Working in an IT project, means working with version control. A lot of times, this means subversion in combination with Tortoise SVN. In bigger projects it sometimes happens there are folders in the tree structure that you are not really interested in. It is a good things, that you can exclude this folders from your update, so you don’t get distracted by de commits done on folders you don’t care about.
In yesterday’s post I took a look at one of the new features in the 126.96.36.199.1 release of the BI Applications; integration between BI Apps 11g and Oracle Endeca Information Discovery. Whilst we’re on the topic then, I thought it’d be worth taking a look at another new feature introduced with BI Apps 188.8.131.52.1 – data lineage and impact analysis.
One of the new features that made its way into Oracle BI Apps 184.108.40.206.1, and that completely passed me by at the time, was integration with Oracle Endeca Information Discovery 3.1 via a new ODI11g plug-in.
If you want to upskill and get certified on Hadoop you can now do so for free. Thanks to MapR. Over the next couple of weeks they are rolling out their on-demand Hadoop training courses. The highlight of the first batch of courses is Developing Hadoop Applications on Yarn.
We've just pushed out an update to the WebLogic Server 12.1.3 Developer Zip distribution containing the bug fixes from a recent PSU (patch set update).
This is great for developers since it maintains the high quality of the developer zip distribution and the convenience it provides - avoids reverting to the generic installer to then enable the application of patch set updates. For development use only.
Download it from OTN:
The Oracle Maven Repository is live and available for public access to the public APIs, libraries, utilities and archetypes that are shipped as part of the Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.2 and 12.1.3 releases, including corresponding Coherence versions.
** The repository also publishes the same from the ADF, SOA, OSB and other Fusion Middleware options.
Oracle Maven Repository http://maven.oracle.com