Searching for some answers to an OBIEE issue a client was having led me through an extremely detailed excursion through the OracleBI andOracleBIData file system folder structures. I bumped into the folder /OracleBI/Corda50/ which I hadn’t paid much attention to in the past. This is where things got interesting. Spelunking through that directory led me [...]
This is the last post for this Sub Template series. Thanks for your reading! Before moving to a different topic, I just wanted to post some little tips around the Sub-Template. Dynamic Report Title, Not Hard-coded The header section often contains a report title, which should be del.icio.us Tags: Sub Template,RTF Template,Header,Footer,Best Practice unique per each report, so you don’t
This was my first UKOUG TEBS, in fact my first conference I’d ever attended! I was quite unsure what to expect, but three days later I can safely say it was invaluable.
The variety of presentations and expertise being shared was impressive, and it was great to hear people sharing and discussing their ideas and opinions [...]
Today i took a look at the test framework withing the 11g suite. I encountered a strange problem in the test framework of the SOA Suite but before i go into details i will explain the case. I have made the following sca component that returns a greeting. The input is quite simple a name [...]
Well I’m back home now after three days at the UKOUG Technology & EBS Conference in Birmingham. Feedback from the delegates at the event was uniformly positive, with some great speakers and great social events organized by the User Group. Highlights for me were the ACE/ACE Director dinner on the Sunday night, meeting up with [...]
The last two days, when I visited the conference, I got tons of new infos and ideas around the iPhone and how to create applications on it.
The bind account that OAM uses to connect to OID directory services needs to have full rights over the portion of the DIT that you intend to manage with OAM.
It is considered a best practice to avoid using the root user (cn=orcladmin) who has rights over the whole context and the rest of the server. It's also a good practice to avoid the use of cn=orcladmin,cn=users,dc=company,dc=com to preserve it for general context administration.
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