I've had a fun week installing this on OEL. Six times I've started and stopped because it would just sit there and hang.
I had it installed a few weeks ago, but if memory serves me, I let it run overnight and everything was up and running. I blew that one away so I could get some more practice (and I wanted to write it up).
I've been fighting with VirtualBox and OBIEE the last couple of days trying to get it installed. Finally resolved the issue early this morning with the help of a friend...post coming shortly.
Now I'm uninstalling it so I can repeat the process from this morning in a more lucid state.
I've found the documentation for OBIEE not quite as robust as the database documentation. Specifically, it's not HTML-ified. So direct linking is (near) impossible.
Everyone should have seen this but I’m going to link to it one more time as the man has come back.
One day- we shall all use Frameworkia…
This genuinely cheers me up when having ‘one of those days’!
By John Piwowar [ blog | twitter ]
This is the second post in my "Installing E-Business Suite" series, where we actually install the software. Hopefully by now you've read part 1, downloaded the software, and configured your Linux server. Thanks again to Chet for the opportunity to share on his blog; I'm enjoying this guest spot on ORACLENERD Inc's New Media Empire (2.0!). And now, welcome to screenshot village; we hope you enjoy your stay.
I’ve been keeping a watchful eye on the Chrome Browser from Google and noticed they’d just released the Mac Beta version so I thought I’d have a quick ‘play’ with it.
As you’d expect it does everything you’d want from a browser, I’m pretty much a Firefox/Safari person (they complement each other pretty well particularly with [...]