A-Team Chronicles

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About The A-Team and A-Team Chronicles

The A-Team is a central, outbound, highly technical team comprised of Enterprise Architects, Solution Specialists and Software Engineers within the Fusion Middleware Product Development Organization that works with customers and partners, world wide, providing guidance on implementation best practices, architecture, troubleshooting and how best to use Oracle products to solve customer business needs.

The A-Team Chronicles website aggregates and organizes content produced by The A-Team members.
This content captures best practices, tips and tricks and guidance that the A-Team members gain from real-world experiences, working with customers and partners on implementation projects, through Architecture reviews, issue resolution and more.
A-Team Chronicles makes this content available, through short and to the point articles to all our customers and partners in a consistent, easy to find and organized way.

 


Dolf Dijkstra

Dolf Dijkstra is a Technical Director in "The A-Team" where his main focus is on WebCenter Sites and related technologies. Dolf has worked with the Sites technology since 1999. He has held various technical and management roles in Support, Engineering and Consulting. He works with clients around the globe on web architecture, design, integration, implementation and coding best practices. Over the years he has resolved many performance and scalability issues. Before joining the A-Team, he worked at FatWire as a Technical Director. Dolf is based in The Netherlands.

Richard Williams

Richard Williams is a Principal Solutions Architect in the 'A-Team' where he's mainly focused on the Business Intelligence tools within Fusion Applications and the new Oracle Cloud Offerings.  Educated in England, Richard started his career with Cargill and worked with them in London and Chicago, before moving to Denver in 2002.  Richard has 16 years experience building Business Intelligence Solutions, often from inception.  His skill set includes data discovery, data modeling, ETL / ELT, and global reporting solutions, both with Oracle and other industry leading tools.  Richard joined Oracle in 2011 and has since worked successfully with clients around the world.

 

Comments

  1. Aamir Ansari says:

    I am using Oracle BPM 11.1.1.6 and particularly business rules component. I have an issue handling a request where unbounded occurrence of an element will happen in request, example is given below. Request may contain 30 or 35 or 50 such element. How to handle varying number of elements in business rules. I tried creating a function and using HashMap java fact. But decision function cannot be exposed when using java facts. Please suggest some option to handle this scenario.

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