Thursday, March 4, 2010

EBS, Blogs of Note, SOA, Oracle Support, Business and IT, APEX, ADF, Hyperion


At the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog this week:

Blogs of Note

Kevin Closson singles out the Oracle-Base blog as one of his favorites, and Kevin's blog is one of my favorites, so I'm passing it along. This is a real technical treasure trove. Consider these samples:


Over at the Inside scoop on Oracle SOA Suite, BPM and EDA blog we have a link to a good technical article: Setting Web Service and JCA Adapter Endpoints Dynamically in Oracle SOA Suite

At the same blog we find the start of a series on advanced fault handling.

Oracle Support

Chris Warticki has moved his postings to Oracle Communities, which makes getting a login there worthwhile by itself. But he is still posting links to his postings at his blog. This one is entitled: Support Synchronization - Best Practices .

Business and IT

Over at the Tech Demo Guy blog there's a good quick set of 5 Rules for Selling Technology to Business Audiences. Worth a read.


Anton Nielsen brings us a technical hint at this blog: APEX Refresh Classic Report Region AJAX style.


Keeping the users out of trouble by Integration in Oracle ADF with ADF Task Flows and Dynamic Regions Pending Changes at the Andrejus Baranovskis's Blog.


As Glenn Schwartzberg's Essbase Blog tells us, Kaleidescope is already on the horizon and closing fast on our position. Time to figure out what you want to attend. As I always found at technical conferences, there's always too much interesting stuff going on. There's only one solution, but cloning technology and phase-shifting to attend two events at once are still a ways off. The next best thing is reading up on the schedule in advance and make up your mind.

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