Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Ora-Click, Hyperion Docs, Performance, Oracle Mix, ADF

This new site, another product of the Web 2.0 movement, lets you vote for sites and submit Oracle news items you find interesting. Imagine how pleased I was to discover the first item on the page was...The Oracle Infogram. You'll need to register at to vote for us.


Looking for the docs? They're at the Oracle site now according to this from Tim Tow's Hyperion Blog.


Alejandro Vargas provides a script for running AWR reports at the recommended frequency.

Oracle Mix

A run-down on the year's events and improvements over at our Web 2.0 community for Oracle users and employees, Oracle Mix at the AppsLab Blog site here.

Accessing Google Calendar from an Oracle ADF Application

The Amis Blog brings us an article on using ADF to access Google calendar. Now if it would only allow stretching the time space continuum to accommodate more meetings!

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