If you get bored with the same old splash screen for jdeveloper, then go straightaway and modify the file from
Do not change the dimension. Look at mine 🙂
The complete Soa suite installation guide is uploaded here
Complete fusion middleware documents are available at
System requirements and specifications
Complete requirments are available at
Download the files
All software can be downloaded from the Fusion Middleware 11gR1 PS2 download page (also known as the FMW download page)
Installation procedure [RCU version 18.104.22.168]
If you face any problem in creating the DB schema using RCU 22.214.171.124 then please download the RCU 126.96.36.199 and follow this installation process. Also you will face some issues in creating the Weblogic db schema for soa_infra during weblogic domain creation
Repository Creation Utility
If repository tool 188.8.131.52.3 is creating some kind of problem while creating DB schema then please use RCU of 184.108.40.206.1 [if you are using 220.127.116.11.1 then please refer to section X for the installation order]
SOA Suite & Patch
You have to have Soa Suite 18.104.22.168.0 installed in your system before installing the 22.214.171.124.0 patchset installer
SOA Extension for JDeveloper
You can install the extensions directly from inside JDeveloper through the “Help -> Check for Updates” menu option which is the recommended way install extensions. If you can’t connect to the Internet from your JDeveloper, you can directly download JDeveloper extensions from this page, and point the Check for Updates wizard to the local file you have downloaded.
Note: for other extensions please refer
Setting up the database
Run the following commands to increase the process limits (Only for Oracle XE)
sqlplus sys/welcome1@XE as sysdba
SQL> show parameter session
SQL> show parameter processes
SQL> alter system reset sessions scope=spfile sid='*';
SQL> alter system set processes=200 scope=spfile;
SQL> shutdown immediate
SQL> show parameter session
SQL> show parameter processes
Weblogic Domain Creation
refer this link
The link for the Weblogic console
http://localhost:7001/console (login with weblogic/welcome1)
The link for the EM console
http://localhost:7001/em (login with weblogic/welcome1)
The link for the SOA worklist app
The link for B2B
The link for BAM (must use IE browser)
Starting the servers
Go to the domain directory and type startWebLogic.cmd
On the same command line press ctrl+c or goto the bin directory of the domain folder and type stopWebLogic.cmd
D:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\soa_infra_domain\bin> stopManagedWebLogic.cmd so_server1
If your soa server is up but your soa_infra is down then search for the following error in
weblogic.application.ModuleException: Exception preparing module: EJBModule(ejb_ob_engine_wls.jar) Unable to deploy EJB: ejb_ob_engine_wls.jar from ejb_ob_engine_wls.jar: There are 1 nested errors: java.io.IOException: JDT compilation error! FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_FacadeFinderBeanImpl.java: The method getMBeanAttribute(String, String) is undefined for the type FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_Intf FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_FacadeFinderBeanImpl.java: The method getNumberOfCompositeInstancesByPartitions(String) is undefined for the type FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_Intf FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_FacadeFinderBeanImpl.java: The method listComposites() is undefined for the type FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_Intf FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_FacadeFinderBeanImpl.java: The method invokeMBeanOperation(String, String, String, Object) is undefined for the type FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_Intf FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_FacadeFinderBeanImpl.java: The method setMBeanAttribute(String, String, Object) is undefined for the type FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_Intf FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_FacadeFinderBeanImpl.java: The method getNumberOfFaultedCompositeInstancesByPartitions(String) is undefined for the type FacadeFinderBean_4vacyo_Intf at weblogic.ejb.container.ejbc.CompilerForJDT.compile(CompilerForJDT.java:57) at weblogic.ejb.container.ejbc.EJBCompiler.doCompile(EJBCompiler.java:309) at weblogic.ejb.container.ejbc.EJBCompiler.compileEJB(EJBCompiler.java:485) at weblogic.ejb.container.ejbc.EJBCompiler.compileEJB(EJBCompiler.java:452) at weblogic.ejb.container.deployer.EJBDeployer.runEJBC(EJBDeployer.java:439) at weblogic.ejb.container.deployer.EJBDeployer.compileJar(EJBDeployer.java:779) at weblogic.ejb.container.deployer.EJBDeployer.compileIfNecessary(EJBDeployer.java:679) at weblogic.ejb.container.deployer.EJBDeployer.prepare(EJBDeployer.java:1237) at weblogic.ejb.container.deployer.EJBModule.prepare(EJBModule.java:440) ..... .....
Then install the SOA patchset installer (126.96.36.199) on top of your existing SOA suite 188.8.131.52
If you ever face issues like
Ever wonder how to get access to restricted application or options in windows.
Here in this post I am going to explain the utility provided by microsoft for administrators to enforce restrictions easily.
the utility is called ‘gpedit.msc‘ means Group Policy Editor
what is Group Policy Editor?
The Group Policy Editor console is a graphical user interface(GUI) which allows admin to edit registry entries easily.Manually editing registry entries is advisable and sometimes it will cause some unexpected problems.The gpedit.msc tool makes the administration of registry easier
There is another utility called ‘secpol.msc‘ which is similar to group policy which is used to edit subgroups
How to run Group Policy?
go to run and type ‘gpedit.msc‘
Where all the information’s are stored?
All the information that is edited from group policy editor will affect registry editor directly.
The physical location of the modified files will resides in
There are three folders to store information related to Admin, Machine and User related configurations
The Adm folder contains all the entries enforced on the system by the administrator and these entries directly maps to the windows registry
For example if you want to disable connection tab from internet Explorer you locate
Administrative Templates – Windows Component -> Internet Explorer -> Internet Control Panel
Click on ‘Disable the Connection page’
Click ‘Enable’ and then press ok.
Now if you open Internet Explorer you will not see the connection tab in the Internet options page from Tools menu
The above mentioned is a simple example of how and why group policy is used. You can explore more options yourself to enforce/restrict user access
To more on the options Group Policy Settings download the respective excel spreadsheet for your windows operating system
Before doing these setting go to
Tools -> folder options -> View and under the Hidden Files and Folders
enable ‘Show hidden files and folders‘ and
un check ‘Hide protected operation System files[Recommended]‘
click ok for the popup
1 – Delete the unwanted user settings
Delete everything from
C:\Documents and Settings\[user name]\Application Data C:\Documents and Settings\[user name]\Local Settings\Temp C:\Documents and Settings\[user name]\Local Settings\Application Data C:\Documents and Settings\[user name]\Local Settings\History C:\Documents and Settings\[user name]\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files
Don’t have any junk files in Desktop
repeat the above for all the users in the system
2 – Delete unwanted uninstall files[files starting with ‘$’] from
C:\WINDOWS also Empty C:\Temp (if it exists) and C:\Windows\Temp
3 – Delete from
4 – Delete from
5 – uninstall unwanted programs from control panel and also from the program files[some files will be still residing inside program files even after the the application is uninstalled]
6 – Search for *.log files in C: and delete everything.. sometimes this will take some GB space
with all the above steps if you feel the performance and the space is not increased then try increasing the virtual memory or don’t have it
If the virtual memory is set then you will find two files in C:\hiberfil.sys and C:\pagefile.sys both will be having the size corresponding to the allocated memory size
to disable virtual memory
Right click ‘My Computer‘ -> got to ‘properties‘
Click the ‘Advanced Tab‘ in the System Properties window
In the Performance section, click the ‘Settings‘ button
Click on the ‘Advanced Tab‘ in Performance options window
In the Virtual Memory Section, click the ‘Change‘ button
Select the ‘No Paging file‘ option and click on ‘Set‘ button
This will ask for a restart of the machine
restart the machine and you will find some space in you C: for sure
How to defer the mandatory constraint?
The mandatory validation is a database constraint and you do not have any control over it in ADF. You will not have the validation execution tab for these kind of DB constraint validation if you want to defer it based on some condition.But the Error message can be overridden.
if you want to populate the key attribute for the child from the parent then enable “Composite Association -> Cascade Update Key Attributes” for the association
JBO-27024: Failed to validate a row with key oracle.jbo.Key usually occurs
1. Not providing value for a mandatory attribute.
2. Incorrect value for an attribute of different data type
3. any of your other validation rules failed.
the validation is failing because the id attribute may not be getting created properly. Because of this it could not validate the row as the id is null. row.validateEntity() will help to identify the error by calling it when you commit the record and check where exactly the error pops up.
4. when the primary key is not based on a sequence and depends on the composite. The solution is to create a surrogate key. If you want to override the db constraint you must have a surrogate key populated programmatic way every time a new row is created. So that the data is unique all the time and proceed with a customized error message for each attribute, make the surrogate key hidden and read only.
if you want to suppress the validation then use skipValidation=true in pageDef or have the immediate set to true.
This might be a basic information for some experts out there but I felt its worth mentioning it here
how will u differentiate between services and the SID to connect to Oracle using JDBC in the connection string
for SID: it goes like
for Services you specify like
Class.forName("oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver"); conn = DriverManager.getConnection(jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521/XE,system,tiger); Statement stmt = conn.createStatement(); ResultSet rset = stmt.executeQuery(query);