Thursday, January 10, 2008

Fusion, PeopleSoft, CSS, Hyperion, JD Edwards, OWB

Stealth Fusion

Ok, nobody is talking about Fusion. So here is Stephen Chen on Fusion. But he didn't mention it. And I didn't link to his article either.


David Kurtz offers some insight on PeopleSoft and temporary tables.


Customer Self Service (CSS) has an Oracle blog now.


There's a new Hyperion blog out here. I love his subtitle to the blog. I wonder if this makes Oracle some kind of sun god by buying Hyperion? Have to ask our theology department.

Tim Tow has taken over the Hyperion Advanced Security Manager application while it is in transition. You find out more details here.

J D Edwards

There is a new series of articles starting at this blog on the transformation of J D Edwards after its acquisition by Oracle.


There's an Oracle Warehouse Builder blog you should check out if you are working with that product. For instance here is a link to an article on the 11G Heterogenous Agent there.

I guess I've just watched too many second-rate movies in my life. When I hear 'heterogenous agent' I think it's some guy who started out spying for the Soviets, got compromised by the Albanians, but really turned out to be working for the Chinese the whole time.

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