Thursday, October 8, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 08-OCT-2015

Oracle OpenWorld

The session schedules are rolling in. Here are a few:


Last week on AskTom, from All Things SQL.

Database Insider - October 2015 issue now available, from Exadata Partner Community – EMEA.


What Is SQL Injection and How to Stop It, from All Things SQL. It’s been a while since we ran a posting on SQL injection. It’s an easy trap to fall into in coding, so this may be a good time to review your apps and make sure you aren’t vulnerable.



EPM Patch Set Updates - September 2015, from Business Analytics - Proactive Support.

Oracle Utilities

Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing available, from The Shorten Spot (@theshortenspot).


User Defined Field Fact History, from the Oracle Primavera Analytics Blog.


A bit of product evangelism combined with some prophecy and analysis on ZFS storage: This Is Our Time, from The Wonders of ZFS Storage.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

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