Thursday, May 7, 2009

EBS, Linux, Fundamentals, Indexes, Hyperion


Big news from the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog this week:

Gareth Roberts over at the InDepth Apps - Oracle eBusiness Suite blog goes over the top eight new ATG features in the EBS 12.1 release.


A couple of videos availabe over at the OTNTechCast blog:



Jonathan Lewis, one of the most respected voices in Oracle technology has started what will hopefully be a series of postings on Philosophy (at least this one is lebeled Philosophy 1, so hopefully that means it's to be a series). You can find it at his blog here.

We haven't linked to Jonathan's blog in a while, and you will want to mine back in it a bit to find some other good material, such as this excellent posting on the fine points of how you collect statistics and its impact on the CBO.


Richard Foote continues his series on small table indexing  in Indexes And Small Tables Part IV (Treefingers). Love that term, Treefingers. Who knew that there were Ents in the data dictionary?

Hyperion: New Blog

There's a new Hyperion blog out there, In 2 Hyperion, with a few overviews on products so far, such as Hyperion Financial Reporting (OBIEE) Product Overview.

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