Thursday, July 2, 2009

BI, APEX, EBS, My Oracle Support, Internals


Does bursting support translation (huh? ok, it's a BI thing I guess, I've personally never seen bursting and translation in the same sentence). Well, it does, according to this article at A BI Publisher developer's diary blog.


David Peake points out a good item at Chris Muir's blog on Stress and Load Testing Web Applications using apache jMeter.


Moving to R12? Already there? Have questions? Don't miss

Note: 824414.1 R12.1: Frequently Asked Questions related to the R12.1

And from Chris Warticki's blog we have a link to
FREE R12.1 Advisor Webcast

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


Another item from Chris Warticki's blog reminds us that the time is at hand to get ready for My Oracle Support.


I debated whether this falls more into internals (where Tanel Poder is an expert) or performance (where Tanel Poder is an expert). In either case this links page of his is something you should put in your favorites. Lots of goodies on both those topics to be found.

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