Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 03-JUL-2012


And if you are even one digit off, the whole thing is a no-go. Well, on the other hand, I'm betting you can find some good content on the principle of the matter in there as well. It's from Guenadi N Jilevski's Oracle BLOG.

Also in the realm of the DB, one of our favorite blogs here at the Infogram, the Upgrade your Database - NOW! blog, posted an informative article on some of the foibles of the Data Pump: Data Pump: Consistent Export?


Over at the PeopleSoft Technology Blog there's a pointer to resources (actually a renaming of a resource, but with some very nice additions): Introducing the PeopleSoft Interaction Hub.


I don’t think I’ve ever linked to the Databases and Performance blog, and I’m not sure why. This article called All Outer Joins Are Not Equal certainly seems interesting.


A down to hard tacks, blow by blow on the new OBIEE from RittmanMead: OBIEE BP1 : New Features, Oracle BI Mobile HD, and Patching & Upgrade Considerations.


I like the YA genre. Adding 'Yet Another' is still managing to be amusing through the years, like the numinous term 'I like pie' (many mathematical types write it as I like Pi, but that's just silly). So here is some recent good news from the (YABAOAE) Yet Another Blog About Oracle Application Express: Application Express 4.2 Early Adopter 1 available.


Speaking of resources, here's a pointer to some goodies for WebCenter from the Oracle WebCenter Alerts blog: WebCenter Content Technical Resources.


We in Oracle Support love Oracle Consulting. We have a friendly rivalry more or less akin to those between the Greek and Persian empires of antiquity or the Hatfields and McCoys of more recent television fame. And I still can't resist linking to the My Consulting Experience blog for a discussion of how to create a Custom Key Flexfield (KFF) in Oracle Applications.

Mobile Computing

An op-ed piece from someone at the curiously named iHeavy, Inc +1-212-533-6828 blog who has tried both side of the Apple/Android fence: Why The Android Ecosystem is Broken.

It seems in computing, as often in history, one has to find a middle ground between freedom and security, but reality tends to go one way or the other with no middle ground.

…And Finally

More sad but true wisdom from the Mock Sage of Central Asia's cousin in IT:

“Every of devops team is have at least 3 shell script which is critical and is not in source control or backup.”

Tweeted by Devops Borat

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