Some gotchas with how push notifications work in Oracle MAF and Android.
With our SOA server, we constantly ran into issues where the server was looking for composite versions that were already undeployed. This manifests in the BPM Workspace – When a user attempts to create a new view or modify an existing view, the application throws an uncaught exception. Looking at the logs, I saw that […]
The blog has been having severe issues over the last few months. The up time in the last month was a miserable 9% (according to pingdom). It seemed to be a problem with the MySQL database and the PhP engine losing connection. Of course, this was intermittent. GoDaddy’s support team would test the connection and […]
See my post here – https://forums.oracle.com/forums/message.jspa?messageID=10474315 There is a change in behaviour between 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 wrt exceptions in method activity. When a method activity is bound to a ADF BC method and an exception occurs, the error message is no longer displayed as a Faces message. I did raise this as an SR with […]
What the title says.
The blog appears to be under some kind of redirection attack. Still attempting to fix.
I have been trying to find ways to enable single sign-on between WebCenter Spaces and custom portals. Without using OAM or OID. I tried using SAML to simulate SSO. This hit a road-block because I couldn’t find a way to make ADFAuthentication work with SAML. The only configuration that allowed auto-login to work left the […]
John blogs here on a cool way to add CSS menus to a WCS site template. Interesting how he has dropped a DIV directly into the template. Without being constrained by the ADF provided layouts, a UI designer should be able to develop some very cool templates for sites.
So, I’m considering building a NAS+DLNA Server. It just seems to make better sense than buying a pre-built NAS box. Anyway, I don’t know when I will actually begin work on it. In the meantime though, I wanted to install ubuntu on my Dell Inspiron and test DLNA and also play right out to HDMI […]
I am reading up on Ruby and getting intimate with its conciseness. My initial thoughts are on the lines of – “Alright, it’s easy for the developer – lesser lines of code, no declaration necessary, no type checking necessary, etc, etc – but imagine the pains of the maintainer.”