Thursday, July 23, 2009

Metalink, Forms, AIA, Open World, EBS, BI, PeopleSoft, General Computing


Metalink is being retired, not without controversy, and we want our readers to have access too up to date information on this major event in Oracle Support history. Let's start with Chris Warticki's blog, where you can find an article on Why is Classic Metalink being retired?

Don't forget to make your voice heard by joining the discussion thread over at OTN and voting on the move though these links from from Chris' blog from last week.

Migrating Forms

Need to migrate from Oracle Forms? Lots of choices, and a sometimes complex programming and business choice to be made. There are some useful links to research at Grant's Blog this week.


Looking for good info sources on AIA? The official AIA blog gives us a batch.

Open World

Time to start planning for Open World. Have you started planning out your sessions? If you're like me at a conference you always wish you had a couple of clones available so you can attend all the sessions of interest at once. But, lacking cloning technology, at least you can plan early. The Structured Data blog, one of our favorites here at the Infogram, is announcing a set of sessions from the Real World Performance Group.


This week from Oracle E-Business Technology:


A good overview of OBI EE over at the Eye on Oracle BI blog.


The PeopleSoft Tipster brings us a continutation of their earlier material on REN: A Progress Bar within the REN Window

This article starts from a PeopleSoft application, but is really handy for anyone building a kiosk application: Automating Forced Windows Logout for Kiosks

General Business Computing

Web Worker Daily has a review with links to some free tools for audio and video editing. If you're like me, you don't need this capacity often enough to invest in even a shareware application, so having a free utility available is handy.

1 comment:

Eva Lona said...

That is a really informative Peoplesoft information.Thanks for posting.

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