Thursday, October 15, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 15-OCT-2015

Oracle OpenWorld


Loading blobs without a spoon at Kris’ Blog: SQLCL - Blob loading ALL the files


Release 10: Understanding RESTful Services in HCM Cloud, from Fusion Applications Developer Relations.


Available: NetBeans IDE 8.1 RC 2, from Geertjan’s Blog.

Mobile Computing

From the same source: Oracle MAF 2.2 New Features

Big Data

Big Data SQL 2.0 - Now Available, from The Data Warehouse Insider.

Oracle Utilities

OUAF Feature: Required Field Indicator, from The Shorten Spot, along with a couple of other good postings:


Solaris 11.2 SysAdmin Handbook is now available, from Dr Cloud's Flying Software Circus.

And a blog on Solaris Studio and related topics I haven’t seen before, All in a day’s work, had several hands on postings:

Ops Center


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

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