Fusion Applications WebCenter Content Integration – Automating File Import/Export

Introduction Oracle WebCenter Content, a component of Fusion Middleware, is a strategic solution for the management, security, and distribution of unstructured content such as documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and video. Oracle Fusion Applications leverages Oracle WebCenter Content to store all marketing collateral as well as all attachments. Import flow also uses it to stage the CSV files […]

Understanding the use of “WebLogic Plugin Enabled”

Introduction: Requests to a WebLogic Server (WLS) usually go through a web server or a load balancer which serve as a proxy for the client requests. When the WLS requests are “front-ended” by either a web server or a load-balancer, the requests are handled via a plugin. It is important for WLS to be aware of the […]

Identifying Underlying Middleware BI Software Versions within Fusion Applications

Introduction At times an administrator may need to identify which version of software one or more of the middleware components is within fusion applications.  Before downloading and installing ODI Studio, you would need to know which version of ODI that particular release of Fusion Applications was running. While this article references the BI software components, […]

Starting a cluster

Recently, I have been involved in a number of discussions with people who are setting up clusters of various Fusion Middleware products, often on an Exalogic machine.  These discussions have led me to feel that it would be worth sharing … Continue reading

WebLogic crypto operations and Sparc crypto acceleration

I’ve been doing a LOT of writing recently. Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately depending on how you feel about my writing, it’s all been by email to folks inside Oracle and directly with customers. One thing I wrote that is probably interesting for r…