Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 17-OCT-2012


The WebLogic Partner Community EMEA blog presents: WebLogic Server 11gR1 Interactive Quick Reference. It slices, it dices, it's quick and it's interactive.


Find out the Differences between Oracle APEX 4.1.1 and 4.2 at the get along with oracle and apex blog (hopefully get along as in progress, move forward, I don't think many people actually don't get along with APEX, it's such a friendly beastie).


At the Oracle Instructor: Auditing ALTER SYSTEM commands. I like the concluding statement: don't believe it, test it. That sums up 80% of good IT practices.


From the Oracle Primavera Analytics Blog: Security Controls on data for P6 Analytics.

SQL Developer

A quick but useful tip from the Notes on Oracle blog: SQL Developer tip: Don't open the table.

Mobile Computing

The Oracle Fusion Middleware blog introduces a very useful subject: Build Mobile App for E-Business Suite Using SOA Suite and ADF Mobile. Next we need to address the other key item in mobile computing: Enough with the Flash already!

And this item from last week at Debra's thoughts on Oracle: Fusion Apps Go Mobile.

…and Finally

Another good find from Eddie Awad: 10 Dropbox Tips for Beginners.

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