Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Oracle Infogram This Week: Performance, OOW, EBS, APEX, Security, Coding, Fusion Middleware


Getting back to the basics of performance from James Koopmann over at Using the Oracle Performance Method.

Part II in a series by Craig Shallahamer over at his A W i d e r V i e w blog on IO Read Wait Occurrence Mismatch.


This week at Oracle E-Business Suite Technology:

ATG Live Webcast Event - EBS 12 OAF Rich UI Enhancements

The Eight Most-Important EBS Techstack Stories of 2010


Missed OpenWorld? At least you can find some of the materials from OOW on on Technet: Enterprise Manager Oracle OpenWorld 2010 Content.


David Peake brings us the latest kick-the-tires, neater than sliced bread demo page for APEX new features: 4.0 New Features Application.


Well, another week, another hulking vulnerability out of the blue: Telephony. Other than the obvious threat of human engineering which has been the classic platform for use of the telephone for nefarious purposes there is now a more direct, technical risk. Read about it from ComputerWorld: Recalculating the telephony security equation

Data Warehousing

The RNM blog came up with a whitepaper I had not seen before: Oracle Whitepaper – “Best Practices for a Data Warehouse on Oracle Database 11g”


Over at the Code of Our Lives blog there's a useful technique for Adding CLOB values to XML as CDATA.

Fusion Middleware

A good thorough rundown on basics and methods involved in: A Role-Based Approach to Automated Provisioning and Personalized Portals over at Technet.

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