With the GA of PeopleTools 8.54 a couple months ago, customers have been reviewing the certification requirements for PeopleTools 8.54 as they plan their upgrades. A number of questions have come up recently dealing with certified browsers. Just last month, I blogged about the Internet Explorer requirements required to support the new Fluid UI.
We’ve made a change recently to simplify the Internet Explorer browser environment for PeopleTools. Oracle has (more...)
On the presentations page you can find the my presentation material from DOAG regional meeting September 2014 in Munich about “Enterprise User Security”.
By: Srikant Subramaniam, Director, Product Management, Oracle
CON7646: Simplify SaaS and On-Premises Integration by
Using Oracle Fusion Middleware
Monday, Sep 29, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM - Moscone West –
involves the exchange of information between systems to achieve a specific
business objective such as synchronization of customer account data for
fulfilling orders. The location of an application and its data, whether in the
Are you planning your trip to the Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne conferences in San Francisco September 28-October 2, 2014? If so, make time in your schedule to visit the Oracle Certification experts!
Oracle Certification at JavaOne
Don’t miss daily activities at the Java Hub, located in the Exhibition Hall of the Hilton Hotel. Get your Java Certification questions answered, meet Oracle Press authors and enter to win great prizes. Join the Java Hub Scavenger (more...)
In the many years that I work with the Oracle SOA Suite and its Database Adapter, I never really had the pleasure of encountering the setObject errors.
Normally when you screw up the IN parameters in your call to the Database Adapter you’d get those java struct “cannot convert STRING to NUMERIC” errors. However, the following message
Set object error.
Error binding the value of parameter P_SOMEINPUT.
An error occurred when binding the (more...)
Last time I wrote about the performance aspects of a BI system and how they could affect a user’s confidence. I concluded by mentioning that incorrect data might be generated by poorly coded ETL routines causing data loss or duplication. This time I am looking more at the quality of the data we load (or don’t load).
Back in the 1990’s I worked with a 4.5 TB DWH that had a single source for (more...)
I’ve never notice it before, probably already known by most of you guys. But whilst I was building a Peoplesoft database from within Windows 2012R2, I ran psae (PSADMIN AppEngine) from a Windows Power Shell command prompt.
And here what I got:
PS E:pt854binclientwinx86> psae
psae : The term 'psae' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check
the spelling of the name, or if a path (more...)
During a trial run for my presentation at Oracle Open World "Oracle 12c for Developers", you can find the slides on slideshare. there was a question regarding "Temporal Validity".
What is Temporal Validity?
The documentation says it best:
Temporal Validity Support lets you associate one or more valid time dimensions with a table and have data be visible depending on its time-based validity, as determined by the start and end dates or time stamps of (more...)
I was reading through an old book recently and it said that you could not put a tablespace into hot backup mode if the database was in NOARCHIVELOG mode. This seemed reasonable to me but I wondered what might happen if you tried to do this so I ran the following SQL in an Oracle 11.2 database:
1* alter tablespace users begin backup
Noel (@noelportugal) and Raymond have been hard at work building a custom wearable, a.k.a. the secret OpenWorld project. The finished product is ready for a closeup.
Click to view slideshow.
The components are:
Tony went to a talk by Salim Ismail (@salimismail), the Founding Executive Director of Singularity University recently. He may/may not post his thoughts on the talk, which sounds fascinating, but this video is worth sharing either way, and not just because we have quadcopter fever.
Yeah, that’s autonomous flight, So refer to the list of horrifying things that should not be allowed.Possibly Related Posts:
I consider these types of posts to be filler, but I suppose you could look at it as curated content or something highbrow like that. Take your pick.
10 Horrifying Technologies That Should Never Be Allowed
I scanned this post first, thought it would be interesting and left it to read later. Then I read it, and now, I’m terrified. Here’s the list, make sure to hit the link and read all about the sci-fi horrors that (more...)
In large companies, often there are many services and dependencies between services. It is important to track service dependencies in order to for example estimate the impact of changes. Design documents or architecture views can be used for this but as everybody knows, there is often a gap between theory and practice (design and implementation).
In this blog post I provide code to determine dependencies between composites to the level of operation calls. In order (more...)
Today while working on ASM diskgroup i noticed Negative value for USABLE_FILE_MB. I was little surprised as it has been pretty long that i worked on ASM. So i started looking around for blogs and mos docs and found few really nice one around. A negative value for USABLE_FILE_MB means that you do not have [&hellip