is a minor patch release which contains some fixes for certain issues
reported by customers. These are previously unpublished bugs. Other than
the bugs fixed below, the known issues from version #188.8.131.52.39.64.62
(Jan 2014) still apply to this version.
Bugs fixed in this release:
ADF Mobile application hangs with an error "FAILED TO LOAD JS FILE : JS/AMX.JS"
SSL Invocation of E-Business (more...)
Simplified User Experience Design Patterns for the Oracle Applications
Cloud Service eBook has been published recently. The free eBook provides
the user experience design patterns that Oracle uses to build
simplified user interfaces (UIs). Read more about it on the Usable Apps blog, or download it directly at tinyurl.com/SimplifiedUI. You’ll also find a new article on the Usable Apps website about extensibility in the simplified UI: "Making the Complex Simple: (more...)
With the release of Mobile Application Framework (MAF) 2.0 and SOA Suite 12c comes a new version of the Oracle Service Bus 12c. In my past 2 blogs I’ve written about several new features in the 12c release that I really enjoy. In thing blog, I’ll introduce you to another new and very useful feature in Service Bus - disabling actions!
In the past, any action that you put into a Service Bus message (more...)
Last week it was released the RC version of MySQL for Visual Studio 1.2.2. In this blog post we'll be showing one of the new features in this release. And we will be doing a short demo about some of the first steps when starting to use MySQL with .NET applications.
A very frequent comment or question we have from the users is about where to begin when they are just starting to (more...)
This second in a blog series on "What's New in SOA Suite 12c" focuses on another new feature of this major release of
Oracle SOA Suite. In Oracle SOA Suite 11g, the user interface was unified across most of the components with the exception of Oracle Service Bus and Oracle Event Processing. When I talk to existing customers and Oracle technical specialists, I hear a wide range of responses when asked (more...)
Performance is a critical issue for most users of AutoVue - They need to be able to access documents, drawings and models to do their work, and they don't want to be watching a 'Loading' bar move when they could be approving a change request or adding a comment to a new design.
There are a number of factors that can influence the final performace that users get with AutoVue - but this post will (more...)
Happy SysAdmin Day and happy Friday, everyone! We’ll cover a couple of items in our spotlight this week.
A Guest Post by Meg Bear, Oracle Vice President
Last week, Oracle Social proudly announced the launch of LinkedIn
support features for the Oracle Social Relationship Management (SRM)
platform, and joined LinkedIn’s Certified Company Page Partners
Program. It’s undeniable how valuable LinkedIn is to companies with its
user base of more than 300 million from 200+ countries and territories.
Investis, an international digital corporate communications company,
says LinkedIn accounts for 64 percent of all (more...)
Talent Management Excellence Essentials is a go-to e-publication that covers talent, performance, and compensation strategies.
Mark Bennett, Director of Product Strategy at Oracle, contributed an
article entitled “Workforce Reputation Management: Is social media the
vital skill you aren’t tracking?”
He starts with the premise that employees on social media present
opportunities, as well as risks for organizations. When their presence
is managed well, it can become a rich source of influence,
collaboration, and brand (more...)
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As any experienced rule author will know, OPA automatically runs through a series of logic checks each time a policy model is built. One of these checks is for self-referential rules, or to put it another way rules that are proven by themselves – the logical loop check. In rare situations, usually when writing complex rules involving time based reasoning or multiple entity instances, it may be necessary (more...)
Anton Wiryawan, Insurance Product Strategy Director, discusses the topic below:
Recently, I was at the IASA conference in Indianapolis. Oracle had a large booth with several demo pods, and I was showcasing Oracle Insurance Insbridge Enterprise Rating. An attendee stopped by our booth and had questions about how to decide on a rating solution. His company is looking to modernize their IT infrastructure and one of the systems that they want to replace is the (more...)
President Mark Hurd met with investment analysts last week. Senior
Correspondent Chris Kanaracus reported in ComputerWorld that Hurd was
confidently bullish with plenty of specifics about Oracle’s cloud
software strategy and progress in the market. Here are some snippets
from the article
: Plenty of runway.
“The company estimates there is a $74 billion addressable market for its cloud apps,” Hurd said. Getting customers on board.
It is anticipated that many of the thousands
OHUG stands for Oracle HCM Users Group.
Jeb Dasteel, senior vice president and chief customer officer at Oracle,
describes the value of user groups this way: “Over and over again, we
see that user group members are by far the most active and satisfied
customers in our entire customer base. One of the best things that any
Oracle customer can do to maximize the value from the investment is to
join a user group.”
A Guest Post by Oracle's Zach Thomas, Vice President of HCM Product Strategy
How far flung are the people with whom you work? It’s pretty rare in our
global workplace to find a team with all members sharing the same
location. In this new environment, the talent pool can literally be the
whole world, but of course that scenario comes with its own set of
challenges, according to Oracle’s Zach Thomas, Vice President of HCM
A Guest Post by Oracle's Senior Director, Brian Dayton
Oracle Sales Cloud
and Marketing Cloud
customer Apex IT gained just
that―a 724% return on investment (ROI) when it implemented these Oracle Congratulations Apex IT! Apex IT
was just announced as a winner of the Nucleus Research 11th
annual Technology ROI Awards
. The award, given by the analyst firm,
highlights organizations that have successfully leveraged IT deployments
to maximize value per dollar spent.
A Guest Post by SVP Ravi Puri from North America Oracle Consulting
Cloud. Big data. Mobile. Social media.
These mega trends in technology have had a profound impact on our lives.
And now according to SVP Ravi Puri from North America Oracle Consulting
Services, these trends are starting to converge and will affect us even
more. His article, “Cloud, Analytics, Mobile, And Social: Convergence
Will Bring Even More Disruption” appeared in Forbes (more...)
A Guest Post by Kathy Miedema, Oracle Market Research Analyst
Vice President Jeremy Ashley and his Oracle Applications UX team are continually asking: “What’s the best way to deliver simplicity, mobility, and extensibility so users can be even more productive?”
But didn’t we just release the simplified UI for Release 8? Isn’t that UI all about productivity?
Of course it is, but Ashley’s team is making regular, incremental improvements to the user experience.
Almost all data in R is a vector or is based upon vectors (vectors themselves, matrices, data frames, lists, and so forth). The elements of a vector in R have an explicit order, and each element can be individually indexed. R's in-memory processing relies on this order of elements for many computations, e.g., computing quantiles and summaries for time series objects.
By design, query results in relational algebra are unordered. Repeating the same (more...)