Tomorrow Oracle is hosting a Bay Area Heart Walk at it’s HQ campus and it should be a huge event, not only raising valuable funds but also raising awareness of the importance of a heart healthy lifestyle. Since the beginning of this year I have been doing regular walking meetings and have enjoyed the benefits to both my health and my productivity.
After installing the Grid Infrastructure (GI) home on two Node RAC 11gR2 (188.8.131.52) on Linux 6.5 servers, I tried to create the ACFS filesystem using ASMCA tool to have Oracle (RDBMS) Home. But, the option tabs "Volumes" and "ASM Cluster File Systems" in ASMCA toll were disabled, due to this we were unable to create volume and cluster filesystem and got the following error:
Invoice approval workflow now supports parallelization at the invoice header level on 12.1.x and 12.2.x.
The main advantage for this change is to shorten the processing time for an invoice to get approved. The
parallel approval process imposes a hierarchical (tree) structure on
the transaction’s approver list and enables each part of the tree at a
given level to progress through its notification-approval cycle
As of the 1st of August 2014, VMWare ESXi 5.5 supports Oracle Linux 7. 1.5 months after RHEL 7 and 2-3 weeks after CentOS 7. And good news, from the 5.5 update 2 released last week, we can set it for new guests from the Client:
Recently, Oracle has added some interesting public documents to their official Oracle.com Siebel Page in addition to webcasts and videos.
Am I the only one that often tries to make solutions far more difficult than needed? My first approach to any challenge is likely the most complicated thing I could create. For example, I was working on something with Oracle Apex last week. Came up with what I thought was a nifty new feature and started building. After the equivalent of several hundred lines of code, I had something that worked...just not as well as I hoped.