Wednesday, September 2, 2009

11G, Optimizer, ADF, PeopleSoft


The new 11g release 2 of the RDBMS is out! See details here, Linux only so far:


Another really valuable blog entry over at the Inside the Oracle Optimizer blog this week: What's Changed between my New Query Plan and the Old One? Behavior of individual pieces of SQL can be a really sensitive issue, particularly after an opimizer change, such as from an upgrade. This posting gives you some of the tools you'll need to compare explain plans.


Looking for a whole batch of demos for your ADF and JDeveloper work? Have a look at Not Yet Documented ADF Sample Applications over at the Dive into Oracle ADF blog.


Great article on Figuring out where your Financial Data came from over at the Grey Sparling Solutions blog.

While you are there, have a look at this article on: Protecting PeopleSoft against "Real-Time" Secure ID Snatching.

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