Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 02-NOV-2011


Some good hands on programming material in this posting at Cameron's Blog for Essbase Hackers: Stupid Planning queries #7 -- User Variables

Another interesting looking technique over at Essbase Labs: Add-in Load Times.


This week at the Oracle E-Business Technology blog:

EBS 12.0 Minimum Baseline Required by Feb 2012 for Extended Support

11gR2 Transportable Tablespaces Certified for EBS 11i

Premier Support ends December 2011 for Discoverer 10g, Portal 10g, Single Sign-On 10g, and others

Quarterly E-Business Suite Upgrade Recommendations: October 2011 Edition


David Peake is looking for information if you are in higher education and using APEX.


For those who, like the blogger are 'On the PeopleSoft Road' is this posting on some new aspects of Peopletools 8.52 : managing PIA with psadmin.

Indexing and Performance

Over at Martin Widlake's Yet Another Oracle Blog is part six of an excellent series on index only tables: IOT Part 6 – Inserts and Updates Slowed Down (part A)


Okay, I'm not touching the title with a ten foot pole, but it's a useful script, so here's the link to the posting over at the Ora-600 blog, one of the Oak Table's many awesome blogs: Oracle ASS - one time it will save yours !


One of the new 11.2 features is Auto Degree Of Parallelism (DOP). The Oracle related stuff blog gives us some valuable information on this, along with a few caveats (database features always seem to come with caveats, but such is life): Auto DOP And Direct-Path Inserts


Want to roll your own iPhone apps with ADF? Andrejus Baranovskis's Blog can get you started: iPhone Web Application Development With ADF Mobile Browser.


This question reminds me somehow of the time in classic Star Trek when Kirk destroys a villainous supercomputer with a simple paradox (the old 'I am lying' line, which in turn traces back to a classical paradox about the Cretan who says: 'All Cretans are liars'). Tom Kyte found this call on random answers of interest and there is already a wide variety of answers accumulating in the comment area: I Really Liked This .

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