Thursday, May 6, 2010

EBS, Taskflows, AskTom, PeopleSoft, Siebel, Indexing, Exadata, Primavera


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

Discoverer 11g Certified with EBS 12 on Five New Platforms

Database Vault 11gR2 Certified with Oracle E-Business Suite

EBS 12.1.1 Test Starter Kit now Available for Oracle Application Testing Suite


Andrejus Baranovski has several valuable postings of late. Example: Handling Exceptions in Oracle UI Shell and ADF Dynamic Regions


Working with taskflows? Raghu Yadav has several articles on the subject at his blog such as:
Refresh bounded taskflows across regions using InputParameters,PageDef Params

AskTom Turns Ten

The AskTom site is celebrating ten years of helping the Oracle community, as Tom Kyte notes in his blog.


Okay, you get up in the middle of the night. You can't sleep. You absolutely have to have some transient variable persistence. Jim Marion over at Jim's PeopleSoft Journal can fulfill that craving: FUNCLIB's and Event Scoped Variables


There are several postings of late at the Siebel Essentials blog. The latest is on the Gateway Name Server Audit Trail.


Richard Foote, the guru of things that branch and are not trees, shares this wisdom on Concatenated Bitmap Indexes Part I


There's a three part series available over at the Striving for Optimal Performance blog on Exadata Storage Server and the Query Optimizer

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3


I've yet to find any good Primavera blogs, but there is a quite active LinkedIn group. If you have a LinkedIn account: Oracle Primavera Special Interest Group (SIG)

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