Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Oracle Infogram This Week: Hyperion, Patchsets, Hugepages, APEX, ADF, Exadata, EBS, RDBMS, BI


Over at Rittman Mead Consulting we have a good blow by blow description of Vertical Fragmentation on Parent-Child Hierarchies - Drills from Essbase to Oracle Database.

Up until the 'drilling' part it sounds like something a cultural anthropologist might have written.


It's a frequent question: When's my patchset coming out? Upgrade your Database - NOW! blog has links to the solution in MOS: When will my patchset be released???


Kevin Closson has part two of his discussion of Linux hugepages: Configuring Linux Hugepages for Oracle Database Is Just Too Difficult! Isn’t It? Part – II.


(YABAOAE) Yet Another Blog About Oracle Application Express brings us some wisdom on integrating Oracle Access Manager authentication with APEX here: Custom Authentication Scheme for Oracle Application Express and Oracle Access Manage


Shay Shmeltzer's Weblog is a favorite source of mine on ADF, as you've probably noticed. This week we have: ADF Faces Dynamic Tags - For a Form that Changes Dynamically.


Oracle Partner Pythian will be holding a webinar on November 4th on their experiences with implementing Exadata. You can find more information at their blog here.


Brent Lowe's Oracle Apps Blog The Lowe Down has a concluding post to his series on new 12.1.3 functionality: Oracle EBS R12.1.3 Submit Request Delivery Options Button – Conclusion – 6 of 6


The Arup Nanda Blog brings us some of the experience culled from many years working with Oracle products, as presented at NOUG in October 2010: Real World DBA Best Practices


Speaking of conferences, the OpenWorld 2010 material is starting to trickle into the blogosphere. Jeff McQuigg has put up two of his OOW presentations on OBI at his blog: Achieving Great BI With Oracle BI.

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