Thursday, May 13, 2010

ADF, Data Warehouse, PeopleSoft, APEX, Blog of Note, Hyperion, SQL*Net, Avoiding Hold


Lots of good ADF postings over at Raghu Yadav's Weblog as usual. An example is this one:

ADF Taskflow Transaction Management

Data Warehouse

The Data Warehouse Insider has some links to podcasts and other resources on the Oracle Communications Data Model


A good tip on protecting PDFs in PeopleSoft over at the PeopleSoft Technology Blog:

Protecting PDF files and XDO.CFG


David Peake lets us know that APEX 4.0 Early Adopter III (EA3) now live! and you can give it a try here:

Blog of Note: Rittman Mead Consulting Weblog

You've often seen postings from this blog, and there are a batch of them out there now. They tend to have informative, highly technical postings to help users of our technology get their jobs done, which is exactly the kind of blog I like. Here are a couple of recent examples:

Adding Default Rows with OBIEE

Oracle EPM 11.1.2 – Essbase Calculations on ASO Cubes – Part 1– Using Calc Manager


A very handy posting for anyone involved in tracking store sales over at the Ranzal and Associates blog: Using Hyperion Essbase to Report Comparable Store Sales


A link from Tom Kytes blog to Jonathan Lewis' blog on SQL*Net compression that will be of interest to a lot of RDBMS users:

A SQLNet thing I probably forgot about...

Avoiding Hold

Hold happens. You sit there listening to the music and think: I could be doing something else right now. The Web Workers Daily blog came across a way to do just that. LucyPhone, an online application that will sit on hold for you and call you back when a person comes on the line.


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

EBS + 11g Database Upgrade Best Practices Whitepaper Available

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