Thursday, February 12, 2009

Optimizer, EBS, APEX, MIX, Indexing, PL/SQL, Hyperion and OBIEE, RDBMS


After concluding a great series last week, the Inside the Oracle Optimizer blog is keeping up the quality, this week with a posting on  Maintaining statistics on large partitioned tables.

This week from the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology Blog:


The David Peake on Oracle APEX blog announces that: 


Are you in Oracle Mix? It's a great place to share ideas with other users and Oracle, praise, complain, network, you name it.


Richard Foote's Oracle Blog has some wisdom on Updates and Indexes, Part 1 here, and Part 2 just came out.


Tyler Muth is looking for some help testing a very useful piece of code at this blog:

Why not help out?

also in the realm of PL/SQL this week, there's a discussion of the performance impact of the NOT NULL constraint in PL/SQL over at The Momen Blog.

Hyperion and OBIEE

The Ritmann Mead Consulting blog details some experiences with combining Hyperion and OBIEE, a pretty common scenario these days.

Another great article recently from Ritmann Mead was this one on OBIEE High Availability - Presentation Services and Scheduler.


Tanel Poder's blog has a good posting on When was a table last changed?

Make sure you look down in the comments, too, where there are some other valuable pointers on getting this done faster and in various versions of the DB.

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