Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 02-OCT-2012


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog: New Whitepaper: Primer on Integrating with EBS 12 with Other Applications.


I sure never heard of an overlaps predicate, but Eddie Awad chanced upon it and covers it in his blog: Cool Undocumented OVERLAPS Predicate

A couple of good items this week from dbaStreet. First an article on 12c new features.

Speaking of 12c, OOW is still going on as I write this, but the good ideas, new features and new articles are already starting to flow. Here from Jonathan Lewis is a heads up on 12c partitioning new features: 12c Partitioning.


Eddie Awad has good things to say about the PocketSoap tracing tool.


The PeopleSoft DBA Blog offers some thoughts and experiments on Maintaining Optimizer Statistics on PeopleSoft on Oracle 11g. As the author says, please bear in mind that this is experimental.
This item at the PeopleSoft Wiki is certainly interesting. The author is offering a roll your own associative array: Associative Array.
When I read this article about virtualization and the box within a box within a box concept at the On the PeopleSoft Road blog, for some reason it reminded me of an old joke about Russian spies working undercover in the German army's HQ during the war. One of them is revealed, then it's revealed the one who revealed him is also a Russian, etc., etc. until finally someone says: Wait a minute, aren't there any Germans in the headquarters at all?


At in 2 Hyperion another great technical article for hands on types: Change Application Maintenance Mode via Command Line.

Posting this: soapUI is back, with lot more for you, partly because it looks interesting for techies, but also because the blog title Web Services on Drugs intrigues me. Personally I don't use web services, but combining them with drugs is likely to dilute the whole psychedelic experience. Not a good idea.

New Book

Over at RedStack, an announcement about a new book that’s out: Oracle BPM Suite 11g: Advanced BPMN Topics.

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