Finally the new Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g got released!
The webcast can be seen over here.
Some of the available resources like tutorials on Oracle WebLogic Suite 11g, Oracle SOA Suite 11g, Oracle Identity Management 11g and Oracle WebCenter Suite 11g
And the download!
How do the Oracle ACES think about the suite ?
The new Oracle JDeveloper 11g R1 got released too, code name Bulldog.
The download and a lot of new features!
So, a lot of new stuff to play with!
Yesterday we had the 'feedback' day/evening from the WAAI project over at IT-eye.
Part of the idea of the WAAI project is to spread the knowledge inside the company so we all know about he nice upcoming things of the Oracle Fusion 11g stack.
One of my colleagues started with the Oracle BPM presentation and workshop. Some nice info and good exercises to get in touch with the new BPM.
After that the playground was mine.
A few hours of hard work and exhausted colleagues trying to complete...
Processing XML Documents with JDeveloper 11g
A while back i got asked by Packt to do a review on the book "Processing XML Documents with JDeveloper 11g".
With me, some other con colleagues, so googling a bit will give you a good impression what others think about it.
The first impression which i have based on the my reading experience from the other Pack books, is that the books are easy too read and you won't get overwhelmed with massive amounts of information.
But just enough overview...
Oracle buys Sun, and another one for the collection
The blogreaders keep popping up with the blogs about the new acquisition of Oracle.
Lately Oracle already bought BEA, and from this acquisition the new stack isn't even ready yet.
A lot of new products, overlapping eachother so Oracle will need to decide what products will go on on development, and what will parts will flow away.
From the Oracle forum and from the comments on my article about Oracle BPEL Fault Policy Management i get a lot of questions about how to let the framework handle my own custom defined 'business faults'.
In certain situations the default set of faults defined by Oracle aren't suited enough and you need to define your own faults.
If we look into the examples which got supplied by Oracle we can see an example over here. In this example they defined their own NegativeCredit-fault.