Ravello or How Can You Speed Up Provissioning Environments for Acceptance Testing, Q&A, certification, R&D and more…


I'm involved in a project for a big financial company. The solution is technologically complex integrating a bunch of technologies such as business intelligence, business processes modeling, reporting, documents, ldap, single sign on, identity federation, relational database, html/javascript/kquery/knockout... Initially, the solution was designed to be provisioned in Oracle Cloud because the timeline for the whole project was … Continue reading Ravello or How Can You Speed Up Provissioning Environments for Acceptance Testing, Q&A, certification, R&D and more…

Apache: Service Temporarily Unavailable The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later.


You have this error and: your backend servers work perfectly (they respond ok by their ip:port) your firewall is open for http/s port/s Then maybe this can help you: /usr/sbin/setsebool -P httpd_can_network_connect 1 Enjoy 😉

Oracle Content & Experience Cloud Service: API REST Example


The following example shows how to make a REST API call to get folder information from ann HTML page: <html> <head> function UserAction() {     var xhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();     xhttp.open("GET", "https://docs-xxxxxx.documents.us2.oraclecloud.com//documents/api/1.1/folders/FDE2F2015454AB1596AF3404090B9CFF7042366FBD9C", false);     xhttp.setRequestHeader("Accept", "application/json, text/plain, */*");     xhttp.setRequestHeader("Authorization", "Basic " + btoa(document.getElementById('u').value + ':' + document.getElementById('p').value ));     xhttp.send();     alert( document.getElementById('u').value … Continue reading Oracle Content & Experience Cloud Service: API REST Example

Oracle Developer Cloud Service Local Maven Repository and Oracle Maven Repository


If your project utilizes Oracle libraries you can configure Oracle Maven repository under Configure Buil Job|Environment with your OTN credentials. If your project utilizes other Oracle libraries you can upload them to the project's local Maven reposository. In additio must update your pom with references to the local maven repo such as: <repositories> <repository> <id>maven.oracle.com</id> … Continue reading Oracle Developer Cloud Service Local Maven Repository and Oracle Maven Repository

Oracle Identity Cloud Service: “You cannot bookmark and access the /signin URL directly”


This message happens because you are requesting the sigin page directly while it is supposed that this page comes up as a challenge when you request s resource protected by IdCS in wich you are not logged in yet. Solution: Request a resource protected by IdCS such as an application or this url <youridentitydomainurl>/ui/v1/myconsole. If … Continue reading Oracle Identity Cloud Service: “You cannot bookmark and access the /signin URL directly”

Integrate sqlDeveloper with Oracle Developer Cloud Service Git Repository


Oracle Developer Cloud Service comes with Git repository. If you want your SQL project integrated with you can achieve it as follows: 1- Open sqlDeveloper ans select a connection 2- Goto Team->Git->Clone 3- Clone a DevCS repository with the Clone Wizard. In one of the steps you inform the path where the repo will be … Continue reading Integrate sqlDeveloper with Oracle Developer Cloud Service Git Repository

Push project to Oracle Developer Cloud Service


Create a new project in DevCS or add a new repo to an existing project and get the repository url (ssh or https), for example: https://javier.mugueta%40oracle.com@developer.em2.oraclecloud.com/developerxxxx/s/developerxxxxxx_prueba_5401/scm/prueba.git Now in your local machine: cd <yourworkingdirectory> git init test cd test git remote add cloud https://javier.mugueta%40oracle.com@developer.em2.oraclecloud.com/developerxxxx/s/developerxxxxxx_prueba_5401/scm/prueba.git git remote -v git pull cloud master cp -r ../scfcot/* . (copy source code … Continue reading Push project to Oracle Developer Cloud Service