Thursday, July 16, 2009

July CPU, Siebel, Hyperion, AIA, My Oracle Support, EBS, Coding Standards

July CPU

The July CPU is out. Looking for a good place to start the testing process? This is it.


Alberto Dell'Era's blog has some experience to share on tuning Oracle for large Siebel systems. Have a look and see what you think.


Testing Hyperion 11? There are a lot of good features to make the move worthwhile. Part two of the series on Hyperion Release 11 Architecture and Installation at the 'in 2 Hyperion' blog.


My Oracle Support

How do you feel about it? Love it? Hate it? Think it would taste better on toast? Voice your opinion and/or vote on it at the links provided over at Chris Warticki's blog.


A treasure trove of updates this week over at the E-Business Suite Technology blog:

Tablespace Encryption Certified with EBS 12

Coding Standards

Another voice is added to the chorus of objection to the notorious 'when others then' error handling, that of Chen Shapira at the I'm Just a Simple DBA blog. And yes, it's confession time and back in my developer days (it was a while ago, we used mastodon parts in the servers back then) I did indeed use this horrible shortcut. There, it's out, and I feel much better for having confessed. But any code I left behind is still out in the wild, puzzling users about just what exactly DID go wrong in the batch job last night.

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