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“Oracle’s Mark Hurd Builds a Cloud Arsenal.”

The April 26 article on the front page of the USA Today's "Money" section, "Oracle Sharpens Claws in Fight for Cloud Market," is intriguing and compelling for all Oracle Applications users. The author's perspective relates that in spite of Oracle's initial lag in cloud strategy and efforts, Oracle has significant growth potential in th...
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Choices: Defining Your Path to the Cloud

For many Oracle Applications customers, the adoption of cloud solutions is a journey with unique objectives and timeframes. The users community includes customers across a continuum of cloud adoption phases, including many that report their on-premises environments will remain in place for some time. During COLLABORATE 17, Steve D...
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Firefox Version 52 Blocks JRE and, thus, EBS Forms

Firefox's recent stable release channel version 52.0 update ends NPAPI plugin support for Java, Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Acrobat (Adobe Flash is not affected, however, no support end date for this plugin has been communicated). The impact for Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) customers using Firefox is that even though they have the latest version of Java installed on their system, Firefox will not recognize and load the associated Java plugin. 

A morsel of good news for Firefox-EBS users is that a temporary workaround does exist for those who still want to utilize the Firefox browser.

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Joey Sirmons
Very useful. Thank you
Friday, 14 April 2017 09:30
James Morrow
FYI: On 24 April, 2017, Steven Chan posted that Java Web Start is now supported on EBS R12.1 and R12.2. Java Web Start is (basi... Read More
Thursday, 18 May 2017 11:57
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Oracle Database Support Extension

Oracle Announces Continuation of Free Extended Support for the 11.2.0.4 DatabaseChristine Hipp, Los Alamos National Laboratory If you have 11.2.0.4 Oracle databases that you were planning on purchasing extended support for, Oracle has just announced the continuation of the free extended support. The prior expiration date was May&nb...
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