A Brief comparison between ITIL Version 3 and PMBOK 4th Edition
PMBOK and ITIL, both are descriptive and complimentary in nature. However, the major difference betweek PMBOK and ITIL is, PMBOK project management can be applied to any domain, such as Civil Engineering Construction or Public Sector or IT, however ITIL is specific to IT only. [...]
Recently on a Solaris 8 box when I executed this command, I go the error unable to get pty
$ /usr/dt/bin/dtterm &
$ grantpt: Error 0
unable to get pty
A google search returned this link from docs.sun.com:
unable to get pty!
When trying to open a Terminal window (dtterm) in CDE, a pop-up window appears stating, Unable to get pty!
I’ve been wanting to create a blog for a long time now and I’m finally getting around to it. Originally, I was hoping that the Oracle Forums would be an interactive resource but with almost 20,000 registered members, it is too difficult to moderate.
So here it is, my new blog. Feel free to join and comment!
- V.J. Jain
This is the last in a series of posts about tuning business components. The complete list:
View Objects, Part 1
View Objects, Part 2
View Objects, Part 3
Application Modules, Part 1
Application Modules, Part 2
Application Modules, Part 3 (this post).
The last post was about understanding application module pooling, so I’m going to assume you understand it now. [...]
Folks, finally some good news i am all set to start blogging. As I had shared in my previous post, i was awaiting clearance from my employer to start blogging again.
With the clearance now in place, am ready to blog again
It’s been a long, long time coming, but PeopleTools 8.50 has been released!
There were a couple of docs floating around that listed 18th Sept as the release date, but no official confirmation from Oracle, so I wasn’t 100% sure that it was coming. Further details here:
Rather intriguingly not only is there this release (which is [...]
Just got my first login on a local PeopleTools 8.50 installation. The installation was great - kudos to the PeopleTools development team.
Things worked perfectly after finally getting it downloaded (I get the feeling that there were a lot of downloads from Oracle's site today :-). Here are some quick random observations.
The PeopleTools team just announced the general availability of PeopleTools 8.50. I have had the fortunate opportunity to work with PeopleTools 8.50 for a couple of months and I am very pleased with the enhancements provided in this new release. For more information, please read the PeopleTools Team's blog post.