Thursday, August 27, 2009

JDeveloper, Patching, AIA, Clouds, UCM, EBS, Expensive Calculator II


Over at the Dive into Oracle ADF blog there's good news on the JDeveloper front: JDeveloper Maintenance Release Now Available


I've told you about Oracle Configuration Manager, the pipeline for many exciting changes in patching technology. Now here's another part of the puzzle, PSUs. You can read about them at the DataCenter Automation and Configuration Management blog: Revisiting Patch Management - Patch Set Update (PSU).


The official AIA blog takes us on a brief sojourn in the realm AIA and SOA artifacts visibility.


The Oracle AppsLab blog has an update on some of the latest Amazon activity on cloud computing, including the wonderful concept of having your own 'virtual private cloud'. I've wandering around in one of those for years.


The word is out, from the Oracle ECM Alerts blog, that Siebel Adapter for Oracle UCM Release 2 Now Available


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog this week:


A long time ago, people programmed on PDP-8 minicomputers that cost a fortune and labored mightily to produce complexity and throughput that are completely blown away by even the humblest of smartphones today. In those days they created a primitive calculator program (called Expensive Calculator) and a similarly Expensive Typewriter (all caps, crude editing, but it typed things out on paper). In the spirit of those days comes this posting at the Bex Huff blog on getting a web form to use massive Java libraries to labor mightily and produce: Expensive Calculator II, the Sequel: Web Form Tip: Add Excel-Like Calculation To Input Fields. Warning, some people think the very concept is patented, so please don't make it the core of your company's new online calculator empire, get sued, and blame the blogosphere. By the way, I'm patenting the concept of suing the blogosphere, too.

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