GoldenGate Cloud Service (GGCS): How to provision GGCS in Oracle Public Cloud (OPC) via RESTful API

Introduction This document will walk you through how to provision GoldenGate Cloud Service (GGCS) in Oracle Public Cloud (OPC) via RESTful application programming interface (API). For the purpose of this article, it will be using “cURL” as the RESTful client software to demonstrate the RESTful API calls for provisioning GGCS. For checking the progress of […]

Oracle Database Cloud Service – Near Zero Downtime Migration to the Cloud

Introduction Oracle Database Cloud Service is a great PaaS Service to provide the target platform for migrations of On Premise workloads to the Oracle Cloud. There are a number of migration tools available to support the majority of use cases, however sometimes the focus is on the continuity of service, especially when continuity of service and minimised downtime […]

Decoding JWT using the API Platform Groovy Policy

Introduction With the explosion of APIs; most of the today’s computing challenges are being driven by it and therefore, new standards had to emerge to make sure that APIs can be used securely, while allowing developers to avoid having to reinvent the wheel every time they implement aspects such as authorization. One good example is […]

GoldenGate Cloud Service (GGCS): Applying Patches to GoldenGate

Introduction This document will walk you through how to patch the Oracle GoldenGate (OGG) in the GoldenGate Cloud Services (GGCS). When there is a patch available for install in to your environment, you will see a message similar to one shown in Figure 1, in your GGCS environment. Before proceeding to apply the patch, stop the processes […]

DevOps With Oracle DeveloperCS, Ansible and Docker

This blog shows a sample DevOps cycle using combination of Oracle Developer Cloud Service & Ansible playbook. Scenario: An organization wants to setup DevOps practice with Oracle public cloud for Dev & test. However production still remains on-premise. In such case Oracle Developer cloud service can deploy artifacts(e.g. JAR file) to JCS (Java cloud Service) […]

ICS On-Premise Monitor – Agent Ping

The Integration Cloud Service (ICS) Connectivity Agent is a feature of ICS that helps with the cloud to ground (on-premise) use case that is common to companies who are moving into cloud technologies. The agent provides an ICS subscriber the ability to create ICS integrations that interact with on-premise resources like legacy applications, databases, etc. […]

Build ATG Commerce applications in Oracle Developer Cloud

  Introduction This post will demonstrate how to setup and build an Oracle ATG Commerce application in Oracle Developer Cloud Service (devCS). There are multiple ways to accomplish several steps described in this post. Things will intentionally be shown in a way to help give an understanding of how to accomplish tasks in a variety […]

Configure Oracle Management Cloud (OMC) with ATG Commerce

  Introduction This post will cover the steps required to add Oracle ATG Commerce monitoring to Oracle Management Cloud(OMC). The steps described will be geared towards running ATG with WebLogic server.   Prerequisites In order to follow the steps in this post, you will need to already have an OMC environment. It is also assumed […]

Adding Web Service Trusted Certificates to a Wallet in Oracle Database Cloud Service

Introduction This post documents how to add trusted TLS/SSL certificates to an Oracle Database as a Service (DBaaS) wallet. It uses an example of an Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) REST API call to Delete Cached Data as documented in REST APIs for Oracle BI Cloud Service. This call is issued from PL/SQL and […]

Using RLClient to move ATG Commerce file assets

  Introduction Oracle ATG Commerce comes with a tool called RLClient as part of the repository loader tools. RLClient can be used to manipulate file based assets, such as slots, scenarios, and targeters. This can be useful for reloading assets, as well as moving them between environments – for example from production to QA.   […]

Global debugging ATG Commerce applications

  Introduction When encountering a complex problem in an ATG Commerce application, or not knowing where to even start troubleshooting, global debugging can be helpful. Global debugging overrides the loggingDebug settings of all components, in all scopes, regardless of their individual loggingDebug settings. This is achieved through an entry in a single file that appears […]

ICS SOAP Connection – Retrieve File Uploaded WSDL

When working with Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) SOAP Connections, it is common to upload a WSDL file when configuring the Connection Properties: The focus of this blog is how to retrieve/recover the WSDL in the event the original file is not available. This can be accomplished in several ways that include an on-line and/or […]

ICS File handling options and tips.

Introduction Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) provides file handling capabilities through technology adapters and other application-specific adapters. This post focuses on the most commonly used file handling methods in ICS, using FTP, File and REST adapters and some techniques to tackle advanced file handling requirements. Information in this post is applicable to release 17.2.5 of […]

Migrating your Fusion Applications Auth OHS to a DMZ server

Introduction There maybe a need to expose your application to non-employees outside of your organization such as suppliers who make use of supplier portal. This article is intended to describe how you can do this after you have already provisioned your Fusion Applications environment. Main Article In this article we will describe the steps needed […]

FAQ: Integrating E-Business Suite using Integration Cloud Service

1. Is the connectivity agent necessary for the EBS Adapter even when my services are deployed inside DMZ and publically accessible. No. The connectivity agent is only required when EBS REST services are not available on public internet. 2. Can I connect to EBS database from ICS and invoke PL/SQL procedures? Yes, you can use […]

CI/CD with Mobile Cloud Services

Introduction Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) is a popular practice in modern development teams. The idea behind these concepts is to automate as much as possible from the deployment cycle with as little human interaction as possible. This is done by writing tests at several levels. Each time a change is made, the tests will run […]

Using the Virtual Image Service Level of Oracle Database Cloud Service

Introduction This post details the procedures needed to create a database using the Virtual Image Service Level of Oracle Database Cloud Service. Also, it provides verification steps for each procedure. It draws extensively from both the A-team post Getting Started with Oracle Database Cloud Service – Virtual Image – Creating a database and Oracle’s documentation […]

Creating a CI/CD pipeline between Jenkins and Mobile Cloud Services

Introduction Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) is a popular practice in modern development teams. The idea behind these concepts is to automate as much as possible from the deployment cycle with as little human interaction as possible. This is done by writing tests at several levels. Each time a change is made, the tests will run […]

Techniques used to build PaaS4SaaS Mashup using Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service

Introduction Oracle ABCS is Oracles new citizen developer service allowing citizen developers the ability to quickly build applications for the web/mobile web. A common request from SaaS customers is the desire to have both standalone and embeded custom screens for their SaaS solutions. These obviously need to be feature rich, sexy UIs and above all […]

Load Balancer Configuration for Fusion Applications

Background The Fusion Applications installation guide describes how load balancers are used and which features are required when planning a highly available Fusion Applications environment. The Oracle documentation does not contain supplier specific configuration settings for the load balancers. The purpose of this post is to help facilitate the discussion between the networking teams and […]