Thursday, May 22, 2008

JD Edwards, Case Studies, Performance, Bug, R12 Infocast, PL/SQL, TDE


There are some new article on JD Edwards available referenced from the JD Edwards Advisor blog.

Support Case Studies

It's always interesting to look at train wrecks, housefires, and support case studies, if they aren't your own train, house or instance, that is. H.Tonguç Yılmaz - Oracle Blog brings us some links to support case studies.


Over at the Pythian Group Blog there is a nice technical rundown on Resolving High Water Enqueue Contention.


I don't often post references to specific bugs, but this was one of interest to AiX 5L users, and many of our PS customers use that OS. The Momen Blog has a reference to ORA-27061: waiting for async I/Os failed.


Chris Warticki points out a very useful Metalink Infocast on R12 Support Resources for Installs and Upgrades.

Tom Kyte Answers a PL/SQL Question

When the master speaks, developers should heed (or risk the consequences). Good material on several flaws in programming PL/SQL with notes on how to do it right at the Tom Kyte Blog.


Two links from Peter Wahl, Senior Product Manager for ASO, on Transparent Database Encryption:


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