Not sure what patches you need to apply to optimize your Procurement Accounting processes and avoid known issues? Well Doc ID 1594111.1 makes it easy for you. Follow the steps in the ‘Recommended Patching Steps’ section to get the patches for all product groups including Purchasing, Payables, SLA and Costing that impact your Procurement Accounting Flows. The note additionally provides information on who should apply the patching and how to perform an impact analysis, as well as any
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More on Linux containers... the use of btrfs in particular and being able to easily create clones/snapshots of container images. To get started : have an Oracle Linux 6.5 installation with UEKr3 and lxc installed and configured.
lxc by default uses /container as the directory to store container images and metadata. /container/[containername]/rootfs and /container/[containername]/config. You can specify an alternative pathname using -P.
A short entry, since if you have setup a cups server and you have set up the Windows 7 clients to print to it via IPP you may find the windows printer spooler some times plays up. We had this for a while with our setup and I could not find a answer. It looks like Microsoft really tries hard for it software to only work with Windows.
I bet there is code inside windows which says if talking to non-windows system add bugs!!
Process Return Orders
Oracle Shipping Execution now supports processing of return orders for Inventory and WMS-enabled organizations. The Return to Vendor functionality available in Oracle Purchasing enables Oracle Shipping Execution users to track the status of the return orders, print shipping documents, enforce export compliance, and ship returns to vendors.
Transmit Shipment Batch Information between EBS Instance and Data Warehouse Management Systems
So I played a bit with docker yesterday (really cool) and as I mentioned, it uses lxc (linux containers) underneath the covers. To create an image based on OL6, I used febootstrap, which works fine but Dwight Engen pointed out that I should just use lxc-create since it does all the work for you.
Dwight's one of the major contributors to lxc. One of the things he did a while back, was adding support in lxc-create to understand how to create Oracle Linux images.
In Depot Repair one real-life scenario is that an item that is returned for repair turns out to be unrepairable. This often causes headaches in modelling the transactions in the Depot Repair application, because originally the item was transacted back with the expectation that it would be returned to the customer.
As in previous years, Oracle UK Payroll Support is providing customer seminars on the legislative updates for completing processing for the 2013/14 tax year, implementing legislative changes, and new RTI processes from April 2014. You have the option of either a WebEx or Oracle office-based seminar.
I have been following the Docker project with great interest for a little while now but never got to actually try it out at all. I found a little bit of time tonight to at least try hello world.
Since docker relies on cgroups and lxc, it should be easy with uek3. We provide official support for lxc, we are in fact a big contributor to the lxc project (shout out to Dwight Engen) and the docker website says that you need to be on 3.8 for it to just work.
Grégory Guillou (
>@GregoryGuillou) has a post on using DTrace with Perl:
>Custom DTrace Probes for Perl on Oracle Linux 6. He uses
libusdt developed by Chris Andrews ( href="https://twitter.com/chrisandrews" >@chrisandrews). Check it out!