Thursday, July 15, 2010

WLS, Hyperion, OBI, EBS, Internals, Data Warehouse


James Bayer's Blog has a great posting on measuring the time of various stages of the flow of client requests through WLS: WebLogic Server Screencasts - Where does the time go?


Ranzal & Associates Weblog continues a good practical series on ORACLE HYPERION CALC MANAGER – Part 2 – Creating a Planning Rule

Have some legacy add-in VBA hanging around and you haven't been able to sell it on either EBay or Craigslist and instead have decided to move it to a Smart View VBA add-in? The Essbase Labs blog may be able to help you out: Converting Legacy Add-in VBA to Smart View Add-in VBA


The Ritmann Mead Consulting blog has an excellent batch of articles on OBIEE 11gR1. Start with this one and you can work backward: New Visualizations, Dashboard Controls and Interactions


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

WebCenter 11g ( Certified with E-Business Suite Release 12

Critical Patch Update for July 2010 Now Available

RDBMS Internals

Tanel Poder is always to be depended on to give you the keys to the kingdom on Oracle internals, that dangerous and exciting realm of exploring inside the black box of our code. And here's a valuable exploration tool: The full power of Oracle’s diagnostic events, part 2: ORADEBUG DOC and 11g improvements

Data Warehouse

Keith Laker over at The Data Warehouse Insider blog breaks out his crystal ball for a spin aorund the future of analytics: The Next Evolutionary Step - Analytical Connectivity

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