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  • Startup Folder, HKCU/.../Run, HKLM/.../Run. Where Else to Look to Track Down a Mysterious Login Even

    - by Bob Kaufman
    Starting around the time I installed the Office 2010 Beta, Whenever I login, Windows tries to open a file named "Bob", coincidentally the first part of my username. Selecting Notepad to open it, and it contains TCP/IP network settings. I've looked for and deleted unrecognized entries in my StartUp folder, in HKLM/.../CurrentVersion/Run and in HKCU/.../CurrentVersion/Run with no luck. Is there any other place I should be looking for errant entries?

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  • FORBES.COM: Oracle's message is loud & clear – “we've got the cloud”

    - by Richard Lefebvre
    In a two-part series on Oracle's cloud strategy, Bob Evans reports on the October 4 meeting where Wall Street analysts questioned Mark Hurd and Safra Catz about the company's positioning for the shift to cloud computing. Check out Bob's related Forbes.com piece "The Dumbest Idea of 2013," in response to the preposterous chatter that Larry Ellison and Oracle don't "get" the cloud. His powerful six-point argument unravels our competitors' spin. Read the "Dumbest Idea."

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  • Email with extra '.com' behind sender email address

    - by CHT
    Currently I had a situation where I sent an email to [email protected], but when I receive mail from [email protected], it showed as [email protected], with extra '.com' behind the email address, this just happen within this week. Before this, I didn't change any setting, currently I am using Outlook 2010. When I checked the email in webmail, it also showed it as [email protected]. It seem that it has nothing to do with Outlook. However, I also tried on Thunderbird 16.0.1, but still the problem is the same. Has anyone experienced this before? Is the problem caused by the sender or receiver? Header Message as below: Return-Path: [email protected] Received: from colo4.roaringpenguin.com (not-assigned.privatedns.com [174.142.115.36] (may be forged)) by pioneerpos.com (8.12.11/8.12.11) with ESMTP id q9V6OsKU032650 for [email protected]; Wed, 31 Oct 2012 01:24:55 -0500 Received: from mail.pointsoft.com.tw (pointsoft.com.tw [59.124.242.126]) by colo4.roaringpenguin.com (8.14.3/8.14.3/Debian-9.4) with ESMTP id q9V6OmN0026374 for [email protected]; Wed, 31 Oct 2012 02:24:50 -0400 X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft Exchange V6.5 Content-class: urn:content-classes:message MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01CDB730.6B3D5A51" Subject: =?big5?B?scTByrPmLblzpfM=?= Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 14:25:16 +0800 Message-ID: X-MS-Has-Attach: yes X-MS-TNEF-Correlator: thread-topic: =?big5?B?scTByrPmLblzpfM=?= thread-index: Ac23MH3YpZuLx2ejTYqR5PfoZ+IoBw== X-Priority: 1 Priority: Urgent Importance: high From: "Alice" [email protected] To: "Bob" [email protected] X-Spam-Score: undef - pointsoft.com.tw is whitelisted. X-CanIt-Geo: ip=59.124.242.126; country=TW; region=03; city=Taipei; latitude=25.0392; longitude=121.5250; http://maps.google.com/maps?q=25.0392,121.5250&z=6 X-CanItPRO-Stream: pioneerpos-com:default (inherits from rp-customers:default,base:default) X-Canit-Stats-ID: 02IhGoMJb - 2e7fa924443e - 20121031 X-CanIt-Archive-Cluster: irqpXI7aJGyo4Ewta7qVH399FOg X-Scanned-By: CanIt (www . roaringpenguin . com) on 174.142.115.36

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  • Is there a simple LDAP-to-HTTP gateway out there?

    - by larsks
    We have a local LDAP directory that provides basic contact information about our user community. We would like to integrate this into some third-party hosted services that allow us to implement widgets that run arbitrary Javascript. In order to connect Javascript to our LDAP directory, I would like to set up a simple LDAP-to-HTTP proxy that would accept HTTP GET requests, translate them into an appropriate LDAP query, and respond with directory information as JSON-encoded data. In an ideal world, something like this: GET /[email protected] Would get me something like this: { "cn": "Bob Person", "title": "System Administrator", "sn": "Person", "mail": "[email protected]", "telepehoneNumber": "617-555-1212", "givenName": "Bob" } (And this obviously assumes that the web application has locally configured information about what base DN to use, how to authenticate, etc). I guess I could write one...but surely something like this already exists? UPDATE The consensus seems to be that there isn't a pre-existing solution out there and that I should just get off my lazy derriere and write one. So I did, and it's here. It's not especially pretty, but it works for my prototyping and I figure maybe someone else will find it useful someday.

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  • Login to OS X Server User Account from Local Computer

    - by Brod Wilkinson
    I have OS X Server installed on a mac mini. I've created several User accounts, one of which is Account Name: Bob Password: abc123 From the Mac Mini's login screen I can choose "Server" (main account) "Bob" (Bobs account) and "Other..." OS X Server Accounts, from "Other..." if I input Bobs credentials it will log me in. I also have a macbook air, I would like to be able to select from the Login Screen "Other..." input Bobs credentials and have it login to Bobs account, or any other User Account for that matter. My Server is setup as private with the server address: server.network.private Following some googled instructions as well as apples very own instructions I have: Setup an Open Directory with Username: diradmin Password: abc123 Then on the macbook air gone into System Preferences > Users & Groups > Login Options and clicked Join next to Network Account Server, input my server (server.network.private) with diradmin credentials and its connected. Great. I've also ticked Allow Network Users to Login and Login Window and selected All Users. I was assuming this would allow my macbook air to login to the "Bob" account by selecting "Other..." from the login window although there is no "Other..." option. I then setup a VPN, basic credentials, logged into it on the macbook air and still not much has changed. I am able to share screens with the "Bob" account form my macbook air by logging in by clicking Share Screen... from the Finder under Shared > Network Server and then clicking Login In but this obviously requires the macbook air to already be logged into an account before it can share screens which is not suitable. Is there any way to simply login to the OS X Server User Account from the macbook air's login screen via the "Other..." like it does on the mac mini's login screen? Thanks in advance. Operating System: OS X 10.9 Mavericks OS X Server: Version 3

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  • Active Directory Restricted Group confusion

    - by pepoluan
    I am trying to implement Restricted Group policy for my company's AD infrastructure, namely standardizing the local "Administrators" group. The documentation (and various webpages) said that the "Members of this group" policy will wipe out the "Administrators" group. However, an experiment made me confused: I created 2 GPOs: GPO-A replaces the Local Administrators with a list of domain users (e.g., "Alice" and "Bob") GPO-B inserts a domain user (e.g., "Charlie" -- not part of GPO A) into the Local Administrators Experiment 1: GPO-A gets applied first (link order 2) Everything happens as expected: GPO-A cleans out Local Admins and add "Alice" & "Bob" gets added; GPO-B adds "Charlie". Experiment 2: GPO-B is applied first What happens: "Charlie" gets added to the Local Admins group (which also contains 2 local users) The local users on the PC gets deleted, and "Alice" and "Bob" gets added. Result: Local Admins contain "Alice", "Bob", and "Charlie" My confusion: In Experiment 2, I thought GPO-A will totally erase the Local Admins group, including users added by GPO-B (since GPO-A gets applied after GPO-B). As it happens, it only erase local users from the Local Admins, but keeps the domain users. So, is that the way it should be? Or am I doing something incorrectly?

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  • IIS7 - Virtual Directories' Parent Paths behaving differently than previous versions

    - by MisterZimbu
    I'm doing a migration of a web server running on IIS 5 to IIS 7. I'm noticing that the virtual directories are behaving differently between the two. I have a site located at c:\inetpub\SiteName. This site contains a virtual directory "bob" that points at c:\virtualdirs\bob. There's a script in the bob folder (script.asp) that contains just: <!--#include virtual="../index.asp"--> I'm noticing different behaviors between IIS5 and IIS7 when I attempt to run the script by going to http://SiteName/bob/script.asp: IIS5 references the parent path of the site, and imports c:\inetpub\SiteName\index.asp. IIS7 references the parent folder of the virtual directory, and looks for a c:\virtualdirs\index.asp (that doesn't exist). Doing a Response.Write of a Server.MapPath confirms this. Is there a way to get IIS7 to behave like IIS5 in this regard? Unfortunately, moving index.asp and its logic into the virtualdirs folder isn't an option as the virtual directory will be shared across many sites (with differing index.asps). Thanks.

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  • problem with .Net xml importnode in powershell

    - by Trondh
    Hi, Im trying to construct a powershell script that uses some XML. I have a XML document where I try to add some values with email addresses. The finished xml document should have this format: (I'm only showing the relevant part of the xml here) <emailAddresses> <value>[email protected]</value> <value>[email protected]</value> <value>[email protected]</value> </emailAddresses> SO, in powershell I try to do this as a test, which fails: $newNumber = [xml] '<value>555-1215</value>' $newNode = $Request2.ImportNode($newNumber.value, $true) $emailnode.AppendChild($newNode) After some reading, I have figured out that if I do this, it suceeds: $newNumber = [xml] '<value name="flubber">555-1215</value>' $newNode = $Request2.ImportNode($newNumber.value, $true) $emailnode.AppendChild($newNode) So, I am stuck. I'm starting to wonder if I should use another function instead of importnode when I have several keys with the same name but different values. As you guys probably have figured out by now, i'm not an expert in xml. ANy help appreciated!

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  • What are the disadvantages of domain email forwarding?

    - by naivedeveloper
    I have a domain, example.com. My domain registrar gives me two options concerning email. Set up forwarding email addresses (e.g., [email protected] forwarded to [email protected]. Set up Google Apps for email management Thus far, I have gone with option 1. I have a generic GMail email, [email protected], and I subsequently set up various email addresses on my registrar to forward to this gmail address: [email protected] -> [email protected] [email protected] -> [email protected] [email protected] -> [email protected] Through the GMail account, I have the option to alias these addresses when sending email. For example, from [email protected], I can "send email as" [email protected]. That way from the vantage point of the receiver of the email, the email came from [email protected] as opposed to [email protected]. My question is: Are there any disadvantages of this approach? Are these emails more susceptible to being picked up by spam filters vs using the Google Apps approach? Is there any hidden indication that the email is being aliased? When viewing the email headers, it shows the email was sent from [email protected] and not [email protected] or "forwarded from [email protected]" or anything like that. Am I naive in assuming that my cheap approach to email is masked by aliasing my outgoing emails? I have chosen approach number 1 simply because of the ease of setup. With that said, are there any advantages of going with approach 2 (the Google Apps approach)? Thanks for suggestions and advice.

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  • Password-protected sharing allows access to users who have no account?

    - by romkyns
    Running Win7 on two computers in my LAN. Computer A has password-protected sharing enabled, and shares a folder. It has a single user account "Bob", and the Guest account is turned off. The network is workgroup-based. According to the descriptions of the "password-protected sharing" I could find, the only people who can access the shared folder via the LAN are those who know the username+password for the "Bob" account. However a second computer on the LAN is able to view this shared folder by simply browsing to Computer A. They don't need to enter any passwords or anything. The only user account registered on that PC is called "Jim", and has a different password from "Bob". How on earth is computer B able to view this shared folder? Is the popular description of the "password-protected sharing" feature inaccurate / did I misunderstand it big time? P.S. There is a possibility that the password for "Bob" has been entered on that PC once, and possibly the "remember password" box was checked. I've looked in the "Credential Manager" on both computers and there is nothing saved anywhere.

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  • ASP.NET/C#: How to use a Subclassed Control on a Page?

    - by Bob Kaufman
    I've subclassed DropDownList to add functionality specific to my application: public class MyDropDownList : DropDownList { ... } ... then referenced it in Web.Config, which is where I figure things start to go wrong: <pages theme="Main"> <controls> <add tagPrefix="bob" tagName="MyDropDownList" src="~/Components/MyDropDownList.cs" /> </controls> </pages> my reference to it does not work: <tr><td>Category</td> <td><bob:MyDropDownList runat="server" ID="Category"... /> and my best clue is the complier error message: "The file 'src' is not a valid [sic] here because it doesn't expose a type." I figure I'm misapplying knowledge of how to create a Web User Control here. What I want to be able to do is refer to this control on an ASP.NET page just like I would the parent DropDownList. Refactoring back into a Web User Control that contains a DropDownList is not desirable, because I want to apply a RequiredFieldValidator to it.

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  • Show Notes: Architects in the Cloud

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Stephen G. Bennett and Archie Reed, the authors of Silver Clouds, Dark Linings: A Concise Guide to Cloud Computing,  discuss what’s new and what’s not so new about cloud computing, talk about how marketing hype has muddied understanding of what cloud is and what it can do, and explore other issues in the latest ArchBeat interview series. Listen to Part 1 Listen to Part 2 (December 22) Listen to Part 3 (December 29) Listen to Part 4 (January 5) Connect If you have questions, comments, or would otherwise like to interact directly with Steve or Archie, you can so through the following channels: Stephen G. Bennett Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn Archie Reed Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn Steve and Archie have also set up a Twitter account and blog specifically for their book: Twitter: @concisecloud Blog: concisecloud.com Of course, the book is available on Amazon: http://amzn.to/silverclouddarklinings Stay tuned: RSS Technorati Tags: oracle,otn,archbeat,cloud computing,podcast,. stephen bennett,archie reed del.icio.us Tags: oracle,otn,archbeat,cloud computing,podcast,. stephen bennett,archie reed

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  • Special Activities in the OTN Lounge

    - by Bob Rhubart
    What is the OTN Lounge? It's the place for Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne attendees to hang out, get off your feet, rest up between sessions, recharge your laptop, tablet, or phone, connect with other community members, pick the brains of subject matter experts and community leaders, enjoy some refreshments (coffee and soft drinks in the morning, beer in the afternoon), and avoid the crowds by watching keynote presentations on a plasma screen. But in addition to general chillaxin' the OTN Lounge also hosts several special activities throughout the week… OTN Lounge Special Activities Sunday Oracle Social Network Developer Challenge Kick-off   (7:00pm - 8:30pm)Want to learn more about Oracle Social Network? Love working with APIs? Enter the Oracle Social Network Developer Challenge and build your dream integration with Oracle's secure, purposeful social network for business. Demonstrate your skills, work with the latest and greatest and compete for $500 in Amazon gift cards. Go to theappslab.com/osnregisterr Read and agree to the terms and rules. Register yourself with your name, corporate email address, and company. Watch your inbox for a confirmation email from Oracle Social Network. Start coding (individual or teams welcome) Show off your work to the judges in the OTN Lounge, Wednesday, 4:00pm - 6:00pm Monday (Lounge hours: 8:00am - 7:00pm) RAC Attack (9:00am - 1:00pm) Learn about Oracle Real Application Clustering (RAC) in this collaborative event. You'll work with experts from the IOUG RAC SIG to get an Oracle Database 11gR2 RAC cluster running inside a virtual machine. For more information: RAC attack at Oracle Open World (Pythian Blog) RAC Attack - Oracle Cluster Database at Home/Events (WikiBooks) Oracle Social Network Developer Challenge Office Hours (4:00pm - 8:00pm)Meet the people behind Oracle Social Network. Tuesday (Lounge hours: 8:00am - 7:00pm) RAC Attack (9:00am - 1:00pm) Oracle Social Network Developer Challenge Office Hours (4:30pm - 8:00pm) Oracle Database / Oracle Fusion Middleware Tweet Meet (4:30pm - 6:00pm) Free as in beer! Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware tweeters, gather in the OTN Lounge for refreshments and conversation with fellow tweeters and Oracle Database and Middleware experts. Wednesday (Lounge Hours: 8:00am - 6:00pm) RAC Attack (9:00am - 1:00pm) Oracle Social Network Developer Challenge Judging (4:00pm - 6:00pm) ADF Oracle ADF / Oracle Fusion Middleware Meet-up (4:30pm - 5:30pm) Join other Oracle ADF and Oracle Fusion Middleware developers and meet the product managers and engineers behind Oracle ADF, ADF Mobile, and ADF Essentials. Did we mention free beer? Thursday (Lounge Hours: 8:00am - 2:00pm) RAC Attack (9:00am - 1:00pm) The OTN Lounge is located in the Howard St .tent, located by no small coincidence on Howard St. between 3rd and 4th, directly between Moscone North and Moscone South. An Oracle OpenWorld or JavaOne conference badge is required for access to the OTN Lounge.

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  • Podcast Show Notes: Evolving Enterprise Architecture

    - by Bob Rhubart
    The latest series of ArchBeat podcast programs grew out of another virtual meet-up, held on March 11. As with previous meet-ups, I sent out a general invitation to the roster of previous ArchBeat panelists to join me on Skype to talk about whatever topic comes up. For this event, Oracle ACE Directors Mike van Alst and Jordan Braunstein  showed up, along with Oracle product manager Jeff Davies.  The result was an impressive and wide-ranging discussion on the evolution of Enterprise Architecture, the role of technology in EA, the impact of social computing, and challenge of having three generations of IT people at work in the enterprise – each with different perspectives on technology. Mike, Jordan, and Jeff talked for more than an hour, and the conversation was so good that slicing and dicing it to meet the time constraints for these podcasts has been a challenge. The first two segments of the conversation are now available. Listen to Part 1 Listen to Part 2 Part 3 will go live next week, and an unprecedented fourth segment will follow. These guys have strong opinions, and while there is common ground, they don’t always agree. But isn’t that what a community is all about? I suspect that you’ll have questions and comments after listening, so I encourage you to reach out to Mike, Jordan, and Jeff  via the following links: Mike van Alst Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn | Business |Oracle Mix | Oracle ACE Profile Jordan Braunstein Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn | Business | Oracle Mix | Oracle ACE Profile Jeff Davies Homepage | Blog | LinkedIn | Oracle Mix (Also check out Jeff’s book: The Definitive Guide to SOA: Oracle Service Bus)   Coming Soon ArchBeat’s microphones were there for the panel discussions at the recent Oracle Technology Network Architect Days in Dallas and Anaheim. Excerpts from those conversations will be available soon. Stay tuned: RSS Technorati Tags: oracle,otn,enterprise architecture,podcast. arch2arch,archbeat del.icio.us Tags: oracle,otn,enterprise architecture,podcast. arch2arch,archbeat

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  • Podcast Show Notes: The Red Room Interview &ndash; Part 1

    - by Bob Rhubart
      The latest OTN Arch2Arch podcast is Part 1 of a three-part series featuring a discussion of a broad range of SOA  issues with three members of the small army of contributors to The Red Room Blog, now part of the OJam.biz site, the Australia-New Zealand outpost of the global Oracle community. The panelists for this program are: Sean Boiling - Sales Consulting Manager for Oracle Fusion Middleware LinkedIn | Twitter | Blog Richard Ward - SOA Channel Development Manager at Oracle LinkedIn | Blog Mervin Chiang - Consulting Principal at Leonardo Consulting LinkedIn | Twitter | Blog (You can also follow the Red Room itself on Twitter: @OracleRedRoom.) The genesis of this interview goes back to 2009, and the original Red Room blog, on which Sean, Richard, Mervin, and other Red Roomers published a 10-part series of posts that, taken together, form a kind of SOA best-practices guide, presented in an irreverent style that is rare in a lot of technical writing. It was on the basis of their expertise and irreverence that I wanted to get a few of the Red Room bloggers on an Arch2Arch podcast.  Easier said than done. Trying to schedule a group interview with very busy people on the other side of world (they’re actually 15 hours in the future, relative to my location) is not a simple process. The conversations about getting some of the Red Room people on the program began in the summer of 2009. The interview finally happened at 5:30 PM EDT on Tuesday March 30, 2010, which for the panelists, located in Australia, was 8:30 AM on Wednesday March 31, 2010. I was waiting for dinner, and Sean, Richard, and Mervin were waiting for breakfast. But the call went off without a hitch, and the panelists carried on a great discussion of SOA issues. Listen to Part 1 Many thanks to Gareth Llewellyn for his help in putting this together. SOA Best Practices Here’s a complete list of the posts in the original 10-part Red Room series: SOA is Dead. Long Live SOA by Sean Boiling Are you doing SOP’s instead of SOA? by Saul Cunningham All The President's SOA by Sean Boiling SOA – Pay Now or Pay Dearly by Richard Ward SOA where are the skills? by Richard Ward Project Management Pitfalls within SOA by Anton Gouws Viewing SOA as a project instead of an architecture by Saul Cunningham Kiss and Tell by Sean Boiling Failure to implement and adhere to SOA Governance by Mervin Chiang Ten Out Of Ten by Sean Boiling Parts 2 of the Red Room Interview will be available next week, followed by Part 3, so stay tuned: RSS Change in the Wind Beginning with next week’s program, the OTN Arch2Arch Podcast will be rechristened as the OTN ArchBeat Podcast, to better align with this blog. The transformation will be painless – you won’t feel a thing.   del.icio.us Tags: otn,oracle,Archbeat,Arch2Arch,soa,service oriented architecture,podcast Technorati Tags: otn,oracle,Archbeat,Arch2Arch,soa,service oriented architecture,podcast

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  • links for 2010-03-25

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Andy Mulholland: Grasping the single point that is powering a lot of the change "What has changed, and is changing our environment is a reversal of the technology model from a focus on data and the ‘pushing’ of this structured data towards users, to a ‘pull’ model based on users’ abilities to find unstructured data using search." -- Andy Mulholland (tags: enterprisearchitecture cloud) Pat Shepherd: SOA Checklist Is SOA the answer for your particular problem? Pat Shepherd's checklist might help you make the right call. (tags: otn oracle enterprisearchitecture soa)

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  • links for 2010-05-17

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Government 2.0 Expo 2010 - May 25-27, 2010 Washington DC WIKI page covering Oracle's sponsorship of Government 2.0 Expo 2010 in Washington, DC USA. (tags: architect enterprise2.0 oracle otn) @myfear: DOAG 2010 Conference and Exhibition CfP still running "In more than 300 speakers slots the DOAG 2010 Conference, which takes place November 16th-18th, 2010 in Nuremberg, provides current information on the successful use of the Oracle products as well as practical tips and tricks and exchange of experience. Stay up to date with informations and follow @doagkonferenz on twitter." -- Oracle ACE Director Marcus Eisele (tags: oracle otn oracleace DOAG) @oracle_ace: MySQL Track at ODTUG Kaleidoscope "It looks like MySQL will be making a splash in DC this year at ODTUG Kaleidoscope. The conference organizers have announced a new MySQL track. Is this a good thing? MySQL is not really an Oracle tool, per se. It is, however, an Oracle database. As a database geek, and as an Oracle ACE Director, I like it." -- Oracle ACE Director Lewis Cunningham (tags: oracle otn oracleace mysql ODTUG) @ORACLENERD: Exadata Quotes Oracle ACE Chet "ORACLENERD"Justice leverages Hollywood to share his thoughts on Oracle Exadata. (tags: oracle otn oracleace exadata) Anthony Shorten: Accessing JMX for Oracle WebLogic 11g Anthony Shortens illustrates one way to allow "a console like jconsole to remotely monitor and manage Oracle WebLogic using the JMX Mbeans." (tags: oracle otn weblogic java ejb jmx) The Aquarium: Oracle Blogs, Tweeters, Feeds and Planets The Aquarium shares "some useful links to Oracle-related content that I recently discovered, as seen from the perspective of a 'Sun classic' Oracle employee." (tags: oracle sun blogs community) Anthony Shorten: JMX Based Monitoring - Part Two - JVM Monitoring The second article in Anthony Shorten's series focusing on the JMX based monitoring capabilities possible with the Oracle Utilities Application Framework. (tags: oracle otn virtualization jvm jmx java)

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  • Podcast Show Notes: Evolving Enterprise Architecture

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Back in March Oracle ACE Directors Mike van Alst (IT-Eye) and Jordan Braunstein (Visual Integrator Consulting) and Oracle product manager Jeff Davies participated in an ArchBeat virtual meet-up. The resulting conversation quickly turned to the changing nature of enterprise architecture and the various forces driving that change. All four parts of that wide-ranging conversation are now available. Listen to Part 1 Listen to Part 2 Listen to Part 3 Listen to Part 4 As you’ll hear, Mike, Jordan, and Jeff bring unique perspectives and opinions to this very lively conversation. These are three very sharp, very experienced guys, as and you might expect, they don’t always walk in lock-step when it comes to EA. You can learn more about Mike, Jordan, and Jeff – and share your opinions with them -- through the links below: Mike van Alst Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn | Business |Oracle Mix | Oracle ACE Profile Jordan Braunstein Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn | Business | Oracle Mix | Oracle ACE Profile Jeff Davies Homepage | Blog | LinkedIn | Oracle Mix (Also check out Jeff’s book: The Definitive Guide to SOA: Oracle Service Bus) Up Next Next week’s program features highlights from the panel discussion at the Oracle Technology Architect Day event held in Anaheim, CA on May 19. You’ll hear from Oracle ACE Directors Basheer Khan and Floyd Teter, Oracle virtualization expert and former Sun Microsystems principal engineer Jeff Savit, Oracle security analyst Geri Born, and event MC Ralf Dossman, Director of SOA and Middleware in Oracle’s Enterprise Solutions Group. Stay tuned: RSS

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  • Podcast Show Notes &ndash; Oracle Coherence and Data Grid Technology - Part 1

    - by Bob Rhubart
    This week’s ArchBeat Podcast program kicks off a three-part series featuring a discussion of Oracle Coherence and data grid technology. Listen to Part 1 The panelists for this discussion are: Cameron Purdy, VP of Development, Oracle Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn | Oracle Mix Aleksandar Seovic, founder and managing director at S4HC Inc. Blog| Twitter | LinkedIn | Oracle Mix | Oracle ACE Profile (Aleks is also the author of  Oracle Coherence 3.5 from Packt Publishing.) John Stouffer, independent consultant, Oracle Applications DBA/Architect Blog |  LinkedIn | Oracle Mix | Oracle ACE Profile Part two will be available on June 23, part 3 on June 30. Coming soon On July 7 the ArchBeat Podcast kicks of a series featuring an open discussion of Architecture and Agility. Stay tuned: RSS   Technorati Tags: oracle,otn,arch2arch,archbeat,coherence,data grid,cameron purdy,aleks seovic del.icio.us Tags: oracle,otn,arch2arch,archbeat,coherence,data grid,cameron purdy,aleks seovic

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  • links for 2010-04-09

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Brian Dayton: My Doors - Why Standards Matter to Business "My 1951 house wasn't built with me in mind. They built what worked and called it a day. The same holds true with a lot of business applications. They were designed and architected for one-time use with one use-case in mind. Today's business climate is different." -- Brian Dayton (tags: oracle otn architecture businessalignment standards) Edwin Biemond: ADF Task Flow interaction with WebCenter Composer Oracle ACE Edwin Biemond of Whitehorses describes how to manage independent task flows at runtime with Oracle WebCenter Composer. (tags: otn oracle oracleace webcenter enterprise2.0) John Mead: Exadata in Retail Presentation Rittman Mead's John Mead shares slides describing a recent project: a custom data warehouse built on Exadata, populated by CDC with reporting delivered by OBIEE. (tags: oracle otn rittmanmead datawarehousing exadata obiee cdc) Where's The Line Between Architecting And Engineering? | Forrester Blogs Forrester's Gene Leganza answers the question "What is the difference between architecting and designing or, alternately, between architecture and engineering?" (tags: architecture engineering forrester)

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  • links for 2010-12-20

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Oracle BI Applications - Security "I recently had to dig into the standard Oracle BI Applications Security Oracle delivers out of the box. The clients had two security requirements..." - Daan Bakboord (tags: oracle security businessintelligence) Changing DataSource Details Using WLST (Multiple Domains) Jay Sensharma shares a script that will make it "easy for WebLogic Administrator to change all the DataSource UserName and Passwords." (tags: weblogic oracle wlst) Richard Veryard on Architecture: Complexity and Power 2 "Power and complexity are higher-order examples of so-called non-functional requirements. Architects need to be able to reason about the composition and decomposition of non-functional requirements." - Richard Veryard (tags: entarch complexity enterprisearchitecture) Anti-Search patterns - SQL to look for what is NOT there - Part One Oracle ACE Director Lucas Jellema discusses a number of situations in which "you are looking for records that do not exist" and demonstrates several "anti-queries." (tags: oracle otn oracleace sql) SOA & Middleware: Canceling a running composite in SOA Suite 11g Niall Commiskey offers a simple scenario. (tags: oracle soa) SOA Design Patterns in the Cloud | SOA World Magazine Srinivasan Sundara Raja attempts to clear up the "confusion in the air about the applicability of SOA in a Cloud managed environment and whether Cloud is the next generation of SOA." (tags: oracle soa cloud) Mark Nelson: Using WebLogic as a Load Balancer "There are a number of good options available to set up a software load balancer in the test environment," says Mark Nelson. "In this post, we will explore one such option – using the HTTP Cluster Servlet that is included with WebLogic Server." (tags: weblogic oracle otn)

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  • links for 2010-04-02

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Jeff Victor: Solaris Virtualization Book Jeff Victor with an update on the status of the book, "Oracle Solaris 10 System Virtualization Essentials." (tags: sun solaris virtualization) Mitch Denny: Architecture vs. Design It's an old post but it still resonates: "In the consumer electronics business, some people are actually hired to go through a system and remove components until it stops working – they do this to remove the cost before they go into mass production. We need more of this in the software business." -- Mitch Denny (tags: architecture design development) @vambenepe: Enterprise application integration patterns for IT management: a blast from the past or from the future? "In a recent blog post, Don Ferguson (CTO at CA) describes CA Catalyst, a major architectural overall which “applies enterprise application integration patterns to the problem of integrating IT management systems”. Reading this was fascinating to me. Not because the content was some kind of revelation, but exactly for the opposite reason. Because it is so familiar." -- William Vambenepe (tags: otn oracle eai)

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  • links for 2010-03-23

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Edward Clay: 10 Best Practices for a Successful Customer Solution Engagement Edward Clay based this new Oracle white paper on information from ITIL, ISO, and other IT models and methodologies, and on his 17+ years in the IT industry. (tags: entarch oracle otn solutionarchitect itil iso) John Brunswick: ?Portal Content Personalization John Brunswick's very thorough post covers terminology and concepts, example scenarios and technical implementation strategies to showcase how content personalization can be achieved within a portal from a technical and strategic standpoint. (tags: otn oracle enterprise2.0 contentmanagement portal)

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  • links for 2010-12-16

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Oracle Solaris 11 Express: Network Virtualization and Resource Control | Oracle Clinic XiangBingLiu's detailed overview of Oracle Solaris 11 Express features, including Crossbow. (tags: oracle solaris virtualization crossbow) A New Threat To Web Applications: Connection String Parameter Pollution (CSPP) (The Oracle Global Product Security Blog) "CSPP, if carried out successfully, can be used to steal user identities and hijack web credentials. CSPP is a high risk attack because of the relative ease with which it can be carried out (low access complexity) and the potential results it can have (high impact)." -- Shaomin Wang (tags: oracle otn security cspp)

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  • links for 2010-04-28

    - by Bob Rhubart
    Guido Schmutz: Oracle BPM11g available! Oracle ACE Director Guido Schmutz shares his impressions after attending a hands-on workshop conducted by Masons of SOA member Clemens Utschig-Utschig. (tags: oracle otn oracleace bpm soa soasuite) Elena Zannoni : 2010 Collaboration Summit Impressions Elena Zannoni has collected her thoughts on #C10 and shares them in this great blog post. (tags: oracle otn linux architecture collaborate2010) Hajo Normann: BPMN 2.0 in Oracle BPM Suite: The future of BPM starts now "The BPM Studio sets itself apart from pure play BPMN 2.0 tools by being seamlessly integrated inside a holistic SOA / BPM toolset: BPMN models are placed in SCA-Composites in SOA Suite 11g. This allows to abstract away the complexities of SOA integration aspects from business process aspects. For UIs in BPMN tasks, you have the richness of ADF 11g based Frontends." -- Oracle ACE Director and Masons of SOA member Hajo Normann (tags: oracle otn oracleace bpm soa sca) Brain Dirking: AIIM Best Practice Awards to Two Oracle Customers Brian Dirking's great write-up of the AIIM Awards Banquet, at which the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Charles Town Police Department were among the winners of the 2010 Carl E. Nelson Best Practices Awards. (tags: oracle otn aiim bpm ecm enterprise2.0) Mark Wilcox: Upcoming Directory Services Live Webcast - Improve Time-to-Market and Reduce Cost with Oracle Directory Services Live Webcast: Improve Time-to-Market and Reduce Cost with Oracle Directory Services Event Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010 Event Time: 10:00 AM Pacific Standard Time / 1:00 Eastern Standard Time (tags: oracle otn webcast security identitymanagement) Celine Beck: Introducing AutoVue Document Print Service Celine Beck offers a detailed overview of Oracle AutoVue. (tags: oracle otn enatarch visualization printing) Vikas Jain: What's new in OWSM 11gR1 PS2 (11.1.1.3.0) ? Vikas Jain shares links to resources relevant to the recently releases patch set for Oracle Web Services Manager 11gR1. (tags: oracle otn soa webservices oswm) @theovanarem: Oracle SOA Suite 11g Release 1 Patch Set 2 Theo Van Arem shares links to several resources relevant to the release of the latest patch set for Oracle SOA Suite 11g. (tags: oracle otn soa soasuite middleware) @vambenepe: Analyzing the VMforce announcement "The new thing is that force.com now supports an additional runtime, in addition to Apex. That new runtime uses the Java language, with the constraint that it is used via the Spring framework. Which is familiar territory to many developers. That’s it." -- William Vambenepe (tags: oracle otn cloud paas)

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