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python programming tutorial - create pydev module
Video Transcript for How to Install PyDev Plugin in Eclipse Introduction: In this Python training video, we will demonstrate you how to install PyDev which is a plug in you can use within the Eclipse environment used to develop Python programs. Section 1: Install PyDev: This is the Eclipse integrated development environment and the first thing […]

OBIEE-Training-Tutorial
This OBIEE video tutorial demonstrates how to create Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). A KPI is a visual indicator that quickly shows how actual measures are performing against targets. With KPIs, you can: Alert users through agents when KPI metrics reach a particular threshold Create analyses based on the KPIs, adding dimensions to the KPI if […]

How to use Java Switch Statements
This video tutorial demonstrates how to use the Java switch statement with the String data type, which is new to Java 1.7. In Java 1.5 and 1.6, you would use an enumeration instead. This Java programming training video also shows you how to create an enumeration variable, using it in conjunction with a switch statement […]

OBIEE Trainng Tutorial
This OBIEE video training tutorial demonstrates how to create a simple analysis that uses a sectioned report as well as analysis prompt. We will also apply conditional formatting to highlight certain fields if the revenue value is a certain value or higher. Tags: obiee 11g, obiee 11g analysis, obiee 11g prompt, obiee analysis, obiee prompt, […]

Oracle-ADF-Training
Oracle ADF makes authentication and authorization easy via a nice graphical interface. During development, you can use the builtin file-based policy store called jazn-data.xml. You can then later swap out your authentication provider, using something a bit more scalable such as an LDAP server or custom database store. ADF also provides a default HTML-based login […]

JDeveloper Training
Securing your Oracle ADF pages, task flows, entity objects and attributes is an integral part of any robust ADF application. The Oracle WebLogic container provides many authentication providers for you to choose from, and since you can seamlessly swap them out after creating your application, you can opt to stick with using the jazn-data.xml file during […]

Oracle performance tuning can include speed performance, memory usage, cpu, general i/o or reads and writes specifically.  Sometimes it is the Oracle database that needs to be fine tuned or the application using it but it always reducing resource usage by the database. When tuning Oracle systems, consider individual susbsystems and application modules rather than looking at the system as a […]

Oracle Training on Oracle SQL
This Oracle SQL training video tutorial demonstrates how to perform inner joins, outer joins, and self joins to access data from more that one Oracle table where the join conditions contain NULL values. A relational database consists of SQL tables, and oftentimes SQL tables’ columns have relationships with each other. For example, if you have […]

Apache-Derby-Database-Using
This java video tutorial demonstrates how to start the Apache Derby database network connection and to create a Derby database. We also show you how to create a JDeveloper connection to a Derby database. The Derby database is a free database provided by Apache. It has a very small memory and disk footprint. It is […]

learn-jsf-videos
This JSF tutorial will demonstrate how to create a Java Server Faces application using Oracle JDeveloper. JSF uses MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture to separate the business logic from the view layer of an application. Java Server Faces, otherwise known as JSF, is a Model-View-Controller framework that allows you to create applications that separate business logic from […]

learn-jsf-videos
Java Server Faces, otherwise known as JSF, is a Model-View-Controller framework that allows you to create applications that separate business logic from the view layer. MVC architecture allows applications greater scalability, since changes in any business logic will not affect what the end user sees. In addition, the view layer can be rendered in several […]

how-to-java-videos
Sometimes you want to take a Java object and persist it, perhaps to a file to be later recreated as an object again. The Java ObjectOutputStream class allows you to do just that. It takes a Java object and flattens it out into a stream of bytes. You can then save it to a file, […]

Learning Oracle ADF Videos
Oracle ADF contextual events allows a component to publish an event and have multiple subscribers. A good use case would be if you have multiple regions within a JSF page and you want them to be able to communicate with one another. Granted, you could pass information around using page parameters, but if you’re working […]

Oracle ADF Training
EnterpriseDB would like to aquire MySQL from Oracle but Oracle is not too interested to grow MySQL, which it obtained as part of its Sun Microsystems acquisition in January 2010.  There are 12 million active MySQL installations today and Oracle makes a large amount of its revenue from selling its eponymous RDBMS.  RDBMS is a key […]

Learning Oracle ADF Videos
If you have a very complex hierarchy with several levels of navigation, this could be a maintenance nightmare - unless you use a menu model!

OBIEE-Training-Video
Oracle Business Intelligence (OBIEE) is a very powerful Oracle-based tool that analyzes data across multiple dimensions.

Learning Oracle ADF Videos
In this Oracle ADF Training tutorial you will learn how creating Oracle ADF Rich Faces components is a common task for implementing dynamic web pages. You might want to create a page where the end user can dynamically add as many rows of input components as necessary. Why limit them to a static number of […]

Oracle-Apex-video-tutorial
Oracle BI Publisher is a great tool to create nicely-formatted reports. In this Oracle Apex Training Tutorial, you will learn how to configure Oracle Apex to harness the power of BI Publisher. All it takes is a little configuration on the front-end, then you’re ready to go! This is a simple but powerful Oracle Apex […]

Oracle ADF training
In this Oracle ADF Training Tutorial you will learn how to set up and display parent-child relationships between different components. In Oracle ADF 11g, you often need to display parent-child relationships between different components, such as tables and trees.

Learning Oracle ADF Videos
Oracle Tips and Tricks Oracle ADF allows you to easily create master-detail components easily using drag and drop features. Simply drag a child view object instance from the Data Control Palette and choose Master-Detail from the context menu. You have several ADF Faces components to choose from –any combination of master-detail forms and tables. Master-Detail […]

Oracle Training
Below is a quick tutorial to show you how to install the Oracle 10g XE database.

Fix-DHCP-Error-in-Oracle
DHCP means that an IP address is dynamic – that is not what we want! An Oracle database installation on Windows expects a “stable” or “static” IP address for several reasons. For example, Enterprise Manager depends on a static ip address so end users can reliably access the web interface always with the same URL.

how-to-java-videos
Oracle JDeveloper is a very powerful IDE for developing Oracle, Java, and other technologies.

Oracle Training
The SCOTT schema is a small Oracle database schema that allows you to play around with several tables.

Learning Oracle ADF Videos
Keep in mind that ADF uses MVC (model-view-controller) architecture, which means the back-end business implementation is separate from the "view". In most cases, the "view" will be a web page, implemented with JSF. Perhaps you also want to access business objects programmatically through a stand-alone Java console or Swing application.