Oracle BAM 12c Security Concept

Oracle’s BI application Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) is the choice to provide Oracle Fusion Middleware (FMW) users with business insights of all running processes and applications. Due to the fact that in a standard Oracle FMW infrastructure multiple applications are hosted on which different user groups are operating one can imagine that not all information should be accessible by all users. At this point user roles and permissions become an important topic within enterprise applications. This article will provide an overview of Oracle BAM Security Concept which can be used to restrict user access to different data and dashboard categories.

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Oracle Enterprise Scheduler (ESS) Unleashed

Der Oracle Fusion Middleware Stack beinhaltet eine leistungsstarke und vollkommen integrierte Enterprise Scheduler Lösung, Oracle Enterprise Scheduler (ESS). Es ist ein bekanntes 11g Produkt der Oracle Fusion Applications und ermöglicht, auf einfache Weise, die Definition einer Vielzahl an unterschiedlichen Job Typen (Java, PL/SQL, Webservices, uvm.) und deren Einplanung zu vorher bestimmten Zeiten. Seit Version 12c ist das Produkt auch in der Oracle SOA Suite verfügbar.

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Creating your own Oracle Metadata Repository (MDS) partitions

Just required some Oracle Metadata Repository (MDS) partitions for some testing. If you ever get to the same situation just use MDS_INTERNAL_COMMON.getOrCreatePartitionID procedure which is shipped with the MDS Schema when installing it using the Repository Creation Utility (rcu):

DECLARE
 lv_partitionID MDS_PATHS.PATH_PARTITION_ID%TYPE;
 lv_partitionExists integer;
BEGIN
 mds_internal_common.getorcreatepartitionid(
 lv_partitionID,
 lv_partitionExists,
 'foo'
 );

mds_internal_common.getorcreatepartitionid(
 lv_partitionID,
 lv_partitionExists,
 'bar'
 );
END;
/

After the anonymous block is completed you can check out your brand new partitions:

Created partitions
Created partitions