Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 05-SEP-2012


The Data Integration blog fills us in on the latest and greatest: Oracle GoldenGate 11gR2 New Feature: Integrated Capture.


From the A-Team - SOA blog this week: SOA Suite 11g Asynchronous Testing with soapUI.


A couple of great items, as always, over at Chris Warticki's Blog - Oracle Support lately:

And at the Oracle E-Business Suite Communities Blog: R12 Diagnostic Script for Purchasing Encumbrance Issues.


Going into some depth on the topic of triggers in BI at the Oracle BI Publisher Blog: Trigger Happy       


SQL Developer

That Jeff Smith dives into multigenerational cursors: Grandparent – Parent – Child Reports in SQL Developer.


As pointed out by Red Gate, over at simple-talk a horror story, actually a collection of tales of terror, on the theme of 'the backup that wasn't actually there': Backups, What Are They Good For?

Identity Management

At the eminently well named Identity Management blog, several items on the latest news on Oracle Identity Management, including this one:


At the Ops Center blog, notification of an Update for Oracle Solaris Agents.

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