If you have downloaded the latest Identity Management release, then you will find these notes helpful. If you have not downloaded the latest release, you can download it here. This article is the first in a series that will explore new features in the R2 PS1 release.
I guess it’s a British thing to not blow our own trumpet (does that translate the same over in the US?), but something I’m particularly proud about with the upcoming Rittman Mead BI Forum 2013 events is our Oracle Data Integration Masterclass, running on the Wednesday before each event properly starts, and put together by myself, Stewart Bryson and Michael
At present the following EPM components do not support vertical scaling:
Following on from an earlier article(Using inputNumberSlider with Dates) where I showed you how you could use an
Specifically the most recent use case was to represent text labels for the number "stops" on the slider so that it could be used as a way of filtering datasets. So this is what it looks like:
This year's European Identity Conference is devoted to cloud, mobile and social. This promises to be an exciting event this year. Here is a link to the conference. You will not want to miss Peter Boyle and Mike Neuenschwander. Peter's keynote is on Thursday May 16th. Peter Boyle is Head of Identity Services for BT. Below is an abstract for his talk.
Oracle Data Integrator is being used as the ETL tool for BI Apps. Here are some benefits: 1. Productivity It tasks less efforts for developers to write a ETL map comparing to other ETL tool. 2. Define ETL flow patterns in KM The reason why now we can take less effort is that the flow [...]
I had a question last week from a great customer that is looking to
build some custom .Net apps that enable users to jump from the app to
the BIP interface with a click. The fly in the ointment, no single sign
on (SSO) servers in sight! Day-um!
The key highlights are:
Oracle Fast Data Product Marketing Team
This week we hit on some brave new developments in the world of high velocity big data solutions: enter Fast Data. Let’s review the essential top five: