Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 24-JUN-2011


Over at Siebel Essentials there's a link to a great learning resource: Oracle Learning Library: New Siebel Tutorials for FREE!


This week at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology Blog:

EBS Seed Data Comparison Reports Now Available

OAUG/Collaborate Recap: Best Practices for E-Business Suite Performance Tuning


A handy technique over at the PeopleSoft Wiki on how to Retain Temp Table Data.

also of interest to PeopleSoft mavens is this article on New PeopleSoft Applications Search at the PeopleSoft Technology Blog.


This is something I've never seen laid out before, and I think it's a valuable item you should file away for those moments at 3 AM when you're shaking your head and saying: Why is the plan coming out like that? It's like it's ignoring the hint: Parallel Execution – Precedence of Hints and other Factors over at the Data Warehouse Insider blog.


Did you know we have a whole blog dedicated to Java tutorials? Well I didn't, until I found it today: The Java Tutorials' Weblog.

and once you finish all those tutorials and become a real Java superhero you're going to want certification. There's a new company involved on this as well as many other technologies that came in to Oracle from Sun: Java, Oracle Solaris, MySQL and Other Former Sun Certification Exams Now Being Delivered At Pearson VUE.

Free Stuff

You can get a free chapter from the Oracle Press book Managing Oracle Fusion Applications here (product sold separately. You still have to pay for Fusion, even if you buy the book).

And while you are making your electronic way through that document you can also look at a couple of new white papers from Oracle:

Oracle Optimized Solution for Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure


Oracle Optimized Solution for Lifecycle Content Management

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