Thursday, July 17, 2008

iPhone, BI and Hyperion, Apps Troubleshooting, New Book

Oracle on an iPhone

Well, no, not the RDBMS, yet, but you can read about iPhone and Oracle Business Indicators - First Impressions over at the Vlamis Software Solutions blog.

BI and Hyperion

At Business Intelligence - Oracle, a multipart article (this is part two) on Drilling from HFR to BI EE passing parameters.


A good article describing the process of troubleshooting a problem with iProcurement catalog bulk load over at the Oracle Apps blog.

New Performance Book

There's a new Oracle performance book out, and it comes with a recommendation from Cary Milsap, and you can't do better than that. While you're over at Cary's blog, read everything. He's a genius.

Turf Wars

Finally, next time you have a grandiose turf war over a product release between IT and Sales, just settle it with nurf weapons like in this video.

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