Thursday, March 6, 2014

Oracle Support Infogram for 06-MAR-2014



From Oracle DBA - Tips and Techniques: Oracle Database 12c New Feature – Data Redaction.

And from Oracle University: Instructor Insight: Automatic Data Optimization in Oracle Database 12c


From the ever-useful Pythian blog: Automating DataPump Export.


From the ever-wise Oracle Scratchpad: Predicate Order..


From Dimitri Gielis Blog (Oracle Application Express - APEX): APEX Listener => Oracle REST Data Services.


Mobile Design Patterns with Oracle ADF Mobile, from the WebLogic Partner Community EMEA.


SOA, Empowerment and Continuous Improvement, from the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog.



From the magnificently name A blog without a catchy title comes this: The WebLogic Server and Trust Stores.


From virtualizationinfo: Oracle releases beta of Oracle VM 3.3.

And on the topic of updates: Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.3.8 Released, from


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

...And Finally

Once in a while the filters I use to gather Oracle news from hither to yon misfire and give me new on oracles that are not Oracle. Usually I just cruise right by, but this one caught my eye and ear: The Archaeology of Sound; The Oracle Chamber Of Malta’s Hypogeum Of ─Žal-Saflieni, from ATS (abovetopsecret).

And in app news: As Homer Simpson would say about this application ‘Must have bacon alarm clock…DROOOOL’: New Oscar Mayer alarm clock app releases smell and sound of bacon, From the LA Times. Of course sleepy Homer would pick it up, lick, it, declare: ‘Hey! This isn’t bacon at all!’ and throw it out the window.

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