I was adding WSRP portlets to a WebCenter Portal application and seeing files updated when running a diff with WinMerge that did not show up as Pending Changes in SVN. I tried refreshing the Pending Changes view, restarting the JDeveloper and repeating, but nothing. Then, just for fun, I ran refresh on the application and boom, there they were.
[root@oraclelinux6 /]# telnet 192.168.56.1 1521 -bash: telnet: command not found [root@oraclelinux6 /]# yum install telnet ...[TRUNCATED FOR READABILITY] Installed: telnet.x86_64 1:0.17-47.el6_3.1 Complete! [root@oraclelinux6 /]# telnet 192.168.56.1 1521 Trying 192.168.56.1... Connected to 192.168.56.1.
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I’m always delighted when I hear one of my sarcastic word-plays repeated by someone else. Today I heard someone attribute me with:
Water Crash Methodology
which I had come up with when discussing the merits of SDLC approaches in light of the resulting deliverables.
I had a problem starting an Oracle VM on an HP EliteBook and after much searching found that the EliteBook often will have virtualization disabled by default. I found the answer in an HP Support Forum post, which I am re-posting here for ease of reference and to reduce scrolling on their site:
Enable virtualization in the BIOS
To run Virtual PC and XP Mode in Windows 7, the virtualization must be enabled in the BIOS. Follow these steps to make sure virtualization is enabled.
It is possible you need to make these changes both in the System Configuration Menu and the Security Menu.
I don’t know why this was so hard to find, but posting it here for others to use: ADF Code Guidelines from Oracle.
The best way to teach something is to use what you are teaching to teach it. This is held up at http://jdevadf.oracle.com/adf-richclient-demo/, where the ADF UI components are listed and clicking each components renders and example of the component and a JDeveloper-context of how to work with the component.
Thinking about the variety of ways to accomplish the same effect in HTML, I came up with:
Whatever floats your DIV.
Caveat: I have only tried this on Windows. *nix varieties may vary. For a limited time only, the latest releases of WLP and WC can run on the same version of WLS (10.3.5). I found that if you first install WLP and then install WebCenter the same Oracle Home (in my choice, C:\Oracle\Middleware\18.104.22.168) they seem to co-exist nicely.
That said, the first time I did this I left OEPE running and tried to start JDev after applying some of the tweaks described at http://bexhuff.com/2012/09/jdeveloper-memory-and-performance. This was not a good thing, and resulted in the need for the fix described at http://ariklalo.com/2012/05/27/unable-to-create-an-instance-of-the-java-virtual-machine-jvm-dll/. I probably would not have had the problem if I had closed OEPE first, but the fix seems to be a good thing either way, so no harm done and a fairly easy lesson learned.