Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Hyperion, JD Edwards, Performance


Learning about Hyperion? This Essbase discussion group is a good place to explore.

JD Edwards

Major JD Edwards additions to Oracle Accelerate program, as described at the JD Edwards Advisor blog.


Ever want to impress your friends at a party? Just read this article from the Oracle Optimizer Team and you'll be able to read SQL execution plans and make clever comments like: 'Oh, to taste all the appetizers in the buffet you're going to have to do a full table scan. You'd be better off taking one of each and indexing'. Don't be concerned if people move to the other side of the room. It's a sign of respect.

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