Thursday, March 28, 2013

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 28-MAR-2013


I was researching an issue for an upcoming move for a customer and found this excellent summation on transportable tablespaces at Oracle DB/EM Troubleshooting: Master Note: Transportable Tablespaces (TTS) -- Common Questions and Issues.


From the charmingly named Triggers Considered Harmful, Considered Harmful blog: And what about table constraints?

Some magic from The Oracle Alchemist: Cloning Your Oracle Installation.


From Oracle Enterprise Manager by way of Eddie Awad's tweet: Using Advanced Notifications in Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.


At Oracle WebCenter & ADF Architecture Team (A-Team): Java Object Cache in a clustered WebCenter Spaces environment.


At the Get Proactive—The Insider's Track blog: Improve Your Hardware Support Experience.


The WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter March 2013 is available from the WebLogic Partner Community EMEA blog.


A new Oracle Linux blog is out there: Oracle Mainline Linux Kernel Development.




A small, cold cup of water cast into the face of the report users lined up at your desk from Rittman Mead: Report Flexibility, or Split-Second Performance : Pick One or the Other.


From the Oracle SOA Suite - Team Blog, some wisdom on Oracle Event Processing for Oracle Java Embedded: Push Fast Data to the Edge.

...And Finally

Okay, it's not often you say: 'Wow, cool spreadsheet, dude!', but here it is: This epic accountant turned your dull Excel spreadsheet into an awesome RPG, at TNW The Next Web.

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