Thursday, January 15, 2009

Hyperion, EBS, MAA, Optimizer, APEX, PeopleSoft, BI Publisher, Resource Manager


Tim Tow has found another really neat tool in our Oracle Hyperion site, a place you can look up your Hyperion errors. He also has a nice two part series on how the Essbase Excel Add-On works, starting here.


This week at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:


Kevin Closson has been working with the Oracle’s Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) team for a year now, and has a very good opinion of them, one shared by many others, some of them not even family members or paid admirers. You can read about it here, and also find a link to a very useful paper on moving to Exadata.


Changes in SQL optimizer plans have made for their share Mondays (and not a few rought middles of the night). The Inside the Oracle Optimizer blog has the start of a great series on avoiding the pitfalls in Plan regressions got you down? SQL Plan Management to the rescue!  


David Peake has a good rundown on some of the books on APEX you can read on the long, cold nights of this winter (a winter that will see more global warming conferences called off due to ice and record low temperatures than any previous year) in a posting here.


Jim's PeopleSoft Journal has some good reading on using JavaScript in PeopleSoft in a manner that is both safe and sound, here.


Eddie Awad found some cool BI Publisher demos. Pass it on.

Database Resource Manager

The Oracle Applications DBA blog has some nice undocumented parameters and other goodies for the Oracle 11g Database Resource Manager.

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