Upgrading your EBS environment can be a lengthy process but when you come to do the cut-over on your Production environment you want to minimize your downtime as much as possible. Take a look at the documents highlighted below for information on how to reduce your upgrade downtime.
So, as I'm writing this, I'm in the press tent at #OOW13 sipping on a Dr.
So now that Oracle has announced availability of E-Business Suite 12.2, I've been swamped with questions from EBS users still on 11.5.10...to which version should I upgrade? 12.1.3 or 12.2?
Well, let's start with some facts:
This blog is back from temporary hiatus while we were putting our best efforts behind R12.2 of Oracle E-Business Suite, which has been recently announced for general availability. Integrated SOA Gateway in R12.2 packs lot of punch for our customers. Firstly, we are leveraging the market leading Oracle Fusion Middleware 11G as Oracle E-Business Suite technology stack. Secondly, Integrated SOA Gateway leverages Oracle SOA Suite to provide SOAP webservices.
I was checking Oracle 12c again, because of a beta exam end of october, and noticed something strange.
This time I decided to install 12c Grid software first to use the 12c ASM for the 12c database.
After installing ASM, I tried to check the disks available in ASM...
[oracle@localhost ~]$ . oraenvORACLE_SID = [oracle] ? +ASMThe Oracle base has been set to /opt/oracle[oracle@localhost ~]$