unprecedented flexibility in their ability to optimize the look and feel of the Oracle CRM On Demand user interface. So if you want it in green, you can have it in green. And on this topic, I must say...our product development team seems to be taking unabashed pleasure in displaying this new color flexibility. Their demos are increasingly displaying a color palette that would make Martha Stewart hurl. And when I offer any feedback in my typically "direct" manner, they respond with, "Well Diamond, we can't show red or blue now, can we? It would just look like...everything else!" Yeah....but....but...I'm wearing a white shirt today, just like the white shirt I wore yesterday. And my wife has a fondness for "Shabby Chic," which is an interior design style deploying mostly white backdrops. Therefore, I guess I'm not the best one to critique. In all seriousness, although we'll be profiling far meatier features in the next release of Oracle CRM On Demand, this is important for organizations that want to match the look and feel of their CRM application to their corporate branding standards. Oh, and Happy St. Patrick's Day.

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  • Oracle Database Security Protecting the Oracle IRM Schema

    - by Simon Thorpe
    Acquiring the Information Rights Management technology in 2006 was part of Oracle's strategic security vision and IRM compliments nicely the overall Oracle security set of solutions. A year ago I spoke about how Oracle has solutions that can help companies protect information throughout its entire life cycle. With our acquisition of Sun this set of solutions has solidified and has even extended down to the operating system and hardware level. Oracle can now offer customers technology that protects their data from the disk, through the database to documents on the desktop! With the recent release of Oracle IRM 11g I was tasked to configure demonstration and evaluation environments and I thought it would make a nice story to leverage some of the security features in the latest release of the Oracle Database. After building these environments I thought I would put together a simple video demonstrating how both Database Advanced Security and Information Rights Management combined can provide a very secure platform for protecting your information. Have a look at the following which highlights these database security options.Transparent Data Encryption protecting the communication from the Oracle IRM server to the Database server. Encryption techniques provide confidentiality and integrity of the data passing to and from the IRM service on the back end. Transparent Data Encryption protecting the Oracle IRM database schema. Encryption is used to provide confidentiality of the IRM data whilst it resides at rest in the database table space. Database Vault is used to ensure only the Oracle IRM service has access to query and update the information that resides in the database. This is an excellent method of ensuring that database administrators cannot look at or make changes to the Oracle IRM database whilst retaining their ability to administrate the database. The last thing you want after deploying an IRM solution is for a curious or unhappy DBA to run a query that grants them rights to your company financial data or documents pertaining to a merger or acquisition.

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  • Japan Welcomes Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

    - by Anand Akela
    Following Oracle’s grand unveiling of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c at Oracle OpenWorld 2011 in San Francisco, Oracle Japan just completed their launch for the product. Leng Tan, Oracle VP of Products, delivered the keynote with collaboration from a number of key partners in the region. From left to right: Leng Tan, VP of Products, Oracle; Shinyashiki-san, Assistant General Manager, NEC; Fuketa-san, General Manager, HITACHI; Fujii-san, General Manager, Fujitsu; Misawa-san, VP of Alliances, Oracle Japan NEC, Hitachi and Fujitsu have been among Oracle’s most active partners in the Japan region. They have received key awards from Oracle Japan for their efforts. NEC received the partner of the year award for 2010 and 2011. Hitachi received the partner of the year award for Oracle Enterprise Manager in 2011. Fujitsu received awards in the areas of Database and Oracle Exadata in 2011. All three partners were active participants in Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c beta program. According to Hirai-san, the technical lead at the event, there were over 200 attendees. “The event was so well-attended; there was no room to stand.” Said Hirai-san. Hirai-san demonstrating Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c at the Oracle Japan launch Here’s the highlight of the presentations made by the Oracle partners during this launch. NEC has developed an Oracle Enterprise Manager Plug-in for iStorage (NEC SAN Storage product). Additionally, NEC’s WebSAM Invariant Analyzer management tool is now capable of integrating with Oracle Enterprise Manager HITACHI demonstrated monitoring capabilities for Oracle Exadata through Oracle Enterprise Manager in their JP1 system management tool Fujitsu’s Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g adapter for their SystemWalker tool has now been enhanced to work with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c. Following a very successful launch in Japan, Oracle’s Total Cloud Control road show and additional Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c launches continue in the EMEA and Asia Pacific regions. This week Sushil Kumar, VP of Product Strategy and Business Development is scheduled to deliver the keynotes at several cities in India. Also this week, Richard Sarwal, SVP of Products, is scheduled to deliver a keynote at the DOAG conference in Nuremburg, Germany. Richard is also delivering the Oracle Enterprise Manger 12c launch event keynote in Paris on November 18th. Check out our event schedule for Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c events across the globe! For more information, please go to Oracle Enterprise Manager  web page or  follow us at :  Twitter   Facebook YouTube Linkedin

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  • Skechers Leverages Oracle Applications, Business Intelligence and On Demand Offerings to Drive Long-Term Growth

    - by user801960
    This month Oracle Retail in the USA announced that Skechers - a world leading lifestyle footwear retailer - would be adopting several Oracle Retail products as part of their global growth strategy and to maximise business efficiency.  While based primarily in the USA, Skechers is a respected retailer across the world and has been an Oracle customer since 1997.  The key information about the announcement is below.  To find out more about Skechers visit their website: http://www.skechers.com/  Skechers U.S.A. Inc., an award-winning global leader in the lifestyle footwear industry, has upgraded and expanded its Oracle® Applications investment, implemented Oracle Database and moved to Oracle On Demand, Oracle’s premier cloud service to support rapid growth across its retail and wholesale channels. The new business information systems are part of a larger initiative for the billion-dollar-plus footwear company to fuel growth, reduce total cost of ownership and enable the business to respond faster to market opportunities. With more than 3,000 styles of shoes to design, develop and market, Skechers upgraded to Oracle’s PeopleSoft Enterprise Financial Management and PeopleSoft Supply Chain Management to increase operational efficiencies and improve controls by establishing an integrated, industry-specific platform. An Oracle customer since 1997, Skechers implemented PeopleSoft Enterprise Real Estate Management to meet the rapid growth of its retail stores worldwide. The company is the first customer to go live on the Real Estate Management module and worked closely with Oracle to provide development insight. Skechers also implemented Oracle Fusion Governance, Risk, and Compliance applications. This deployment enabled the company to leverage its existing corporate governance and compliance efforts throughout the global enterprise and more effectively manage the audit processes across multiple business units, processes and systems while reducing audit costs. Next, Skechers leveraged Oracle Financial Analytics, a pre-built Oracle Business Intelligence Application and PeopleSoft Enterprise Project Costing and PeopleSoft Enterprise Contracts to develop a custom Royalty Management dashboard, providing managers with better financial visibility to the company’s licensing contracts. The company switched to Oracle Database and moved database hosting and management to Oracle On Demand to reduce maintenance, implementation and system administration costs. As a result, Skechers is also achieving a better response time and is delivering a higher level of 24x7 support. OSI Consulting, a Platinum partner in Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), provided implementation and integration services to Skechers.   To view the full announcement please click here

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  • Oracle AIM, Oracle ABF, and Siebel Results Roadmap Officially Retired as of January 31, 2011

    - by tom.spitz
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0in; mso-para-margin-right:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0in; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;} It seems somehow appropriate that the first entry of the Oracle® Unified Method (OUM) blog is about the retirement of several of our legacy methods, most notably AIM Foundation.If you're reading this, you're probably aware that Oracle has been developing OUM to support the entire Enterprise IT lifecycle, including support for the successful implementation of every Oracle product. As Oracle has continued to acquire new companies and technologies, it has become essential that we also create a single, unified language and approach for implementation - across the Oracle ecosystem.With the release of OUM 5.1 in 2009, OUM provided full support for all enterprise application implementation projects including Oracle E-Business Suite R12, Siebel CRM, PeopleSoft Enterprise, and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne projects. In 2010, we released OUM training that supports the use of OUM on these types of projects.That support represented a major milestone in the evolution of OUM and enabled implementers to transition to OUM. Consequently, we announced a staggered retirement schedule for Oracle's legacy methods. On January 31, 2011 we announced the retirement of:Oracle Application Implementation Method (AIM)Oracle AIM for Business Flows (ABF)Siebel Results RoadmapLater this year, we will announce the retirement of Compass - the legacy PeopleSoft method - and Data Warehouse Method Fast Track.OUM is available free of charge to Oracle Gold, Platinum, and Diamond partners through the Oracle Partner Network (OPN) [OUM on OPN]. The OUM Customer Program allows customers to obtain copies of the method for their internal use by contracting with Oracle for an engagement of two weeks or longer meeting some additional minimum criteria.There be more retirement announcements in the coming months. For now it's "Adios AIM." Thanks for the memories...

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  • Oracle Announces Availability of Oracle Exaskeleton with Extreme Scale

    - by Bruce Tierney
    The World’s First Human Scale Body Surface (HSBS) Designed to Toughen Spineless Wimps April 1, 2012 Building on the success of Oracle Exalogic, Oracle Exadata, and Oracle Exalytics, Oracle today announced the general availability of Oracle Exaskeleton, toughening up spineless wimps across the globe through the introduction of extreme scalability over the human body leveraging a revolutionary new technology called Human Scale Body Surface (HSBS). First Customer Ship (FCS) was received by the little known and mostly unsuccessful superhero Awkwardman. After applying Oracle Exaskeleton with extreme scale, he has since rebranded himself as Aquaman. Said Aquaman, “I used to feel so helpless in my skin…now I feel like…well…a highly scaled Engineered System thanks to Oracle!” Thousand of meek and mild individuals eagerly lined up outside Oracle Corporation’s Redwood Shores office to purchase the new Oracle Exaskeleton, with the hope of finally gaining the spine they never had. Unfortunately for the individuals, a bully was spotted allegedly kicking the sand covering the beaches of Redwood Shores into the still spineless Exaskeleton hopefuls. Supporting Quotes “Industry analysts are inquiring if Oracle Exaskeleton is a radical departure from Oracle’s traditional enterprise focus into new markets”, said Oracle representative Sabrina Twich, “Oracle has extensive expertise in unified backbone solutions for application infrastructures…this is simply a new port to the human body combining our Business Intelligence (BI) and RDBC (Remote Direct Brain Cell) technologies.” “With this release of Oracle Exaskeleton, Oracle has redefined scalability. Software and hardware vendors had it all wrong” said the Director of Oracle Exaskeleton, “Scalability for hardware is like…um…you know…so scale-ful. No, wait…can I say that again? I didn’t get that right…Scalability is hardware-on-demand with public and private…hybrid clouds, no…<long pause>…Scalability for… nevermind, I don’t want to be in this stupid press release anyway” Releases An upcoming Oracle Exaskeleton service pack release will include a new datasheet with an extensive library of three-letter acronyms (TLAs) as well as the introduction of more four-letter acronyms (FLAs) since technologies vendors have used up almost all of the 17,576 TLA permutations (TLAPs). About Oracle Oracle engineers hardware and software to work together in the cloud and in your data center. It would be an amazing coincidence if any of this is true in some secret Oracle lab, but I doubt it. Trademarks Really…you’re still reading this? Cool! Aquaman - First Customer Ship (FCS) - Oracle Exaskeleton

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  • Oracle ADF Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld LAD This Week

    - by shay.shmeltzer
    If you are attending Oracle OpenWorld/Oracle Develop/JavaOne in Sao Paulo Brazil this week, there are a few sessions dedicated to ADF that you might want to catch,Wed 3:45 S316863 An Introduction to Oracle Application Development Framework Task Flows (Salon 9)Wed 6:00pm An ADF Hands-on Lab: S318563 Oracle Fusion Applications Development Experience: An Oracle ADF Overview (Salon 7)Thu 5:15 S316857  Accelerated Java EE Development: The Oracle Way (Salon 9)And don't forget the JDeveloper booth at the JavaOne Demoground area.See you there.

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  • Oracle OpenWorld Preview: Get Your Hands Dirty with Oracle WebCenter

    - by Christie Flanagan
    Feel like getting your hands dirty with Oracle WebCenter during Oracle OpenWorld next week?  Roll up your sleeves and sharpen you skills sets by mastering Oracle WebCenter technology in one of our Hand-On Labs.  These labs are self-paced, practical learning sessions where you’re guaranteed to discover new ways to derive maximum benefits from Oracle WebCenter.  Experts will be available in person to answer questions and guide you through each lab. HOL10208 - Add Social Capabilities to Your Enterprise Applications Monday, Oct 1, 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM - Marriott Marquis - Salon 1/2 Oracle Social Network enables you to add real-time collaboration capabilities into your enterprise applications, so that conversations can happen directly within your business systems. In this hands-on lab, you will try out the Oracle Social Network product to collaborate with other attendees, using real-time conversations with document sharing capabilities. Next you will embed social capabilities into a sample Web-based enterprise application, using embedded UI components. Experts will also write simple REST-based integrations, using the Oracle Social Network API to programmatically create social interactions.HOL10194 - Enterprise Content Management Simplified: Oracle WebCenter Content’s Next-Generation UI Tuesday, Oct 2, 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM - Marriott Marquis - Salon 1/2Regardless of the nature of your business, unstructured content underpins many of its daily functions. Whether you are working with traditional presentations, spreadsheets, or text documents—or even with digital assets such as images and multimedia files—your content needs to be accessible and manageable in convenient and intuitive ways to make working with the content easier. Additionally, you need the ability to easily share documents with coworkers to facilitate a collaborative working environment. Come to this session to see how Oracle WebCenter Content’s next-generation user interface helps modern knowledge workers easily manage personal and enterprise documents in a collaborative environment.HOL10207 - Build an Intranet Portal with Oracle WebCenter Tuesday, Oct 2, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM - Marriott Marquis - Salon 1/2 Wednesday, Oct 3, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM - Marriott Marquis - Salon 1/2In this hands-on lab, you’ll work with Oracle WebCenter Portal and Oracle WebCenter Content to build out an enterprise portal that maximizes the productivity of teams and individual contributors. Using browser-based tools, you’ll manage site resources such as page styles, templates, and navigation. You’ll edit content stored in Oracle WebCenter Content directly from your portal. You’ll also experience the latest features that promote collaboration, social networking, and personal productivity.HOL10206 - Oracle WebCenter Sites 11g: Transforming the Content Contributor Experience Wednesday, Oct 3, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM - Marriott Marquis - Salon 1/2Oracle WebCenter Sites 11g makes it easy for marketers and business users to contribute to and manage Websites with the new visual, contextual, and intuitive Web authoring interface. In this hands-on lab, you will create and manage content for a sports-themed Website, using many of the new and enhanced features of the 11g release. See Your Favorite WebCenter Products in Action Visit us in the exhibition hall to see demonstrations of WebCenter products.  Demo pod locations are in Moscone South, Right: Oracle Social Network: S-244 Oracle WebCenter Content: S-246, S245 Oracle WebCenter Sites: S-247 Oracle WebCenter Portal: S-249 More Info: Oracle OpenWorld Oracle WebCenter Focus On Guide Oracle Customer Experience Summit @ OpenWorld

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  • Oracle Announces the new Environmental Accounting and Reporting Solution for Oracle ERP

    - by Oracle Accelerate for Midsize Companies
    Oracle now offers Environmental Accounting & Reporting extends the capabilities of both Oracle's E-Business Suite Financials and JD Edwards Enterprise One family of applications. Oracle Environmental Accounting and Reporting enables organizations to track their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and other environmental data against reduction targets, and facilitates environmental reporting for both voluntary and legislated emissions reporting schemes. The solution manages this function from within the existing ERP system and utilizes Oracle Business Intelligence to provide immediate insight into an organization's environmental data to identify and manage CO2 and cost reduction opportunities-providing rapid ROI. Click here to learn more: http://www.oracle.com/us/products/applications/green/accounting-reporting-410442.html

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  • Announcing: Oracle Database 11g R2 Certification on Oracle Linux 6

    - by Monica Kumar
    Oracle Announces the Certification of the Oracle Database on Oracle Linux 6 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Yesterday we announced the certification of Oracle Database 11g R2 with Oracle Linux 6 and Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel. Here are the key highlights: Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (R2) and Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Release 1 (R1) are immediately available on Oracle Linux 6 with the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel. Oracle Database 11g R2 and Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g R1 will be available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (RHEL6) and Oracle Linux 6 with the Red Hat Compatible Kernel in 90 days. Oracle offers direct Linux support to customers running RHEL6, Oracle Linux 6, or a combination of both. Oracle Linux will continue to maintain compatibility with Red Hat Linux. Read the full press release. 

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  • Implementing Oracle Exadata for Oracle Utilities Customer Care And Billing

    - by ACShorten
    In association with our performance team, a new whitepaper has been released for Oracle Utilities Customer Care And Billing that outlines the best practices for using Oracle Exadata with that product. The advice in the whitepaper is based upon certification and performance testing performed by our internal performance teams to assit in sites implementing the database component of Oracle Utilities Customer Care And Billing on an Oracle Exadata platform. It is recommended that the contents of this whitepaper be used alongside existing best practices for the Oracle Exadata platform. The whitepaper is available from My Oracle Support under Implementing Oracle Exadata with Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing (Dod Id: 1486886.1)

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  • Extend Oracle Sales Cloud with Oracle Platform as a Service

    - by Richard Lefebvre
    Use these Oracle guided-learning courses to learn how to extend Oracle Sales Cloud with Oracle Platform as a Service (PaaS) services. While this course is focused on using Oracle PaaS infrastructure services, many of the techniques presented are applicable to customers on Software as a Service (SaaS) environments. If you are a consultant embarking on an Oracle Fusion Applications SaaS implementation project or an Independent Solution Vendors (ISVs) looking to integrate a solution with Oracle Sales Cloud, this training is for you!

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  • Oracle E-Business Suite Partners Get Plugged In - Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

    - by Get_Specialized!
      Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in, an integral part of Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite, is Generally Available. More information may be found in note 1434392.1 on MyOracle Support. Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in can be accessed a few ways: Fresh install Enterprise Manager Store Oracle Software Delivery Cloud   Upgrade Oracle Technology Network Please refer to the Application Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite Guide for further details. If you are a partner and have not yet joined the Oracle PartnerNetwork Enterprise Manager KnowledgeZone, be sure and sign up today to learn more about Oracle Application Management and how it can aid your customers and business.

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  • ?RAC??????(Rolling)??/????????

    - by JaneZhang(???)
       ?RAC??????????,???????,???????????(Rolling),????,???????,??????????,???????????,????????,???????????????,?????????????????,???????   ?????????????????Rolling???,???????????Rolling?,?????????? ????,???Rolling???????:1. ?????2. ?????,????????????3. ????????????????????4. ??????,????????????????5. ?????????Readme????????????:1). ?oracle???????????????????.2). ??????:3). ??1????ORACLE_HOME?????????+ASM??(???);4). ?1?????:$cd $ORACLE_HOME/OPatch/10082277$opatch apply5). ??opatch????????????,??????????:6). ??1????ORACLE_HOME?????????+ASM??(???);7). ??2????ORACLE_HOME?????????+ASM??(???);8). ?????????????,??????????;9). ??2????ORACLE_HOME?????????+ASM??(???);10).???????,????? ????10.2.0.4 RAC???(Rolling)????8575528???:1).?oracle???????????????????,??:$ORACLE_HOME/OPatch??.$ pwd/u01/app/oracle/OPatch$ lsdocs  emdpatch.pl  jlib  opatch  opatch.ini  opatch.pl  opatchprereqs  p8575528_10204_Linux-x86.zip2).??????:su - oracle$ unzip p8575528_10204_Linux-x86.zipArchive:  p8575528_10204_Linux-x86.zip  creating: 8575528/  creating: 8575528/files/  creating: 8575528/files/lib/  creating: 8575528/files/lib/libserver10.a/ inflating: 8575528/files/lib/libserver10.a/kks1.o inflating: 8575528/files/lib/libserver10.a/kksc.o inflating: 8575528/files/lib/libserver10.a/kksh.o inflating: 8575528/files/lib/libserver10.a/ksmp.o  creating: 8575528/etc/  creating: 8575528/etc/config/ inflating: 8575528/etc/config/inventory inflating: 8575528/etc/config/actions  creating: 8575528/etc/xml/ inflating: 8575528/etc/xml/GenericActions.xml inflating: 8575528/etc/xml/ShiphomeDirectoryStructure.xml inflating: 8575528/README.txt    $ ls8575528  docs  emdpatch.pl  jlib  opatch  opatch.ini  opatch.pl  opatchprereqs  p8575528_10204_Linux-x86.zip3).????????????RAC?????(rolling)?$ $ORACLE_HOME/OPatch/opatch query -all /u01/app/oracle/OPatch/8575528|grep rollingPatch is a rolling patch: true <=====??????4).??1??????ORACLE_HOME?????????(???ASM,????):$srvctl stop instance -d <dbname> -i <instance_name>$srvctl stop asm -n <nodename>??:$srvctl stop instance -d ONEPIECE -i ONEPIECE1$srvctl stop asm -n nascds14$ crs_stat -tName           Type           Target    State     Host      ------------------------------------------------------------ora....E1.inst application    OFFLINE   OFFLINE            ora....SM1.asm application    OFFLINE   OFFLINE5). ?1?????:??:$su - oracle$cd /u01/app/oracle/OPatch/8575528$opatch applyInvoking OPatch 10.2.0.4.2Oracle Interim Patch Installer version 10.2.0.4.2Copyright (c) 2007, Oracle Corporation.  All rights reserved.Oracle Home       : /u01/app/oracleCentral Inventory : /home/oracle/oraInventory  from           : /etc/oraInst.locOPatch version    : 10.2.0.4.2OUI version       : 10.2.0.4.0OUI location      : /u01/app/oracle/ouiLog file location : /u01/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/opatch/opatch2012-06-13_01-27-38AM.logApplySession applying interim patch '8575528' to OH '/u01/app/oracle'Running prerequisite checks...OPatch detected the node list and the local node from the inventory.  OPatch will patch the local system thenpropagate the patch to the remote nodes.This node is part of an Oracle Real Application Cluster.Remote nodes: 'nascds15'Local node: 'nascds14'Please shutdown Oracle instances running out of this ORACLE_HOME on the local system.(Oracle Home = '/u01/app/oracle')Is the local system ready for patching? [y|n]y <======??yUser Responded with: YBacking up files and inventory (not for auto-rollback) for the Oracle HomeBacking up files affected by the patch '8575528' for restore. This might take a while...Backing up files affected by the patch '8575528' for rollback. This might take a while...Patching component oracle.rdbms, 10.2.0.4.0...Updating archive file "/u01/app/oracle/lib/libserver10.a"  with "lib/libserver10.a/kks1.o"Updating archive file "/u01/app/oracle/lib/libserver10.a"  with "lib/libserver10.a/kksc.o"Updating archive file "/u01/app/oracle/lib/libserver10.a"  with "lib/libserver10.a/kksh.o"Updating archive file "/u01/app/oracle/lib/libserver10.a"  with "lib/libserver10.a/ksmp.o"Running make for target ioracleApplySession adding interim patch '8575528' to inventoryVerifying the update...Inventory check OK: Patch ID 8575528 is registered in Oracle Home inventory with proper meta-data.Files check OK: Files from Patch ID 8575528 are present in Oracle Home.The local system has been patched.  You can restart Oracle instances on it.Patching in rolling mode.The node 'nascds15' will be patched next.Please shutdown Oracle instances running out of this ORACLE_HOME on 'nascds15'.(Oracle Home = '/u01/app/oracle')Is the node ready for patching? [y|n]6). ??opatch????????????????????????7). ??1???ASM ????????:$srvctl start asm -n <nodename>$srvctl start instance -d <dbname> -i <instance_name>??:$srvctl start asm -n nascds14$srvctl start instance -d ONEPIECE -i ONEPIECE1$crs_stat -tora....E1.inst application    ONLINE    ONLINE    nascds14  ora....SM1.asm application    ONLINE    ONLINE    nascds148).??2???ASM????????:$srvctl stop instance -d <dbname> -i <instance_name>$srvctl stop asm -n <nodename>$srvctl stop instance -d ONEPIECE -i ONEPIECE2$srvctl stop asm -n nascds15$crs_statora....E2.inst application    OFFLINE   OFFLINE            ora....SM2.asm application    OFFLINE   OFFLINE9). ?????????????,???????????Is the node ready for patching? [y|n] y <====??yUser Responded with: YUpdating nodes 'nascds15'  Apply-related files are:    FP = "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_files.txt"    DP = "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_dirs.txt"    MP = "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/make_cmds.txt"    RC = "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/remote_cmds.txt"Instantiating the file "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_files.txt.instantiated"by replacing $ORACLE_HOME in "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_files.txt" withactual path.Propagating files to remote nodes...Instantiating the file "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_dirs.txt.instantiated"by replacing $ORACLE_HOME in "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_dirs.txt" withactual path.Propagating directories to remote nodes...Instantiating the file "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/make_cmds.txt.instantiated"by replacing $ORACLE_HOME in "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/make_cmds.txt" withactual path.Running command on remote node 'nascds15':cd /u01/app/oracle/rdbms/lib; /usr/bin/make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle || echoREMOTE_MAKE_FAILED::>&2The node 'nascds15' has been patched.  You can restart Oracle instances on it.There were relinks on remote nodes.  Remember to check the binary size and timestamp on the nodes 'nascds15' .The following make commands were invoked on remote nodes:'cd /u01/app/oracle/rdbms/lib; /usr/bin/make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle'OPatch succeeded.10). ??2???ASM????????:$srvctl start asm -n <nodename>$srvctl start instance -d <dbname> -i <instance_name>??:$srvctl start asm -n nascds15$srvctl start instance -d ONEPIECE -i ONEPIECE211).??????????????????????????$ORACLE_HOME/OPatch/opatch lsinventory[[email protected] 8575528]$ $ORACLE_HOME/OPatch/opatch lsinventoryInvoking OPatch 10.2.0.4.2Oracle Interim Patch Installer version 10.2.0.4.2Copyright (c) 2007, Oracle Corporation.  All rights reserved.Oracle Home       : /u01/app/oracleCentral Inventory : /home/oracle/oraInventory  from           : /etc/oraInst.locOPatch version    : 10.2.0.4.2OUI version       : 10.2.0.4.0OUI location      : /u01/app/oracle/ouiLog file location : /u01/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/opatch/opatch2012-06-13_01-44-11AM.logLsinventory Output file location : /u01/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/opatch/lsinv/lsinventory2012-06-13_01-44-11AM.txt--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Installed Top-level Products (2):Oracle Database 10g                                                  10.2.0.1.0Oracle Database 10g Release 2 Patch Set 3                            10.2.0.4.0There are 2 products installed in this Oracle Home.Interim patches (1) :Patch  8575528      : applied on Wed Jun 13 01:28:24 CST 2012<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<  Created on 17 Aug 2010, 07:56:36 hrs PST8PDT  Bugs fixed:    8575528Rac system comprising of multiple nodes Local node = nascds14 Remote node = nascds15--------------------------------------------------------------------------------OPatch succeeded.Rac system comprising of multiple nodes Local node = nascds14 Remote node = nascds15--------------------------------------------------------------------------------OPatch succeeded. ????10.2.0.4 RAC???(Rolling)????8575528???: 1).??1?????ORACLE_HOME?????????(???ASM,????):$srvctl stop instance -d <dbname> -i <instance_name>$srvctl stop asm -n <nodename>??:$srvctl stop instance -d ONEPIECE -i ONEPIECE1$srvctl stop asm -n nascds14$crs_stat -tName           Type           Target    State     Host        ------------------------------------------------------------ora....E1.inst application    OFFLINE   OFFLINE              ora....SM1.asm application    OFFLINE   OFFLINE  2). ?1??????:??:$su - oracle$cd $ORACLE_HOME/OPatch/8575528$opatch rollback -id 8575528Invoking OPatch 10.2.0.4.2Oracle Interim Patch Installer version 10.2.0.4.2Copyright (c) 2007, Oracle Corporation.  All rights reserved.Oracle Home       : /u01/app/oracleCentral Inventory : /home/oracle/oraInventory  from           : /etc/oraInst.locOPatch version    : 10.2.0.4.2OUI version       : 10.2.0.4.0OUI location      : /u01/app/oracle/ouiLog file location : /u01/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/opatch/opatch2012-06-13_18-22-10PM.logRollbackSession rolling back interim patch '8575528' from OH '/u01/app/oracle'Running prerequisite checks...OPatch detected the node list and the local node from the inventory.  OPatch will patch the local system thenpropagate the patch to the remote nodes.This node is part of an Oracle Real Application Cluster.Remote nodes: 'nascds15'Local node: 'nascds14'Please shut down Oracle instances running out of this ORACLE_HOME on all the nodes.(Oracle Home = '/u01/app/oracle')Are all the nodes ready for patching? [y|n]y <=========??yUser Responded with: YBacking up files affected by the patch '8575528' for restore. This might take a while...Patching component oracle.rdbms, 10.2.0.4.0...Updating archive file "/u01/app/oracle/lib/libserver10.a"  with "lib/libserver10.a/kks1.o"Updating archive file "/u01/app/oracle/lib/libserver10.a"  with "lib/libserver10.a/kksc.o"Updating archive file "/u01/app/oracle/lib/libserver10.a"  with "lib/libserver10.a/kksh.o"Updating archive file "/u01/app/oracle/lib/libserver10.a"  with "lib/libserver10.a/ksmp.o"Running make for target ioracleRollbackSession removing interim patch '8575528' from inventoryPatching in rolling mode.The node 'nascds15' will be patched next.Please shutdown Oracle instances running out of this ORACLE_HOME on 'nascds15'.(Oracle Home = '/u01/app/oracle')Is the node ready for patching? [y|n]3). ??opatch????????????????????????????4). ??1??ASM ????????:$srvctl start asm -n <nodename>$srvctl start instance -d <dbname> -i <instance_name>??:$srvctl start asm -n nascds14$srvctl start instance -d ONEPIECE -i ONEPIECE1$crs_stat -tora....E1.inst application    ONLINE    ONLINE    nascds14    ora....SM1.asm application    ONLINE    ONLINE    nascds145).??2???ASM????????:$srvctl stop instance -d <dbname> -i <instance_name>$srvctl stop asm -n <nodename>$srvctl stop instance -d ONEPIECE -i ONEPIECE2$srvctl stop asm -n nascds15$crs_stat -tora....E2.inst application    OFFLINE   OFFLINE              ora....SM2.asm application    OFFLINE   OFFLINE  6). ??????????????,??????????The node 'nascds15' will be patched next.Please shutdown Oracle instances running out of this ORACLE_HOME on 'nascds15'.(Oracle Home = '/u01/app/oracle')Is the node ready for patching? [y|n]y <=========??yUser Responded with: YUpdating nodes 'nascds15'  Rollback-related files are:    FR = "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/remove_files.txt"    DR = "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/remove_dirs.txt"    FP = "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_files.txt"    MP = "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/make_cmds.txt"    RC = "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/remote_cmds.txt"Instantiating the file "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/remove_dirs.txt.instantiated"by replacing $ORACLE_HOME in "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/remove_dirs.txt" withactual path.Removing directories on remote nodes...Instantiating the file "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_files.txt.instantiated"by replacing $ORACLE_HOME in "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_files.txt" withactual path.Propagating files to remote nodes...Instantiating the file "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_dirs.txt.instantiated"by replacing $ORACLE_HOME in "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/copy_dirs.txt" withactual path.Propagating directories to remote nodes...Instantiating the file "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/make_cmds.txt.instantiated"by replacing $ORACLE_HOME in "/u01/app/oracle/.patch_storage/8575528_Aug_17_2010_07_56_36/rac/make_cmds.txt" withactual path.Running command on remote node 'nascds15':cd /u01/app/oracle/rdbms/lib; /usr/bin/make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle || echoREMOTE_MAKE_FAILED::>&2The node 'nascds15' has been patched.  You can restart Oracle instances on it.There were relinks on remote nodes.  Remember to check the binary size and timestamp on the nodes 'nascds15' .The following make commands were invoked on remote nodes:'cd /u01/app/oracle/rdbms/lib; /usr/bin/make -f ins_rdbms.mk ioracle ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle'OPatch succeeded.7). ??2???ASM????????:$srvctl start asm -n <nodename>$srvctl start instance -d <dbname> -i <instance_name>??:$srvctl start asm -n nascds15$srvctl start instance -d ONEPIECE -i ONEPIECE28).??????????????????????????$ $ORACLE_HOME/OPatch/opatch lsinventoryInvoking OPatch 10.2.0.4.2Oracle Interim Patch Installer version 10.2.0.4.2Copyright (c) 2007, Oracle Corporation.  All rights reserved.Oracle Home       : /u01/app/oracleCentral Inventory : /home/oracle/oraInventory  from           : /etc/oraInst.locOPatch version    : 10.2.0.4.2OUI version       : 10.2.0.4.0OUI location      : /u01/app/oracle/ouiLog file location : /u01/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/opatch/opatch2012-06-13_19-40-41PM.logLsinventory Output file location : /u01/app/oracle/cfgtoollogs/opatch/lsinv/lsinventory2012-06-13_19-40-41PM.txt--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Installed Top-level Products (2):Oracle Database 10g                                                  10.2.0.1.0Oracle Database 10g Release 2 Patch Set 3                            10.2.0.4.0There are 2 products installed in this Oracle Home.There are no Interim patches installed in this Oracle Home.Rac system comprising of multiple nodes Local node = nascds14 Remote node = nascds15--------------------------------------------------------------------------------OPatch succeeded.

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  • ??????????????DB??????????!Oracle TimesTen ??????/First Step

    - by Yusuke.Yamamoto
    ????? ??:2010/11/27 ??:?????? ??????DB??????????????????????????????????????????????Web????????????????????????????????????????????????DB??????????????????????DB?? Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database ??????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????Oracle TimesTen ??????Oracle TimesTen First Step???? ????????? ????????????????? http://www.oracle.com/technology/global/jp/ondemand/otn-seminar/pdf/TimesTen_OrD_20101027_print.pdf

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  • ???????????????????????????Oracle GoldenGate?

    - by Yusuke.Yamamoto
    ????? ??:2010/11/29 ??:???? ?????????????????????(???)??????????????Oracle GoldenGate?????????·?????/????????????????? ??????????????·????????????????????????????? Oracle GoldenGate ?????Oracle Database Summit 2010 ???????????????? ?????????????·?????????????????????10??????????????????????? Oracle GoldenGate ????????? ????????????????? http://oracledatabase.jp/data-integrator/entry_000096.html

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  • Oracle VM Forum????????!?????????????? "??????·????" ??????

    - by rika.tokumichi
    ??????OTN????????? 2010?5?18?????????????????Oracle VM Forum?????????? ?????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????·?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????·???????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????4?????????? ????????(?????)???????????·???????~???????????????? 5????~ ?????!????????·????????????????????? ????????????·?????????~???????????????????????~ ????????????????????~????????·????????????????~ ????????????????? ????????????????????????????????OTN?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Fusion Middleware?????? - Fusion Middleware???????? ????????????????????????????????^^ ???????????????????????????????????? ------------------------------ ?????!????????·????????????????????? ????????????????????????????Xen???????????????? ???Oracle VM for x86?Xen???????????????Xen 4.0????????Oracle VM???????????????????????????????????????Dell PowerEdge R910(CPU 32?????? 64GB)????????? ??????????????????VM????????????????????????????????????????????·???????????????????? ??????????4GB??????·????????????????????·????????????????? ???????VM1???????????????????????VM 30????VM 60?????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????VM?????????????????????? ?????????????Self-Ballooning?Transcendent Memory?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? >Xen??????????????? ????????????????????????Dell PowerEdge R810?????????????????????2U??????????????CPU 32??????????·????32??????????? ----------------------------- ????????????????????~????????·????????????????~ ???????????????????(AP)???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ????????????AP????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????AP????·????????????????????????????????????????AP·????·????????????????????????????????????? ???????????EC???????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????2?????? ???Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder? ????(Web?AP?DB)????????????????????????????????????????????? ???Oracle WebLogic Server on JRockit Virtual Edition? ????OS?????????????????JVM?????OS????????????????????(?????????????)?????????????????????????? ----------------------------- ??????????????????? >?????????????? ?????????????(??????)?????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????! ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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  • Oracle PartnerNetwork Syndicated Oracle Showcase Got a Facelift!

    - by Meghan Fritz-Oracle
    Have you seen the recently redesigned OPN Syndicated Oracle Showcase? Our new look makes it even easier to provide your customers with timely, compelling, rich web content that reinforces your expertise and the power of Oracle solutions. OPN continues to provide our Gold level and above partners this content syndication service – available at no additional charge. So, if you aren’t taking advantage of this service – what are you waiting for?Register today to get started and start enjoying these benefits: Dynamic up-to-date Oracle content featuring Applications; Database;Engineered Systems; Middleware; Servers & Storage; Optimized Solutions; and Cloud; Easy Installation – requires just a few lines of code; Seamless integration with existing website styles; Gated assets for lead generation capabilities; Statistics and metrics available to measure effectiveness; Tools and resources available to drive traffic + search engine optimization. Don’t just take our word for it! Check out the redesign for yourself! Questions?If you have questions about our redesign, or if you'd like help customizing the available solution pages, listen to the webinar replay that discusses these items in length.If you’re currently syndicating and you'd like to customize the available solution pages of your Showcase, simply log in to your OPN Syndicated Oracle Showcase Partner Console. If you'd like one-on-one assistance or technical support, don’t hesitate to contact us.Attending Oracle OpenWorld this year?The Oracle Showcase is powered by SharedVue. Stop by the OPN Lounge – a part of OPN Central @ OpenWorld – and meet with our SharedVue representative to learn more about this exciting syndication service.Can’t wait to see you shine brighter!The OPN Communications team

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  • Oracle EMEA News Digest - May 2014

    - by Steve Walker
    Systems Oracle introduced a technology preview of an OpenStack® distribution that allows Oracle Linux and Oracle VM users to work with the open source cloud software. This provides customers with additional choices and interoperability while taking advantage of the efficiency, performance, scalability, and security of Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. The distribution is delivered as part of the Oracle Linux and Oracle VM Premier Support offerings, at no additional cost. Oracle plans to work further with the OpenStack community to develop and enhance its enterprise-class capabilities to meet customer demands. Also in the Open Source arena, Oracle announced the general availability of MySQL Fabric. MySQL Fabric provides an integrated system that makes it simpler to manage groups of MySQL databases. It delivers both high availability - via failure detection and failover - and scalability through automated data sharding. Oracle Database, Middleware and Technology The company made two announcements for Oracle Tuxedo, the #1 application server for C, C++, COBOL and Java deployments in private cloud or traditional data center environments. With enhanced management and monitoring features and tighter integration with Oracle technologies, the latest release of Oracle Tuxedo 12c enables organizations to dramatically increase application throughput, while reducing total cost of ownership and time to market for new application development and deployment. Oracle also introduced the latest release of its mainframe application rehosting platform, Oracle Tuxedo ART 12c, to help organizations speed up migration projects and accelerate the adoption of the new environment by current IT staff. It enables organizations to accelerate the rehosting of IBM mainframe applications and greatly enhance management and supportability of the rehosted applications while reducing costs and risk. Applications According to new Oracle studies, B2B and B2C commerce professionals find integrated, omni-channel customer experiences increasingly valuable to their organizations, and are continuing to invest in technologies and digital content strategies to facilitate them. The studies—one for B2B and one for B2C—surveyed e-commerce professionals in business and technology departments from around the world. Although the priorities, success metrics, and technology investments differed between the two groups, customer acquisition and retention emerged as common themes across B2B and B2C. Growing market share and enhancing customer experience are cited as top investment areas for all e-commerce professionals. In product news, Oracle announced the latest release of Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Applications (version 11.1.1.8.1, in case anyone asks). It includes prebuilt connectors between Oracle Procurement and Spend Analytics and Oracle’s JD Edwards. Additionally, a new Oracle Human Resources Analytics module for developing and maintaining a skilled workforce has been introduced. In use at more than 4,000 companies worldwide, Oracle BI Applications support leading enterprise applications, including Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle’s PeopleSoft, Oracle's Siebel CRM, Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne offering high-performing analytics at a lower cost. Industries For the Communications Industry, Oracle has launched a new release of the Oracle Communications Core Session Manager. This gives CSPs a new way to design, deploy and manage complex networking services and embrace next-generation technology, It provides them with an immediate entry point for  network function virtualization (NFV) efforts, allowing them to realize immediate benefits associated with network virtualization – including increased service agility and improved network resource sharing. And for the Utilities Industry, Oracle is releasing solutions with new business features and enhanced technical architecture that help position utilities for success now and into the future. Oracle has provided new releases for its customer information system,  meter data management system, customer self-service solution and mobile workforce management solution.

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  • Tailoring the Oracle Fusion Applications User Interface with Oracle Composer

    - by mvaughan
    By Killian Evers, Oracle Applications User Experience Changing the user interface (UI) is one of the most common modifications customers perform to Oracle Fusion Applications. Typically, customers add or remove a field based on their needs. Oracle makes the process of tailoring easier for customers, and reduces the burden for their IT staff, which you can read about on the Usable Apps website or in an earlier VoX post.This is the first in a series of posts that will talk about the tools that Oracle has provided for tailoring with its family of composers. These tools are designed for business systems analysts, and they allow employees other than IT staff to make changes in an upgrade-safe and patch-friendly manner. Let’s take a deep dive into one of these composers, the Oracle Composer. Oracle Composer allows business users to modify existing UIs after they have been deployed and are in use. It is an integral component of our SaaS offering. Using Oracle Composer, users can control:     •    Who sees the changes     •    When the changes are made     •    What changes are made Change for me, change for you, change for all of youOne of the most powerful aspects of Oracle Composer is its flexibility. Oracle uses Oracle Composer to make changes for a user or group of users – those who see the changes. A user of Oracle Fusion Applications can make changes to the user interface at runtime via Oracle Composer, and these changes will remain every time they log into the system. For example, they can rearrange certain objects on a page, add and remove designated content, and save queries.Business systems analysts can make changes to Oracle Fusion Application UIs for groups of users or all users. Oracle’s Fusion Middleware Metadata Services (MDS) stores these changes and retrieves them at runtime, merging customizations with the base metadata and revealing the final experience to the end user. A tailored application can have multiple customization layers, and some layers can be specific to certain Fusion Applications. Some examples of customization layers are: site, organization, country, or role. Customization layers are applied in a specific order of precedence on top of the base application metadata. This image illustrates how customization layers are applied.What time is it?Users make changes to UIs at design time, runtime, and design time at runtime. Design time changes are typically made by application developers using an integrated development environment, or IDE, such as Oracle JDeveloper. Once made, these changes are then deployed to managed servers by application administrators. Oracle Composer covers the other two areas: Runtime changes and design time at runtime changes. When we say users are making changes at runtime, we mean that the changes are made within the running application and take effect immediately in the running application. A prime example of this ability is users who make changes to their running application that only affect the UIs they see. What is new with Oracle Composer is the last area: Design time at runtime.  A business systems analyst can make changes to the UIs at runtime but does not have to make those changes immediately to the application. These changes are stored as metadata, separate from the base application definitions. Customizations made at runtime can be saved in a sandbox so that the changes can be isolated and validated before being published into an environment, without the need to redeploy the application. What can I do?Oracle Composer can be run in one of two modes. Depending on which mode is chosen, you may have different capabilities available for changing the UIs. The first mode is view mode, the most common default mode for most pages. This is the mode that is used for personalizations or user customizations. Users can access this mode via the Personalization link (see below) in the global region on Oracle Fusion Applications pages. In this mode, you can rearrange components on a page with drag-and-drop, collapse or expand components, add approved external content, and change the overall layout of a page. However, all of the changes made this way are exclusive to that particular user.The second mode, edit mode, is typically made available to select users with access privileges to edit page content. We call these folks business systems analysts. This mode is used to make UI changes for groups of users. Users with appropriate privileges can access the edit mode of Oracle Composer via the Administration menu (see below) in the global region on Oracle Fusion Applications pages. In edit mode, users can also add components, delete components, and edit component properties. While in edit mode in Oracle Composer, there are two views that assist the business systems analyst with making UI changes: Design View and Source View (see below). Design View, the default view, is a WYSIWYG rendering of the page and its content. The business systems analyst can perform these actions: Add content – including custom content like a portlet displaying news or stock quotes, or predefined content delivered from Oracle Fusion Applications (including ADF components and task flows) Rearrange content – performed via drag-and-drop on the page or by using the actions menu of a component or portlet to move content around Edit component properties and parameters – for specific components, control the visual properties such as text or display labels, or parameters such as RSS feeds Hide or show components – hidden components can be re-shown Delete components Change page layout – users can select from eight pre-defined layouts Edit page properties – create or edit a page’s parameters and display properties Reset page customizations – remove edits made to the page in the current layer and/or reset the page to a previous state. Detailed information on each of these capabilities and the additional actions not covered in the list above can be found in the Oracle® Fusion Middleware Developer's Guide for Oracle WebCenter.This image shows what the screen looks like in Design View.Source View, the second option in the edit mode of Oracle Composer, provides a WYSIWYG and a hierarchical rendering of page components in a component navigator. In Source View, users can access and modify properties of components that are not otherwise selectable in Design View. For example, many ADF Faces components can be edited only in Source View. Users can also edit components within a task flow. This image shows what the screen looks like in Source View.Detailed information on Source View can be found in the Oracle® Fusion Middleware Developer's Guide for Oracle WebCenter.Oracle Composer enables any application or portal to be customized or personalized after it has been deployed and is in use. It is designed to be extremely easy to use so that both business systems analysts and users can edit Oracle Fusion Applications pages with a few clicks of the mouse. Oracle Composer runs in all modern browsers and provides a rich, dynamic way to edit JSF application and portal pages.From the editor: The next post in this series about composers will be on Data Composer. You can also catch Killian speaking about extensibility at OpenWorld 2012 and in her Faces of Fusion video.

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