- Update your integration to support certificates using the SHA-256 algorithm. (more...)
Some of the key features of Delta 7 are
- Middle-Tier and Database Technology Code Checkers
- Online Patching Progress Monitoring Tool
- Online Patching System Validation
- Single Step Cloning
- Local Inventory Support
- Improved Middle tier Startup & Shutdown performance
- Automated scripts to change system passwords
- Patched tables de-fragmentation
Next up in our ‘How I Work‘ series is Wade ‘Smart Panda’ Coombs. Wade is one of the most prolific bloggers currently sharing their PeopleSoft knowledge. He writes at his thesmartpanda.com website and has a lot of great content – particularly focusing on SSL certs, Change Assistant, server admin, SES and Weblogic). Wade also has a ‘Smart Thinking’ newsletter (this is the current issue, including a sign-up link).
Name: Wade (more...)
As I write this, I'm sitting out on my backyard patio right around sundown. It's been unseasonable warm here in Utah of late, so the flying bugs are out in abundance. While they're a bit irritating, they're not the type of bugs I have on my mind (more...)
When doing this, we have identified an issue in iPhone 6 by which the FLUID pages were not correctly scaling:
As you see, the text is barely readable. After some research, we (more...)
Recently did an Exadata Expansion project on x3 half rack and making it a full rack by adding x5.
this setup is a full exadata rack with two different flavours of engineered system hardware four x3 compute nodes and four x5-2 compute nodes along with seven x3 cellnodes with seven x5 cell nodes.
This topology is supported but there were a lot of work behind.
- First getting the x3 on the supported release 12c , this involved (more...)
Oracle Compound triggers can be handy when you need to share common data in various timing points, e.g. solving a mutating table problem. You can find an example on the Oracle base website.
For those that are using compound triggers, before 12c the order of the sections were restricted:
In February of this year, Oracle University launched the PeopleSoft Learning Stream. Oracle's Learning Streams are short, educational vignettes. I was given the privilege of recording 6 streams:
- REST Query (more...)
We’re a shade under a month away from the biggest event in the calendar for those that work in the Oracle marketplace – the Oracle OpenWorld Conference.
It runs every year in San Francisco and draws a massive 60,000 attendees from 145 countries (plus 2.1 million online attendees). That’s huge.
There are more than 2,500 sessions from ~3,600 speakers, approximately half of which are customers/partners and half are Oracle themselves. As well as the sessions there are (more...)
I have learned a lot from other people in the Oracle Community over the years and I bet a lot of you have too.
Now it's time to give them some recognition by the means of an award.
Until 15 October you can cast your vote.
These are the categories:
A week or so back Cedar held a free Selective Adoption event for clients and friends. The idea behind the event was to help those on 9.2 already to make the most of what Selective Adoption can offer, and to show those that are yet to make the step to 9.2 what the future could look like.
The event went really well. Jeff Robbins opened the proceedings, giving an overview of the technology and what (more...)
Just a couple more weeks and we will be enjoying the great weather and hospitality of San Francisco. I am anxiously anticipating another great OpenWorld conference. As always, I look forward to meeting with you between sessions or in the demo grounds. I will be presenting "PeopleSoft Developer: Tips and Techniques [CON8596]" on Monday, Oct 26 at 12:15 p.m. in Moscone West—3007.
I find the OpenWorld/JavaOne content catalog a little intimidating. If you are (more...)
I received notice yesterday that our latest book, PeopleSoft PeopleTools: Mobile Applications Development (Oracle Press) 1st Edition, is now shipping. Probably the most exciting news is that Amazon has the book listed as the #1 New Release in the Oracle Databases category.
It's not even a RVP (aka release value proposition).
It's called a Planned Features and Enhancements, note #1966243.2. I came across this My Oracle Support note whilst I was looking for something else. It is really worth reading.
An new Oracle internal DevOps team... to make faster development.
Non-exhaustively, we may see coming : (more...)
This doesn't work the way we expect. File a bug.
Over the years, my own experience tells me that two-thirds of bugs filed aren't really bugs. What we really have is a user who fails to understand how the software works. And, yes, we can always respond with RTM (or worse), but the stream of bugs (more...)
I’m in awe of many people. I’m lucky to have met and worked with some truly smart and outstanding individuals. (I just wish I wasn’t so reserved and was able to tell them!)
If I was asked to pick a handful of the most talented people however, Seth Godin would undoubtedly be up there.
I’ve not met Seth in real life (although I had a near miss at OpenWorld 5 or 6 years back) but I’ve (more...)