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    • The new option Reload on Submit has a lot of benefits to it. One of the more noticeable ones to end users is that when it's set to Only for Success the page will be reloaded only when all the server side validations pass. This means that if one of the validations fail the user will still remain on the existing page without it being reloaded.
      Topic : Page Processing
    • Key to solving deductive logic puzzles is coming up with a strategy for identifying and discarding possibilities in a systematic fashion.
      Topic : Deductive Logic
    • Quiz on Tables (20326)
      11 hours ago
      When you create a table, Oracle Database will place it in the default tablespace for that user. You can specify a different tablespace in the create table statement. The syntax to do this is:create table <table_name> ( ...) tablespace <tablespace_name>;
      Topic : Tables
    • When you fetch from a cursor whose SELECT contains a cursor expression, you do not have to open the cursor; that will be done when you fetch the row. In addition, cursor variables to which the expressions are assigned will be automatically closed when the cursor they were fetched from is closed.
      Topic : Cursor Expressions
    • A scalar subquery expression must be enclosed in parentheses, even if it is used as a function argument and thus within a set of parentheses already.
      Topic : Scalar Subquery Expressions
    • Place Shopper Orders
      29 hours ago

      (6:24)  Use the Agent console to place an order for a shopper, or complete and already in-process order in a shopper’s cart.

    • This presentation provides an overview of the lease accounting standard as per FASB ASC 842 and IASB 15 Leases and provides high-level direction on JD Edwards planned support for this standard.

      Please carefully note the Safe Harbor Statement indicating that this presentation is for information only and makes no commitments of any kind.

    • This recorded demonstration will highlight two things. First, it will show you how to add a WebLogic Domain - along with its partitions, clusters, servers, application deployments and resources - to Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c. Second, it will highlight key functionality that Cloud Control offers administrators for monitoring, administering and managing domains - regardless if the domains are running on-premises or in the cloud.

    • Explains tasks and issues, then explores the Agile tab by showing how to perform some typical Agile tasks, such as creating an Agile board, creating a backlog of tasks, issues, or enhancements, Creating, starting, and completing a sprint, viewing reports about completed sprints.

    • Describes what Maven is and familiarizes participants with basic Maven concepts, such as the pom.xml file and Maven project structure, repositories, dependencies, goals, and plugins.  Participants see why Git is used as the primary source code management tool in  Oracle Developer Cloud Service.  Participants become familiar with just the Git commands they’ll need to complete the second exercise - git clone, git add, git commit, and git push.

    • Explains how Git is used for source control management in Oracle Developer Cloud Service projects.  Participants see how Maven is used with the Hudson build system in the Build tab and how it is used to define and maintain project structure and for build tasks defined as goals.  After watching the video, participants can complete Exercise 2.

    • Walks participants through the second exercise, showing them what they need to do to complete the second exercise.  They see how to create an Oracle Developer Cloud Service with an empty Git repository using their Cloud account, clone that repository to their local machine, and populate it with source files from a downloaded application.  Then, they will commit and push the files to their project's repository in the Cloud and verify that they were successful.

    • Pprovides high-level descriptions of the videos and exercises

    • Describes the Agile development process and explains why it came about.  Participants see how teams can adapt and use Agile processes to develop products in their organizations. Agile terms, including scrums and scrum roles, boards, sprints, and user stories, backlogs and burndown charts, and, “Done” are defined and explained.

    • Describes what Oracle Developer Cloud Service, identifies some of its core capabilities, defines a project, and briefly explores the role Git repositories play in projects and in the service.  Participants are shown how to create a project with an empty Git repository

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