Thursday, October 30, 2008

Hyperion, CPU, Support, Stats, R12, Sad Announcement, JDE, Links


Looking for the compatibility matrix for Hyperion? The Look Smarter Than You Are blog gives us a link to a new matrix.

October CPU

Security patch time again, and this brief posting at Musings on Database Security has some interesting thoughts, and a plug for something I'd never heard of before called virtual patching.

Oracle Support

When you're looking for some good advice on Oracle support you really can't go wrong with Chris Warticki's blog.

Statistics, Lies and Video Tapes

Well, not actually all of the words in the title, just statistics, Oracle statistics, and some words of caution and a link to other discussions of the same at the Structured Data blog. And another discussion of stats over at Vivek Sharma's Database/SQL Experience blog.


Some good material on installing and cloning R12 over at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog.

RIP Carl Backstrom

I'm very sad to report that one of our regular sources of blog posts and a member of the Oracle family, Carl Backstrom, died in a car accident. You can read more about it here.

JD Edwards

The time is almost upon us for the switch to Metalink 3 as your online interface to Oracle support fro JDE. Read about it in this posting at the JD Edwards Advisor blog.


Links of note, from Eddie Awad, at his blog, on security and other happy subjects.

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