Thursday, June 11, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 11-JUN-2015


Oracle Pipes (Part 1), from Andrew’s Oracle Blog.

list database monitoring users, from Laurent Schneider.

Oracle SQL and PL/SQL


New White Paper: Implementing ILM with DB12c, from Exadata Partner Community – EMEA.


Zero Copy I/O Aggregation, from Bizarre ! Vous avez dit Bizarre?


How to Display Base64 Encoded Image in MAF, from the Oracle Partner Hub: ISV Migration Center Team.


Java EE 8 Roadmap Update, from The Java Source.


Remote Diagnostic Agent - RDA 8.08 released, from Business Analytics - Proactive Support.



Supply Chain

New Video on Oracle In-Memory Cost Management Solutions, from Oracle Supply Chain Management.


Upgrading Older Analytics\Data Warehouse Versions, from the Oracle Primavera Analytics Blog


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

…and Finally

Yes, there is in fact a Wikipedia entirely in Scottish.

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