Thursday, September 4, 2008

Hyperion, OWB, Internals, Firefox, Weblogic Security, Pruning


Tim Tow has a couple of good recent postings:

Some thoughts on installing the new version (with a more detailed series of postings to come).

and a reminder about the Essbase docs.


The Oracle Warehouse Builder blog as a notice on the release for


In yet another cool internals post, Tanel Poder dives into the depths of resource usage on writes to system tables.

Firefox Search Extension for Oracle

Eddie Awad is very pleased by a Firefox extension called Ubiquitous that lets you use powerful search tools inside the Oracle documentation. He talks about it here.
I upgraded to Firefox 3 and had it destroyed my RSS feedlist in Sage and now it's not displaying read/unread items in folders, so I'm in a less Firefox friendly mood. About the best I can say is that it stinks less than IE and Chrome.


Using Weblogic? A vulnerability announcement today on the very valuable The Oracle Global Product Security Blog.

Paritition Pruning

A nice in-depth item on partition pruning (no, not in cubicle, much as you'd like a better view) from Richard Foote, the indexing guru.

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