I love to go to Oracle meetings, conferences, trainings, and all that. Why? I actually like my job and I want to get better at it. Also I’m very lazy and always look for shortcuts and easier ways to do things. Continue reading
For the Analyse Webserver Logfile Application (AWL) I wanted to show better information instead of just the Useragent String, because they are a mess and contain confusing information.
As an example look at this Useragent String: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_12_5) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/59.0.3071.109 Safari/537.36
I rather would want to show it like this: Chrome (59) OS X
For my little Webserver Logfile Analysis project I had to solve the problem of how to stream data from a flat file into a relational datamodel in my target database.
Since I used NodeJS in several projects over the past years, it came to my mind at first. On a second thought and by consulting some friends another, easier, solution materialized:
Recently I wanted to set up better monitoring for our several FOEX webservers and decided not to use an off-the-shelf solution, since I wanted to have the analysis results in my Oracle Database, ready to be used by whatever internal tools we have.
This requirement pops up every now and then, time to put it in a blogpost so I can find it myself again when needed :-)
In various integration scenarios it is required to have users swiftly move between applications written in various technologies. This is very common for legacy Forms applications where some functionality is moved to APEX. From the Forms menu one entry could open a Form, another one an APEX page.
We recently upgraded a Web server from Oracle REST Data Services 2.10 to the latest version 17.4.1 . This might sound like jumping from the stone age to spaceships, but there have been only roughly 3 years between those two versions.
The good news is, ORDS ran fantastically stable for so long, and would have continued to do so even longer, but we wanted to use the latest and greatest features, hence the decision to upgrade.
During the recent SIOUG and HrOUG conferences past October, my friends Dario Bilić, Aljaž Mali and Dietmar Gabauer had a great Idea: why not establish a proper APEX conference for our neighborly region?
As soon as Dietmar returned to our office after the conferences, we set up a meeting with Dario and Aljaž and instantly agreed that we want to do this.
Our goal is to have a first class APEX conference, with top speakers from abroad and from the neighborhood. All that for a minimum cost. This conference should be accessible for every APEX fan in the region, even if they are not sponsored by their respective bosses and pay everything out of their own pocket.
There it is: April 20, 2018, will feature the first APEX Alpe Adria conference in Graz, Austria.
We picked Graz as first location as it is fairly easy to reach from a number of surrounding countries. So no matter if you want to come by plane, train, bus, or car, everyone will be able to get a connection.
I want to encourage all APEX speakers from anywhere in or around the Adriatic region to submit an abstract to this conference. Together we can provide a fantastic lineup and and interesting program.
We would like to see submissions from Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia, Austria, Bosnia, Switzerland, and everyone else who wants to visit a beautiful town and be part of the best APEX conference in the region.
Lots of fun, a great community and new friends are guaranteed.
Did I mention the low cost of just EUR 30,- for the Early Bird tickets? Go and get your ticket right now, there is a limited number available.
Everyone knows I enjoy going to conferences. Not only is this a chance to meet many people I know from blogs and twitter finally in real life, but it is also a great learning experience.
At some point, after listening to dozens and hundreds of presentations on various conferences, you might come to a point where you say: I can do this, too! I, too, have something I’d like to show and share.
Speaking of which, Kscope18 call for papers will end in a few days. Get your things together and submit an abstract there!
If you are new to all this, then following blog posts might be a good guidance:
If you are located in Europe and don’t get a chance to travel to the US for Kscope, then you can also consider the brand new APEX Alpe Adria conference in April 2018.
Recently I had to investigate a requirement, where a translated application to Serbian language was showing Cyrillic characters, whereas the customer wanted to see Latin characters.