Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Oracle PS Infogram This Week: Coding, Linux, JDeveloper, Solaris, Python, SQL Developer, WLS, Hyperion


This site has some awfully handy freebies, the Oracle Solaris 11 Compatibility Checker Tool, for instance, and other projects and code samples: Oracle Sample Code.



Shay Shmeltzer's Weblog brings us a demo on Passing Parameters Between Web-Services and JSF Pages.


The MarkusWeb[er]log lets us know about the First Ever Oracle Solaris Online Forum, coming up on April 14th.


There are several free books available online for learning Python. Please be careful when downloading any online freebies, I've noticed a trend toward the sites being on the riskier side of the Internet's tracks, but the comments and the ones I checked out for these books certainly seem to be okay: 6 Free E-Books on Learning to Program with Python.

Visualization, an agile development blog, has this intriguing article/script on Visualizing dependencies between Oracle objects (with Groovy & Graphviz).

SQL Developer

Oracle SQL Developer 3.0 is now production.

You can download the software from OTN, read the release notes and review all the latest docs and demonstrations.


James Bayer's Blog lets us know about some outstanding new resources available for WLS: A Few WebLogic and Exalogic Links to end March 2011, including the new WebLogic Information Center.

Data Warehouse

The Data Warehouse Insider is starting a monthly New Best Practice series that should be of great utility. They are looking for input from their readers for what people want to know. Please drop them a line.


in 2 Hyperion has some valuable insights on Smart View and IE8 Timeout.

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