Here is a quick breakdown of features:
- Does not require beehive, presence or XMMP servers for chat – just an authorised spaces connection
- Authenticates against webcenter and lists your webcenter Connections
- Show User online status
- Can link upto multiple XMPP Servers like the Pidgin Client but within a web browser (more...)
I came across Bug 12927519 on Metalink today that suggests that EBS R12.2 may include an enhancement to allow for bursting of BI Publisher/XML Publisher documents in one step (it says it was ‘fixed in product version 18.104.22.168X’)! I do not see anything about in the 12.2 Release Content Documents, but that’s nothing new.
Currently, to burst you have to run 2 concurrent requests. The actual concurrent request to generate your output and then a second concurrent request to actually do the bursting (XML Publisher Report Bursting Program). This is not (more...)
It’s been around for a month or so, but I just got around to checking out the new BI Publisher Enterprise 11g Trial Edition that the BIP folks posted about in May.
When BIP 11g hit the streets the installation was huge. Unlike the small and easy to install BIP Enterprise 10g, 11g was quite a chore to install. Sure it was prettier than 11g and gave a lot more functionality as it’s now integrated with OBIEE, but it wasn’t very practical if you just wanted to run it on your laptop or desktop for development or demo (but (more...)
So I own a Vertex 120GB and Vertex 2 240GB drive – I have to say these are excellent drives and I’m already looking at the rev drive and the Vertex 3 for my next purchase!
These drives are far superior in everyway in my opinion to the standard momentum or scorpion drives out there.
- last week I fell asleep infront of the TV with my laptop as I’m sure a lot of you have done in the past.
WELL.. If your a true geek like me I’m sure you’ve done it!
But I’m jumping back into the scene and taking a side step away from tweeting as @JRSim_UIX and giving you some useful tips blogging my experiences with Oracle FMW and the WebCenter software stack and lettling you see a few secret projects.
Oracle Certification Program (OCP) Team has become social-media savvy over the years. Today, there are less than six degrees of separation between you and the tirelessly working Oracle Certification Team who have launched more than 100 new certification exams in the last 3 years. Gone are the days where you e-mailed the OCP Team and waited weeks for an answer. Now there are 6 social media channels to reach them.
They are as follows:
Facebook - Like their Facebook page and get status updates on latest announcements
So.. As you can see.. Up to my neck in work haven’t transitioned across to Fishbowl CFour just yet so get you Bunny Inc dosage in..
Also on a side note for all you iphone enthusiasts the latest iphone WebCenter package has been released!
Goto the apple market and download your copy lots of awesome improvements well done CB.. Great work here.
That’s right; Fishbowl Solutions are coming to EMEA!
It’s an exciting time and a lot of changes on the horizon. Firstly Blue Studios:: Oracle focused Sections - will be moving and migrating across into Fishbowls:: Cfour Oracle Enterprise 2.o blog. I’ll be joining the team of bloggers keeping you up to date with my latest brainwaves and integrated solutions, mostly of what you’ll soon be seeing on a new area of Fishbowls site – “The Labs”; where we’ll be giving you sample code, whitepapers and guides as well as releasing some of our cut-down products for you to have (more...)
"Drunk girls know that love is an astronaut It comes back but it's never the same"
Drunk girls - LCD Soundsystems
There's a site called Sorry I Haven't Posted in which Cory Arcangel rounds up some of the inspiring, baroque or just downright surreal reasons which erstwhile bloggers have given for not having posted recently. Unfortunately I haven't got anything strange or startling. I didn't intend for Radio Free Tooting to fall silent for so long. It just happened. Work and other stuff got in the way. It turns out blogging has got a lot more in common with jogging (more...)