OFM Resources

OFM October 29th Resources

Thanks to all those who attended our October Oracle Middleware Forum in Canberra, hopefully you all got something out of it. As always for those of you who were unable to make it, we’ve uploaded the presentations below.This is the last of our normal forums for the year. We will be hosting a special cloud event in November to showcase our Java Cloud Service and Developer Cloud Service. Stay tuned for more information!

Also, if you have any feedback about the event or suggestions for future topics please let us know. And if you are in the Canberra area and would like to have a more in-depth discussion on any of the topics discussed at the forum (or you have any middleware-related questions) please reach out to Damien or myself. If you aren’t in Canberra and would like more information either post in the comments or ask your local Oracle Middleware representative.

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OFM Resources

OFM September 17th Resources

Thanks to all those who attended our fourth Oracle Middleware Forum in Canberra, hopefully you all got something out of it. As always for those of you who were unable to make it, we’ve uploaded the presentations below. Hopefully you can all join us next month (the 15th of October) where we will be covering:

  • API Gateway
  • Continuous Integration Fundamentals: Build Automation with Hudson
  • REST Services in SOA Suite

Also, if you have any feedback about the event or suggestions for future topics please let us know. And if you are in the Canberra area and would like to have a more in-depth discussion on any of the topics discussed at the forum (or you have any middleware-related questions) please reach out to Damien or myself. If you aren’t in Canberra and would like more information either post in the comments or ask your local Oracle Middleware representative.

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OFM Resources

OFM August 20th Resources

Thanks to all those who attended our third Oracle Middleware Forum in Canberra, hopefully you all got something out of it. As always for those of you who were unable to make it, we’ve uploaded the presentations below. Hopefully you can all join us next month (the 18th of September) where we will be covering:

  • Introduction to Mobile Application Framework (MAF)
  • Continuous Integration fundamentals: JDeveloper
  • OSB Logging and Exception Handling

Also, if you have any feedback about the event or suggestions for future topics please let us know. Also If you are in the Canberra area and would like to have a more in-depth discussion on any of the topics discussed at the forum (or you have any middleware-related questions) please reach out to Damien or myself. If you aren’t in Canberra and would like more information either post in the comments or ask your local Oracle Middleware representative.

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Sequences and SOA Suite DbAdapter

In SOA Suite you can use the Database Adapter to perform CRUD operations on data within a database. You can even work with multiple (related) tables within in a single database adapter. I recently had a customer that was having problems inserting data into multiple tables using the database adapter. The problem turned out to be related to a mis-configured database adapter but it gave me a chance to get a little deeper in using the Database Adapter and how to insert data using the Sequence feature of Oracle Database.

I’ve never really used Oracle Database (grew up with MySQL) so I wasn’t familiar with how to use Sequences (or an AUTO-INCREMENT column in MySQL speak) in an Oracle Database. I created this post just in case there are any others out there like me and so that I have somewhere to refer to when I need to do it again.

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