Top 2008 Techstack Articles for EBS 11i (Part 2)
By Steven Chan (Oracle Development) on Dec 31, 2008
This is the second of three Year in Review articles: this one summarizes topics of interest specifically for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11i sysadmins.
Top 2008 Release 11i Articles
Database 11gR1 Version 126.96.36.199 Certified with EBS 11i
For those of you who've been holding off on your jump to the 11gR1 Database, here's the first patchset certification on top of 188.8.131.52. This upgrade is your gateway to taking advantages of cool new 11gR1 features like Advanced Compression, Real Application Testing, and the latest new Database Partitioning features.
10gR2 10.2.0.4 Certified with Apps 11i
If you're not ready to move up to the 11gR1 Database, you can move up to the latest 10gR2 patchset, at the very least, to get the most important security, performance, and stability fixes.
US Federal Desktop Core Configuration Certified With Apps 11i
This certification is interesting only to US Federal agencies. However, if you fall into that category, you know how critical this certification is for your environment.
Single Sign-On and Oracle Internet Directory 10.1.2.3 Certified with EBS 11i
OracleAS 10.1.2.3 is a key patchset and prerequisite for nearly every Fusion Middleware component that's integrated externally with the E-Business Suite.
Identity Crisis: Are Patches to EBS 11.5.9 Equivalent to 11.5.10?
As 11.5.9 goes off into the sunset, 11.5.10 becomes the only supported game in town. This article explains what's supported... and what isn't.
Understanding J2SE 1.4 End-of-Life Implications for Apps 11i
Upgrading your middle tier has significant implications for your configuration management policies. You never want to be running on an obsolete Java technology.
Downtime and Apache Restricted Mode in E-Business Suite Release 11i
This is a lesser-known feature that every Apps DBA should be comfortable using. Highly recommended.
Scrambling Sensitive E-Business Suite Data During Cloning
The Applications Management Pack (AMP) is an extremely useful tool. This is one of its killer features.