Some of you have asked if the “Introducing the eDB360 Tool” session at the Oaktable World 2014 was recorder. Actually it was, and thanks to Kyle Hailey it is now available as well as the slides. Just go to the agenda of this event and click on corresponding link. There you will also find video and/or slides for all other sessions.
Thanks Kyle for making this possible!
Engineered Systems are optimized to run PeopleSoft, E-Business Suite, JD Edwards and Siebel which provides customers with extreme performance improvements over any other platform. While performance is a key driver for customers to consider Engineered Systems there are many additional business benefits that are just as important. These additional benefits include:
- Reduced risk
- Simplified monitoring and management
- Business agility
- IT spending less on day to day activities and more time adding value (more...)
In this recipe, taken from the book Oracle SOA Suite 11g Performance Tuning Cookbook (ISBN:
9781849688840, Packt Publishing) we will remove old BPEL dehydration
data and state from the SOA infrastructure database.
will need to have access to the database on which the SOA_INFRA schema
is hosted. In this recipe we’ll be using a command line local to the
host on which we installed the database.
You’ll also need access to
Last week, a blog post
Hints for writing Unix tools by
Marius Eriksen made the rounds.
It presented nine suggestions on what makes a command a good citizen of
the Unix command-line ecosystem, especially for fitting into pipelines
This reminded me of a longer list of guidelines I recently gathered
as part of our efforts to train new hires in Solaris engineering.
I polled long time engineers, trawled the Best Practices documents of
couple stands in front of a jewelry store window, holding hands and gazing in
wonder at the life changing purchase they are about to make—a stunning
engagement ring. It’s a timeless scene until the bride-to-be snaps a selfie
with her smartphone to share on social media and the future groom checks the
establishment’s reviews on Yelp. Welcome to
buying jewelry in the digital age. (more...)
By Ward Quarles - JD Edwards Director
Popeye is depicted as capable of creating solutions to problems that everyone else thought were insurmountable. After consuming his superfood, spinach, solutions were possible because of his superhuman strength. Will the Internet of Things become superfood to our businesses?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the next frontier in technology and business development. JD Edwards customers are exploring IoT technologies that allow them to capture, transmit and (more...)
I found some notes from a course I took in 1990. They said that it was only possible to GRANT ALTER or GRANT SELECT on a sequence. This seemed reasonable to me but I wanted to check if it was still the case. I did this test on Oracle 12.1. First I created a user who would own a sequence:
SQL> create user u1 identified by pw1
Happy Halloween everyone!
This year, like in the past, Oracle Linux is featured in DellWorld at Austin, Texas, November 4-6. There are two Breakout Sessions and Oracle Stand you can visit to get more information about the Dell Integrated Systems with Oracle Databases (DISOD) based on Oracle Linux.
Session MT11: Lowering the cost via appliances and Dell engineered solutions
How can you lower your total solution costs, improve performance and availability and reduce (more...)
In the previous blog, we announced that the new virtualization plug-in (184.108.40.206.0) for Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control was available. With the latest virtualization plug-in update, Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c works seamlessly with Oracle VM Manager 3.3. In today's blog, Daniel Ritzman, Principal Best Practices Consultant from Oracle VM product management team, covers how to use the new plug-in to (more...)
Java Community -
Your spooky pirate, Tori Wieldt, OTN SR. Java Community Manager
JavaOne sessions available - This year at JavaOne we captured video of some of the biggest sessions.
For the rest of the sessions we captured the audio and synched it with
the presentation deck. We'll be rolling out sessions every couple of
weeks, so check back often for the latest content and follow the JavaOneConf twitter handle for announcements.
Java SE 8 (more...)
Today I was building a Xquery with a reference to a DomainValueMap (DVM) in JDeveloper 12c for an OSB 12c project.
When testing my Xquery I ran into the following error:
Caused by: oracle.tip.dvm.exception.DVMValidationException: Unable to get Metadata Manager for DVM “”
Please ensure the Metadata Manager is available.
When you create a dvm lookup function in Xquery you get this :
dvmtr:lookup(<dvm-location>,<dvm source-domain>, <dvm sourcevalue>, (more...)
Originally posted on HeliFromFinland
You can easily document your database with Data Modeler: just reverse engineer the database with File-> Import -> Data Dictionary. But what if the database has no foreign keys? What’s the point of documenting then? Just tables that has nothing to do with each other…. Well, Data Modeler can help with…
No, not the 10th posting about first_rows() this week – whatever it may seem like – just an example that happens to use the “calculate costs for fetching the first 10 rows” optimizer strategy and does it badly. I think it’s a bug, but it’s certainly a defect that is a poster case for the inherent risk of using anything other than all_rows optimisation. Here’s some code to build a couple of sample tables:
Implementing SSL in OIM 11g R2 PS1
Infosys Limited (NYSE:INFY) is a global leader in technology, consulting and services and an Oracle (Diamond) Partner that has graciously agreed to present on best practices garnered from experience working on Large Enterprise IDM deployments in a four part series hosted here in the Identity Management Blog.
In this blog post, part three of the four part series, Infosys shares its experience with enabling SSL between Oracle Identity (more...)
Information Technology units will continue to be challenged by the unbridled growth of their organization’s data stores. An ever-increasing amount of data needs to be extracted, cleansed, analyzed and presented to the end user community. Data volumes that were unheard of a year ago are now commonplace. Day-to-day operational systems are now storing such large amounts of data that they rival data warehouses in disk storage and administrative complexity. New trends, products, and strategies, (more...)
Solaris 9 is exiting Extended Support and entering Sustaining Support.
In accordance with the Oracle Lifetime Support Policy for Software and Operating Systems, http://www.oracle.com/us/support/library/lifetime-support-hardware-301321.pdf (Page 37), and http://www.oracle.com/us/support/library/hardware-systems-support-policies-069182.pdf (Pages 6 and 9), all patches created during the Extended Support period will revert to "Operating System" access entitlement on MOS so they are available to all customers will a valid support contract, not just those that purchased Extended Support.
Portic Barcelona S.A. (Portic) is a service provider used by the
logistics community of the Port of Barcelona. Portic’s mission is to
improve the competitiveness of the Port of Barcelona Logistics Community
through a technological platform that facilitates interaction between
its members through its information services to logistics agents and
Portic's goal was to establish a hardware-independent, cost-effective, centralized
platform support and maintenance with a single, strategic supplier to
reduce complexity and (more...)