Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 31-AUG-2011


A quick rundown on security at PSoftPros: An Introduction to PeopleSoft Security

Bored with your PeopleSoft GUI? Here's a posting at the PeopleSoft Technology Blog on getting some excitement in there (well, other than having it offer a 'give me a raise' button, that is): Creating a Great User Experience in PeopleSoft.

And an official, suitable for framing press release on some of the new features: Oracle Updates Oracle’s PeopleSoft HCM 9.1 with the Release of New Features.


Speaking of releases, from NEWSBYTES: Oracle rolls out latest version of on-demand CRM .


Invisible indexes are a really splendid 11g feature, something you had to spend a whole lot of money to do using a third party app in past versions, and I wanted to make sure our customers explored it. It's a form of conditional index you can use in delicate situations (like performance problems on prod). From Yet another DBA blog: Invisible Indexes in Oracle 11g.

Richard Foote wrote up a nice demo of Jonathan Lewis' article on BLEVEL 1 => BLEVEL 2. Just the kind of hands on, techie approach that wins the day.


Into each life, a little rain must fall, sometimes in the form of a service failing. Middleware Magig discusses: Managing Failure Conditions in a WebLogic Environment.


Data Masking

Data masking can be invaluable. There's no better model of production than production. But often you can't use it because of the sensitive data. Good data masking can preserve the 'shape' of the data while sanitizing content. Read about it at the Oracle Enterprise Manager blog: Overview demo of Oracle Data Masking solution - Safely use production data for development, testing and sharing with partners.


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