Global Attributes can be declared to share variables and information between all the Portals.
Out of the box, one of the attributes is the wcSessionTimeoutPeriod responsible for the session timeout. My friend Daniel already blogged about
accessing this on his blog entry.http://blog.vassit.co.uk/knowledge/access-global-custom-attributes
Way of accessing in EL is still working as following
Very frequent we get issues of JDeveloper hangs.Then you need to close JDeveloper and restart. if you are developing and debugging, this problem occurs more frequently.This post tell how to make your jdeveloper with better performance.
1) Go to MW_HOME \jdeveloper\ide\bin\ide.conf and increase the Max heap size (Xmx).
//Set this option depend on your system configuration.I have 16gb ram, I prefer to set this.
2) Go to MW_HOME \jdeveloper\jdev\bin\jdev.conf and set the following parameters
// Increase your MaxPermSize
//Adds a memory monitor which helps in check current heap used by jdeveloper
//ADD the following JVM options towards the end of file
3 ) Disable the SVN versioning system that is built into JDeveloper.Uncheck the checkbox for Subversion for example support for GIT
4) Reduce ON-Save and AFTER-Save Actions
Go To Tools >> Preferences >> Code Editor >> Save Actions
Remove “Build After Save”
After that, Please restart jdeveloper.Your jdeveloper will give better performance
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