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As an Oracle Apps administrator, it’s a good idea to have a punch list of things to check after your applications have been started, to ensure all services are working correctly.
A while back I was working with a client on a web application project that had a basic SQL Server database as the relational data storage system.
We’ve been doing quite a bit of Hyperion Essbase integration into Oracle BIEE lately. Most Oracle BI consulting groups will admit that this is all the rave right now.
Your E-Business Suite session is idle, and in your haste you simply click the ‘X’ at the top of your browser. You know it’s not the proper thing to do, but you’re not sure of the implications.
If you’re using MySQL replication, chances are your master and slave databases aren’t entirely consistent. There are a number of reasons for this. Some MySQL functions like UUID() don’t replicate properly with statement-based replication.