Thursday, October 15, 2009

Classic MetaLink Retires Nov 6: Essential My Oracle Support Customer Training Now Available

Contributions by Sherron Garnett, Infogram Contributor



Classic MetaLink Retires Nov 6: Essential My Oracle Support Customer Training Now Available



During the weekend of November 6–8, 2009, My Oracle Support, Oracle's next-generation customer support platform, will be upgraded and Classic MetaLink will be retired. Oracle is providing free training on My Oracle Support to help customers through this transition. Read more here here to learn about the training available.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anybody know how we can club together to prevent Oracle from retiring Classic Metalink?

I think I am not alone in thinking that it is slow, fraught with bugs and causes issues for some places where Flash is not allowed.

Christopher Gait, Oracle Infogram Editor said...

There are several channels for this. You can put in a feedback with specific concerns about the change (Flash security, for instance). You can join discussions at the Oracle Forums or on several other social networking sites such as Oracle Connect. You can also work through your Oracle account team and let them know your specific concerns. As with anything new, you gain some things, you lose some things. Hopefully we will lose problems and gain features in a greater amount than we gain problems and lose needed features.

bozzo99 said...

Well it's the 9th and neither works.
thanks

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