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Blog | Aug 2, 2016

Useful tips around OBIEE

Posted by Vignesh Kumar


Through this blog we will learn two tips around OBIEE. In the first one, we will learn to increase the row limit in OBIEE 12c. In the second one, we will learn to overcome a Stuck thread issue in OBIEE. 
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Blog | Jul 1, 2016

Import Catalog: A New RMAN Feature

Posted by Mithun Mahajan


The IMPORT CATALOG command is used to import the metadata from one recovery catalog schema into a different catalog schema. Each target imported is unregistered from the source catalog and registered with the target catalog by default.
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Blog | Jun 3, 2016

Oracle EBS R12.2.5 New Features

Posted by Shyamal Shah

Oracle E-Business Suite R12.2.5 has been around for a while now. If you are still using an older version, it is time to upgrade. Having the most up to date version of EBS guarantees that you are utilizing the latest and greatest features that Oracle has to offer. 

 E-Business Suite R12.2.5, Patch 19676458 with 9 Zip files with 4.3GB in total size.

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Blog | May 24, 2016

Oracle Business Intelligence 12C Overview

Posted by Vikram R Kosanam

Oracle Business Intelligence 12C is latest analytics suite release of the Oracle BI System with major changes to architecture and new updated feature sets such as visual analyzer, better life cycle management, BI Ask and Data Mashups. 

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Blog | Apr 8, 2016

How to Have Purchase Documents Approved When the Approver is on Unplanned Vacation?

Posted by Suneetha Krishnapathruni


The ‘Forward Documents’ feature helps to manage purchase documents and keep them moving through the approval hierarchy to procure the required material/services for the organization. Saving time and reducing any inconvenience.

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Blog | Apr 1, 2016

FNDLOAD – The Generic Loader

Posted by Harish Durgapal


FNDLOAD is an Oracle utility that allows for the transfer of a wide range of Oracle Foundation (FND) data from one instance to the other.

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Blog | Mar 15, 2016

Oracle Mobile Application Framework Use Cases

Posted by Braj Pratap Singh

Oracle Mobile Application Framework, also known as MAF, is a solution that enables you to create mobile applications that run natively on both iOS and Android phones and tablets. A few months ago, we published a blog called " Transitioning to Mobile Application Framework" which introduced  the core design principles and various features of the Oracle Mobile Application Framework. (Click here to read our first MAF blog.) We discussed the MAF architecture and building blocks, but what use cases is the following framework being implemented in?
 
Braj Singh is back to go over some real world features and examples of MAF in action. These are the features of Mobile Application Framework and its use cases where it can be implemented in.

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Blog | Feb 23, 2016

How to Migrate Oracle Database from Solaris to Linux

Posted by Ravi Bhatia

Proprietary UNIX servers depreciate rapidly and they are often little of their original value after just a few years of usage due to their costs which varied from hundreds of thousands of dollars. Another reason is the increasing power of so-called commodity chips from Intel Corp & low-cost operating systems like Linux. 
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Blog | Jan 22, 2016

Oracle Critical Patch Update for January 2016

Posted by Shyamal Shah

Are you ready for another batch of Oracle CPU?

CPU (Critical Patch Update) is a collection of patches for multiple security vulnerabilities and usually cumulative. But it is always advisable to review Prior CPU Advisories for earlier published security fixes.

Oracle has just released CPU for January 2016 which has 248 new security fixes throughout Oracle Products, this is record breaking number so far.

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Blog | Jan 22, 2016

Transitioning to Mobile Application Framework

Posted by Braj Pratap Singh


The component based development approach in MAF equips the developer with rich user interfaces across multiple platforms and devices.

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