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  • April 9, 2019

New Bookmark for the Journey

Elke Phelps
Product Management Director

Contributing Author: Robert Farrington

Greetings, EBS Technology Blog readers!

As some of you may have noticed, on Friday, April 5, 2019, the URL of this blog changed to https://blogs.oracle.com/ebstech. The change was made to better reflect its reason for existing: to provide unmatched insider coverage of the wide range of technology used by Oracle E-Business Suite.

This update is the latest stage in the evolution of the EBS Technology Blog that Steven Chan started in 2006. Since Steven updated you at the end of January 2019 about his extended leave, we've continued to provide a comprehensive range of technology updates from our ever-growing team of contributors.

You will be pleased to hear that our blog infrastructure support team has made the change seamlessly, with a custom configuration that transparently redirects to our new URL. We do recommend, however, that you update your bookmarks with the new URL.

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If you are a subscriber to our RSS feed, this too will continue to function in the same way, with no action needed by you. And if you have not subscribed, you are invited to do so by clicking on the orange RSS icon below and towards the right of the blog title banner. The feed is a great way for you to get automated notifications of the articles published on this blog, conveniently and at no cost.

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Please don't hesitate to let us know how we are doing on any aspect of this blog - what you'd like to see more of, or any other suggestions. You can comment directly on this article, or drop us an email.


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Comments ( 2 )
  • Zsolt Thursday, April 11, 2019
    Dear All,
    While it is a very sensible change on the other hand part of my heart dies with it. I've been following Steven's blog or privately practically from the time of its inception and it has been an invaluable resource. Perhaps it would be reasonable to keep a watermark (or something to that effect) of his name on the blog as a reminder of the heritage.
    Kind regards,
  • Robert Farrington Thursday, April 11, 2019
    Dear Zsolt,

    Thank you for the comments. Be assured that the many articles written by Steven will retain his byline as the author.


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