Thursday, January 14, 2010

Performance, EBS, Forms, SOA, WebLogic


We haven't linked to the postings over at Jonathan Lewis' Oracle Scratchpad in a while. As always, some really valuable goings on there. Examples:


This item is important for all Oracle RDBMS users, not just EBS:


People have been ringing the death knell of Forms for years. Forms does not seem to have noticed and keeps on churning away. Some discussion of the unanticipated vitality of the product is to be found here at Grant's Blog.


The PeopleSoft tipster has some hard-won experience to share on Restyling/rebranding HR9.1/Tools 8.50.


Sometimes we move where the knob is and when you reach for it, you need to read the manual to find out where it's got to. Or in this case you can read the Inside scoop on Oracle SOA Suite, BPM and EDA blog on SOA Suite 11g: weblogic.transaction.internal.TimedOutException: Transaction timed out after 299 seconds


Another good update over at James Bayer's Blog: WebLogic NodeManager Quick Start (including obligatory catchy image near the top of the posting).

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