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MAF 2.1 - Debugger Improvements and Mobile REST Client by Andrejus Baranovskis


I was blogging previously about Oracle Mobile Suite and REST service transformation from ADF BC SOAP service. Today I’m going to blog the next step in the same series – MAF client consuming REST service exposed from Oracle Mobile Suite ESB. 199 more words


B2B 12c - Listening Channel activation and deactivation in bulk Bruno Neves Alves


With the version 12c of B2B the possibility to activate and deactivate all listening channels in one single command was introduced. Previously, it was necessary to provide the name of the listening channels to perform the action, what, in scenarios with a considerable number of listening channels, made the task ineffective. 195 more words


Java Cloud Service Webcast April 24th 15:00 CET

Oracle Java Cloud Service is a part of the platform service offerings in Oracle Public Cloud Services. Powered by Oracle WebLogic Server, it provides a platform on top of Oracle’s enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure for developing and deploying new or existing Java EE applications. 217 more words


Reading MAF iOS Simulator Logging Output by Andrejus Baranovskis


It could be very handy to know how and where to read MAF logging output from iOS simulator. This is not that obvious to find logging output on Mac OS system. 130 more words


SOA Suite 12c: Topology Suggestions by Jay Kasi


In this article, I make some suggestions and provide opinions on topologies recommended in SOA Suite 12c.

· Typically Service Bus and SOA Suite belong in different tiers in an end to end architecture so they would be in separate domains. 312 more words


MAF 2.0: Using Local Database by Waslley Souza

When you are building a MAF application, you may decide to use Web Services (SOAP / REST) or local Database to retrieve or persist your data. 167 more words


SaaS-OnPremise Integration with Fusion Middleware demo available


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With the increasing popularity of software as a service (SaaS), there is a key imperative to quickly, efficiently and securely integrate the newer SaaS applications with their existing on-premise counterparts. 244 more words