Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Infogram This Week: Hyperion, EBS, WLS, Identity Management, ECM, VM, SQL, Performance, SQL Profiler, PeopleSoft


Looking for a way to link Oracle EBS with Oracle EPM (Hyperion) role based security? One of our SDMs found this valuable presentation recently:

To configure EPM System so that all of its functional security can be managed in the EBS UI, follow the steps highlighted in this document “Using EBS to Manage EPM Functional Security".


At the
Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog this week:

Offloading (Some) EBS 12 Reporting to Active Data Guard Instances

BPEL Certified for Prebuilt E-Business Suite 12.1.3 SOA Integrations

Customized Database Listener Names Now Supported for EBS


Brad Tumy lets us know how to recover from a pretty common and annoying error: forgetting the danged password on WLS: Recover Weblogic server admin password (on Linux).

Over at the
AMIS blog is concept I like: Oracle WebLogic: Configuring DyeInjection Monitor. And please don't tell people I recommended you inject dye into your servers. I know you are tempted some days to just pour coffee down the back of the unit and go home, but please resist the urge.

Identity Management

Talking Identity blog joins the burgeoning discussion of everyone's favorite buzz word of the year: cloud computing, with this article about Oracle's SSO: Future in the Clouds? How About Some ESSO-To-Go?


Oracle ECM Alerts - Product News & Information let's us know that the latest Quarterly Customer Update Webcast is coming up.


Wim Coekaerts Blog brings us some handy info on Using Solaris zfs + iscsi targets with Oracle VM.


We usually post links to valuable internals material from
Tanel Poder, this time around it's just some fun. Take a look at these oddments: Is this valid SQL syntax? :-).


Oracle performance legend
Jonathan Lewis takes on the heavy topic of cost once again: Cost – again .

SQL Profiler

I never thought of this, but
Kerry Osbourne did, and it's something worth checking into with your Oracle Sales folks. SQL Profiler is part of an add-on pack, not the RDBMS itself: Licensing Requirements for SQL Profiles.


There's a New PeopleTools Developer Book Available. See the link on Oracle's own
PeopleSoft Technology Blog.

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