Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 03-AUG-2011


The Java Source lets us know that Java SE 7 is officially here: Java SE 7 Is Here! Please remember that for our software, as for any software, test, test, test before turning it loose in production.


Another new arrival at the Oracle household is OES. The Identity Management blog lets us know about a webcast on that: Oracle Entitlements Server (OES) 11g Webcast Q&A.


Bring in the clones...just like in the song. Actually the song was bring in the clowns. But clones are more useful for a DBA, and a DBA sees enough clowns at meetings. Good posting on the utility of cloning at the blog: In Praise of Clones.

Of course another thing to think about when proliferating databases is how big they are, and there are some complexities to that not handled by some of the standard scripts. The Global Oracle Contractors Network blog talks about some of the items you'd expect to count, and a few that can bite you if you don't factor them in: How big is my Oracle database.


The lengthily named Preferisco - thoughts about Oracle, EAI/ETL and more blog discusses a spot to look out for when coding MySQL (especially if you're new to it and have been working with Oracle for some time): MySQL Group By is a little too indulgent

A renewed discussion on how to Show PDF in a popup: ADF 11g at the Amis Technology blog.


The July Edition of Oracle E-Business CRM Support Newsletter is now available


The PeopleSoft Technology blog fills us in on Using Feeds in PeopleSoft.

...and this posting is of interest to those using PeopleSoft and Hyperion together:

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