Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 11-JUL-2012


As Chris Warticki's Blog - Oracle Support puts it: MOS Flash Going Bye-Bye...Welcome MOS HTML(ADF). Also of note from Chris this week: Three Fusion Applications Communities are Now Live.

And from the My Oracle Support tweet-stream: Get familiar with Siebel CRM Community.


Kyle's Blog on WebCenter Content brings us another good item: Adjusting the Score on Oracle Text search results.


PeopleSoft Customers Receive Updates & Fixes and Update Gateway Retirement Notification

As part of the My Oracle Support upgrade that is currently planned for July 13, 2012, PeopleSoft patches will migrate to My Oracle Support. Please see this note for details: Knowledge article 1465172.1.


I would have titled it: 'Just give us five minutes alone with your data and a huge hammer and we will achieve meaningful compression.' But that's probably why I'm the editor of the Infogram, and not of Technet. 

At the Hans Forbrich Blog, a back to basics article on roles that, as it says, is worth repeating: DB Roles - it's worth repeating ...

Big Data

The Data Warehouse Insider links to a new white paper: Big Data Connectors White Paper.

Also at the Insider: Big Data Videos.


Our secret plan to seed the world with chaos, one plan at a time. Alas, revealed by Jonathan Lewis at Oracle Scratchpad: Random Plans.

This looks to be an interesting script as tweeted by Timur Akhmadeev: Stats compare: Oracle session statistics improved!

And at Oracle related stuff: Forced Cursor Sharing And Virtual Columns.

Agile Development

Eddie Awad tweeted a good article defining Agile Development: The Principles of Agile Development.

Definitions vary. Mine for instance is:

Agile Development: Diving under a desk without bumping your head when the customer hears that you are pushing back the release date again and throws a coffee cup at you.


From the Oracle Demantra blog a posting on an interesting use of Demantra's data loading: Data Loading Issues? Try the new Demantra Data Load Guided Resolution.


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