Social media : comment faire le lien entre conversation et acquisition

Conscient de l'énorme potentiel qu’offrent les réseaux sociaux en termes de données à l’ère du business 2.0, les entreprises ont fait des réseaux sociaux leur champ de bataille dans l’acquisition de leads et de leur conversion. Ainsi, dans cet environnement dominé par la concurrence et la compétitivité, bâtir une relation avec des prospects bien ciblés et faciles à convertir, n’est pas chose facile. Nombreuses sont les entreprises qui perdent beaucoup de temps et de (more...)

Check out What Sauron is saying about Oracle

Over past year we have been (hopefully) hearing about Oracle Big Data SQL.

This is a new(-ish) option from Oracle that allows us to run our SQL queries not just on the data in our Oracle Database but also against NoSQL databases and Hadoop. No extra coding is needed, no extra formatting is needed, etc.

All the hard work in connecting to the data in this systems, translating it into executable code on these systems, (more...)

Discussie over medewerkerbetrokkenheid gaat door

door Henry Barenholz, Senior Director HCM Leader Benelux & Nordics
Follow on Twitter: @HenryBarenholz

Nieuw onderzoek van Oracle toont aan dat medewerkerbetrokkenheid alleen werkt als zij wordt gemeten

Medewerkerbetrokkenheid is een van die eeuwige vraagstukken die zich nooit ver buiten de radar van de directie bevindt. Maar ondanks de voortdurende belangstelling, hebben we geen antwoord op een aantal vragen. Is medewerkerbetrokkenheid voor bedrijven een strategische kwestie? En zo ja, hoe dan? Hoe is het nauwkeurig (more...)

Things to consider BEFORE upgrading to Oracle 12.1.0.2 to AVOID poor performance and wrong results

Finally it got published on MyOracle Support (MOS) portal - one of the most helpful notes when we prep for an upgrade or a migration - and potentially the one with the longest title in MOS:

MOS Note: 2034610.1
Things to consider BEFORE upgrading to Oracle Database 12.1.0.2
to AVOID poor performance and wrong results 

Avoid Poor Performance and Wrong Results when upgrading to 12.1.0.2

Just in case you are NOT upgrading/migrating to Oracle Database 12.1.0.2 there are (more...)

Database 12.1.0.2 Certified with EBS 11i on Additional Platforms

As a follow up to the prior announcement on February 11th, 2015, Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1.0.2) is now certified with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11i (11.5.10.2 + ATG_PF.H.delta.7 (RUP 7) and higher) on the following additional platforms:

  • HP-UX Itanium (11.31)
  • IBM AIX on Power Systems (64-bit) (6.1, 7.1*)
  • IBM: Linux on z Systems (RHEL 5,6, SLES 11)*

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Oracle Linux 6.7 がリリースされました

Oracle Linux 6.7 の ISO イメージが ダウンロード可能 になりましたので早速インストールしてみました。

# uname -srv
Linux 3.8.13-68.3.4.el6uek.x86_64 #2 SMP Tue Jul 14 15:03:36 PDT 2015
# lsb_release -a
LSB Version:    :base-4.0-amd64:base-4.0-noarch:core-4.0-amd64:core-4.0-noarch:graphics-4.0-amd64:graphics-4.0-noarch:printing-4.0-amd64:printing-4.0-noarch
Distributor ID:    OracleServer
Description:    Oracle Linux Server release 6.7
Release:    6.7
Codename:     (more...)

“Custom CSS” im APEX 5.0 Theme Roller: Unbegrenzte Möglichkeiten

Theme RollerSeit APEX 5.0 gibt es den neuen Universal Theme Roller, mit dem Sie das Farbschema Ihrer APEX-Anwendung mit wenigen Mausklicks bequem ändern können - ohne auch nur eine Zeile Code schreiben zu müssen. 

Allerdings möchte man oft Änderungen machen, die über reine Farben hinausgehen - Schriftarten ändern, Elemente positionieren oder Größen anpassen. Das alles bietet der Theme Roller nicht an - muss man also doch wieder den HTML-Code in den APEX-Templates ändern?

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Using Shared AM to Cache and Display Table Data

This post is based on Steve Muench sample Nr. 156. In my personal opinion, ADF samples implemented by Steve Muench still remain one of the best source of examples and solutions for various ADF use cases. Sample Nr. 156 describes how to use Shared AM to display cached data in UI table. Typically Shared AM's are used to implement cached LOV's (session or application scope). But it could go beyond LOV, based on the use (more...)

Estimating Apex Development

You’ve finished the design for an Apex application, and the manager asks you “when will you have it ready to test”. You resist the temptation to respond snarkily “how long is a piece of string” – which, by the way, is often the only appropriate answer if they ask for an estimate before the design work has started.

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Since you have a design and a clear idea of what exactly this application will do, you can build a reasonable (more...)

The role of Coherence in Batch

Lately I have been talking to partners and customers on older versions of the Oracle Utilities Application Framework and they are considering upgrading to the latest version. One of the major questions they ask is about the role of Oracle Coherence in our architecture. Here are some clarifications:

  • We supply a subset of the runtime Oracle Coherence libraries we use in the batch architecture with the installation. It does not require a separate Oracle Coherence (more...)

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Upgrade your SES Database From 11.2.0.3 to 11.2.0.4 for the PeopleSoft Search Framework

An Oracle database Upgrade from 11.2.0.3 to 11.2.0.4 is available for Secure Enterprise Search (SES) with PeopleSoft.  This document on My Oracle Support provides step by step instructions for performing the upgrade.  Note that this upgrade is available for PeopleTools 8.53 or higher on Unix/Linux environments.

I Wish I Sold More

I flew home yesterday from Karen’s memorial service in Jacksonville, on a connecting flight through Charlotte. When I landed in Charlotte, I walked with all my stuff from my JAX arrival gate (D7) to my DFW departure gate (B15). The walk was more stressful than usual because the airport was so crowded.

The moment I set my stuff down at B15, a passenger with expensive clothes and one of those permanent grins established eye contact, (more...)

Java Champions

Learn how to become one of the Champions in the Java world!  Java Champions are members of the community who are recognized as leaders, technical luminaries, and innovative technologists.  All of them are top contributors in the Java community. They are conference speakers, bloggers, community leaders, user group leaders and more. You may know some of them, check them out!

“The Java Champion program is crucial to Java because its members come from all corners (more...)

Oracle Integration Cloud Service – Launch Webcast

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Join this webcast, with Q & A, to hear how Land O' Lakes, JDSU, Global Foundries, Calix, and PWC have discovered ways to break barriers between IT and lines of business with one of the most revolutionary new PaaS offerings: Oracle Integration Cloud Service. 

Have you heard of Oracle Recommends? Pre-built integration? Auto-association?  Learn about these cool new integration features and more:

  • Simplify your integration between cloud and on-premises SaaS applications while maintaining security (more...)

JavaOne Track Highlights: Java and Security

By David Lopez

The JavaOne Content Catalog is live and full of hundreds of great sessions, which, admittedly, can seem a bit overwhelming. With so many sessions, where to start looking? How to really know what JavaOne has to offer? Well, the best place to start is with an understanding of the tracks being offered at this year’s conference. Each one tackles a different side of the Java technologies, and this is the second post (more...)

Community and Regional Oracle User Groups

Back in 2002, as a Junior DBA, I was informed by the senior DBAs I worked with that I MUST become part of my regional user group, (RMOUG).  This was considered a requirement for any educated Database Administrator or Developer of the time and as those who I respected instructed, I became a member and attended my first Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group Training Days in February, 2003.   I was impressed (more...)

Three Steps to Get Big Data Ready for HR

A Guest Post by Melanie Hache-Barrois, Oracle HCM Strategy Director, Southern Europe

Big data will revolutionize HR practices―here is how to hit the ground running with your implementation.

Big data analytics promises to deliver new insights into the workforce; these insights can help HR better predict trends and policy outcomes, and thereby, make the right decisions. It has the power to help HR to predict and plan organizational performance, to minimize the cost, time, and (more...)

Security Inside Out Newsletter, July Edition is Out

The July edition of the Security Inside newsletter is now available. Sign up here for the Security Inside Out newsletter where we highlight key Oracle Security news and provide information on the latest webcasts, events, training and more. 

This month in the news:

Inoculating the Cloud

Another day, another data breach. From the recent cyber attack on the Internal Revenue Service to news of a security bug called VENOM, it seems as if frequent (more...)