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Let’s say you want to call a a taskFlow activity, for example, a “back” activity, but declarative within your java code:

Navigation

Use the below code in a bean in order to call a task flow navigation within your ADF application:

 

import javax.faces.application.NavigationHandler;
import javax.faces.context.FacesContext;

....

NavigationHandler backHnd =
FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().getApplication().getNavigationHandler();
backHnd.handleNavigation(FacesContext.getCurrentInstance(), null,"back");

 

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A very simple but frequently asked question is: how use more then 1 human task, of the same type, in one ADF application?

Go to your ViewController project and open the file hwtaskflow.xml

Copy the hwTaskFlow element, and its content, and change the values for: WorkflowName & TaskDefinitionNamespace elements (those are the name & targetNamespace from the Human Task).

  <hwTaskFlow>
      <WorkflowName>OriginHT</WorkflowName>
      <TaskDefinitionNamespace>http://xmlns.oracle.com/OriginHT</TaskDefinitionNamespace>
      <TaskFlowId>OriginHT_TaskFlow</TaskFlowId>
      <TaskFlowFileName>WEB-INF/OriginHT_TF.xml</TaskFlowFileName>
   </hwTaskFlow>
   <hwTaskFlow>
      <WorkflowName>NewHT</WorkflowName>
      <TaskDefinitionNamespace>http://xmlns.oracle.com/NewHT</TaskDefinitionNamespace>
      <TaskFlowId>OriginHT_TaskFlow</TaskFlowId>
      <TaskFlowFileName>WEB-INF/OriginHT_TF.xml</TaskFlowFileName>
   </hwTaskFlow>

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To enable integration with the Universal Content Management (UCM), Oracle provides ‘out of the box’ web service called – GenericSoapPort.
With this WS you can execute operations like CHECKIN_NEW, DOC_INFO and more.
Attaching a policy to the WS is mandatory, as you will be obligated to add a SOAP Header user/pass.

In this post I will guide you how to attach the policy, and enable the WS. (I’m taking into consideration that IPM managed server was installed, as well as OWSM)

The steps bellow describes how to attach the required policies:

  1. From the EN, right click on your UCM managed server, and choose Web Services

    UCM DOmain

  2. Go to Oracle Infrastructure Web Services tab and click on GenericSoapPort

    GenericSoapPort 1

  3. Go to OWSM Policies tab, and click on Attach/Detach button

    Attach Detach Policies

  4. From the list choose: oracle/no_mtom_policy, oracle/wss_username_token_service_policy, and press ok

    Attach wss Policy

That’s it.

Now you can test the WS from the EM:

  1. Go to Configuration tab and enable Endpoint test:

    Enable Endpoint Test

  2. Click on Web Service test

    WS Test

  3. Open the security detailed header, click on OWSM Security Policies, click on the wss policy and enter the user/pass (a user with UCM privileges)

    Security User Password

  4. Enter the payload and run. For example:

    CHECK_IN

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Here is a small example of a way to enable or disable a command button using a standard functionality of an ADF.
Take for example the next scenario: You want to reject a form, and you must enter a reject reason.

For that we will use a commandButton (for the reject action) and an inputText (for the reject reason).
Change both objects’ attributes as follows:

inputText:

  • Set the AutoSubmit property to ‘true’:

    AutoSubmit

CommandButton:

  • Set the PartialTriggers property to the Reject InputTextId Id:

    PartialTriggers

  • Set the Disabled property to have a condition base on the InputText value:
    In my example: #{empty bindings.RejectReason.inputValue}

    Reject Reason

 

Run the page and test it.

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So, I’m back again after a long time I haven’t posted anything new. Sorry for that…
First, I’m glad to announce my new position as BPM & SOA Director at  SangIT.
I’m inviting you to visit our site, and I will be more than happy to view your comments.

The  Oracle Technology Day conference took part yesterday (Monday, July 1st 2013) in Israel (Airport City). It began with a welcome greeting by Moshe Horev (VP & Oracle Israel MD), followed by some distinguish guests:

  • Innovation in Practice – Andrew Sutherland, SVP Technology, Oracle EMEA
  • Oracle Embedded Technology, From Device to Data Center – Chris Baker, SVP, worldwide ISV&OEM Sales
  • “Shaping the Future”, Sinai Bareket, Managing Director Intel Israel Sales and Marketing

Later on, different courses were held:

  • Infrastructure
  • Business Analytics
  • Big Data
  • Fusion Middleware
  • Databse
  • Hands On(Demo Ground)

We were happy for the opportunity to participate in the demo ground were all the participants could experience the technological fields.
SangIT’s Demo Ground, based on Oracle BPM 11g. We’ve demonstrated the various components of Oracle BPM Suite 11g, and mainly focused on one of the feature from 11.1.1.7 version: BPM Composer, and its’ ability to develop and shape a Web Form with no need of a developer tool (I will elaborate on it in the following posts).

 
Arik And Humi
On the right: Humi Kazaz(CEO at SangIT)
Arik And Avi
On the right: Avi Hamoy(CTO at SangIT)

To summarize, the conference was great, and we were happy to took part in it.

Arik

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Follow the next steps in order to download and install the JRockit JDK:

1. Download JRockit:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/jrockit/downloads/index.html

2. Change the file permission, so you can run the file:
$ chmod u+x jrockit-jdk1.6.0_37-R28.2.5-4.1.0-linux-x64.bin

3. Run the file:
$ ./jrockit-jdk1.6.0_37-R28.2.5-4.1.0-linux-x64.bin

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On my previous post of RCU installation, I’ve described how to install it on windows OS.
The next installation was made on Oracle Linux 6(64bit), and can be done on other 64bit platforms.
To download the RCU installation go to the below link:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/soasuite/downloads/index.html

Choose the category “Linux 64bit JVM” from the drop down list, and click on “Download”.

Important: Notice that on the current SOA Suite Installation (11.1.1.7) you can download the RCU as a 64bit installation. Not like previous 11.1.1 versions (<11.1.1.7), were you had to download the RCU installation from the “Microsoft Windows 32bit JVM” category.

Follow the next steps in order to run and install RCU:

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