The 184.108.40.206 release of OWB containing the 32 bit and 64 bit clients is released today. Big thanks to Anil for spearheading that, another milestone on the Data Integration roadmap.
Below are the patch numbers;
- 17389934 - OWB 220.127.116.11 STANDALONE CLIENT
FOR LINUX X86 64 BIT
- 17389949 - OWB 18.104.22.168 STANDALONE CLIENT
FOR LINUX X86 32 BIT
The windows releases will come in due course. This is the terminal release of OWB and customer bugs will be resolved on top of this release.
Sure and Stedfast has been a steady motto through my life, it came from way back in my old Boys Brigade days back in Scotland. Working in Oracle I have always reflected back on that over the years, can still hear 'Will your anchor hold in the storms of life' ringing in my ear. The ride through different development organizations from Oracle Tools, through Oracle Database and Oracle Middleware groups, from buildings 200, to 400 to 100, 7th floor, 9th floor, 5th floor, countless acquisitions and integrations. Constant change in some aspects, but zeroes and ones remain zeroes and ones, for our group the direction and goals were well understood. Whilst its been quiet on the OWB blogging front, the data integration development organization has been busy, very busy releasing versions of OWB and ODI over the past few years and building the 12c release.
So to 12c... our data integration product roadmap has been a strong focal point in our development over the past few years and that's what we have been using to focus our energy and and our direction. Like personal life we need a goal, a vision and a roadmap for getting there. There have been plenty of challenges along the way; technical, political and personal - its been a tough and challenging few years on all of those fronts, its when you are faced with momentous personal challenges that the technical ones look trivial. The most gratifying aspect is when you see light at the end of the tunnel. It's that light at the end of the tunnel that gives you added strength to finish the job at hand. Onwards and upwards!