Thursday, September 3, 2009

Hyperion /proc, EBS, PeopleSoft


I found a new blog recently that has some good items: Ranzal & Associates Weblog.

Buried in the news and events on their main site (along with links to a whole bunch of webinars) is this really useful white paper: Hyperion System 9 Financial Management Subcube Architecture.

Better Life Through /proc

The old line from grainy documentary/industrial propaganda films was 'better life through plastic'. But Kevin Closson shows us how to find out a lot about an Oracle instance by exploring components in the Linux /proc directory. Give it a read here.


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

Critical Rollup Update for E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway Release 12.1.1


Ok, a link to a link to a link: Jim's PeopleSoft Journal has link to Rich Text Editor for PT 8.4x this week.

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