Recently I started blog series regarding FlexDeploy support of container native technologies. This is the second article in the series on what makes FlexDeploy a perfect fit for these modern trends in the industry: FlexDeploy Loves Containers: Build and Deploy Microservices to Kubernetes Clusters in the Cloud Enrich Oracle Container Native Application Development Platform with FlexDeploy Pipelines FlexDeploy

In a previous post, we talked about automating the installation of fusion middleware binaries. Now let’s review how we can create ADF Domain using scripts. This process will create single node domain, but you can extend it to meet your needs. You can download necessary scripts from HERE. If you are on Windows use createDomain.bat

Source Control Systems provide mechanisms for keeping track of every change to your application source code.   Identifying which changes have been deployed to which environments is either managed by deployment tooling, manual process, or in many cases, not managed at all.  In today’s world of regulations and audits, leaving this unmanaged in not an option. 

Oracle ADF Essentials is powerful framework to develop web applications and is free to use. FlexDeploy is built using ADF Essentials 12.1.3 and is now available to run on Tomcat 8 and Java 1.8. See FlexDeploy Installation for Tomcat for more details. Here are some high level steps to run your ADF Essentials applications on

In my last blog, I showed you how to create a custom XPath function to collect consistent error information and pass that information to an error handler service. Let’s extend the XPath function, from my previous blog, by adding customizable parameters to the call. The additional parameters provide the ability to capture specific information by

  We can export data to excel very easily using af:exportCollectionActionListener tag from ADF table as below. <af:commandButton text=”Export to Excel” id=”cbExport”> <af:exportCollectionActionListener exportedId=”tOrders” type=”excelHTML” filename=”orders.xls”/> </af:commandButton> But the issue is with big numbers. When you open the excel file, you will see big numbers in scientific format as below. By tweaking/changing output for exported

Flexagon is co-presenting with Oracle Product Management in this Oracle PaaS – Development and Deployment related session.  Includes highlights of FlexDeploy and how Flexagon leverages the Oracle Java Cloud Service and Database Cloud Service. Moving Oracle ADF to the Cloud—Development and Deployment in the New Age