Fusion Order Demo with Social Computing Capabilities

A new version of the not too long ago published ADF and SOA Fusion Order Demo is available for download, featuring many WebCenter capabilities.


The Fusion Order Demo for WebCenter incorporates the following WebCenter services:

  • Document Library
  • Discussions
  • Announcements
  • Links (integrated with the Document Library)
  • Custom Links
  • Tags (integrated with the Document Library)
  • Custom Tags
  • Search (Documents, Discussions, Announcements, Tags)
  • Oracle Composer
    • Runtime page editing
    • Multiple resource catalogs (aka: business dictionaries)
    • Resource catalog filters
    • Composer extensions
    • Skinning of customizable components

The demo also showcases the usage of several public WebCenter APIs, including Composer and Oracle Discussion APIs.


E-Business Suite and the Fusion Middleware

If you’re an E-Business Suite customer, and haven’t see Lisa Parekh’s presentation at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco this year, you can take a look at her presentation: E-Business Suite Technology Essentials.

Her extensive presentation touches several interesting topics. A few of them:

  • Comparison of the Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11i and 12 technology stacks
  • Certified Desktop client tier configurations
  • Certified Application Server tier and optional external Fusion Middleware components
  • Apple iPhone applications
  • SOA Integration and enablement
  • Application Integration Architecture
  • Oracle WebCenter
  • New Oracle BI Publisher features

For more information take a look at her slides and refer to Steven Chan’s blog post.