Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram This Week: 01-JUN2011


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

IE 9, Firefox 4 Certifications Coming Soon for Oracle E-Business Suite

BPEL Certified for Prebuilt E-Business Suite 12.1.3 SOA Integrations

Sun JRE 1.6.0_25 Certified with Oracle E-Business Suite

RDBMS Performance

It's on APEX Blogs, but it's really a very useful article to update your approach to analyzing performance on the RDBMS: Oracle Database diagnostics with ADR


In 2 Hyperion lets us know that Oracle EPM Is Available, and they will be analyzing it and letting us know all the goodies they come across (and the gotchas, one assumes) .


Learning about ADF? Marianne Horsch's blog that we pointed out last week is a treasure trove of step by step how to's. Here's an example: How to Create a Custom LOV.


Speaking of how-to, there are more installments to the very useful series on Siebel at the Siebel Essentials blog. This time the discussion is about the Unified Messaging Service.

A slightly more esoteric how-to this week from the Siebel Unleashed blog: Calling a batch file or a PL/SQL statement in Siebel eScript.

Data Warehousing

The mysteriously named RNM blog brings us: Data Warehousing and Statistics in Oracle 11g – Automatic Optimizer Statistics Collection.

Not Oracle, Just Amazing

This isn't an article on Oracle products, just an amazing person: The brain on sonar – how blind people find their way around with echoes.


Over at Oracle ACE Director Kai Yu's Oracle Blog there is a useful article on How to Store Voting Disk Files in ASM for 11g R2 Clusterware


The munz and more blog has an article on Real Cloud Computing with Oracle Databases


I like free things, chances are, you do too. Here's a free chapter from a new book on SOA Governance.


Speaking of cool stuff free, did you know we have a whole podcast center full of Oracle podcasts?

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