Thursday, June 5, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 05-JUN-2014


From Oracle Scratchpad, a handy index posting on Jonathan Lewis' series on Execution Plans.

DBA Kevlar lets us know that: is HERE!! :).

From, some thoughts on Oracle 12c - New SYS-level Administration Privileges.

Kyle Hailey continues his series on Oracle’s SQL Tuning pack, part III.


An item from DBA Kevlar that is making a lot of positive waves in the blogosphere and twitterland is this: ADDM Compare in EM12c.




Oracle BI Got MAD and You Should Be Happy – RM BI Forum 2014, from the Art of Business Intelligence Blog.


From the My Consulting Experience blog: Enabling Attachments in Oracle Forms.


Consume Twitter REST API v1.1 with ADF Mobile, from ADF Mobile Tips & Tricks.

Ops Center

There's a link to an Asset Discovery Video at the Ops Center blog.


A posting to a list...of lists: The Top Ten Security Top Ten Lists, from Security Inside Out.

Cloud Computing


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

Oracle Service Contracts – Calculate Estimated Tax with Higher Accuracy

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