Thursday, May 9, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 09-MAY-2013


Time for my quarterly (or more often) warning on our old nemesis: 10 Reasons SQL Injection Still Works


The Business Analytics - Proactive Support blog let's us know that: EPM is available on eDelivery.



(YABAOAE) Yet Another Blog About Oracle Application Express let's us know that Oracle Application Express 4.2.2 now available.

Dimitri Gielis Blog discusses: Goodies - APEX 4.2.2 included Libraries.

He also does a little crystal ball gazing: Oracle Database 12c and APEX.


This posting from The Oracle Instructor is useful: How to audit sys into an OS file owned by root.

A little peek into the possible future of clustering factors from Richard Foote, the indexing guru: Important !! Clustering Factor Calculation Improvement (Fix You).

A good hands-on technical article over at Oracle DBA--Tips and Techniques: 11g Data Guard Cascading Standby Database.

Eddie Awad pointed out this really valuable item over at Ask Tom, Tom Kyte's perennially awesome Q&A on all things Oracle: Walid -- Thanks for the question regarding "advantage of private synonyms over public synonyms", version 11.2.

At Oracle Scratchpad, some great news. It looks like Jonathan Lewis is moving into webinars. I've seen Jonathan present live, and this going to be really great. Here's the posting at Oracle Scratchpad: Webinars.

Big Data

Eddie Awad's Tweeterization is excellent as always. He pointed to this one: Oracle Introduces Big Data Appliance Applications.


Another great items pointed out by Eddie Awad recently is at Making the Complex Simple blog: What Makes Code Readable: Not What You Think.


At the Fusion Applications Developer Relations blog:  FindingCode Artifacts for Customization (Part 2).

Oracle Service Bus


…And Finally

From the Singulairy Hub comes this fun item: A Box With A Hidden Video Camera Documents Journey Through The Mail.

At io9, Old Spock battles New Spock in the greatest car commercial ever. You don’t have to be a Trekkie to get all the gags in this, but it definitely helps. 

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