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Posted in Users Group on September 08, 2010 by Administrator
Silotech Chief Operating Officer, Kelly Tremont, has a vision for sharing Oracle Applications education with the Oracle community.· Recently, he has pooled his resources and founded the South Texas Oracle Applications Users Group (STOAUG).
This OAUG Affiliated Users Group will be unique from other OAUG GEO's around the nation.· STOAUG’s vision to share requires more annual tech days to get the necessary information out to users and consultants around the South Texas Region.
This could create the need for multiple monthly presentation/meetings to cover the different areas.· There will also be annual Tech days to bring in vendors as well as speakers from other areas, to give an array of Oracle knowledge to the Southern Region.
We have had many of our customers using Informatica were having issues with installing and upgrading to 9.0.1. With the many forun posts and open SR's with Informatica, non had received any resolution.
One of our consultants was able to resolve this issue with some careful review of logs and a keen understanding of Informatica.
This Enviornment was as follows:
Oracle Database 11g R1.
Both running on Windows 2003 server.
The Install/Upgrade to 9.0.1 was being preformed selecting default ports.
Once completed everything works fine. With a reboot of the server, the Informatica components would not startup properly.
Our consultant discovered that Informatica also installs a is Cluster Service called Orchestration on the same port as the startup port of 8003.
The solution is to choose a different port for the startup services during the install, if you are using Clustering services.
If you have installed already and are not clustering your Informatica, you can do the following:
Once you finish the Informatica installation process.
Go to your Services and look for the Informatica Orchestration Service, this service is trying to use the 8003 port, which at the same time is assigned to be the Shutdown port.
Once this service is located go to the properties and change the Startup Type to Manual, then stop the service.
Reboot your server.
Then go to Start/All Programs/Informatica PowerCenter/Services/PowerCenter Administration Console.
You should be able to open the Admin Console and create your Repositories and Interfaces.
Thank You Carlos for your discovery on this issue from the many customers have opened SR's with Informatica and still have not resolved this issue.
Posted in UNIX on April 02, 2010 by Administrator
For DBA's or (Unix admins with less experience), when you need to bind your web or app server to a privileged port (<1024) on Solaris 10 and you cannot be given the root account (who wants it anyway), you need a way to startup your server and bind to this low port.
usermod -K defaultpriv=basic,net_privaddr
Now the user can run applications that need to bind to privileged ports (i.e. port 80). This adds a line into the /etc/user_attr file:
Posted in Latest Updates on October 15, 2008 by Administrator
The Critical Patch Update for October 2008 was released on October 14, 2008.
The Critical Patch Update Advisory is the starting point for relevant information. It includes a list of products affected, pointers to obtain the patches, a summary of the security vulnerabilities, and links to other important documents. Supported Products that are not listed in the "Supported Products and Components Affected" Section of the advisory do not require new patches to be applied.
Also, it is essential to review the Critical Patch Update supporting documentation referenced in the Advisory before applying patches, as this is where you can find important pertinent information.
The Critical Patch Update Advisory is available at the following location:
The next four Critical Patch Update release dates are:
Posted in Oracle Certifications on September 01, 2008 by Administrator
Sheven Chan has published a single page view of all Oracle E-Business Suite Certifications. This is a very usefull tool as prior you had to navigate metalink through numerous windows to get the certifications for the many different technology stack components.