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4 Useful Features of Composum Browser

Composum Browser is an Open Source JCR Node browser for Apache Sling which bills itself as “the Swiss knife for the repository”. Composum Browser is included in Apache Sling since Sling 9 and is available in all versions of Apache Sling CMS. While Composum Browser certainly supports navigating the JCR repository structure in Apache Sling, it […]

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Migrating AEM Content with Groovy

Migrating content into AEM is nobody’s idea if fun. Creating experiences and authoring content in the powerful AEM authoring experience is great, but identifying, classifying and mapping legacy content? Not so much. AEM’s repository structure contributes to this challenge. AEM, being based on the Java Content Repository (JCR) offers a massively more flexible content taxonomy […]

Schedule Business Logic in Oracle Sales Cloud

In the Past In previous releases of OSC, if a record needs to update based on custom business logic then we may have to rely on external code that executes the logic and update the records in OSC through web services or update using batch data load. Now with R12 and R13, this approach has changed, […]

Integrate Oracle Database with EPBCS using Rest API

EPBCS uses a Lighter version of FDMEE Data Management to load the external data into application. Most of the EPBCS Implementation use File method to load the data, Hyperion Admin need to request the data in a delimited format file with fixed columns. Sometimes the turn around time for getting the file may be longer than expected or the Admin may […]

How to Use Groovy in a Mule Application

Mule ESB has been arguably the most popular and efficient open source Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) available in the market and its rich options of connectors, routers, filters, error handlers, transformers supporting multiple languages like java, JavaScript, groovy, python and ruby has elevated it to the indisputable ESB of the digital era. In September 2016, […]

Mobile App Roadmap for Higher Education Institutions using Banner/Ellucian

In this blog article, we look at the state of things with higher education mobile app ecosystem within the Sungard/Ellucian Banner digital campus family and how it will define the choices for the education institutes that rely on its services. The Banner by Ellucian product powers many higher education institutes throughout the world. Services such […]

Iterative BI + Gradle Tips and Tricks: Building a Custom Plugin

To build a custom plugin in groovy, do this.  I know this seems redundant, but it wasn’t as clear as it should have been. 1. Create a project directory.  Just a plain ol’ directory. Wherever you like. 2. Add the source file subdirectories: src\main\groovy\…  (with the package path you’d like to use.  We have src\main\groovy\com\perficient\gradle) […]

Iterative BI + Gradle Tips and Tricks – Plugins

Quick tip of the day: Use Gradle plugins to package up functionality for easy reuse.  For example, we developed a simple “database” plugin to handle the common tasks associated with building and upgrading a database.  Things like: build – create a new database from scratch. Runs the CREATE DATABASE and sqlcmd’s the full DDL upgrade […]

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Iterative BI + Gradle Tips and Tricks: A Primer on Gradle Objects

While the Gradle manual is extensive, since we’re not building an executable or the like from source code, many of the concepts are a little opaque.  Here’s a quick primer on Gradle for BI: Gradle is “project” based, with each project containing a set of inter-dependent tasks which in turn contain actions: The whole thing […]

Iterative BI – Building with Gradle

We’ve chosen Gradle as our build system for our iterative BI environment.  It’s a powerful tool, but there’s a bunch of awesomeness in there. Gradle uses Groovy as its scripting language.  Groovy is just plain great.  You get the power of the Java platform in a scripting language and can do things like this: def […]