Thursday, March 12, 2009

EBS, APEX, BI Publisher, AIA, Oracle Magazine, ECM


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

An important article on the Oracle support policy from Steven Chan this week

Other recent items at the blog:



The folks over at the Oracle AppsLab blog are trying out APEX on Amazon Web Services, a cloud computing effort that is cutting edge in about three different dimensions and might actually cost you some prototyping costs. Check out the article here.

BI Publisher

Over at the A BI Publisher developer's diary... blog there's a nice bit of code to experiment with for using 'bursting'. Check it out here.


Over at the official AIA blog, (cleverly concealed behind the title: The Official AIA Blog), there are several articles this week, including a very handy item on Custom Extensions to AIA Error Handling.

Oracle Magazine

The March/April issue of Oracle magazine is out (no, there's no centerfold with raw data). You can find it online here.

ECM Blog

Have you seen the new Oracle ECM Alerts blog? Well please do! It's here. And a sample posting (if you haven't already put it in your RSS feeds, is this: Site Studio 10gR4 viewlets and samples have been placed on OTN

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