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became part of Oracle Fusion Middleware as part of acquisition of BEA Systems in 2008.The JRockit code base and the Hot Spot virtual machine from Sun Microsystems (now Oracle) are currently being integrated, with the target of releasing a JVM with a combined code base around the release date of JDK 8.
Many JRE class files distributed with JRockit exactly replicate those distributed with Hot Spot.JRockit overrides class files which relate closely to the JVM, therefore retaining API compatibility while enhancing the performance (processing speed) of the JVM.that using JRockit can give significant performance gains.Server benchmarks on earlier Java Virtual Machines tend to show that server performance of Hot Spot was better, but that JRockit had a much better scalability.One of the biggest new features in BI EE 11g is the ability to create native mapviewer maps and then overlay reporting components/visualizations on top of maps.For example if you are doing a country based sales analysis, its easy to color code each country across the world right within the maps.
It is also possible to overlay pie charts, bar charts in the maps thereby providing an extensive visual analysis capability. Lets try to understand the integration through a simple example.In 10g, one had to go through some complex java scripting to achieve BI EE and mapviewer integration. Shown below is a report of Sales performance of 3 US states across 4 years.We would like to depict this using a map as shown below.As you see we have 2 visualizations applied on the same map.The first one is a different color coding for each of the 3 states depending on the sales performance.The other is a pivot representation of yearly performance for each state, all within a single map.