Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Hyperion, JDEdwards, Book Reviews, PL/SQL


The new 11.1.2 release of EPM is all the buzz on the blogs.

The Look Smarter Than You Are blog discusses fome of the new standalong applications that come with EPM 11.1.2: Oracle EPM 11.1.2 - New Financial Close Applications.

Tim Tow has some valuable tips in this posting: New 11.1.2 Information.

And a couple of items from Essbase Labs:

Smart View 11.1.2 – Ribbons


Smart View 11.1.2 – Connections

JD Edwards

A few notes and rumors on the product roadmap from Collaborate, with a prediction of more solid into in the Fall at OpenWorld over at the JD Edwards Advisor blog: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Roadmap

Book Reviews

The blog of the Amis Technology corner has a lot of good material of late, including two book reviews:

A detailed review of an intermediate advanced book: Oracle Fusion Developer Guide

and one on a very hands-on approach to SOA Suite:
Getting Started With Oracle SOA Suite 11g R1: A Hands-On Tutorial


We've mentioned the PL/SQL Challenge site here before, and it's worth mentioning again, as Eddie Awad does over at his blog: What Error

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