Thursday, May 21, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 21-MAY-2015



A tale of romantic notions and cold hard bonus cash: Dinner Courtesy of the Lady: My Most Successful PL/SQL Assignment, from


From the intriguingly named PETEWHODIDNOTTWEET.COM: INSTALLING ENTERPRISE MANAGER 12C FOR TESTING (also apparently the Pete whose shift key is stuck).

From the AMIS Oracle and Java Blog: Keeping track of your licenses with OEM12C – reports


Data Warehousing

More on monitoring parallel  processing from the Data Warehouse Insider: PX In Memory, PX In Memory IMC?

Cloud Computing

DOCS and APEX integration through REST API, from Oracle Cloud for Developers.



From Oracle DBA – Tips and Techniques: Oracle Goldengate on DBFS for RAC and Exadata

Oracle OpenStack


Creating and scaling Dynamic Clusters using wlst , from WebLogic Partner Community EMEA.


Differences between Oracle APEX 4.2 and 5.0, from get along with oracle and apex.


From Oracle Solaris Crash Analysis Tool: Oracle Solaris Crash Analysis Tool 5.5 Release


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

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