Thursday, January 28, 2010

Hyperion, EBS, Storage, APEX, PeopleSoft, Programming


More valuable stuff from the 'in 2 Hyperion' blog. This time it's the start of a series on backup strategies for Essbase.

Essbase Labs blog has a quick trick for us this week: Smart View Features You Never Knew Existed - POV Printing.


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


There's a new series starting over at Kevin Closson's Oracle Blog: Oracle Database 11g Database File System (DBFS). Common DBFS Problems and Solutions. Part I.


This is an example from APEX over on the YABAOAE blog, but modifying Oracle metadata without specific instructions to do so from Oracle Support is always a bad idea. It doesn't always cause disasters, but then again a bomb left standing in a cornfield doesn't necessarily ever go off either--but that's no reason to plant it there, even if someone told you it improves the crops:The Perils of Modifying the Application Express Metadata

Over at Random Insights into Oracle there are some positive findings on APEX 4.0: Oracle APEX 4.0 + Ext JS = Happy Days


Programming Contest

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