Monday, December 27, 2010

My Year 2010

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Year 2010 was a great year for me both personally and professionally and i think its a best year for my IT career i have learned a lot and personally i became dad with a cute daughter.

Back in 2009 around at the same time i decided to start writing a blog on Oracle technology and on good response from Google queries i moved to write towards more on Oracle ADF and fusion middleware area.

Some highlights of my achievements in 2010. 
  • I have learned a lot about Oracle ADF and Fusion middleware technologies.
  • Got to know the SOA, BPM suites.
  • I have written 82 blog posts in Year 2010 lets hope i would continue to write helpful topics.
  • I presented 2 day APEX training sessions at Oracle university (Techno-ed) in Karachi, Pakistan.
  • Formed PITUG User group to spread IT awareness in Pakistan.
  • Made lot of friends all over the world.
With Year 2011 (In 2 months) I am migrating to USA and looking forward to work in the field of Oracle ADF and fusion middleware products.

I wish you all a happy new year

Best Regards,
Zeeshan Baig

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

FREE 2 day Oracle APEX training in Karachi, Pakistan.

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Hi,

Just to announce that i will be conducting 2 days training sessions  on "Getting started with Oracle APEX" at Oracle University Karachi, Pakistan.

Venue: Oracle University / Ora-Tech Karachi, Pakistan.
Location: Main Nursery Shahrah-e-faisal Karachi
Date: 14 & 15 december 2010
Timings: 6 PM to 9 PM (3 hours)

I would be glad to see you there.

Best Regards,
Zeeshan Baig

Monday, December 6, 2010

How to set Session time out in ADF application

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Simple tip today but probably most of my friend coming from FORMS background are not familiar with this. Where and how to set the Session time out setting in Oracle ADF application? Answer is with every application there is a file called web.xml file in your ViewController Project WEB-INF folder. The file which contains configuration settings for your web application on run-time. JDeveloper provides a declarative way to modify this settings by default the session timeout is 35 minutes.

Here what documentation says
Session Timeout
(Optional) Enter an integer value of minutes of inactivity are required before you want to force your web application's sessions to expire. Corresponds to the tag of the subelement. Note, this value can be overridden for individual sessions by means of the setMaxInactiveInterval() method of the javax.servlet.http.HttpSession interface.

Here is the setting in Jdeveloper



after deployment you can see the timeout value in the deployment properties of your application as well here the screen shot of weblogic console





On runtime if session expires you will get the similar message



Happy Jdeveloping,
Zeeshan Baig

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Using Database Adapter in BPEL Process in Oracle SOA Suite 11g

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DB Adapter allows you to read database into SOA composite application from any relational database. before using the service with DB Adapter make sure you have created a JDBC data-source and Connection Factory under  DBAdapter application.

Download the sample code





Have a nice day,
Zeeshan Baig

Creating JDBC datasource in Oracle Weblogic server

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Before going to work with DB adapter in Oracle SOA suite you have to define the JDBC datasource in WLS and Connection factory under DBadapter in deployments.

Here is the first step how to create JDBC datasource in Weblogic server




Have a nice day,
Zeeshan Baig