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Creating RESTful Services with Oracle SOA Suite
Deb Ayers, Oracle Corporation
When: Thursday June 28, Session 18, 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: SOA

This session will cover common REST scenarios using the Oracle Service Bus, a component of the Oracle SOA Suite. The session will demonstrate how to create these RESTful interfaces and then use them as a facade over other components in a Service Composite Application created in Oracle SOA Suite 11g.

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Setting Up Ideal Development Environment for JDeveloper
Zeeshan Baig, Northwestern Memorial Hospital
When: Thursday June 28, Session 19, 11:45 am - 12:45 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

So you decided to move to ADF with JDeveloper 11g as your tool of choice. But now you are confused how to setup a proper development environment in JDeveloper 11g so you can work better in a group of teams. This session will provide basic steps to setup a development environment using SVN source control, Hudson, and Team Productivity Center, as well as share the experience of experts.

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An ADF Special Report
Luc Bors, AMIS Services
When: Monday June 25, Session 1, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

Oracle ADF is a very powerful framework for building enterprise applications. The framework, however, has no built-in solutions for reporting. In this session, you will learn how to fill this gap by using open source reporting solutions and solutions provided by Oracle.

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How to Bring Common UI Patterns to ADF
Luc Bors, AMIS Services
When: Wednesday June 27, Session 14, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

When working with enterprise applications, you want to have the same user experience that you know from for instance office applications and browsers. People know how to use the features that can be found in browsers such as bookmarking, favorites, and working with tabs. The search mechanism provided by Google, that uses suggestions based on the text typed by the user, is so common that people expect this in every application. And there are more of these UI patterns. In this session, you will learn how to implement some of the common UI patterns in your ADF application.

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How to Protect Against Spaghetti Architecture in Oracle Fusion
Jordan Braunstein, Visual Integrator
When: Monday June 25, Session 3, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: SOA

Are you tired of spaghetti architecture? Do you need to mitigate risks and increase adoption of Oracle Fusion? This session will walk through turning your Oracle Fusion pasta into a fully agile enterprise. Topics include: Bullet Proof Implementation Approaches to Oracle Fusion, Potential Oracle Fusion Pitfalls and Anti-Patterns, Introduction to Oracle Fusion Patterns, Agile Methodologies for Oracle Fusion Projects, and Cookbook for Increasing Adoption of Oracle Fusion.

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Reporting from ADF Applications - What are the Options?
John Flack, Synectics for Management Decisions
When: Wednesday June 27, Session 16, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

Learn how to add reports to your ADF 11gR2 application with JSF component libraries for BIRT and JasperReports and other methods. Get a look at the report design tools for these reporting libraries.

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Develop Mobile Apps for Smart Devices: Converging Web and Native Applications
David Folk, Oracle Corporation
Co-presenter(s):

Joe Huang, Oracle Corporation

When: Wednesday June 27, Session 13, 9:45 am - 10:45 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: Enterprise Architecture and Development

With the rapid advancement of mobile operating systems, developers can now use a variety of Web-based or device-native techniques to create compelling mobile applications to meet the demands of enterprise mobile users. However, to create mobile enterprise applications that support the mobile devices commonly found in enterprises today, developers basically have to develop the same application several times, using multiple tools, languages, and platforms. This session discusses how Oracle Application Development Framework and Oracle JDeveloper bring together Web and device-native technologies into a common and consistent development environment and deliver consistent and powerful composite mobile applications to end users.

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Install SOA Suite and Connect to E-Business Suite in 2 Hours
Jerry Ireland, Rightsizing
When: Monday June 25, Session 4, 2:45 pm - 3:45 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: SOA

All excuses for putting off connecting SOA Suite to E-Business Suite have been removed. It can be done in two hours, including download time, with no worries about possible conflicting technologies. Learn how to set up a complete SOA Suite environment connected to E-Business Suite. Learn how to build a simple SOA process to load information into E-Business Suite.

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Managing & Monitoring the Cloud
Basheer Khan, Innowave Technology
When: Thursday June 28, Session 17, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: AppsTech

Join Oracle ACE Director, Basheer Khan, as he explains the methods and tools you can use to proactively monitor your end-to-end Oracle environment in the Cloud.

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Application Extension and Customization Abstraction with FMW
Hilal Khan , Innowave Technology
When: Tuesday June 26, Session 9, 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: AppsTech

Are you nervous the E-Business Suite extensions you are building today may need to be re-built when you upgrade or move to Fusion Apps in the future? Are you nervous your extensions may prevent you from upgrading altogether? This session will cover the use of Fusion Middleware to develop extensions and custom components to work with current and future packaged applications. Oracle ADF, Oracle WebCenter, and Oracle BPM/SOA are all valuable tools that should be used to create new extensions so that they will continue to work after ERP upgrades and even if you migrate to Fusion Applications.

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Oracle JDeveloper and ADF: Coming Together for Forms and 4GL Developers
John King, King Training Resources
When: Tuesday June 26, Session 8, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

Oracle is creating Fusion Applications with ADF and JDeveloper. JDeveloper has become a robust development tool. ADF likewise has become a useful development tool reminiscent of 4GL tools like Oracle Forms. ADF's graphic and declarative features create data-based Java objects that can be mapped automatically to ADF's Oracle Faces GUI objects quickly and easily. Most "grunt work"code is generated by the tools. This session illustrates the ease of building applications with JDeveloper and ADF.

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The Tie That Binds: An Introduction to ADF Bindings
Peter Koletzke, Quovera
When: Thursday June 28, Session 18, 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

This presentation briefly reviews where ADF Model (ADFm) fits and how one of its components, ADF Bindings, allows you to quickly connect components from any user interface library such as ADF Faces and JSF Reference Implementation to business services such as ADF Business Components. The presentation provides details and shows examples of how ADF bindings work; how to automatically bind data elements to visual elements; what types of bindings are available; and where binding code appears. It also explains the basics of the expression language used to bind Model layer components to View layer components.

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WebLogic Server Application Security - Implementing the Superstition in JDeveloper
Peter Koletzke, Quovera
Co-presenter(s):

Duncan Mills, Oracle Corporation

When: Wednesday June 27, Session 12, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

This session explains Web application security concerns and techniques and discusses and demonstrates how to set up security support for ADF Web applications that tap into the Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) layer of WebLogic Server. It also discusses how to store user credentials, tap into existing Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) providers, and declare access for resources such as pages, task flows, and business components. It also describes how to set up declarative properties to hide or disable items based for specific user roles.

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Applications Your Way: Easy Application Extensibility
Christina Kolotouros, Oracle Corporation
When: Wednesday June 27, Session 12, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: AppsTech

This session is focused on agile, get-what-you-want extension and customization of packaged applications by putting design time @ run time capabilities into the hands of business analysts, using Oracle Fusion Middleware Composers.

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Different Strokes for Different Folks: Build a Composite Application Once to Serve Many
Christina Kolotouros, Oracle Corporation
When: Tuesday June 26, Session 10, 3:45 pm - 4:45 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: Enterprise Architecture and Development

Very often companies building a composite application or a Web site need a page to serve up different content depending on who logged in. Learn how to use personalization, role-based content, and content presenter to build a page in a composite application once that will serve multiple people and roles.

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Build a Compelling, Relevant, Optimized, and Content Rich Online Experience with Oracle WebCenter Sites
Christina Kolotouros, Oracle Corporation
When: Tuesday June 26, Session 8, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: Enterprise Architecture and Development

Oracle WebCenter Sites enables marketers to rapidly create multiple online experiences that strengthen customer engagement. As unauthenticated users browse, WebCenter Sites' powerful rules engine continually segments them and optimizes their experience. With a highly scalable Web content management platform, user generated content, customizable gadgets, and mobile delivery, WebCenter Sites is an exciting new addition to the WebCenter family.

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Extend Oracle WebCenter to Infinity and Beyond
Jake Kuramoto, Oracle Corporation
Co-presenter(s):

Chris Bales, Oracle Corporation
Noel Portugal, Oracle Corporation

When: Monday June 25, Session 5, 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: Enterprise Architecture and Development

Unleash your collaborative and social data using the open interfaces of Oracle WebCenter products. Build a mobile app in your SDK of choice or whip up a browser extension and plug in your WebCenter data. If you've ever wanted to extend your WebCenter data beyond the browser, this is the session for you.

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Advanced Administration and Management of Oracle SOA Suite 11g
Ramkumar Menon, Oracle Corporation
When: Tuesday June 26, Session 6, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: SOA

This session will help you master Oracle SOA Suite 11g administration by understanding the internal architecture of the platform. Learn best practices related to configuration management, performance tuning, fault handling, and general monitoring of Oracle SOA Suite 11g from the Product Management Team. Understand how various management tools such as Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition, and Java Virtual Machine consoles can be successfully leveraged in this context.

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Handling Binary Content and Large Documents in Oracle SOA Suite 11g and OSB
Ramkumar Menon, Oracle Corporation
When: Wednesday June 27, Session 15, 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: SOA

A technical deep dive into best practices, tips, and techniques around exchanging binary content and large-sized documents between your Applications and end systems via SOA Suite or OSB. Understand and compare features and approaches available for large document/binary content handling in different SOA Suite components (BPEL, Mediator, B2B) and the Service Bus well enough to make informed decisions in your Projects. This session also examines the impact on Performance and Capacity Planning.

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Real-World Performance Tuning for Oracle ADF
Duncan Mills, Oracle Corporation
When: Monday June 25, Session 1, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

This technical session will outline some of the key knobs and switches to understand and exploit in order to build performant Fusion-style applications with ADF.

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Debugging ADF Applications - A Workshop
Duncan Mills, Oracle Corporation
When: Monday June 25, Session 4, 2:45 pm - 3:45 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

Learn core debugging techniques for ADF-based Frameworks.

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The Ultimate Sales Pitch for ADF - On Strategic Importance and Practical Value
Chris Muir, Oracle Corporation
When: Monday June 25, Session 3, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

Imagine you're Oracle - why should you be interested in ADF - what do you need it for? How will it make you successful, with your Fusion Application and Middleware ambitions? This session will tell you in clear terms. Now back to you. You're not Oracle. You're you. Why should you be interested in ADF? What will it mean to you. Oracle ACE Director Chris Muir will present a one hour commercial on ADF - its strategic position at Oracle, the relevance for organizations around the world, and the concrete value it is providing in many sites.

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In a Nutshell: The ADF UI Shell
Chris Muir, Oracle Corporation
When: Tuesday June 26, Session 10, 3:45 pm - 4:45 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

Beyond the basic training on Oracle's JDeveloper 11g ADF, developers are left with an overwhelming list of options for presenting a rich application to users. Buttons, sliders, graphs, and more. Yet individually, these don't make an application, these don't make a user experience; how will your application pull this into a consistent look and feel, how will the application flow, how will they navigate in your application? This session will look at Oracle's ADF UI Shell, a working combination of page templates, menus, and application structure bringing the many parts of 11g ADF applications together into a living application experience.

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ADF Data Visualization Tips & Techniques
Chris Muir, Oracle Corporation
When: Tuesday June 26, Session 6, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

An old saying is "A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words!" This has never been more true than in the information overload we experience today. In this session, you will learn how to turn data into information by presenting it visually to your users through the use of Oracle ADF Data Visualization Components. A detailed discussion of ADF Data Visualizations will kick-off this topic followed by supporting demonstrations that will be the foundation for you to begin building your Web 2.0 Data Dashboards with these components. As a wrap-up, a glimpse at the future of ADF Data Visualizations will be presented.

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A Case Study of Redeveloping a Forms Application in ADF
Lynn Munsinger, Oracle Corporation
Co-presenter(s):

Grant Ronald, Oracle Corporation

When: Monday June 25, Session 2, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

This session shows Forms and PL/SQL developers how to map familiar concepts from Forms to ADF, and shows, with several demos, how to create applications in ADF. An explanation of each component of ADF is provided (data model, business logic/validation, task flows, ADF Faces, and charting components), followed by a comprehensive demo of each. Attendees will understand Oracle's roadmap for Forms, and at the same time, give them confidence and skills to take on their next project with ADF.

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Mobile App Development for Multiple Mobile Platforms: Develop Once and for All
Lynn Munsinger, Oracle Corporation
When: Tuesday June 26, Session 9, 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

This session shows how to develop mobile applications for different types of devices using Oracle ADF. A comprehensive demonstration will show developers how they can mobilize their own applications, or, since Fusion Applications is built on the same framework, mobile-enable Fusion Applications.

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JDeveloper and Oracle ADF, Faster and More Declarative than .Net or APEX?
Lynn Munsinger, Oracle Corporation
When: Tuesday June 26, Session 11, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

Java is complicated. It takes ten times as long to develop in Java as it does Forms. APEX is the king of RAD development. Statements you've maybe heard, or made yourself. Are those statements still true? How RAD is Java development? Do you need a deep understanding of Java to develop Oracle ADF applications? This presentation looks at how far Java productivity has come with Oracle ADF, and with a focus on live demos, not PowerPoint, gives you the information you need to answer the question: Is development with JDeveloper and Oracle ADF faster than your current tool of choice?

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Oracle ADF's Hidden Gem - Using Groovy in ADF Applications
Lynn Munsinger, Oracle Corporation
When: Wednesday June 27, Session 15, 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

One of the core benefits of Oracle ADF is how much it does for the developer without having to drop into fully-blown Java coding. But what if you could find a way of having the flexibility and power of Java, but still within the declarative features of ADF? This session shows how the Groovy scripting language can be used to give incredible flexibility to ADF's declarative framework features including validation, attribute value calculation, and customized message handling.

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The Secrets Behind the Fusion Applications: Are They Real, Can I See Them, & How Do They Affect Them?
Edward Roske, interRel Consulting
When: Tuesday June 26, Session 11, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: AppsTech

In this session, you'll get to see it in action for what is probably the first time. You'll leave knowing what exactly Fusion is, how it will save you 60 percent time over your traditional ways of working with ERPs like Oracle EBS & PeopleSoft, and how you can explain all this to your friends and coworkers. Join Oracle Fusion Advocate and Oracle ACE Director, Edward Roske, as he separates the marketing myths from the practical realities of Fusion Applications.

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Integrating Business Rules with SOA
Payal Srivastava, Oracle Corporation
When: Thursday June 28, Session 19, 11:45 am - 12:45 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: SOA

This session will include specific examples of how business rules can make SOA applications more flexible; including ways to let business users make changes.

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End-to-End Oracle ADF Development in Eclipse
Greg Stachnick, Oracle Corporation
When: Thursday June 28, Session 17, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: ADF

With Fusion Applications now a reality, interest in Oracle ADF development is at an all time high. In addition to the flexibility of runtime frameworks, Oracle offers a choice in development tools for ADF. In this session, attendees will learn how to use Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse to author rich ADF applications using standard JEE technologies, like JPA, EJB, and Web Services to build rich applications using Oracle ADF Faces and Oracle ADF Task Flows deploying to Oracle WebLogic Server. This demo-driven session will explore design time support for ADF dependency analysis, debugging, and refactoring to iteratively develop an application in real time.

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Design Time, Design Time @ Run Time, Personalization...What the Huh?
Floyd Teter, Innowave Technology
When: Monday June 25, Session 5, 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Topic: Fusion Middleware - Subtopic: AppsTech

This session will review the functionality, use cases, and architecture behind Design Time, Design Time @ Run Time, and Personalization. Learn the concepts and tools supporting each method and when to use what.

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