Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 13-MAR-2013


From Oracle Tips and Tricks — David Fitzjarrell blog, some words of wisdom on Smart Scans: You Can Never Be Too Smart.

At the Oracle Learning Library: Exadata Smart Flash Log Self-Study Module.



At Business Analytics - Proactive Support: OBIEE 11g is Available For BI Enterprise and Exalytics.


SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog brings us: New SOA articles from product management.


From NetBeans Web Client blog: NetBeans IDE 7.3 is out!

Good tip, and a listing of the whole great series so far from Online Apps DBA: One Stop Shop for Apps DBA’s: WebLogic Admin Server Start-up hanging at “Initializing self-tuning thread pool”.

Oracle Retail

Contributions from Yin-Jen Su on Oracle Retail:

Upcoming webcasts for Retail in March and April

Retail Advisor Webcast: RIB Retail Diagnostic and Monitoring Tool (RDMT) Functionality and Usage (Doc ID 1531747.1)
Retail Advisor Webcast: Mobile Point of Service – Functional and Technical Overview v13.4.1 (Doc ID 1531749.1)
Oracle Retail Support Resources and Offerings (Doc ID 1533310.1)

There is also a recorded webinar available:

RIB Retail Integration Hospital Administration Tool (RIHA) Installation and Usage (Doc ID 1456291.1) – click on Archived 2013 tab.


At Triggers Considered Harmful, Considered Harmful blog (I've always loved that name): Implementing attribute and tuple constraints.


At Java Training Beat a link to the Oracle Secure Java Coding Guidelines Self-study.



Martin Giffy D'Souza on Oracle APEX is publicizing a contest from RedGate for some copies of their Source Control for Oracle product. All you have to do it some APEX wizardry: Who's Birthday is it in "n" number of days?

Mobile Computing

…And Finally

How You Can Get Up to $1,000 in Hidden Credit Card Benefits. No, it’s not a spam link, it’s a one-geek-team from LifeHacker investigating how to get some underused benefits from your credit card.

The Oracle Alchemist shows us the toys of the near future: Wearable Computing and Personal Data Collection. You know you want them. Get those credit cards warmed up.

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