BICS Data Sync – Running Post Load Procedures against a Schema Service DB

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into BI Cloud Service (BICS), and other relational databases. In the recent 2.2 release of Data Sync, the functionality to run Post Session […]

BICS Data Sync – Running Post Load Procedures Against DBCS and Oracle RDBMS

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into BI Cloud Service (BICS), and other relational databases. In the recent 2.2 release of Data Sync, the functionality to run Post […]

Some Great News for Oracle MAF Developers

Introduction This week started nicely for Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) developers as the new MAF 2.3  release has been made available. Details about this new release can be found in this blog from MAF product management. We will end the week with even better news: a new version of the A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator (AMPA) has […]

Using BICS Data Sync to Extract Data from Oracle OTBI, either Cloud or On-Premise

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction Last year I wrote about configuring the BICS Data Sync Tool to extract data from ‘On-Premise’ data sources and to load those into BI Cloud Services (BICS).  That article can be found here. In March 2016 the Data Sync Tool added the ability to connect and […]

Configuring the Data Sync Tool for BI Cloud Service (BICS)

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync Tool provides the ability to synchronize data from on-premise sources to the BI Cloud Service (BICS).  The tool can source from both relational data, and flat files, and it can be used for one-off loads, or in an incremental fashion […]

New A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator Release 12.1.3.1 for MAF 2.1

Introduction The Oracle Mobile A-Team has released a new version of its free Mobile Persistence Accelerator (AMPA) for Oracle’s Mobile Application Framework (MAF) version 2.1. In this article we will discuss the main new features. If you are new to the AMPA, you first might want to read the introductionary “Getting Started” article. Main Article […]

Getting Started with the A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator

Introduction The Oracle Mobile A-TEAM is happy to announce a new (and slightly renamed) version of the A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator (AMPA). AMPA is a lightweight persistence and data synchronization framework that works on top of Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF). It eases the consumption of RESTful services, and provides a complete persistence layer that allows you to […]

How to Get Mobile Access to WebCenter Portal Activity Stream

Introduction Oracle WebCenter Portal (WCP) provides the activity stream for a portal via a Representational State Transfer (REST) interface. This article describes accessing this activity stream from a mobile device, making use of the Oracle Service Bus (SB), and the Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF). The WCP activities are persisted on the mobile device using […]

Summary of Mobile Access to WebCenter Portal Activity Stream

Introduction Oracle WebCenter Portal (WCP) provides a list of activities that have recently occurred in a portal, called an activity stream, via a Representational State Transfer (REST) interface. This article summarizes accessing this activity stream from a mobile device, making use of the Oracle Service Bus (OSB), and the Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF). The […]

A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator for Oracle MAF

Introduction Oracle has released Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF), the new cross-platform development framework for mobile applications that supersedes ADF Mobile. Oracle A-Team has upgraded its Mobile Persistence Accelerator to work with Oracle MAF. This accelerator adds significant value to Oracle MAF: it allows easy consumption of RESTful services, and provides a complete persistence layer […]

Going Mobile with ADF – Implementing Data Caching and Syncing for Working Offline Part II

Introduction When building ADF Mobile applications that go beyond displaying read-only data, you quickly find yourself programming Java code. If you want to use the on-device SQLite database to store data locally, for example to cache data or to enable working in off-line mode, the amount of code you have to write quickly increases, and […]