Thursday, July 1, 2010

EBS, Performance, APEX, SQL*Plus, WLS, PeopleSoft


After a brief hiatus, the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog is back, with a healthy crop of helpful postings:

Discoverer 11g ( Certified with E-Business Suite

Podcast on Building CRM with APEX

Liberty AV Solutions CRM built with APEX

Listen to this podcast to find out how a specialty cable manufacturer has built its own CRM application using Oracle Application Express (APEX), a database application development tool included with every edition of Oracle Database 11g. Gary Clark, CIO of Liberty AV Solutions, describes how the company leveraged APEX rapidly and easily to develop a Web-based application for handling interactions with Liberty's customers.


A very valuable heads up from Tom Kyte on a change in settings for SQL*Plus in 11g. By default it still commits on exit, but you can set it to not commit. But don't forget you did, or you may have scripts misbehaving.


A brief and valuable posting from Olaf Heimburger: Using OracleConnection in WebLogic Server


The folks over at PSST0101 found a link to a series of lectures/demos to check out, starting with one on combining sections. The versions are a little dated, but the price is right - freely available on the web due to the generosity of the University of Southern Mississippi.


Looking for a good Siebel blog? Siebel Essentials has a good flow of practical, hands-on technical articles. Example: A Quick Look at Quick Fill

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