Oracle Open World 2013 – Wrap up

OOW 2013 is over and we’re heading home, so it is time to lean back and reflecting about the impressions we have from the conference. First of all: OOW was great! It was a pleasure to be a part of it. As already mentioned in our last blog article: It was the biggest OOW ever. […]

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First impressions from Oracle Open World 2013

Oracle Open World 2013 started today and San Francisco is ready to rock. This year approx. 60.000 visitors are attending to this great event – this is a 20% increase compared with last year. Very impressive! From my point of view there is no other event where you can get so many useful information in […]

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weblogic.server.ServerLifecycleException: Cannot get to the relevant ServerRuntimeMBean for server MGSRV

Lately, I got the following error: weblogic.server.ServerLifecycleException: Can not get to the relevant ServerRuntimeMBean for server MGSRV. … weblogic.management.scripting.ScriptException: Error occured while performing shutdown : Error shutting down the server : Can not get to the relevant ServerRuntimeMBean for server MGSRV. Use dumpStack() to view the full stacktrace It’s happened, when I wanted to shutdown […]

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OSB: Creating meaningful SOAP exceptions

The OSB is usually used to transform and route messages. But sometimes something goes wrong and we have to return the caller an exception. This can happen in two situations: We want to create a new exception because a special situation We want to create a new exception because of an exception thrown by a […]

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Options for removing data in MDS Repository

The two main database schemas in the Oracle SOA Suite database repository are: _SOAINFRA and _MDS. Composite instance and runtime information are stored in the SOAINFRA schema. Commonly used metadata like WSDLs, XSDs, rules, fault policies, etc. as well as composite deployments are stored within the MDS schema. With every deployment / import of the […]

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Industrial SOA – Now chapters 1 to 5 available

You find us in Oracle Technet (OTN): http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/soa/ind-soa-toc-1934143.html And in Thomas Erl’s Service Technology Magazine: http://servicetechmag.com/index Content: Industrial SOA is a 13-part  article series focused on service orientation, written collaboratively by a group of recognized experts and community leaders in service oriented architecture. „SOA and service-orientation have laid the foundation for a variety of emergent […]

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BPM: Open Source vs. Red Stack

Schönes Blog Posting von Jakob Freund, warum alle BPM-Interessierten diesen Showdown nicht verpassen sollten…: http://www.bpm-guide.de/2013/05/07/camunda-vs-oracle-roadshow/

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OPITZ startet BPM Roadshow im Juni 2013

Mit Business Process Management werden Sie schneller, transparenter, günstiger, … gääähn – alles schon gehört! Erleben Sie ein nicht ganz alltägliches Event mit OPITZ CONSULTING als Gastgeber für zwei höchst unterschiedliche Protagonisten: Zum einen Camunda, bekannt für die leichtgewichtige, pragmatische und Java-nahe Open-Source-Plattform camunda BPM. Und zum anderen Oracle, mit der hochskalierbaren Oracle BPM Suite als […]

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Industrial SOA – An article series about service-orientation

Today we would like to point you to a new article series termed as „Industrial SOA“ authored by the „Masons of SOA„. The series is dedicated to the exploration of contemporary SOA topics and issues and highlights some of the more recent innovations in practice that will especially be of interest to those who want […]

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Automate processes for knowledge workers with Oracle BPM Suite PS6

You introduced BPM in your company? All of your process automations are a huge success? Stop reading – this might be the wrong article for you. Your processes are unpredictable; complex; they keep on changing and they are difficult to model? The users of your software complain that they cannot make proper business decisions because […]

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