Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Oracle Infogram This Week: EBS, Exadata, APEX, Security, Hyperion, Siebel


The latest from the Oracle E-Busines Suite Technology blog:

Heads-Up: Preparing for E-Business Suite 12.0 Extended Support

Web Cache Certified with EBS R12 on IBM Linux on System z

E-Business Suite Certified with DB on HP-UX Itanium and IBM AIX on Power

Understanding EBS Support Windows, Redux

Mismanaged Session Cookie Issue Fixed for EBS in JRE 1.6.0_23

EBS 12 OA Framework Training Now Available from Oracle University

Maintaining Your EBS Environment for Maximum Performance

Running Oracle E-Business Suite on Exalogic Elastic Cloud


Over at the Oracle Nerd we have a pointer to a video on new Exadata features: Video: Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression.


The APEX 4.0 books are starting to come out, as Surachart Opun lets us know: Oracle APEX 4.0 Cookbook Book


Just when you thought it was safe to back in the waters of the shared pool, another sneaky attack vector. The Oracle Product Security Blog lets us know about it: A New Threat To Web Applications: Connection String Parameter Pollution (CSPP).

And over at the Security Inside Out blog there's a run-down of the most typical problems. I'll guarantee that none of these will bite your company until they do. And while you're parsing that sentiment, here's the link: Steps to Mitigate Database Security Worst Practices.


Did you know there is a maximum number of times you can add and delete dimensions in an ASO cube? So begins the Glenn Schwartzberg's Essbase Blog posting on this topic: ASO Dimension Deletion Limit.


Siebel Essentials is in the midst of a series of 24 tips for those new to Siebel, as well as some that even those of guru-like experience levels may find new: 24 Siebel Tips: #15 Drag'n'drop attachments.

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