Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 13-JUL-2011


Structured Data points out a good source on Troubleshooting Oracle Exadata.


There’s a new JDE newsletter available to our customers through MOS: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Newsletter.


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


Often in coding and scripting you not only have to look out for what's going on inside the code, you have to make sure the various modules load in the right order, don't step on each other, etc. This continuation of a series on the subject should be of interest to developers: Resolving the Initialization Order Problem, Part VI of Libraries, Linking, Initialization, and C++ Series.


A quick posting on Modifying your Apex login page over at APEX Blogs.


Podcasts. This one is a first. Perhaps, as in the movies, we will later have prequels: First episode of the Oracle Linux Podcast Over at Oracle's Linux Blog.


Siebel Unleashed has announced that they are reopening their forum


Looking forward to PeopleTools 8.52 - Next big tools release at the Sharing our learning in PeopleSoft... blog.

Also in the PeopleSoft domain: Lookup Exclusion, a new article at the PeopleSoft Wiki.


Rittman Mead continues to bring us great items on BI. This time around it's: Real-time BI: EDW with a Real-time Component.


Using Ruby to ping on things. It goes PING!, at the Tardate 11.2 blog. Remember, as always, test, test, test before turning anything loose near your live systems.

Upgrades and Patching

Great stuff over at the the Yet another DBA blog: Oracle Pre-upgrade utility.

And a posting at My Oracle Support blog on Use of WGET instead of downloading patches and software "manually".


Martin's Blog goes in to some depth on Connection Manager and using it for all it's worth: Using Connection Manager to protect a database.

Always a source of confusion, Hemant's Oracle DBA Blog casts some light on Enable Row Movement.

SQL and Warehousing

Star transformation sounds like something alien astrophysicists do when bored. Turns out you can do it on your RDBMS, and you don't have to even be an alien, bored, or an astrophysicist, though it helps: On star transformation, at the Laurent Schneider blog.

Oracle Magazine

The latest issue of Oracle magazine is out: Oracle Magazine July/August 2011 Issue Index

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