Thursday, October 1, 2009

Hyperion, EBS, AIA,, Forms, Performance


A handy posting today over at Tim Tow's Hyperion blog on Running Essbase on an Alternate Port.


This week over at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

Using Transportable Database 11gR1 with E-Business Suite

Database Vault Certified for E-Business Suite on Windows Platforms

Firefox 3.5 Certified with E-Business Suite


Several valuable postings at the Official AIA Blog, including this one on AIA 2.0.1 and MLR # 18


Using Forms? There's a link to a webcast on Web cast with Oracle Forms Support Experts coming up on October 7th at OTN over at Grant's Blog.


Jonathan Lewis has been one of the leading lights of Oracle performance for as long as I've been involved in it. His blog is always worth a look. For instance this posting with links to forum posts on processes. Is it really a good idea to use the overkill approach and allocate lots of processes up front 'just in case'.

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