Thursday, July 24, 2008

New Essbase, Optimizer at Open World, BI, New Blog, Mix Voting, XQuery, JRE, TKPROF on Giants

Essbase 11.1.1 is Out...

As Tim Tow tells us over at his Hyperion Blog.

The new release is also the buzz at the Be Smarter Than You Are blog.

Open World Optimizer Presentation

Want to see if the Oracle team that does the optimizer has computer DNA and Borg nanoprobe attachments? Here's your chance! They'll be at open world discussing the 11i optimizer according to this blog posting.


Tim Dexter over at the BI Publisher blog tells us how to track down parameters.

New Blog

There's a new Oracle Certification Blog out there that will be worth adding to your RSS feed.

Votes from the Mix

The voting is in on what sessions folks want over at Oracle Mix according to the Grey Sparling Peoplesoft Expert's corner.

Peoplesoft and XQuery

Good practical notes on using XQuery in Peoplesoft over at Jim's Peoplesoft Blog.

JRE Update

Have you updated your JRE on the client of late? The aut disce, aut discede blog warns that there are nasty vulnerabilities out there and provides some notes on the new versions of the JRE.

Taking the Pulse of a Giant: TKPROF

So what if you need to use TKPROF on a file, but the trace file is larger than 2 GB? Probably not a very rare thing in these days of huge and growing huger systems. The Oracle Applications DBA Blog has a solution: pipes!

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