Thursday, April 10, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 10-APR-2014


The Heartbleed vulnerability is causing a major stir. Here are a couple of articles to help clarify what you should do and when:



12c New Feature: Limit the PGA, from Peter's DBA Blog.

From The ORACLE-BASE Blog: Online Move Datafile in Oracle 12c

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OIM 11g R2 Self Registration with CAPTCHA, from Oracle A-TEAM Chronicles.


From Proactive Support - WebCenter Content: Free Learning Sessions on Oracle Fusion Middleware.


SOA Governance Through Enterprise Architecture, from the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog.


Presentations are serious business, which is why you have to look serious, but relaxed: 10 Body Language Tips Every Speaker Must Know (Infographic), from Entrepeneur.


Over at the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

How Can One Disable Continuous Price Breaks in R12?

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