Thursday, April 4, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infgoram for 04-APR-2013

Oracle OpenWorld






Chris Warticki's Blog - Oracle Support lets us know about the: NEW YouTube Channel for Oracle E-Business Suite!

SQL Developer

At That Jeff Smith's blog: Oracle SQL Developer: What’s Next?



Hot off the tickertape from Oracle WebCenter Alerts: Oracle WebCenter 11g Release 1 (

From RedStack, an announcement on What’s new in BPM (PatchSet 6).

Chris Warticki lets us know about: OAM certification with EBS 11i.

Upgrading OBIEE to, from Rittman Mead.

Backup (and Recovery, Hopefully)

From the SQL Rockstar, Thomas Larock: HOW TO SURVIVE ANY DATABASE DISASTER. I believe it involves hoarding lots of canned goods and digging a hole.

Data Warehousing

The Data Warehouse Insider fills us in on: Three Little Hive UDFs: Part 1.


On YouTube, someone who looks exactly like how you picture a UNIX engineer (except for the lack of suspenders): Why Engineering Did Not Provide a Direct Upgrade Path to Oracle Solaris 11.


At Oracle Technology Network's Blog: What You're Watching: Top Ten OTN Videos.

From Cary Millsap: And now, ...the video about The Method R Profiling Ecosystem.

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