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For a project of mine I have implemented the ID/IDREF XML pattern inside one of mine Web Services. When I created with JDeveloper a Web Service from it everything looked fine, no errors or what soever. I could receive this pattern inside my request messages without any problems. After I filled in the same String inside the IDREF as I did in ID the only response I get is a HTTP 200 without any body. For getting more information about the problem I used a custom SchemaValidationHandler inside my Web Service implementation.


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Oracle 12c Database In-Memory option generally available

by Maarten van Luijtelaar on August 1, 2014 · 1 comment

On the 22nd of july, patchset 12.1.0.2 for Oracle 12c database was made generally available for Linux x86-64 and Solaris. This patchset includes the eagerly awaited In-memory option which promises an application transparent performance boost by using column-format data storage in memory.


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Create a 12c development server from the SOA 12c Quickstart

July 1, 2014

So at the time of writing there is only the “Quickstart” 12C SOA and BPM. That’s all fun and games, it installs straight out of the box. However, I want a real development environment, and run it on my dev server. Here’s how.


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Using maven to deploy your Oracle 12c SCA

July 1, 2014

Tweet After installing SOA Suite 12c I created, as everyone else, my first composite. Jdeveloper will generate your project for you. The first thing you will notice is the new directory structure. Not every file is loaded in same directory like it used to be in SOA Suite 11g. When giving the directory structure a […]


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Getting started with Oracle Service Bus 12c: importing 11g sources

June 27, 2014

Oracle has finally announced 12c, so now everybody can get their hands on it. One of the new features is that Oracle Service Bus development is integrated into Oracle jDeveloper Studio. This post describes a way to get started quickly is by simply importing your 11g service bus sources into 12c.


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Oracle SOA Suite 12c is out!

June 27, 2014

Yesterday evening (dutch time) Oracle made the newest version of it’s middleware product SOA Suite available to the public.


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Oracle Adaptive Case Management – Exposing the API – part 2

May 24, 2014

In my previous blogpost we’ve built a custom java API on top of the ACM api. In this blogpost we’ll make a service of this API exposing its public methods and test it against a small test case.


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Oracle Adaptive Case Management – Exposing the API – part 1

May 23, 2014

One of the most important building blocks of Adaptive Case Management is the ACM API. At one point or another you’re gonna need a way to get information (think about a list of stakeholders, available activities, milestones reached, etc.) out of the case. Since there’s no webservice available yet that exposes the internals of the case, your only option right now is…


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EM Cloud Control – Applying system patches

May 2, 2014

Patching system software is a common undertaking, that should be smooth and easy. Software projects delivering artifacts, (should) have some kind of deployment pipeline to get to production. The same holds true for 3rd party/vendor software patches. Also with today’s ever expanding interconnected systems, and thus possible exposure to bugs/undocumented features, it’s crucial to have an active patching/lifecycle strategy.


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OGh APEX World 2014

March 26, 2014

On Tuesday, March 25th the 5th edition of the APEX World event was held by the Dutch Oracle User Group OGh. It has always been the largest APEX only event in the world, but this year it was even bigger. Almost 350 people came to Zeist to listen to a group with some of the most famous names in Application Express.


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