Thursday, May 8, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 08-MAY-2014

EPM Videos



From the A-Team Chronicles: Oracle GoldenGate: Logdump.


Okay, this article from Database Journal describes how you can do something. I'd be interested in seeing what our readers think about it. Sounds like something you can do...but why would you want to? You can take off the safeties off on power tools too...but do you really want to? Modifying a Primary Key Index in Oracle 11.2.0.x.

From The Arup Nanda Blog: Restoring Controlfile When AUTOBACKUP Fail.



A history of NL (Nested Loops) from the Oracle Scratchpad.

SQL Developer


From the A-Team Chronicles: How Oracle Identity Manager Uses MDS.

Global Desktop

From Oracle's Virtualization Blog: Announcement: Patch Set Updates (PSUs) for Oracle Secure Global Desktop releases.


From Oracle E-Business Suite Technology:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog

Customer Service

...and Finally

From Smithsonian Science: Astronomers create first realistic virtual universe. I wonder if you can rent it out for parties?

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