Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 21-DEC-2011


A good intro at OTN: Introducing the Basics of Image Packaging System (IPS) on Oracle Solaris 11.


From Andrejus Baranovskis's BlogHow to set EAR Version for ADF Application on WebLogic.

Just like in the old Dragnet show: 'just the facts, ma'am.': WEBLOGIC 12C (=JAVA EE 6 FULL PROFILE EDITION) AND A SERVER SMOKE TEST at ADAM BIEN'S WEBLOG.


Installation is still a fairly complex activity, but this post can make life a little simpler: Smart View Command Line Install from Essbase Labs.

High Availability/Survivability

As everyone knows, the Mayans predicted the end of the world in 2012, so here's a solution for that (which leaves open the question why Mayan seers seemed to miss the end of their own civilization). Personally I think the Mayans simply let their calendar subscription run out when it came up for renewal a couple of centuries ago. At OTN Garage:  How to Survive the End of the World - Part I (also handy if you want to read about How to Install and Configure a Two Node Cluster, by the way).

Tempus Fugit

The end of the year approaches, and with it the 'best of 2011' articles. Here's one from OTNOur Most Popular Tech Articles of 2011.

SQL Developer

SQL Developer Data Modeler 3.1 Early Adopter 3 is now available.

Please see the links below to download the software and provide any feedback to the team. 

·         EA3 Downloads
·         Bugs Fixed
·         Release Notes
·         New Features


If you have five minutes and a computer with Internet you can get things rolling with NoSQL: Oracle NoSQL Database in 5 Minutes (Charles Lamb's Blog).

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Oracle Linux


A step by step guide: Cookbook creating Business Rule Engine with a simple Decision Table in Oracle SOA Suite, over at the AMIS Technology blog.

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