Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 20-JUN-2012


At Oracle Scratchpad, Jonathan Lewis dives into the depths of: PX and system allocation.


Over at Talking Java Deployment there's a discussion of a new feature: Native packaging for JavaFX.


Some good technical info at the AMIS Technolgy Blog: ADF 11g Business components – Create PL/SQL based entities.

Andrejus Baranovskis's Blog brings us an ADF Query Search and Results Form.


Tony’s Oracle Tips fights the entropy, bringing order to chaos: Ordering Non-sorting aggregate functions.


Rittman Mead let's us know about Using OBIEE against Transactional Schemas Part 1: Introduction.


The External Table blog discusses Hash Collisions: SQL Signatures and SQL_ID.


There's life in the old utility yet, and one handy thing to do is described at Martins Blog: How to use vi-style editing in SQL*Plus.


Another good quiz from the Arup Nanda Blog: Mystery of Create Table Statement


Jim's PeopleSoft Journal posted on Converting the PeopleTools OVM Template to VirtualBox.


Nothing Oracle related, but I have a Roku box, and I wish I could program my way out of a wet paper sack these days so I could program it as described at the Bradley D. Brown blog: Roku SDK.

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