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Pull up a chair

As Meg mentioned last week, we’ve been clearing out old chairs and sprucing up our offices in 300 building at HQ over the last few months.  I am very pleased with my office move and the view is pretty good.
The other morning I took this snap as they unloaded an entire truck full of office [...]

Meet the experts on the OCP blog !

Mohan Dutt, a.k.a. OCP Advisor, is presenting a new weekly feature on his OCP blog (http://ebizocp.blogspot.com). It is called 'Meet the Experts' and its' a Q/A with certain Oracle Certified professionals. I am proud to say that I was also asked to be part of this new feature. So, I delivered my certification experience and it will soon be on the OCP blog. So keep checking the OCP blog for the Q/

Data security in the streets of Dakar

I spent 2 weeks in Senegal. One week of holidays in the South, Casamance, and one week work on an internal Popay project.We ordered a take away sandwich, and great was my surprise that the sandwich was wrapped within printed paper. My first reflex was about health.Then i had a closer look into the paper, and i saw a listing, dating from September 2002.An old style print, listing bank account

Fixed Assests Intercompany in R12

Something I often forget to mention is the enhancement of Intercompany functionality in Fixed Assets (FA) that has been provided in R12. So here is my attempt to explain it, based on an old email discussion with the FA team, I wouldn’t describe myslef as an FA expert, but if there are any comments [...]

How to get Discoverer4i working on Oracle Linux5

This morning I tested the sollution on another EBS 11.5.1.0.2 environment running on Oracle Linux 5. I also upgraded the database for this environment from 9i to 10.2.0.4, so it's also a test for Discoverer4i on 10gr2. I tried starting the disco processes using the default start script addisctl.sh from Oracle in the $COMMON_TOP/admin/script/ORACLE_SID. When the script tried to start the locator,

What’s the best way to extend the seeded SLA rules?

I’ve received some specific requests to help people out on this, but each situation is specific to setup and data sets, I’ll talk about in general.
Some questions to answer before starting to help decide what direction to take

how often am i going to change the rules
who is changing the rules – do they understand the business [...]

Issue solved....

I solved the issue with Discoverer on Linux 5.I will post the workaround tomorrow, because I have to test it on another enviroment also. To get Discoverer working I had to edit some config files, change it back later on. Patch the disco libraries, undo the patch and so on. To get a good image of the sollution I want to test it on another Linux 5 EBS environment. The service request is still open

Siebel User Group Australia Event – 21 August

There’s another Siebel User Group event coming up in Sydney. On Thursday 21st August we’re back at the Australia Graduate School of Management for a panel discussion on The Single View of a Customer – Myth or Reality?
I’m personally interested to hear the panellists’ experiences with building business processes around search. Being able to locate [...]

Discoverer on Oracle Linux 5

After I had the EBS 11.5.10.2 running on Oracle Linux 5, I noticed another problem.When trying to start the disco proces using addisctl.sh in the $COMMON_TOP/admin/scripts directory I noticed the following error :/oebs/pubtar21/pubtar21ora/8.0.6/jre1183o/lib/i686/green_threads/libzip.so: symbol errno, version GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference (libzip.so)Unable to

Courses: IUT225 and IUT235

On 11th of August 2008 I went to Poland to deliver the IUT225: EDM Overview and IUT235 Real Time Pricing to a group of people from Poland, Bulgaria, Check Republic and Russia.

I had a good time durring this course as I got a chance to pass my knowledge to others. I didn't get the courses evaluation yet but I guess I taught them good ;).

Some of them was part of the same group I taught IUT230 Billing and Invocing for 4 days in April.

Here are some pictures.

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