Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Development has released the following August 2014 Recommended Patch Collections (RPCs):
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When using the one time address functionality in iProcurement, the 'One Time Address' should become an attachment on the requisition line and then transfer to the Purchase Order Shipment; however, the requisition line attachment is being attached to the purchase order line.
Hi Apps DBA,We usually do cloning by copying the Application tops from Source(TEST1) to Target(TEST2).First we compress the files in source and than we copy those file from source to target and finally we uncompress followed by renaming and further process .Below are the useful commands and safe one to do this task.Step 1:Tarring and zipping:nohup tar -cvpf - ./test1appl 2> /u01/app/test1/test1appl.log | gzip -c -> /u01/app/test1/test1appl.gz &
With the upcoming Siebel Innovation Pack 2014, the Siebel community is rightfully excited about Siebel Open UI. IP 2014 will be the fourth release (after 188.8.131.52 two years ago, 184.108.40.206 and IP 2013) and once it is generally available, there will be a lot of exciting things to write about.
Check out 'Defaulting Rules in Purchase Orders and Agreements: For Better Configuration and Ease of Use ' Doc ID 1613717.1.
I reran the Banana Pi benchmark with an SSD hooked up.
Because most of the benchmarks only use the CPU the result is almost the same. As soon as applications also rely on storage you will see a performance gain. In my test this is reflected in the Nginx benchmark.
The disk benchmark (dbench) shows the performance difference in real numbers: if you use an SSD instead of an SD-card you gain about 44MB/s in disk performance.