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Challenges in pl/sql

Tom Kyte - Wed, 2017-05-03 07:46
What is the challenge you faced as pl/sql developer?
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SQL Code Analyzer and CI

Tom Kyte - Wed, 2017-05-03 07:46
Hello AskTom team, could you please suggest any SQL code analyzer/ CI framework or tool for Oracle similar to the following. https://www.slideshare.net/markginnebaugh/microsoft-sql-server-continuous-integration Thanks!
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Column usage statistic

Tom Kyte - Wed, 2017-05-03 07:46
Hi I know the usage Statistic based on DML also on DBMS_STATS . REPORT_COL_USAGE. But i mean usage statistic based on select column from table queries. Without Join predicat or smth. like that. I heared about the heatmap. But it is based on an ...
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Upgrade from non CDB to CDB - Oracle Metadata

Tom Kyte - Wed, 2017-05-03 07:46
I have two scenarios for upgrade. I have 12cR1 non CDB and 11g database . What is the best way to upgrade these dbs into 2 pdbs in one 12c R2 CDB ( Same OS). If I do a full import from a non CDB into a pdb , will not import all the extraneo...
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Unexpected results with NUMBER(32,16) datatype

Tom Kyte - Wed, 2017-05-03 07:46
Hi Number(32,16) datatype columns are behaving differently, When we update those columns, oracle automatically rounding the values to something else. For eg. when we try to update the existing value from 1.0690000000000000 to 1.0690000000001234...
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End users still on IE8? Upgrade them before upgrading to Application Express 5.1 or later

Joel Kallman - Wed, 2017-05-03 07:30
If you have end users of your Application Express (APEX) applications still using Internet Explorer 8, you should upgrade their browsers before upgrading to Oracle Application Express 5.1 or later.

The documented general browser compatibility for Oracle Application Express is N-1, where N is the latest production version of a browser, and N-1 is the major production version prior to that.  At the time of release of Application Express 5.1, Microsoft Edge was the current Microsoft browser and Internet Explorer 11 was the prior major version.

The Oracle Cloud Database Schema Service was recently upgraded to APEX 5.1.1, and a customer contacted me directly, saying that some of his end users who were still on IE8 couldn't even login to the application.  "We" (Anthony and John) reviewed these issues, but concluded that there really wasn't any practical way for us to resolve this for the customer.  We'll move heaven and earth to not impact a customer and avoid unplanned cost and work for them, but in this case, there simply wasn't anything we could do.

If you need a compelling reason to have your end users upgrade to a modern version of Internet Explorer, remember that Microsoft no longer supports or provides security patches for the older IE versions.

Oracle OGG JAGENT 12.2 installation for GoldenGate monitoring using the Cloud Control plugin

Yann Neuhaus - Wed, 2017-05-03 06:34

This post is mainly for self documentation as I have to search my old notes every time I want to do this (I am faster by searching on our blog :) ): If you want to monitor GoldenGate with Cloud Control using the GoldenGate plugin you’ll have to install the JAGENT on the host where GoldenGate is running on and the documentation is not quite clear on what you have to do exactly (at least when you want to use the silent installation). This is what you need to do for 12.2:

Download “Oracle GoldenGate Monitor 12.2.1.2.0″ from here. You need to have Java 8 installed (Oracle version, not openjdk) on the server you want to install the JAGENT on. You can download it from here.

Once you have Java 8 installed create a response file like this:

oracle@oelogg1:/var/tmp/ [rdbms12102] cat oggmon.rsp 
#DO NOT CHANGE THIS.
Response File Version=1.0.0.0.0
[GENERIC]
#The oracle home location. This can be an existing Oracle Home or a new Oracle Home
ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/ogg/product/agent/12.2.1.2.0
INSTALL_TYPE=GoldenGate Monitor Agent Installation

Then you are ready to install:

oracle@oelogg1:/var/tmp/ [rdbms12102] /usr/java/jdk1.8.0_131/bin/java -jar fmw_12.2.1.2.0_ogg.jar -silent -responseFile /var/tmp/oggmon.rsp  

The result when everything went fine:

Launcher log file is /tmp/OraInstall2017-05-03_11-00-32AM/launcher2017-05-03_11-00-32AM.log.
Extracting the installer . . . . Done
Checking if CPU speed is above 300 MHz.   Actual 2793.552 MHz    Passed
Checking swap space: must be greater than 512 MB.   Actual 3967 MB    Passed
Checking if this platform requires a 64-bit JVM.   Actual 64    Passed (64-bit not required)
Checking temp space: must be greater than 300 MB.   Actual 8719 MB    Passed

Preparing to launch the Oracle Universal Installer from /tmp/OraInstall2017-05-03_11-00-32AM
Log: /tmp/OraInstall2017-05-03_11-00-32AM/install2017-05-03_11-00-32AM.log
Copyright (c) 2016, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Reading response file..
Skipping Software Updates
Starting check : CertifiedVersions
Expected result: One of oracle-6,oracle-7,redhat-7,redhat-6,SuSE-11,SuSE-12
Actual Result: oracle-7.3
Check complete. The overall result of this check is: Passed
CertifiedVersions Check: Success.

Starting check : CheckJDKVersion
Expected result: 1.8.0_101
Actual Result: 1.8.0_131
Check complete. The overall result of this check is: Passed
CheckJDKVersion Check: Success.

Validations are enabled for this session.
Verifying data
Copying Files
Percent Complete : 10
Percent Complete : 20
Percent Complete : 30
Percent Complete : 40
Percent Complete : 50
Percent Complete : 60
Percent Complete : 70
Percent Complete : 80
Percent Complete : 90
Percent Complete : 100

The installation of Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c GoldenGate Monitor & Veridata 12.2.1.2.0 completed successfully.
Logs successfully copied to /u01/app/oraInventory/logs.

Once installed you can proceed by creating the Agent instance:

oracle@oelogg1:/u01/app/ogg/product/agent/12.2.1.2.0/oggmon/ogg_agent/ [rdbms12102] pwd
/u01/app/ogg/product/agent/12.2.1.2.0/oggmon/ogg_agent
oracle@oelogg1:/u01/app/ogg/product/agent/12.2.1.2.0/oggmon/ogg_agent/ [rdbms12102] ./createMonitorAgentInstance.sh
Please enter absolute path of Oracle GoldenGate home directory : /u01/app/ogg/product/12.2.0.1.1/
Please enter absolute path of OGG Agent instance : /u01/app/ogg/product/12.2.0.1.1/agent_inst 
Please enter unique name to replace timestamp in startMonitorAgent script (startMonitorAgentInstance_20170503113738.sh) : 
Successfully created OGG Agent instance.

Create the wallet for the Agent:

oracle@oelogg1:/u01/app/ogg/product/12.2.0.1.1/agent_inst/bin/ [rdbms12102] pwd
/u01/app/ogg/product/12.2.0.1.1/agent_inst/bin
oracle@oelogg1:/u01/app/ogg/product/12.2.0.1.1/agent_inst/bin/ [rdbms12102] export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_131
oracle@oelogg1:/u01/app/ogg/product/12.2.0.1.1/agent_inst/bin/ [rdbms12102] ./pw_agent_util.sh -jagentonly
Please create a password for Java Agent: 
Please confirm password for Java Agent: 
May 03, 2017 11:46:06 AM oracle.security.jps.JpsStartup start
INFO: Jps initializing.
May 03, 2017 11:46:06 AM oracle.security.jps.JpsStartup start
INFO: Jps started.
Wallet is created successfully.

Adjust the Agent configuration file for your environment:

oracle@oelogg1:/u01/app/ogg/product/12.2.0.1.1/agent_inst/cfg/ [rdbms12102] pwd
/u01/app/ogg/product/12.2.0.1.1/agent_inst/cfg
oracle@oelogg1:/u01/app/ogg/product/12.2.0.1.1/agent_inst/cfg/ [rdbms12102] cat Config.properties | egrep -v "^#|^$"
jagent.host=localhost
jagent.jmx.port=5555
interval.regular=60
interval.quick=30
monitor.host=localhost
monitor.jmx.port=5502
monitor.jmx.username=oggmsjmxusr
jagent.username=oggmajmxusr
reg.retry.interval=10
instance.query.initial.interval=5
incremental.registration.quiet.interval=5
maximum.message.retrieval=500
jagent.rmi.port=5559
agent.type.enabled=OEM
status.polling.interval=5
message.polling.interval=5
reg.retry.times=-1
jagent.backward.compatibility=false
jagent.ssl=false
jagent.keystore.file=jagentKeyStore
jagent.truststore.file=jagentKeyStore
jagent.restful.ws.timeout=15000
jagent.ggsci.timeout=30

Make sure you change “agent.type.enabled” to “OEM”.

Enable monitoring in the GLOBALS file:

oracle@oelogg1:/var/tmp/ [OGG122] ggi

Oracle GoldenGate Command Interpreter for Oracle
Version 12.2.0.1.1 OGGCORE_12.2.0.1.0_PLATFORMS_151211.1401_FBO
Linux, x64, 64bit (optimized), Oracle 12c on Dec 12 2015 02:56:48
Operating system character set identified as UTF-8.

Copyright (C) 1995, 2015, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

GGSCI (oelogg1) 1> view params ./GLOBALS

ENABLEMONITORING

Restart ggscsi:

oracle@oelogg1:/var/tmp/ [OGG122] ggi

Oracle GoldenGate Command Interpreter for Oracle
Version 12.2.0.1.1 OGGCORE_12.2.0.1.0_PLATFORMS_151211.1401_FBO
Linux, x64, 64bit (optimized), Oracle 12c on Dec 12 2015 02:56:48
Operating system character set identified as UTF-8.

Copyright (C) 1995, 2015, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.



GGSCI (oelogg1) 1> info all

Program     Status      Group       Lag at Chkpt  Time Since Chkpt

MANAGER     RUNNING                                           
JAGENT      STOPPED                                           


GGSCI (oelogg1) 2> start jagent

Sending START request to MANAGER ...
GGCMD JAGENT starting


GGSCI (oelogg1) 3> info all

Program     Status      Group       Lag at Chkpt  Time Since Chkpt

MANAGER     RUNNING                                           
JAGENT      RUNNING                              

… and you’re done. Hope this helps.

 

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BPEL 12.2.1.2 Certified for Prebuilt EBS 12.1 and 12.2 SOA Integrations

Steven Chan - Wed, 2017-05-03 02:00

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) integrations with Oracle E-Business Suite can either be custom integrations that you build yourself or prebuilt integrations from Oracle.  For more information about the differences between the two options for SOA integrations, see this previously-published certification announcement.

The prebuilt BPEL business processes in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.1 and 12.2 are:

  • Oracle Price Protection (DPP)
  • Advanced Supply Chain Planning (MSC)
  • Oracle Transportation Management: Oracle Warehouse Management (WMS)
  • Oracle Transportation Management: Oracle Shipping Execution (WSH)
  • Oracle Transportation Management: Oracle Purchasing (PO)
  • Complex Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (CMRO/AHL)

BPEL integration architecture diagram example

 

These prebuilt BPEL processes have now been certified with Oracle BPEL Process Manager 12c version 12.2.1.2 (in Oracle Fusion Middleware SOA Suite 12c) for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2.

References

Certified Platforms

Oracle SOA Suite Release 12g 12.2.1.2 is certified to run on any operating system upon which Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is certified. Check the following for more details:

For information on operating systems supported by Oracle SOA Suite, refer to this document:

Integration with Oracle SOA Suite involves components spanning several different suites of Oracle products. There are no restrictions on which platform any particular component may be installed so long as the platform is supported for that component.

Pending Certifications 

The certification for BPEL 12.2.1 with prebuilt EBS 12.1 SOA integrations is underway now. Oracle's Revenue Recognition rules prohibit us from discussing certification and release dates, but you're welcome to monitor or subscribe to this blog. I'll post updates here as soon as soon as they're available.   

Getting Support If you need support for the prebuilt EBS BPEL business processes, you can log Service Requests against the Applications Technology Group product family.

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Welcome to the new OPAL look & feel

Christopher Jones - Tue, 2017-05-02 20:21

Welcome to the new look & feel of blogs.oracle.com/opal

As you can probably guess, this is really just a test post!

Kicking the habit of WM_CONCAT for a delimited list of rows, with LISTAGG

The Anti-Kyte - Tue, 2017-05-02 15:40

I gave up smoking recently.
Among other bad habits that I need to kick is using the (not so) trusty WM_CONCAT.

Say I want to get a record set consisting a comma-delimited list of columns in the EMPLOYEES table. In the past, this may have been somewhat challenging to do in a single SQL query, unless you knew about the undocumented WM_CONCAT…

select wm_concat(column_name)
from user_tab_cols
where hidden_column = 'NO'
and table_name = 'EMPLOYEES';

From around 10g, right up to 11g R2 Enterprise Edition, this function would return your result set in a single, comma-delimited list.
However, if you attempt to execute the same query in 12g, or even 11g Express Edition, you’ll get a nasty surprise …

Error at Command Line : 1 Column : 8
Error report -
SQL Error: ORA-00904: "WM_CONCAT": invalid identifier
00904. 00000 -  "%s: invalid identifier"
*Cause:    
*Action:

Fortunately, a more modern (and supported) alternative has been around since 11g…

select listagg( column_name, ',') within group( order by column_id)
from user_tab_cols
where hidden_column = 'NO'
and table_name = 'EMPLOYEES'
/

LISTAGG(COLUMN_NAME,',')WITHINGROUP(ORDERBYCOLUMN_ID)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
EMPLOYEE_ID,FIRST_NAME,LAST_NAME,EMAIL,PHONE_NUMBER,HIRE_DATE,JOB_ID,SALARY,COMMISSION_PCT,MANAGER_ID,DEPARTMENT_ID

Unlike WS_CONCAT, LISTAGG allows you to specify the order in which the delimited values should be concatenated. It also allows you to specify the delimiter to use.
So you could use a “|” symbol, for example, or, if you have definite ideas about how a list of columns should be written you may consider something like :

select listagg( column_name, chr(10)||',') within group( order by column_id)
from user_tab_cols
where hidden_column = 'NO'
and table_name = 'EMPLOYEES'
/

LISTAGG(COLUMN_NAME,CHR(10)||',')WITHINGROUP(ORDERBYCOLUMN_ID)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
EMPLOYEE_ID                                                                     
,FIRST_NAME                                                                     
,LAST_NAME                                                                      
,EMAIL                                                                         
,PHONE_NUMBER                                                                   
,HIRE_DATE                                                                      
,JOB_ID                                                                         
,SALARY                                                                         
,COMMISSION_PCT                                                                 
,MANAGER_ID                                                                     
,DEPARTMENT_ID                      

Now, if only I could remember not to squeeze the toothpaste tube in the middle…


Filed under: Oracle, SQL Tagged: listagg, wm_concat

How to create Teradata Server Dashboard

Nilesh Jethwa - Tue, 2017-05-02 15:10

Teradata delivers better business outcomes through technology-enabled solutions in the areas that matter most ? from operational excellence and asset optimization, to customer experience and product innovation, to finance transformation and risk mitigation. It works with leading businesses in over 75 countries worldwide including many of the top performers and best-known brands in telecom, transportation, consumer packaged goods, financial services and manufacturing.

Are you using Teradata Server for your data marts or data-warehouse? If so, build your Free Teradata Server infocaptor dashboard software.

Read more at http://www.infocaptor.com/ice-database-connect-dashboard-to-teradata-sql

How to calculate current DB size

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2017-05-02 13:26
We requested oracle apex work space area 100MB?It exceeds the over 90% size? How to calculate Current file Utilization and current database size? Requested Size: 100(in MB) Current File Utilization: 6.49(in MB) What is this? Curr...
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Peculiar syntax error with analytic functions and division operator. Same error does not occur with multiplication operator

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2017-05-02 13:26
<code> CREATE TABLE lhtest1( C1 varchar(10 char), C2 varchar(10 char), C3 varchar(10 char), C4 varchar(10 char), C5 varchar(10 char), C6 varchar(10 char), C7 varchar(10 char), C8 varchar(10 char), C9 varchar(10 char), C10 varchar(10 char)...
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How to find out if the date is a weekend or weekdays

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2017-05-02 13:26
Hi all, I'm having trouble figuring out how to find out if the date is a weekday or a weekend from a column. Scenario CREATE TABLE A (a_id VARCHAR2(20), date_a DATE DEFAULT SYSDATE, CONSTRAINT A_PK PRIMARY KEY (a_id)); TABLE A have...
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how to count active login hours with minutes of a employee

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2017-05-02 13:26
how to count login hours with minutes of a employee my scenario is if a employee login at time 'x' and he continue his work up to a certain time period 'y'. my question is how to calculate the active login hours of a employee from time 'x' to ...
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Nonblocking mode for the oci connection

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2017-05-02 13:26
Hi Tom! I can create a nonblocking OCI connection and get OCI_STILL_EXECUTING status with ORA-03123 (Operation would block) error, but what is the way to determine which operation would block - reading or writing. I want to handle many Oracle con...
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Want to remove special characters from this ِِAA07E01A. Need to get result as AA07E01A

Tom Kyte - Tue, 2017-05-02 13:26
I want a query which will remove special characters from this word: ??AA07E01A. I need a result back as AA07E01A.
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Fishbowl Innovation: Cloud 2 Cloud Content Migrations for Oracle Content and Experience Cloud (Oracle Documents Cloud Service) and Other Cloud Storage Providers

Migrating content between systems takes a lot of time, and without methods to bulk load or schedule the process may proceed incrementally as users facilitate the process whenever they have time. But what if they don’t have time? What if they had been using an unauthorized cloud storage system, or the system they were using is being decommissioned by the company. How can they quickly move high value content to another system?

For example, let’s say a business division within a company is using Microsoft OneDrive as a collaboration and document sharing system. Then, that company decides that OneDrive is no longer an accepted or company preferred file sync and share system, and employees should use Oracle Documents Cloud Service. For the division using OneDrive, such a declaration could cause some delays in any of their processes that rely on that content. An example of this could be the inability to collaborate with 3rd-parties – such as a law firm – on documents being reviewed by both parties. The process of downloading copies of the content and uploading them to another system could take a significant amount of time, but until that content gets moved over to, in this case Oracle Documents Cloud Service, critical processes could be severely delayed.

The hackathon event team for this solution set out to provide a web-based interface to enable single item and batch migrations between systems to be migrated and removed from one system or the other or just copied. As more and more of these easy-to-use document sharing solutions enter an organization, such a tool could be quite beneficial to ensure content can be easily accessed and shared across systems.

One important point to note about such a solution, and the use of cloud storage systems across an organization, is that governance and acceptable use policies for cloud storage/enterprise file sync and share systems need to be clearly defined. Although the solution developed by Fishbowl could help an organization migrate content to the standardized cloud storage solution, companies need to be proactive with monitoring employee use as they may try and utilize other systems. This can pose security risks – both from a sharing of confidential information perspective and opening up new avenues for cyber attacks. To combat this, solutions like Oracle’s Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) could be leveraged to provide visibility into the cloud systems being used, and provide security monitoring and threat detection across your entire cloud technology stack.

The screenshot below shows the simple user interface to select available systems and begin migrating content. Fishbowl has customers using this cloud migration tool today, so if you are interested in learning how it could help you expedite your cloud to cloud content migrations, contact us now – info@fishbowlsolutions.com or 952-465-3400.

Here are the technologies the team used to develop Cloud 2 Cloud. If you would like more information on the technical specifics of the solutions, please leave a comment and we will get back to you ASAP.

  • REST API
  • Mustache – web template system for mobile and web applications
  • Debugging tools Fiddler and Postman

 

Cloud 2 Cloud Migration.

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Fishbowl Innovation: ATLAS – Intelligent Chatbot and Virtual Assistant for Oracle Applications

If you haven’t heard about chatbots yet, you will soon. Today’s leading technology companies – Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle – all have bot development strategies proceeding this year. Why? To answer that question, let’s first define the two types of bots being used today. The first is called a “virtual assistant”, which is effectively Apple’s Siri or Amazon’s Alexa. Virtual assistants can help you find or remember things, or even buy things (Dom the pizza bot). These bots are powered by machine learning, which means they will get smarter over time as more people use them and its artificial intelligence learns what people are asking it to do.

The other type of bot is a messaging bot, which have become pretty prevalent within Facebook Messenger. This type of bot can be used for customer service to answer simple questions such as “what are your store hours”? The responses returned by the bot have all been programmed, so if it gets asked a question outside of its pre-defined responses it won’t be able to interact with the user.

So, back to the question, why are bots so popular? Because bots, in many cases, can provide answers to questions or facilitate a purchase faster than a human can. Consider this stat by Deloitte – a minute of work for a bot is equal to 15 minutes of work for a human. Additionally, because messaging apps are ubiquitous (1.3 billion people use them), companies have developed bots to engage and market to users 24 x 7. To look at this from a business perspective, consider the following use cases:

  • Requesting pricing and availability of a product
    • During  a sales meeting, you could type the following into a messaging service on your phone or laptop “what is the pricing and availability of product widget ABC”? The bot would then perform a query for this product in the ERP system and return your answer – “product widget ABC is $299 and can ship today.”
  • Logging your billable hours into a project management system
  • Providing quick answers to simple questions such as “how many PTO days do I have left”?
  • Resetting your password
  • Asking for specific content to be delivered to you, such as a product brochure, price list, or instruction manual
  • Ordering new business cards, which was the example that Larry Ellison shared at Oracle OpenWorld 2016

With each of the examples above, the time savings of not having to log onto a system and perform multiple clicks to facilitate such requests could be huge – especially for employees on the go, such as sales staff, that need information quickly. All the examples above are also opportunities to reduce the amount of calls and service requests to your help desk. According to this press release from Kore Inc., about 20% of IT help desk calls are still related to password resets, an inefficiency that can cost businesses between $15 to $20 per call.

The chatbot that was developed during Fishbowls hackathon was positioned as a personal assistant in the cloud for document management. The team showed how Atlas could be used with a team collaboration system like Slack, and integrated with Oracle WebCenter to retrieve documents based on simple input from the user. For example, “find a document – invoice 123456”. Then filter by user jsim. Here are the technologies the team used to develop and integrate Atlas:

Here some screenshots of this use case and the bot also running within Fishbowl’s demo instance of Oracle WebCenter Portal to show an example of employee self-service. Contact us today for more information on ATLAS and intelligent chat bots – info@fishbowlsolutions.com or 952-465-3400. If you would like more technical information on how Atlas was built and our approach to developing intelligent chatbots for Oracle applications, leave us a comment and we will respond directly.

 

ATLAS returning results for document named Invoice 123456.

 

Atlas filtering results returned by author jsim.

 

ATLAS performing employee self-service actions in WebCenter Portal.

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Categories: Fusion Middleware, Other

Fishbowl Innovation: Controlled Document Management in the Cloud

Fishbowl Solutions has been delivering enterprise content management (ECM) solutions based on Oracle WebCenter for over 17 years. WebCenter is the only ECM solution we’ve built a consulting practice around and have software solutions for. Its comprehensive capabilities have satisfied numerous customer use cases including employee portals, contract management, and quality control. That being said, we understand customers have other use cases for storing and managing their high value content, and more recently that includes document storage in the cloud.

To satisfy use cases where companies manage the majority of their content with on-premise solutions like WebCenter but may need simple, cloud-bases solutions to manage specific documents that are part of a controlled process – contracts, policies and procedures, etc., Fishbowl developed a proof of concept (POC) for lightweight ECM in the cloud. This solution would provide a low barrier to entry for customers wanting content management capabilities through a simplified user interface that includes a dashboard, document list, and profile driven metadata fields. The other obvious benefit this solution would provide is a much lower overall cost due to a cloud-based subscription model, and less need for development resources and system administrators.

From a development and technology perspective, the team working on this POC discussed how workflow, revisioning, security/permissions, would all need be included to make this a viable solution. Here are some of the technologies they leveraged to develop the solution:

The following are some screenshots of the solution as it appears running on the Google Cloud Platform, but the flexibility of the technologies used to develop the solution means it could integrate with other cloud platforms like Oracle Content and Experience Cloud. Contact us today if you would like more information – info@fishbowlsolutions.com or 952-465-3400. If you are interested in learning more and discussing the technologies involved in the development, please leave a comment and we will get some dialogue going there.

 

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