Thursday, February 12, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 12-FEB-2015


Management database in 12c release, from the Oracle Database Know How blog.


From The Wonders of ZFS Storage: Thin Cloning of PDBs is a Snap with Oracle Storage


How-to open and close a popup dialog from Java in MAF, from the The Oracle Mobile Platform Blog.


Dynamic UOO - Oracle Service Bus, from Gita’s Blog.

Suppressing ADF LOV Like Operator Filtering V2, from the WebLogic Partner Community EMEA, blog.


From the Simon Cotter Blog: Oracle VM 3.3.2 Officialy released!


A couple of good OUD items from Sylvain Duloutre’s Weblog:


SOA Suite 12c New Features - Coherence Adapter, from the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog.

And SOA/API developer tool tips, from the same blog.


OBIEE 11g: Troubleshooting Stuck Threads or Hangs, from Business Analytics - Proactive Support.


Extracting Useful Information From Human Language Text, from BI & EPM Partner Community EMEA.




From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

…And Finally

Just a personal pet peeve here. I hate dongles, exclusivity marketing (i.e. monopolies), DRM, etc., so Keurig’s difficulties after releasing a coffee maker that is a step down the evolutionary ladder pleases me. I just bought a version 1.0 Keurig, my second maker. My next maker will almost certainly come from another company. Who knows, maybe the Keurig 2.0 will be such a failure it becomes a collector’s item like Ford Edsels and the new Coke. Probably not, though. People just want to drink coffee.

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