We're using Oracle Forms source control outside of Forms. Currently we're very happy with our VSS setup. So we are using Microsoft's Visual Source Safe for Oracle Forms Source Control.
Generating *.fmb files out of Oracle Designer, we do a check in of fmb files after generation.
Also there's a possibility to use ANT for SQL and fmb Forms deployment. Using VSS as Oracle Forms source control software, ANT can also check out specific fmb versions to deploy.
At the moment, some peole thing about migrating our Oracle Forms source control software from VSS to something new like SVN (Subversion). But this would be a major change on our developement approach. Currently, the developers were used to VSS with its pessimistic locking mechanism. New version control tools as Subversion are using optimistic locking instead. What's the difference?
Ok, the main information page about Oracle Service Bus documentation is on Oracle’s technet isself:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/service-bus/overview/index.html and on the Oracle Fusion Middleware Documentation Library at http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E14571_01/soa.htm#osb. Also the Oracle Service Bus documentation forum is very good: http://forums.oracle.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=320&start=0 (SOA & Process Management » SOA Suite )
But there is many other great Oracle Service Bus documentation out there. Mostly blog entries, some tutorials and whitepapers on pdf.
Oracle Service Bus Documentation Blogs
- Oracle Service Bus 11g and DB Adapter – Part II: Using an Inbound Database Adapter « Enjoy IT – SOA, Java, Event-Driven Computing and Integration
- Oracle Service Bus
- XML Schema Restrictions/Facets
- Enjoy IT – SOA, Java, Event-Driven Computing and Integration
- Java, JEE, OAS and WebLogic Server « AMIS Technology blog
- Java for the Beginner - The BEST Resources for Learning Java
- Search with keywords: "tag:research" @ seekda.com
- Forum Datenaustausch Generelle Rechnung XML 4.3
- XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes Second Edition
- Markup-Sprachen: Verwendung in Dokumenten
- BEA’s XQuery Implementation
- Reporting actions, oracle service bus documentation (OEPE, Eclipse)
- osb_examples_tutorials_0.pdf (application/pdf-Objekt)
- Introduction to Oracle SOA Suite Components
- Online-Lexikon der Informationssicherheit - Buchstabe A
- XQuery transformations in Oracle Service Bus
- Weblogic deployment using the Oracle weblogic maven plugin « AMIS Technology blog
- Oracle Service Bus Samples
- Sending an Email from Oracle Service Bus - Part 1 (Chris Tomkins' Blog)
- A Simple Job Scheduler Example - WebLogic Server Clustered Timer (James Bayer's Blog)
- Magic Quadrant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- DebugFlags « Middleware Magic
- Installing Oracle Service Bus 22.214.171.124 on Windows 7 64 bit using the generic installers « The Confusion Chronicle (Oracle Service Bus Documentation)
- Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11gR1 on Windows (Oracle SOA Suite - Team Blog)
- Using WebLogic Generic Jar Installer « Middleware Magic
- Java / Oracle SOA blog: Test your services with AIA CAVS
- Oracle JCA Adapter for Database
- Oracle SOA Suite , ADF ,OSB: Split Join in OSB
- Improving Service Performance with Split-Join
- SOA ,OSB,REST: Split join in OSB
- Oracle SOA/AIA/BPEL/ESB/OSB: Oracle Service Bus : Split Join Example
- Membrane Service Registry
- Selenium web application testing system
I tried to find some cool Canvas HTML5 animations, samples, demos and tutorials. Amazing what canvas within html5 ca do …
Canvas HTML5 is the element to dynamic render of bitmap graphics. So canvas html5 covers html code with height and width attributes to define ranges, into which can be anything drawn. More on Wikipedia’s canvas html5 reference card here.
Absolutelly cool canvas HTML5 animation from Denmark
Great! Usually the background is static, here you can play Super Mario with your keyboard while watching the webpage!
Please look at the bottom of following web page. Do you see Mario? Just jump’n run with your keyboard, and of course read the web page content …
… use the link above to see it work …
This is a famous Canvas HTML5 animation
The clouds move over the background. See code sample and tutorial on canvas html5 link above. Notice the fading shiny clouds.