Monday, February 25, 2008

JD Edwards Miscellany, EBS News, Higgins

JDE Links of Interest

The JD Edwards Advisor blog has a set of links to several items of interest to both JDE users and general Oracle enthusiasts (you know who you are): here.

EBS News

Stephen Chan announced the release of Apps Management Pack 2.01 for EBS 11.5.10 and 12.0. Also of note at Stephen's blog (everything is of note at his blog, it's a great blog and you should just subscribe to it): Optimizing R12 Performance via OC4J Load-Balancing, by Prasad Akkiraju.


No, it's not the name of the butler who did it in an English detective novel, it's a "software framework that enables developers to integrate user-centric identity technologies and protocols into their applications." Clearly a traditional British butler would never try to do that, since it smacks of an egalitarian attitude toward data. You can read all about it at Nishant Kaushik's Talking Identity blog.

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