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New Release of jQuery UI

Andrew Tulley - Tue, 2012-10-09 14:19

I’ve just noticed that there’s a new version of jQuery UI: 1.9. It includes nifty new widgets including Menu, Spinner and Tooltip. And who doesn’t love new widgets?

You can read about it and see demoes of the new functionality here: http://blog.jqueryui.com/2012/10/jquery-ui-1-9-0/


Clicking a Region Selector Button Programmatically

Andrew Tulley - Tue, 2012-10-09 04:46

As far as I’m aware, there’s no out-of-the-box call made available by Apex to allow you to click a particular button in a Region Selector programmatically via Javascript.

The following bit of jQuery will allow you to do this. Just change the string “Personal Bio” to be whatever the string is that appears in the Region Selector button you want to programatically “click”:

$(‘span:contains(“Personal Bio”)’).parent().click();

Be aware that the string (“Personal Bio” in the above example) is case sensitive.

With a bit more work this technique could be employed so that your pages “remember” which Region was last selected in the Region Selector whenever you go back to a page.


Cheat Sheet For DB Based SOLR Indexing

Khanderao Kand - Mon, 2012-10-08 18:11
  1. Define data-config.xml (whatever the name of your data configuration file) : 
    1. This file defines from how to read data from RDBMS to your document to be indexed. So, define your SQL for full import as well as subsequent partial imports (called as delta imports) in this file.
    2. how does the data read get mapped to fields: Map here columns to SOLR fields.
    3.  Make sure that you test your sql in using your favorite RDBMS client.
  2. solrconfig.xml : Register request handler and data-config.xml in solrconfig.xml
    1. For example, if your db import is defined as dbimport in data-config.xml, you can define a request handler and specify request's url and map to data-config.xml
  3. schema.xml should contain all the fields that are defined in document in data-config.xml The solr config specifies how those fields should be dealt with when adding documents to the index.
  4. You can define your datasource either in data-cofig.xml or in solrconfig.xml
  5. You can index the data by http invocation of http://:port/solr/dbimport?command=full-import  (please note that the use whatever path you mentioned for 'dbimport' in your request handler.
  6. Please make sure that appropriate jdbc driver is in the lib path of solr.
  7. You can monitor the progress / status as     :     http://host:port/solr/admin/stats.jsp
  8. To look inside the index, use web version of Luke added as solr plugin :     http://host:port/solr/admin/luke  BTW the perfect way to look into indexes would be to install Luke and point to the data dir.
  9. Cleanup / Re-index: You can either cleanup solr indexes through issuing cleanup command on your dbimport or you can simply wipe of the content of data directory. However, make sure that you really want to do it.
  10. You can debug (very minimal) indexing by specifying debug=true in your dbimport command. However, make sure that you add commit=true 
For details:  http://wiki.apache.org/solr/DataImportHandler

Open World Day 4

Antony Reynolds - Mon, 2012-10-08 12:25
A Day in the Life of an OpenWorld Attendee Part V

Last day at OpenWorld.  The exhibits are closed, and the final few presentations are being given.  I spent much of the day meeting with customers to talk about SOA/OSB and Coherence.  Main event of the day was the farewell party which was loud and surprisingly well attended.  I was able to have lunch with Dave Felcey, Coherence PM, who has a great blog and is always ready to share his expertise with people.

So that was OpenWOrld for another year.  I met a friend of a friend who attends OpenWorld every year and attends the Demo Grounds with a list of questions to ask people.  I think that illustrates the point that everyone approaches OpenWorld in a different way and looks to get different things from it.  For me OpenWorld is a great experience to feel the energy in Oracle and network with customers and partners.  Hope to see you there next year!

Julian Calendar Error while submitting any Concurrent Programs in 11i/R12

Madan Mohan - Mon, 2012-10-08 04:56

Issue ***** Julian Calendar Error. APP-FND-01270 Error Generating Julian SYSDATE
Reason For Error ***************** Server date and Timestamp changed by modifying the ntp.conf and restarting the NTPd service Solution ********* restart the Application Services. Precaution ************ Never ,Ever Change the ntp configuration on the fly. Bring down the Apps services and change the ntp configuration and restart apps services.

Open World Day 3

Antony Reynolds - Fri, 2012-10-05 14:37
A Day in the Life of an Oracle OpenWorld Attendee Part IV

My third day was exhibition day for me!  I took the opportunity to wander around the JavaOne and OpenWorld exhibitions to see what might be useful for me when selling WebLogic, Coherence & SOA Suite.  I found a number of interesting vendors and thought I would share what I found here.  These are not necessarily endorsements, but observations on companies that I thought had interesting looking products that fill a need I have seen at customers.

Highly Available EBS Upgrades

A few years ago I worked with a customer that was a port authority.  They wanted to tie E-Business Suite into their operations to provide faster processing of cargo and passengers.  However they only had a 2 hour downtime window to perform upgrades.  This was not a problem for core database and middleware technology, this could accommodate those upgrade timescales easily.  It was a problem for EBS however so I intrigued to find Rapid E-Suite Inc offering an 11i to 12i upgrade service that claims to require no outage.  This could be a real boon to EBS customers like my port friends that need to upgrade without disruption to their business.

Mobile on WebLogic

I have come across a number of customers who want a comprehensive mobile solution, connected and disconnected operation and so forth.  ADF only addresses part of these requirements currently so I was excited to discover mFrontiers Inc offering an apparently comprehensive solution that should integrate easily with Oracle SOA Suite to mobile enable a SOA infrastructure.  The ability to operate without a network is important for many applications, particularly in industries that require their engineers to enter buildings to perform maintenance or repairs, because network access is not always available – many of my colleagues don’t have mobile access from their homes because they live in the middle of nowhere – and disconnected support is crucial in these situations.

Sharepoint Connector for WebCenter Content

Obviously Sharepoint is an evil pernicious intrusion into a companies IT estate Winking smile but it is widely deployed and many people like it but also would like to take advantage of Oracle products such as WebCenter Content.  So I was encouraged to see that Fishbowl Solutions have created a connector for Sharepoint that allows it to bring in content from WebCenter, it looks like a valuable way to maintain the Sharepoint interface end users are used to but extend the range of content by pulling stuff (technical term for content) from WebCenter.

 

Load Balancing

The Enterprise Deployment Guides are Oracles bible on building highly available FMW environments, and each of them requires a front end load balancer.  I have been asked to help configure F5 Load Balancers on a number of occasions over my time at Oracle and each time I come back to it I find more useful features have been added to the BigIP line of load balancers that F5 sell, many of their documents are tailored to FMW.  I like F5, they provide (relatively) easy to use products that do what they say on the side of the box.  They may not have all the bells and whistles of some of their more expensive competitors but they do the job and do it well!  Besides which I like their logo!

Other Stuff

I saw lots of other interesting products and services, such as a lightweight monitoring tool for Coherence, Forms migration services, JCAPS migration services and lots of cool freebies to take home to the children!

A Quiet Night

Wednesday night was the partner appreciation event and I had decided to go back to the hotel and have an early night.  I decided to attend the last session of the day – a Maven/Hudson/WebLogic tutorial.  I got the wrong hotel for the session and snuck in 20 minutes late at the back and starting working on the hands on workshop.  One of my co-attendees raised his hand for help and as the presenter came over to help he suddenly stopped and yelled – “Is that Antony”!  It was my old friend Steve Button who used to be based in Redwood Shores but is now a WebLogic guru PM in Australia.  It was good to catch up with him.  As he yelled out a guy with really bad posture turned around to see who he was talking to, this turned out to be my friend Simon Haslan, Oracle ACE from the UK.  After the tutorial Simon and I retired to the coffee shop to catch up and share stories.  2 and half hours later we decided it was time to retire, so much for an early night but great to renew old friendships and find out what real customers are worrying about.

Don't be left in the dark... Exciting Teradata Aster Announcement coming soon

Donal Daly - Fri, 2012-10-05 02:48


We’re gearing up for a big Teradata Aster announcement. Mark your calendars to get the scoop on  Oct 17th. We will be hosting a live Webinar to announce it. Register here for it

Believe me, it is going to be amazing...

Reclaiming Space from Deleted Big Tables from MySQL

Khanderao Kand - Thu, 2012-10-04 18:00
So, in my earlier post, I mentioned about a need of dynamically resizing (increasing) EBS volume on EC2. Here is how I landed in the situation. In the prototype, my database grew very high and I could not reclaim the innodb space of mysql even after dropping large tables or even database. The ibdata1 seems to be greedy and never gives up. And there must be a good technical reason why mysql does not support an utility to release unused space.

Any how, here are the steps for reclaiming the space. Disclaimer: As you know I am not a DBA but I have to do what I have to do:

1. Take a sqldump of entire db 2

2. Shutdown mysql

3. delete (filesystem) ibdata1, ib_logfile0 and 1

4. Edit my.cnf (/etc/my.cnf) : add: innodb_file_per_table
    With this param, table data would be in separate files and only metadata will reside in ibdata1

5. Start mysqld

6. Reload the data dump.

OOW-2012: Oracle 12c New Features

Asif Momen - Thu, 2012-10-04 14:15
Blogging right from Tom's session "database new features". Here are the new features as they are discussed:

1. Identity Columns

Remember I blogged on this topic earlier.

2. Default on null

A default value is inserted into the column When it's null.

3. Improved defaults - metadata only defaults

Now add new default columns to a table on the fly. 12c does that for you.

4. Increased size limit for Varchar2 and NVarchar2

The column types can be upto 32k.

5. Row Pattern Matching

Efficient SQL functionality for reporting row patterns like identifying V and W patterns for your stock

6. Partitioning Improvements

Online partition movement without using DBMS_REDEFINITION. Efficient global index management during DROP and TRUNCATE partition operation.


7. Hybrid Histograms

Jonathan Lewis spoke on this topic. I think more information on this is available on his blog.

8. Session private statistics for GTTs

Table and index statistics are held private for each session.

9. Temporary UNDO
Undo for temporary tables can now be managed in TEMP. Reduces the amount of undo generated in undo tablespace and redo generation.

10. Pluggable databases

Read Roels blog for this one. He has a good blog post on this

http://roelhartman.blogspot.com/

Tom's "12 top new features"

Hans Forbrich - Thu, 2012-10-04 14:14
Tom Kyte, in Moscone South Room 103, looking ahead to the new features that will come up with new version of DB (12c) when it gets released.

1) "With" clause can define PL/SQL functions

2) Improved defaults, including Default col to a sequence or "default if (on) null".  Or always use a generated as an identity (with optional sequence def info).  Or Metadata-only defaults (default on an added column). 

3) Bigger varchar2, nvarchar2, raw -up to 32K.  But follows rules like LOB, if over 4K will be out of line. (max_SQL_String_Size init param)

4) TopN and Pagenation queries using the 'OFFSET' clause + optional 'FETCH next N rows' in SELECT.  Eg: SELECT ... FROM t ORDER BY y FETCH FIRST 5 ROWS

5) Row pattern matching using the "MATCH_RECOGNIZE" clause.  Gonna take a while to get this one.

6) Partitioning improvements including ASYNC Global Index maintenance (includes new jobs to do work 'later'), cascade truncate & exchange, multi ops in a single DDL, online partition moves (no RDBMS_REDEFINITION), "interval + reference" partitioning.

7) Adaptive execution plans, which sets thresholds and allows execution plans to switch if threshold is exceeded.  (Also 'gather_plan_statistics' hint.)  Shown by 'Statistics Collector' steps in trace/tkprof.

8) Enhanced statistics. Dynamic sampling goes to 'eleven', turning it persistent.  New histograms: hybrid (for more than 254 distinct values, instead of height-balanced) and top.  Stats gathered on data loads automatically. (By the way, don't regather stats if not needed.)  Session private statistics for GTTs. 

9) UNDO for temporary objects, managed in TEMP, which eliminates REDO on the permanent UNDO. (ALTER SESSION/SYSTEM SET TEMP_UNDO_ENABLED=TRUE/FALSE)

10) Data optimization, or Information Lifecycle Management, which detects block use - hot, medium, dormant - and allows policies in table defintion (new ILM clause) to compress or archive data after time.

11) "transaction Guard' to preserve commit state, which includes TAF r/w transfer and restart for some types of transactions.

12) pluggable databases!  Implications too numerous to list right now.  Suffice it to say, huge resource improvements, huge consolidation possibilities.  Looking forward to reality.


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Oracle RAC 12c: New Features

Asif Momen - Wed, 2012-10-03 14:32
Blogging live from OOW session on "Enhancements in Oracle RAC". Following are few Oracle RAC 12c new features being discussed in this session as I post:

1. Application Continuity

2. Oracle Flex ASM
With this feature, database instances use remote ASM instances. 

3. Oracle ASM Disk Scrubbing
Checks for logical data corruptions and repair them automatically.

4. Enhancements to Policy-based Databases
Actively utilizes different sized servers

5. What - if analysis for server pool management

6. Standardized deployment and patching 
Introducing GHS, rapid home provisioning and gold images

7. A new "ghctl" command for better patching

8. Oracle Utility Cluster

9. Dynamic IP Management and name resolution made easy

10. IPv6 Based IP Addresses Support for client connectivity

11. Multi-purpose Installation

12. Oracle installer will run Fix-up scripts & "root.sh" scripts across nodes. You don't have to run the scripts manually on RAC nodes.



Exciting new features !!!

The Big Data Analytics Landscape

Donal Daly - Tue, 2012-10-02 18:04
As a technologist and evangelist working in the big data marketplace it is certainly exciting. I am excited by the new products we are bringing to market and how this new functionality really helps to bridge the gap for Enterprises adoption. It is also surreal, in terms of the number of blog posts, tweets on Big Data and there seems to be a new big data conference cropping up on a weekly basis across Europe :-)

It is interesting to monitor other vendors in the marketplace and how they position their offerings. There is certainly a lot of clever marketing going on (that I believe in time will show a lack of substance) and some innovation too, . You know who you are.... But jump aboard the bandwagon. Just because you might have Hadoop and your database + Analytics within the same rack that doesn't mean they are integrated.

It is also interesting the fervor that people bring when discussing open source products. Those people who know me, know that I am a long time UNIX guru over 20 years from the early BSD distributions to working with UNIX on mainframes, to even getting minix to work on PC's before Linux came along. Fun times, but I was young free and single and enjoyed the technical challenge. I was also working in a research department in a university. However the argument that Hadoop is free and easy to implement and will one day replace data warehousing, doesn't ring true for me. Certainly it is true is has a place, and does provide value, but it doesn't come at no cost. Certainly Hortonworks and Cloudera provide distributions that are reducing the installation/configuration and management effort, but you have multiple distributions, starting to go in different directions? MapR for example?

How many enterprises really want to get that involved in running and maintaining this infrastructure. Surely they should be focused on identify new insights that provides business benefits or gives greater competitive advantage. IT has an important role to play, but it will be the business users ultimately that need to leverage the platform to gain these insights.

It is no use getting insights, if you don't take action on them either.

Insight gained from big data analytics should be fed into existing EDW (if they exist) so they can enhance what you already have and the EDW provides you with a better means  of operationalizing the results.

I say to those people who think Hive is a replacement for SQL, not yet it ain't, it doesn't provide the completeness or performance that a pure SQL engine can provide. You don't replace 30+ years of R&D that quickly...

To the NoSQL folks, this debate is taking on religious fervour at times, It has a role, but I don't see it replacing the relational database overnight either.

In a previous role I managed a complex DB Environment that included a Big Data platform for a company that operated in the online gaming marketplace in a very much 24 X 7 environment, with limited downtime. It was the bleeding edge at times, growing very fast.  If we had Teradata Aster 5.0 then, my life would have been so much easier. Se had an earlier release but we learned a lot. We proved the value of SQL combined with the Map Reduce programming paradigm. We saw the ease of scaling and reliability, We delivered important insights into various types of fraud, and took action on them, which yielded positive kudos for the company and increased player trust, which is very important in an online marketplace. We also were able to leverage the platform for an novel ODS requirement and had both executing simultaneously along with various ad-hoc queries. I was also lucky then and since to meet real visionaries, like Mayank and Tasso which gives you confidence in the approach and the future direction

When you think of big data analytics, it just not just about multi structure data or new data sources. Using SQL/MR for example may be the most performant way to yield new insights from existing relational data. Also consider what 'grey data' already exists within your organisations, it maybe easier to tap into that first, before sourcing new data feeds. The potential business value should drive that decision though.

Do not under estimate the important of having a discovery platform as you tackle these new Big Data Challenges. Yes, you will probably need new people or even better, train existing analysts to take on these new skills and grow your own data scientists. The ease of this approach, will be in how feature rich your discovery platform is, How many built in and useful analytical functions are provided to get you started, before you may have to develop specific ones of your own.

I suppose,  some would say I am rambling with these comments and not expressing them very elegantly, but help is at hand :-). We recently put together a short webinar, I think it is about 20 minutes duration. 

The Big Data Analytics Landscape: Trends, Innovations and New Business Value, featuring Gartner Research Vice President Merv Adrian and Teradata Aster Co-President Tasso Argyros.  In the video, Merv and Tasso, answer these questions and more, including how organizations can find the right solution - to make smarter decisions, take calculated risks, and gain deeper insights than their industry peers.

  • How do you cost-effectively harness and analyze new big data sources?
  • How does the role of a data scientist differ from other analytic professionals?  
  • What skills does the data scientist need?
  • What are the differences between Hadoop, MapReduce, and a Data Discovery Platform?
  • How are these new sources of big data and analytic techniques and technology helping organizations find new truths and business opportunities?
I suggest if you have the time to spare... watch the video

What do you think?

For me it is all about the analytics and the new insights that can be gained and acted upon

OOW-2012: Very Large Databases (VLDB): Challenges and Opportunities

Asif Momen - Tue, 2012-10-02 02:56
I would like to thank all the attendees for attending my session "Very Large Databases (VLDB): Challenges and Opportunities". I am glad, the hall was full to it's capacity. :)

You may download the presentation by logging into OOW-2012 schedule builder. 

I request all the attendees to kindly rate my session by logging into OOW: Schedule Builder.

See you all !!!

Linux, Virtualization and roadmaps

Hans Forbrich - Mon, 2012-10-01 15:12
Listening to Wim talking about the roadmap for Virtualization.

The whole idea of Cloud is transforming the IT needs. Data centers are becoming Service centers, the stack is much more integrated and customers are demanding much more scalability, availability, agility.  Hypervisors need to be aware of each other, or at least be coordinated.

Future is *Application* driven Virtualization. Use templates, self provisioning.  Create a RAC for the sake of creating a RAC is "so yesterday". 

New world:  "One throat to choke" becomes "One point of satisfaction"  (my note: Not going to be easy, but that is the way Oracle MUST move.)

OracleVM is foundation for cloud.  Stack -> Storage : Servers : VM : OS : DB : Middleware : Apps

Network virtualization - Xsigo Data Center Fabric ... new acquisition.

Desktop virt - Virtual Desktop Infrastructure; SunRay Client; Secure Global Desktop; VM Virtualbox

Desktop Virtualization

Bring your own device becoming common.  Centralize everything becomes necessary. Access from any location, from any device, BUT be *unobtrusively* secure.

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure - entire desktop is hosted on server, access from any client.  (Tarentella.)

Secure Global Desktop - individual applications are hosted on the server.

Virtual clients - software (VirtualBox) and hardware (SunRay) clients.  Virtual Desktop Client for iPad!!!

Oracle VM

For x86 and SPARC. 

x86 is Supported AND Certified for ALL Oracle s/w.  Now in Gartner's "Challenger' position for 2012 Magic Quadrant.  CPU-based license on VM, not hardware host.

x86 is Open Source and Free to download and run in production.  You can purchase optional Support, but not required.  Management via Oracle VM Manager - either GUI or CLI.  Under no circumstances manage at server under server control, because that breaks the multi-machine environment.  Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c can manage the VM Servers but does that THROUGH VM Manager.

Storage Connect allows VM Manager to manage Hitachi, Fujitsu, EMC and Oracle storage directly.

OracleVM 3.2.1 now in public beta.

Network Virtualization

Addresses network inefficiencies. 

"Overflow" - network tunneling, which will likely be an interesting technology in the future.

Oracle acquired Xsigo.Fabric director allows configuration subnetting/storage of an Infiniband 'switch'.  No VLans required - configure to get 1G/10g networks plus HBAs as required.  Very interesting.
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Need a support to dynamically increase size of EBS volume of EC2 running instance

Khanderao Kand - Mon, 2012-10-01 12:26
Recently I started a prototype involving Big Data processing on EC2.  I started with a "guesstimated" size for EBS volume. As in any POC / guesstimates, I was wrong and very soon the size grew and I needed to increase the space. But I realized that we cannot dynamically increase size of EBS volume of a running instance. That seems to be a problem to me. In my opinion, in today's world of visualization and pay as you use model, the vertical and linear scalability should be without any down time.

Anyway, since I was doing this as a POC, I was able to afford a small down time. BTW the process for increase the volume size is not that difficult. Here are the instructions from another blogger: http://www.e-zest.net/blog/simple-steps-to-change-size-of-ebs-volume-in-ec2-of-aws-using-aws-console/

A secret treasure house of Oracle books

OCP Advisor - Sun, 2012-09-30 19:36
One of the most prolific publishers of Oracle technology and application books - Packt Publishing just published its 1000 cover. Packt books are written by experts, many of whom are Oracle certified professionals. The books full of tips and how-to about new features and functionality that are not covered in-depth in user manuals.

A treasure house of Oracle books is the online library of every Packt publication. To celebrate the 1000th title, Packt is offering free access to the library for a peek at the gems for a 7 day period. Also, one can download one free e-book.

Packt supports many of the Open Source projects covered by its books through a project royalty donation, which has contributed over $4,00,000 to Open Source projects up to now. As part of the celebration Packt is allocating $30,000 to share between projects and authors as part of the weekend giveaway, allocated based on the number of copies of each title downloaded.

Dave Maclean, founder of Packt Publishing based out of Birmingham, UK spoke recently to the media: “At Packt we set out 8 years ago to bring practical, up to date and easy to use technical books to the specialist tools and technologies that had been largely overlooked by IT publishers. Today, I am really proud that with our authors and partners we have been able to make useful books available on over 1000 topics and make our contribution to the development community.”



Just an FYI.  I'll be speaking at

alt.oracle - Sun, 2012-09-30 08:38
Just an FYI.  I'll be speaking at Oracle Open World again this year.  If you're there, my session is as follows.

Session ID:  CON9591
 
Title:  How Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Brokers Peace Between DBAs and Compliance Officers
 
Abstract
 
This session discusses how to use Oracle Enterprise Manager 12cto completely automate the process of applying database patches while reporting on compliance against your own and Oracle’s security and implementation best practices. Specifically, you’ll learn how to quickly identify databases missing critical patches, how to automate patch applications, and how to maintain compliance on an ongoing basis.

Speakers
  • Steve Ries CSC Database Architect
  • David Wolf Oracle Principal Product Manager
Type: Conference Session
 
Length: 60 minutes
 
Primary Track:  DATABASE:Database Manageability
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Adapters, SOA Suite and More @Openworld 2012

Ramkumar Menon - Sun, 2012-09-30 02:46

You are invited to attend my sessions at Oracle Openworld 2012 at San Francisco!

Session Speakers:
Ramkumar Menon, Francis Ip
Session Schedule: Monday, Oct 1, 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM -

Session Location: Marriott Marquis - Salon 7

CON8642 - Cloud and On-Premises Applications Integration using Oracle Integration Adapters

Session Speakers:
Vikas Anand, Ramkumar Menon, Stephen Mcritchie

Session Schedule: Wednesday, Oct 3, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Session Location: Moscone South - 310

And do stop by at the Oracle Integration Adapters Demo booth. Watch some live demos on how you can use our suite of Adapters to integrate and extend your Enterprise Applications! This is your opportunity to meet with our Engineering team, share with us your Integration use-cases and challenges, and hear from us on our Roadmap.

The Oracle Integration Adapters booth is located at the Fusion Middleware Demopod area  from Monday, October 1 through Wednesday, October 3, 2012.

Adapters, SOA Suite and More @Openworld 2012

Ramkumar Menon - Sun, 2012-09-30 02:46

You are invited to attend my sessions at Oracle Openworld 2012 at San Francisco!

Session Speakers:
Ramkumar Menon, Francis Ip
Session Schedule: Monday, Oct 1, 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM -

Session Location: Marriott Marquis - Salon 7

CON8642 - Cloud and On-Premises Applications Integration using Oracle Integration Adapters

Session Speakers:
Vikas Anand, Ramkumar Menon, Stephen Mcritchie

Session Schedule: Wednesday, Oct 3, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Session Location: Moscone South - 310

And do stop by at the Oracle Integration Adapters Demo booth. Watch some live demos on how you can use our suite of Adapters to integrate and extend your Enterprise Applications! This is your opportunity to meet with our Engineering team, share with us your Integration use-cases and challenges, and hear from us on our Roadmap.

The Oracle Integration Adapters booth is located at the Fusion Middleware Demopod area  from Monday, October 1 through Wednesday, October 3, 2012.

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