As part of Oracle’s strategy to improve customer communications, Oracle is pleased to introduce a new set of notifications: Production Event Notifications.
There was some good discussion recently on the WebCenter Content OTN forums regarding how to hide the Status field on the Content Information page.
William Phelps posted a solution also using rule side effects (but a much more elegant solution):
Is there a way to stop Eclipse from mangling the comments in my source files? My main issue is stopping it from word wrapping them. I’ve managed to configure Eclipse to not word wrap any code, but it still seems to do it to comments.
Use /*- (note the hyphen) at the beginning of the block comment, and the formatting won’t be affected if you format the rest of the file.
In February 2017, Oracle launched Oracle WebCenter Portal Cloud Service which is WebCenter Portal delivered in the Oracle Public Cloud. WebCenter Portal Cloud provides cloud-based provisioning and management of hardware and software. It is built on top of Oracle Java Cloud Service (JCS) and Oracle Database Cloud Service.
The core Oracle Public Cloud Services including Java Cloud Service, Database Cloud Service, and Storage Cloud Service offerings are available in two ways: Metered and Non-metered. This post will attempt to explain the differences using Java Cloud Service as an example.
Metered services are a pre-paid offering, also referred to as “a-la-carte” or “committed” offerings. A metered cloud service like Java Cloud Service or Database Cloud Service is where you are charged based on the actual usage of the service resources on an hourly or monthly basis.
Non-metered services are a subscription based offering, also referred to as “standard subscription” or “un-committed” offerings. A Non-metered service is essentially a monthly or annual subscription for a fixed service configuration which you typically cannot change.