Jon's cheeky weekly review of which enterprise software articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica & beyond - for the week ending October 19, 2014.
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When it comes to getting data out of and into a Siebel database, usually the first tools that come to mind are Siebel EAI business services like EAI Siebel Adapter or Enterprise Integration Manager (EIM). While EIM and EAI provide the richest functionality and are popular for good reason, sometimes we just need to transport some records in a table from one Siebel database to the other.
Such scenarios are often found when it comes to working with non-production environments, such as test instances where we quickly want to establish test records and the like.
New Costing white paper describing
the setup of the Cost Management Subledger Accounting Feature available
in Release 12 for purchase order and miscellaneous transaction. It includes a step by step guide on how to configure the SLA feature for business transactions. The document contains the following sections:
How to export a MYSQL table into a CSV file, with the fieldnames in the first row. In one simple MYSQL command.
Here you can view the slides:
New functionality has been released to allow purging of Quotes in R12.1.3. The ability to purge Quotes is included as standard functionality in release 12.2.4 and this functionality has now been backported to 12.1.3 via Patch 19388406:R12.ASO.B. (The functionality is not available in R11i).For details of the R12 Purge Quote functionality refer to the following documentation:
My Oracle OpenWorld presentation “Mastering Oracle ADF Bindings: Advanced Techniques” is now available for download from the OpenWorld web site. In this presentation, I talk about
The Internet is moving beyond the confines of smartphones and tablets and helping to power billions of everyday devices, including factory assembly lines, workplaces, and parking meters. The Internet of Things is the intelligent connection of people, process, data and things, and if 2013 was the year of big data, then 2014 certainly is the year of IoT.