Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram This Week - 11-MAY-2011

(This is a restored copy of the Infogram for this week. The original was lost in the recent Blogger outage).


A quick but handy hint on finding out the NLS_LANG_IN_SQLPLUS at Laurent Schneider's blog: What is the current setting of NLS_LANG in sqlplus?


The excellent Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog is back. Here are their recent updates:

Portal Certified with E-Business Suite on AIX and Windows

Database Certified with EBS on Nine Additional Platforms

Oracle Database 11gR2 Certified with EBS on Microsoft Windows

Also in the realm of EBS, please look over: Patch Requirements for Extended Support of Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11.5.10 (MOS Doc ID 883202.1)


Have you been waiting to work with encrypted tablespaces in GoldenGate? Well the release you've been waiting for is out asMiladin Modrakovic's Oraclue blog lets us know: Oracle GoldenGate version released.


Okay, so Glenn Fawcett is saying: Exadata drives exceed the laws of physics… ASM with intelligent placement improves IOPS. I didn't react to the IOPS, but I love working for a company that plays fast and loose with the laws of physics. Of course perhaps it comes down to quantum physics, in which case all bets are off and your transaction is both committed and not committed until you look at the log and collapse the timeline. Exadata is just darned fast. I think that's the key message here.


A great series is ongoing at Inside Oracle APEX by Patrick Wolf: APEX 4.1 – Error Handling Improvements – Part 1 |


Some information on a future release of MySQL from Oracle starts work on MySQL 5.6


Several good postings on BI lately, starting with a couple from Rittman Mead:

Real-time BI: An Introduction

And an announcement from the same blog: Oracle BI EE – Released and Available for Download, with the iPad app following on its heels here at oracle business intelligence obiee 101: OBIEE11Gr5 iPad app available

And finally a contest at Tim Tow's Hyperion Blog: Do You Have A Killer EPM Application? that I want to get the word out on.


I've been researching identity management and SSO for a client using Oracle SOA.

Here are some good blogs and discussions I've found:

Oracle FAQ on Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Oracle Access Manager

Oracle SOA, Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle Enterprise Repository, Oracle Service Registry, ADF

Readers Question >> What is difference between SSO , OSSO , OAM SSO

OTN Thread: OAM SSO integration with BPEL Worklist

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