Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for Week of 20-MAY-2011


Over at
shutdown there's a handy rundown on: How to call an external C function from within Oracle.

As they say in the commercials: Closed track. Professional driver. Attempt at the risk of life and limb.

Well, perhaps not that dire, but remember that you are working in an area of the DB that is fairly exotic and the errors you encounter may be equally abstruse, particularly if you don't document everything well.

Over at
Charles Hooper's Oracle Notes we have nice techie exploration of Large Page Support or Not – ORA_LPENABLE, Granule Size.


Henrik on Java lets us know that JRockit is Now Free (and Other Java License Updates). There's fine print, and there are still some things that have fees, so please read through everything before you get really excited about this.

Also in the realm of Java, Arun Gupta,
Miles to go ... blog gives us some info on: Oracle GlassFish Server Control - What's in it for you ?


Storage Mojo blog has a good rundown on the evolution and current status of flash memory in enterprise computing: Flash and the re-architecting of storage.


Dimitri Gielis has found some semi/undocumented improvments on charting in APEX at his blog: (Oracle Application Express - APEX): APEX 4.1 - Chart improvements.


Tim Tow continues a very popular discussion: Essbase API - Ephemeral Port Issues/Resources.


Rittman Mead fills us in on Some New Features in BI Publisher


Ants...they're not just for picnics anymore. Demo of Ant scripts for Oracle SOA Suite 11g code deployment at the
IPN Web Blog.


PHP and Oracle: Christopher Jones blog tells us all about: Oracle Tuxedo: A New way to Run PHP Applications


This week at Oracle E-Business Suite Technology

Database Migration using 11gR2 Transportable Tablespaces Now Certified for EBS 12

TDE Tablespace Encryption Certified with E-Business Suite

New Whitepaper: Extending E-Business Suite 12.1.3 using Oracle Application Express

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