Wednesday, January 23, 2008

JD Edwards, Hyperion, EBS, CSS, ApEx, Hints

JD Edwards

Some new tools in an article over at the JD Edwards Adviser blog.


Tim Tow explains Why you can't use SQL to query Essbase


Steven Chan tells us that: Discoverer Cumulative Patchsets Now Certified for Apps 11i & 12


Christian Bilien has noted some odd behavior in Clusterware and is looking for others with whom to share notes. A very violent vocubalary in CSS, all kinds of 'split brains' and nodes shooting each other or encouraging shooting.


Dmitri Gielis, a major ApEx evangelist, speaks of some of the times when not to use ApEx.


No, not for housekeeping or communications, but hints in your SQL to change the Oracle optimizer's way of doing its work. H.Tonguç YILMAZ has a good article with some warnings and a handy way to turn hints off to diagnose a problem here.


Tonguç said...

Christopher I think you might do a Log Buffer :)

Best regards.

Christopher Gait, Oracle Infogram Editor said...

Teshekur edirim, Tonguç!

Yes, now that you mention it, the Infogram is very similar to Log Buffer in format on most items, pretty much a 'your blog of blogs'.

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