Thursday, December 17, 2009

SOA Blog, ODTUG, PeopleSoft, BI, EBS, APEX

SOA Blog

Clemens Utschig-Utschig was quiet on the blog front for a while, but he came back with a roar (with his characteristic energy) at his new blog:

With a title like that, you know it's going to be good. And here's just a small example: Using the event api to publish an event programmatically.


The election results are out for the ODTUG board, as the Look Smarter Than You Are blog. It looks like a hotly contested result, and Tim Tow, who we frequently link to from here, has been bested for his place on the Development Tools User Group board by Mark Rittman, who we frequently link to from here.

Keeping in Touch With People Using PeopleSoft

Seems like a natural thing to do. The Grey Sparling Solutions blog has a fine article on creating all manner of Wikis and other things social using the Related Content Feature in PeopleTools 8.5.


Dynamic SQL is a tricky and extremely useful beastie. Read about it in Dynamic SQL query in Data Template at the Oracle A BI Publisher developer's diary... blog.


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


Over at the (YABAOAE) Yet Another Blog About Oracle Application Express blog there's a good discussion on Moving table data from SQL Developer into Application Express using XML.

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