Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) provides the Sync Client SDK and its supporting Data Offline API for caching MCS custom and REST resources in an efficient, uniform and transparent way. 266 more words
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When your Oracle Mobile Cloud Service APIs are being accessed by a remote server, it is important you manage cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) We ran into this issue when we were building the solution for the Oracle cloud day. 160 more words
Thanks to Oracle A-Team, I had a chance to work with Chatbots.
3 pure NodeJS applications, on couple of Oracle Cloud platforms and Facebook messenger, and my chatbot was running. 282 more words
When you need to extend your SaaS application you may use PaaS solutions to do it!
In this blog post I will use Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) and Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX) to create a mobile application for my Oracle Sales Cloud. 136 more words
Permanent Re-Login for WebLogic Consoles for multiple WebLogic Domains on one Server by Dirk Nachbar
In case you have multiple Oracle WebLogic Server Domains on one Server running, you might realise the following problem:
Opening 2 or more WebLogic Consoles in one Browser and switching the Browser tabs between the different WebLogic Consoles, you have to re-login all the times for your different WebLogic Consoles. 146 more words
Oracle provides the Dynamic Monitoring Service (DMS) as part of WebLogic Server which is extremely useful if you want to obtain aggregated data of an environment in case of for example a performance test. 400 more words
The RESTFul Management Services within Oracle WebLogic 12c is one of the greatest features and my personal favorite.
You can achieve a lot of things with the RESTFul Management Services, like creating DataSources, perform deployments, startup and shutdown Managed Servers and so on. 151 more words