#73 – Oracle Configuration Manager

This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan talk about Query Manager bugs, changing how they apply CPU Patches, and testing partial database refreshes. Then Dan gives an overview of Oracle Configuration Manager and laments it’s unsupported status.

Show Notes

  • Collaborate Sessions
  • PeopleTools Ideas Page @ 3:30
  • IDDA Logging Follow-up @ 4:15
  • Query Manager / JSON bug @ 6:00
  • Changing how you apply CPU Patches @ 10:15
  • ProcessRestartMemoryLimit Parameter @ 18:15
  • Testing localapp @ 24:45
  • PTF being slow @ 29:15
  • SRID in Access Log @ 32:30
  • Populating Correlation Fields @ 35:30
  • Partial database refresh to grab old code @ 37:30
  • [Keeping Older PI Images] (https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/DocumentDisplay?id=1579720.1) @ 40:30
  • How do you do it: Booting domains: Serial or Parallel? @ 45:45
  • Oracle Configuration Manager @ 48:15

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