Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Obfuscate, New ApEx Tool, BI

Obfuscated SQL Contest

Chen Shapira has had an inspiration for the Oracle Community, an obfuscated SQL contest. Join the fun! Many of you can think up some really obscure and horrid code that conceals totally what it is doing and what resources it is using. An unfortunate few of you will be able to simply extract your entry for the contest from the production instance. The contest is running (very appropriately) until April 1st.


Patrick Wolf over at the Inside Oracle APEX blog has an announcement of a new open source tool for integrating ApEx into Firefox the Oracle APEX Builder Plugin v1.9

BI, Standalone vs Embedded in EBS

BI embedded in EBS or standalone, Tim Dexter at the Oracle Bi Publisher Blog has a good summation. (Along with a well deserved complaint on MS Word).

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