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New release of Lucene Domain Index based on Lucene 2.9.0

A new binary distribution of Lucene Domain Index ( for Oracle 10g/11g has been released.

Lucene Domain Index is integration of Lucene Project running inside the Oracle JVM and integrated to the SQL layer by adding a new index type.
This new version uses latest Lucene 2.9.0 core libraries and introduces some of the changes on API.
Here complete list of changes:

Software Testing and Development Newsletter - October 2009

Quotable Quotes

Enjoy when you can, and endure when you must.  –Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.  –Dwight Eisenhower

Civility costs nothing and buys everything.  –Mary Wortley Montagu

R12.1.1 Apache won't start unable to load

After R12.1.1 install, Apache wouldn't start and we had these errors in the log unable to load

One of the metalink notes advised running genclntsh on IAS_ORACLE_HOME.

$ ./genclntsh -32
cat: cannot open $IAS_ORACLE_HOME/lib32/ldflags
Undefined first referenced
symbol in file
nnfhboot $IAS_ORACLE_HOME/lib32/libn10.a(nnfgt.o)
nnflboot $IAS_ORACLE_HOME/lib32/libn10.a(nnfgt.o)

The Factory

I was just made aware of this ERP video series from K3 Syspro about an ERP selection process at a mid-market manufacturer.  If you’ve already fallen asleep you should wake up and click the link below, it’s quite funny.  The video is a lot like “The Office”, and it follows incompetent manager David’s quest for the perfect ERP system. 

Thomas Kurian talks about Fusion Applications

Read this article about Fusion Applications.
Oracle Customers About To Begin Testing Fusion Apps
Interesting is that Thomas Kurian is still saying Fusion Apps will be the best of all current apps: “Kurian said Oracle has stayed consistent with its plan, and built applications — including financial apps, human resources, supply change management, procurement, and human capital [...]

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For The CRM Folks In The Crowd

The Oracle Applications Users Group ("OAUG") sponsors a series of web-based training sessions: OAUG Training Tuesdays. The sessions are free for OAUG members, but pre-registration is required on a first-come, first-served basis.

Get ready for OOW!

Oracle Open World is just over 2 weeks away and that means it’s time to start getting serious about creating that schedule! There are many sessions worth attending and unfortunately you can’t see them all, but here are a few must-sees for ADF developers of any skill level:
The ADF Methodology Group (a google group consisting [...]

Design Patterns and You: The Decorator

So, I’ve been doing some work on my Framework for Package API-Based ADF BC (locking doesn’t work as-is, and it turns out the framework needs some pretty significant re-architecture to get it to), and between that and my regular work, I’ve been a little ADF’ed out. So for a couple of weeks or so, I’m [...]

A Chance To Do Good

This is a little off the subject for this blog, but I'm hoping that this is an opportunity for each of us to do a good turn and make the world a little better place.

The Understanding Oracle Series

Cold Fusion
 We live in times when good things to worry about range from “which steroid era players belong in the Hall of Fame?” to “can our species survive climate change?”  Given the range of real things to be concerned about, JD Edwards users do not need to spend any time worrying about Oracle Fusion [...]

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