Thursday, January 16, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 16-JAN-2014

The  Critical Patch Update (CPU) for January 2014 was released on January 14, 2014.  Oracle strongly recommends applying the patches as soon as possible.
The Critical Patch Update Advisory is the starting point for relevant information. It includes a list of products affected, pointers to obtain the patches, a summary of the security vulnerabilities, and links to other important documents.
Supported products that are not listed in the "Supported Products and Components Affected" Section of the advisory do not require new patches to be applied.
Also, it is essential to review the Critical Patch Update supporting documentation referenced in the Advisory before applying patches, as this is where you can find important pertinent information.
The Critical Patch Update Advisory is available at the following location:
The next four Critical Patch Update release dates are:
April 15, 2014
July 15, 2014
October 14, 2014
January 13, 2015
E-Business Suite Releases 11i and 12 Reference

SQL Developer


Hadn't seen the previous installments of this and came across an interesting series: Updating database servers using - part 3, from the MAA | Exadata blog by R. Kundersma.


From the Oracle Fusion Middleware blog: January 2014 Fusion Middleware Proactive Patches Released.




At About: Performance, a little Support assistance, a whole lot of troubleshooting, and some good lessons learned along the way: Hunting an Oracle JDBC Memory Leak Crashing an 80JVM WebSphere Cluster.


From Geertjan's Blog: Integrated AngularJS Development.

Oracle VM


Oracle BI Mobile HD Now Available, from the Business Analytics - Proactive Support blog.


From the Oracle Primavera Analytics Blog: How to find resources without any assignments?

Ops Center

DatabaseFailover Questions from the Ops Center blog.


This is a neat page I stumbled on in someone's Twitterage: It checks several factors to make sure your SSL isn't vulnerable. Good news is that I got a good score on my primary knocking around browser. Bad news is that I didn't do as well on a couple of other browsers.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

...And Finally

The onslaught of trillions of tiny computers, each doing things that frustrate us on a daily basis is our future: INTEL AIMS FOR POST-SMARTPHONE ERA WITH SD CARD-SIZED COMPUTER, from The Singularity Hub.

1 comment:

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