I finally got my new laptop after having a loaner for over a month so I can now resume blogging (at least more easily). I’ve been excited about all of the new features and functionality of Essbase 22.214.171.124 and there has bee a flurry of blogs that have described that functionality. Today, Tim Tow posted one feature going away the VB API. There are a number of other features that you might not be aware of as either completely gone or depreciated so they won’t be supported in the future.
The issue that has plagued a number of Essbase customers over the years related to running out of available ports has finally been fixed!
Although Exalogic is widely used as a consolidation platform due its concept of data center in-a-box, most customers look after it as a technical solution for improving application throughput. Counting with a powerful 40GB/s bandwidth InfiniBand fabric, applications running on top of Exalogic can benefit from the high throughput, low latency and efficient network layer while exchanging messages across different processes.
It is with a sad heart that bring you the news that, as of Essbase 126.96.36.199, the Essbase VB API is officially dead. I cut my teeth in Essbase working with that API way back in the mid-1990's, but the writing had been on the wall for some time. Microsoft stopped supporting VB years ago, so it was only a matter of time before this time would come. That being said, I haven't used the VB API for any new Essbase work since about 2001; the Essbase Java API is alive and growing so my efforts have been there.
Here is the official notification:
If you have a sorted collection of elements, how would you find index of specific value? "Binary search" is likely to be your answer. Algorithms theory is teaching us what binary search is most optimal algorithm for this task with log(N) complexity. Well, hash table can do better, if you need to find key by exact match. In many cases, though, you have reasons to have your collection sorted, not hashed.
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In this example we are going use Postgres database for session replication. It can be downloaded from here
Once installed, you need to execute the following query to create the table to store session
I’ve been doing apex for about 7 years now, and along the way I discovered a few things that made my life as a developer a lot easier. I made a list of 5 things that I wish I had known wen I just started. Those things will be explained to you in a series of 5 posts.
One of the most tiresome things to do when managing multiple applications is to keep things like templates, and security up-to-date across all applications.
Apex has a nice built-in system for this called ‘subscriptions’.