Wednesday, May 7, 2008

BI, OBI EE Plus, Blog Spotlight, Oracle ECM, Linux, DBMS_Utility

Oracle BI Discoverer Release Details

As announced at the Oracle Business Intelligence Blog.


More BI, this time Oracle BI EE - APEX Integration using Web Services - Triggering Ibots at the obi-ee-plus blog.

Blog in the Spotlight:

H.Tonguç Yılmaz

This is one of the best Oracle blogs out there. I was thinking of which of the three excellent postings to put in the Infogram. Well, they're all good, so why not just go to his blog and do some reading. He has lots of good, hands-on guidance and experience to share.


Some good links to resources for Oracle ECM, the Former Stellent, over that the Fusion ECM blog.

Linux Tips

One of the signs of a good DBA is comfort with the OS. They don't just know how to install the product, they KNOW the OS. Here are a few Linux pointers at the Tyler Muth Blog


Finally, a note of caution about using DBMS_Utility to analyze at the Momen Blog.


Tonguç said...

Christopher thank you for your kind words. Best regards from Istanbul.

Christopher Gait, Oracle Infogram Editor said...

You're very welcome. Istanbul is one of my favorite cities in the world. Someday I'll come see how it has changed in the last 20 years.

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