Thursday, March 27, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 28-MAR-2014

OOW Proposals Now Open

Time to get your 15 minutes of fame at Oracle OpenWorld: Submit your proposal for a presentation at OpenWorld.


From Ardent Performance Computing this handy tip: Command Line Attachment to Oracle Support Service Request.


Oak Table member Kyle Hailey discusses Oracle : buffer busy wait.


Linux and Java



From (YABAOAE) Yet Another Blog About Oracle Application Express: Faster Rendering of Charts in Oracle Application Express.



ADF Unleashed posts about: Consuming Async SOA in a WebService Proxy.

From the Oracle Developer Community: Oracle Forms on iPad using ADF Mobile: ODTUG Webinar.


Business Computing

From Forbes: Oracle's Secret Sauce: Why Exadata Is Rocking the Tech Industry.

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