Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 11-APR-2012

Just Out...

Hyperion Version has been released and is available on e-delivery at

The documentation can be found here


Rittman Mead Consulting has started a series discussing Endeca: Oracle Endeca (OEID) – Exploring Unstructured Data – Twitter & Blog Analytics – Part 1.


Jonathan Lewis is combining thoroughness with experimentation as usual over at his Oracle Scratchpad blog, where this week he discusses some statistics problems: Extended Stats.

Database Journal also discusses some of the ins and outs of Oracle stats: How Statistics Have Improved from Oracle 10gR2 to 11gR2.

At Striving for Optimal Performance this week, a discussion of COMMIT_WAIT and COMMIT_LOGGING.

While we are on the subject of performance, the guru of the index plane, the doctor of the btree, Richard Foote, discusses: IOT Secondary Indexes: Primary Key Considerations (Beauty And The Beast).


The Oracle E-Business Suite Communities Blog lets us know about a webcast: April 24 Webcast: Procurement: How to Solve Errors with Receiving Transactions.


Eddie Awad twittered a pointer to a great resource: Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide



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