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PeopleCode Array class’ generic sort?

I’ve come across the following statement on PeopleBooks (PeopleCode API Reference > Application Classes > When Would You Use Application Classes?). This statement can be found in PeopleBooks for PeopleTools versions 8.45 to 8.49:

Access to Instance Variables within the same Class

In PeopleSoft application classes, instance variables are analogous to private variables in most object-oriented languages. This means that instance variables are inaccessible from PeopleCode outside the class where it is declared. I used to assume that a specific object (instance of a class) would only have access to its own instance variables. This appears not to be the case, as the following paragraphs in PeopleBooks (PeopleCode API Reference > Application Class > Self-Reference) states:

OPMN in E-Business Suite R12

Oracle Process Manager & Notification Server (OPMN) is a new addition to R12 E-Business Suite Technology Stack. OPMN manages all Oracle Application Server 10g Components (like 1. Oracle HTTP Server, 2. OC4J etc). OPMN has three components.

1. Oracle Notification Server - Tool which carries messages (about failure, recovery, start) between different components of Oracle Application server.

E-Business Suite R12 - Software Load Balancing

Found an interesting post by Steven (for E-Business Suite 11i version)

http://blogs.oracle.com/schan/newsItems/departments/networkingArchitectures/2006/06/16#a322

How about software load balancing with the Release 12 E-Business Suite !!

Analyze This

 

If you outsource your web analytics, I bet it takes 1-4 weeks for you to get results back after you submit your weblogs.  Take a look at this BIDW appliance that combines open source software with massively parallel processing systems for a near real time analysis of your web traffic.

Analyze This

 

If you outsource your web analytics, I bet it takes 1-4 weeks for you to get results back after you submit your weblogs.  Take a look at this BIDW appliance that combines open source software with massively parallel processing systems for a near real time analysis of your web traffic.

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