Month: June 2014

#odtug, BI, cloud, conference, cool stuff, Data Migration, Database, Databases, HCM, HFM, Hints and Tips, Hyperion, Implementation, kscope14, OBIA, OBIEE, Oracle, PLSQL, SQL, technology, virtualization

Let The Games Begin! – #Kscope14

We kicked off KScope 14 with a great Community Service event with the Nature Consortium.  If you saw my tweet earlier, we HANDLED that Himalayan Blackberry.  I’ve got some of that stuff or a very close relative growing in my back yard, so I felt really good pulling that stuff out.  Not to be beat …

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Get Involved. Network. Share. Who knows where it will take you

My favorite Oracle conference starts soon. This year, KScope14 is about much more than going to all the great sessions presented by a phenomenal group of experts.  This time it’s about involvement.  What could I do over the course of the year to contribute to an organization that has been instrumental in the development of …

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Using Shell Scripts as Concurrent Programs in EBS

Using Shell Scripts as Concurrent Programs in EBS Recently, I started looking at way to address a scheduling problem when moving files associated with our business partners. We currently have a three step process: Schedule a Concurrent Program to produce a file Set up a cronjob to schedule a shell script to move and archive …