I used to get earache on flights, but not any more
… this year I’m booking my kids five rows back
Why don’t mummies go on summer vacation?
They are afraid to relax and unwind!
The sun has got his hat on in Europe this week – time to head indoors, and enjoy the shade, with a cool drink and a computer full of OBIEE blogs!
Blogs of the week
Bill Anderson talks about when things go wrong. He says the aspects of OBIEE that can be adversely affected by an improper upgrade are:
- Technical deployment
- Core Oracle Analytics
- Report Development
- High availability sets
Daan Bakboord links to the download page and tells us to try out the Oracle Cloud Platform!
Jeff Smith answers this question:
“We tried also to apply some naming conventions but I think we didn’t understand something….
Having a logical model with a table having the column X, and a glossary having the standard name as Y. Can I apply some checks based on the glossary directly in the logical or relational model?”
Irina Bakardzhieva goes through:
- The Challenge
- DVD 12.3 plugin
- The ClearPeak’s Solution
Ric Van Dyke talks about a little hiccup in 12.2 with SQLPlus in this blog.
6. Sans Kscope
Scott Wesley talks about NOT going to KScope!
Antonis Antoniou says, “The May 2017 Oracle Process Cloud Service release on-boarded a very useful and powerful on-prem feature, that of multi-instance subprocesses. In a nutshell, multi-instance subprocesses allow you to execute a specific set of actions a specified number of times either in sequence or in parallel. What shouldn’t be confused is the difference between repetitions and multi-instances. Multi-instances will create a snapshot of a specific set of actions and data, and run it a specified number of times, with each instance living in it’s own private memory space.”
A quick blog about SQL Developer Instance Viewer!
This week on Twitter
ODTUG shared the following video:
A Birthday This Big Deserves an Entire Year of Celebrations – Happy Birthday ODTUG!
Ricardo Giampaoli shared A look back at ODTUG Kscope17
This week on LinkedIn
Andy Jorgensen shared The Future of EPM is upon us
Videos such as: