If the application requires backing services they can automatically be created using the"declared-services" tag as shown below. Declared services are a manifest extension, which creates or looks for the required or optional services that are expected to be set up before the app is deployed, such (more...)
Over the last few months we have been looking at User Engagement and recently asked people take part in a global usage survey so we could create a series of benchmark metrics detailing how organisations used OBIEE.
We had a great response and have started to process the data. One of the first things that struck us was that the average user logs into their OBIEE system about once per week.
We derive the (more...)
We have hooked cloud control into the request tracker ticketing system (and by hooked in i mean that cloud control just sends an email notification which is then picked up by request tracker to generate a ticket - nice and simple).
This means we get tickets generated for every alert we configure in cloud control (it's also the same system that users can request service requests in - again they just send an email in (more...)
Im folgenden demonstriere ich ein Beispiel um dieses Problem zu lösen.
Beispieldaten - Land und Ort:
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Often, the biggest problem with regular expressions is that those who use them sometimes don’t use them correctly. A great example occurs in the Oracle Database with the
REGEXP_LIKE function. For example, some developer use the following to validate whether a string is a number but it only validates whether the first character is a number.
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DECLARE lv_input VARCHAR2(100 (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...)
today was the deadline for uploading the four-page abstract / summary of my presentation at the German Oracle conference in Nürnberg:
If you still have to upload yours, hurry up ... only a few hours left ;).
You can have a look here (it is German though ;).
See you in Nürnberg in November.
MCS developer portal allows to create and use new connector. Special wizard helps to complete this (more...)
A question we have answered a few times in the last few months is whether or not, and if so, how easy do Database Activity Monitoring (DAM) tools such as IBM Guardium support ERP platforms such as the Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft and SAP. The answer is yes; DAM tools can support ERP systems. For example, IBM Guardium has out-of-the-box policies for both the E-Business Suite and SAP – see figures one and two below.
In this post I would like to move forward with software provisioning and configuration. In my last post I covered a ways to build a "core VM" and now it's a time to add some software and configuration to it.
There is a couple of automation tools which can be used for that task like Puppet, Chef or Ansible to name a few. The latter one - Ansible - is my favorite, cause in (more...)
Here’s a live on from OTN – here are a couple of extracts from the problem statement:
We’re experiencing an issue where it seems that the query plan changes from day to day for a particular procedure that runs once a night.
It’s resulting in a performance variance of 10 second completion time vs 20 minutes (nothing in between).
It started occurring about 2 months ago and now it’s becoming more prevalent where the bad (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.
Following the several indexes on startups and innovation I’ve been following last period I found an interesting map of startups. Startupblink offers a world map of the startup ecosystem. You can use the startup map to zoom, filter etc the startups in your neighborhood. Besides a map of startups, it offers information on other related entities such as co-working spaces, accelerators, startups organizations, tech reporters and much more…
You can read an (more...)
The webinar consists of seven parts:
1) About Gerger, the company behind Formspider.
2) Brief history of Formspider and a short overview of its references and success stories.
3) Formspider Benefits & Features.
4) Formspider Architecture
5) Overview of the Formspider IDE
Optimizer with Oracle Database 12c
Oracle White Paper – June 2013
What is the difference between SQL Profiles and SQL Plan Baselines?
By Maria Colgan-Oracle on May 08, 2012
Plan Stability using Sql Profiles and SQL Plan Management
Amit Bansal / 20 December, 2011
Comments from Kerry Osborne September 9th, 2011 – 18:31
You didn’t mention the two biggest differences (in (more...)
On Monday October 12th Rob de Groot and Chris Kramer of the bol.com test automation team and development process innovation team will present on performance testing at bol.com. The presentation is for the Dutch Web Performance & Operations Meetup, as a pre-event for the WebPerfDays.
Rob and Chris will elaborate on how performance testing evolved at bol.com and show how modern tooling like Docker and Mayfly (more...)
I’m going to OOW15 this year, my first Oracle Open World in 11 years I think. And despite the Prom Queen rejecting all my offerings, I will actually be sneaking in a presentation – which I am very happy about.
The European Oracle User Group (EOUG) get a few slots and two are being used on Sunday 25th, 13:30 – 15:15 for “More Than Another 12 on Oracle Database 12c” – 12 European experts (more...)