Thursday, May 29, 2014

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 29-MAY-2014


From Database Journal a 'who watches the watchers?' kind of article: Are There Safeguards to Prevent the DBA from Dropping a Table?

Several good things, as always, from Kyle Hailey:

RDBMS Performance

At All things Oracle Jonathan Lewis has the latest installment of his series on execution plans: Execution Plans part 5: First Child Variations.

Engineered Systems


Oracle Support

Check out Chris Warticki's useful site: #Oracle News, Info and Support.




From the Business Analytics - Proactive Support blog: OBIEE Version Now Released.



Fixing IE for Oracle BI and Hyperion Workspace Compatibility, from the Art of Business Intelligence Blog.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:



This article over at O'Reilly Radar is making noise in the blogosphere: The tools in the Distributed Developer's Stack make development manageable in a highly distributed environment.

Business Computing


At Archbeat the meeting of technology and Chinese philosophy: Kscope 2014 Preview: Data Modeling and Moving Meditation with Kent Graziano.

...and Finally

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