Thursday, July 29, 2010

WLS, EBS, OpenWorld, OBIEE, Thinking, SOA


Have your errors emailed to your from the WLS log? Yes, you can do that. James Bayer's blog has a posting on it.


This week at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology

Update #1: EBS Plans for 64-bit Windows 7 Clients

Link Sysadmin Primer: Oracle Identity Management 11gR1


OpenWorld is growing on the horizon, as the Real World Performance Group reminds us on the Structured Data blog.


The Ritmann Mead blog continues its excellent series on OBIEE 11gR1: OBIEE 11gR1 : Incremental Patches to the RPD.


Cary Millsap cavalierly uses an example from elementary school fractions to explain clear thinking. I say cavalierly, because he assumes I remember elementary school fractions (I think I was in remedial shop class that year, rebuilding the shop after the the notorious bird house incident the year before. I'm not a handyman. If I install a towel rack we end up having to call in the fire department).

It's still a good read, as are all Cary's posts: Thinking Clearly is more important than the Right Answer.


Looks like there's another book out there to help you along. The SOA Suite 11g R1 Developers Guide announced at the SOA@Oracle SCA, BPEL, BPM & Service Bus blog (that blog name needs more acronyms, perhaps a fake one in the middle to see if people are paying attention).

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