This post discusses the Oracle® Real Application Clusters (RAC) One Node feature in the Database Enterprise Edition, which was introduced with the 11g Release 2, provides enhanced high availability for single instance Oracle Databases, protecting them from both planned and unplanned downtime. The post also provides instructions for installing the Oracle Grid infrastructure, which is required to use One Node.
Originally published by TriCore: October 6, 2017
This blog covers the basic requirements to import journal entries from any third-party tool into Oracle® E-Business Suite (EBS) General Ledger (GL). After you import journals into the system, you need to post them.
This blog explores the fundamentals of Load and Performance Testing as well as the basics of the Gatling Tool (https://gatling.io). Some popular testing tools are also introduced here for load and performance testing, stress testing and web application monitoring.
Originally published by TriCore: November 7, 2017
Microsoft® introduced the idea of self-service business intelligence (BI) back in 2009, announcing Power Pivot for Microsoft Excel® 2010. After several years, Microsoft released version 1 of Power BI®, but the user experience wasn't great. Microsoft collected feedback from end users and crafted a newer version of Power BI that became popular. This blog provides an introduction to this tool.
Originally published by TriCore: August 29, 2017
Oracle® version 12c offers multitenant database options for host multiple pluggable databases (PDB) with a single container database (CDB). Sometimes, you need to convert a non-CDB database into a CDB pluggable database. This blog describes methods that you can use to convert a non-CDB database into a CDB database.
There are many approaches to upgrading a multi-node Couchbase® Server cluster. This post describes detailed steps for the rolling online upgrade by using the graceful failover and delta recovery method.
Originally published by TriCore: February 12, 2017
This blog takes you through Subledger Accounting (SLA), which is one of the most important features of Oracle® version R12. SLA is the most robust feature in R12, providing the power to modify accounting according to business needs. This blog outlines the difference between R12 and earlier versions of the Subledger, along with some of its key features and components of SLA.
Sometimes businesses require a requisition in order to raise a purchase order (PO) and restrict manual PO creation. This blog shows you how to restrict a user from manually creating a PO.
NetScaler® Application Delivery Controller (ADC), Citrix® Systems' core networking product, is a tool that improves the delivery speed and quality of applications to an end user. This blog describes how to upgrade, by using the command line interface (cli), the software on NetScaler appliances that are configured in a high-availability setup.
This blog outlines the steps to change the password for Oracle®'s E-Business
Suite (EBS) APPS schemas and WebLogic®, which is a routine activity for an
Oracle Applications database administrator (DBA). In EBS version R12.2, you can
change passwords by using the
AFPASSWD option, or by using
by some manual steps.