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  • dmce
    dmce Member Posts: 1
    edited February 2019

    New to the community as well.  I am trying to find a sample Oracle Key Vault log file, as we are still in the process of installing OKV in our DEV environment and I need to map events as part of the preparation requirements.  I have no idea where I can post this question or find this documentation.

  • Laura H-Oracle
    Laura H-Oracle Member Posts: 5
    edited February 2019

    Hi,

    For folks new to My Oracle Support Community and the framework, here are a couple of suggestions:

    • Go to the top level of My Oracle Support Community so that you can see the Space List (select "Go Directly To" from the top menu on this page.
    • Type your question or need in the general search. The key thing is to associate your need with a product area. For the example from 'dmce', I think it might be Oracle Database. If you search, you will see other entries that share the search phrase. That will give you an idea of the best subspace and if other users have posted about this area.
    • Click on 'Space List' and find the top-level space that is the likely target and either pick an obvious subspace from there or search the top-level space. Again, you are trying to find existing content that relates to your area of interest.
    • The spaces and subspaces often have a list of recommended documents and resources direct from the product support team. If you can get to that level (i.e., Oracle Database again), you may also identify some good resources to help you support your product.

    Hope that helps,

    Laura

  • Jim-D
    Jim-D Member Posts: 584 Bronze Crown
    edited February 2019

    @dmce - I used the search feature at the top right of the page to search for "Oracle Key Vault" and found several posts in the subspace.

  • 3913517
    3913517 Member Posts: 1
    edited March 2019

    Looking for help installing Oracle JDK 11 in my Virtual Machine, using Linux (RPM-based) OS.

  • BluShadow
    BluShadow Member, Moderator Posts: 40,983 Red Diamond
    edited March 2019

    I'm not a big user of Java, but the best place to start is over in the Java community:   and look at what subspaces there are there.  One of those should suit.

  • raouaz
    raouaz Member Posts: 5
    edited March 2019

    Hi,

    I am new to the Oracle Community and I have a question about the functional and technical changes log in Oracle EBS R12. Where can I post my question please ?

    Thank you very much!

  • BluShadow
    BluShadow Member, Moderator Posts: 40,983 Red Diamond
    edited March 2019
    raouaz wrote:Hi,I am new to the Oracle Community and I have a question about the functional and technical changes log in Oracle EBS R12. Where can I post my question please ?Thank you very much!

    Take a look at the sub spaces of   and see which one fits your question best.

  • Jim-D
    Jim-D Member Posts: 584 Bronze Crown
    edited March 2019

    @raouaz - Welcome!

    If you have a current Oracle support account, you can also visit the EBS communities in My Oracle Support Communities at

    and see What is the difference between My Oracle Support Community, Oracle Groundbreakers, and Cloud Customer Connect?

  • 3989479
    3989479 Member Posts: 1
    edited May 2019

    I am having issues finding Sql *Net to install on a Windows 2016 machine.  Where should I ask this question?

  • BluShadow
    BluShadow Member, Moderator Posts: 40,983 Red Diamond
    edited May 2019

    Perhaps over in the space?

  • 4009830
    4009830 Member Posts: 3
    edited May 2019

    What's so bad about Oracle? Whenever engineers I know say "Oracle," it seems to mean "the worst place to work and you should never do that." Why is that?

  • 4009830
    4009830 Member Posts: 3
    edited May 2019

    What's so bad about Oracle? Whenever engineers I know say "Oracle," it seems to mean "the worst place to work and you should never do that." Why is that?

  • 4009830
    4009830 Member Posts: 3
    edited June 2019

    Thanks for raising this issue but i think not everyone posting in the right section is due to hard interface and complicated design of Oracle. Well this is my personal opinion , your's point of view could be change

  • DAVID71
    DAVID71 Member Posts: 2 Red Ribbon
    edited June 2019

    Hi

    I am struggling to find how to post questions. I've read Timo's article in the FAQ board, but there was no step by step instructions or links on how to find things.

    So - for example, I want to post a Weblogic question - what would be the next step.

  • Jim-D
    Jim-D Member Posts: 584 Bronze Crown
    edited June 2019

    @DAVID71

    1. Use the hamburger icon at the top of the page to navigate to Oracle Groundbreakers > Fusion Middleware >    (or use the search tool to find "Weblogic")
    2. On the SPACE TREE on the left side, click on the appropriate subspace for your question.
    3. In the ACTIONS menu on the right side, click Start a discussion.
    4. Enter your subject, details, and tags
    5. Click the POST button

    If you have an active Oracle Support account, you could choose to post your question in the My Oracle Support Community

    See What is the difference between My Oracle Support Community, Oracle Groundbreakers, and Cloud Customer Connect?

  • 3990196
    3990196 Member Posts: 1
    edited July 2019

    i have load data in the Data Visualizer but when i go to open the table it doesn't show anything.

  • 4036875
    4036875 Member Posts: 2
    edited July 2019

    Hi,

    we use ,

    Produkt:Oracle Database Online Documentation Library, 11g Release 2 (11.2) Database Gateway for WebSphere MQ Installation and User's Guide . I need support for Large Data Buffers.

    Thank you very much !

    Norbert

    2.1.1.2 Support for Large Data Buffers

    The PL/SQL RAW data type limitation is 32 KB (32767) bytes. For large loads, you must use the TABLE OF RAWS data type. For more information about support for large data buffers, refer to Appendix A.

  • 4038218
    4038218 Member Posts: 2
    edited July 2019

    I have an Oracle 11g Express installation on my personal Windows 7 PC, and am struggling to connect to it with a Javascript function in a .htm file on the same machine, which I am executing in IE version 11.

    Can you advise what product space I should post details of this on?

    (I haven't found an 'Obsolete Tech' space yet )

    Thanks

    Jason

  • lilywu
    lilywu Member Posts: 1
    edited July 2019

    How to post a blog regarding Netsuite customization?

  • BluShadow
    BluShadow Member, Moderator Posts: 40,983 Red Diamond
    edited July 2019
    lilywu wrote:How to post a blog regarding Netsuite customization?

    You can create blogs within your own profile.

    Blogs/Documents in product spaces are only available for authorised Oracle personnel

  • PJeet
    PJeet Member Posts: 1
    edited July 2019

    i am new in the community, How do I ask questions or provide answer for particular questions if i have.

    thanks

  • BluShadow
    BluShadow Member, Moderator Posts: 40,983 Red Diamond
    edited July 2019

    Hi PJeet,

    Firstly, locate the correct space/place to ask your question.  Most products have a space that is appropriate to them, so if you're question is, for example, Java related, you could look over in the space and the sub-spaces within that to find the most appropriate product.  If it's a general oracle database question then there is the space, or for Oracle Apex the space, or SQL and PL/SQL questions go in the space etc.   I think you get the idea.

    Once you've located the product space you want there are a couple of ways to ask a question:

         a) from the Overview page, click the Actions drop down in the menu bar, and then click "Discussion" to create a new discussion (by default, all discussions are questions, but you can mark it as just a discussion if it's not a question - though that's rare)

         b) from the Content page, click the "Start a Discussion" link in the Actions box at the side of the page.

    To reply to other people's questions, simply click the appropriate Reply button either against the original question or the appropriate response if you're responding to someone else on that thread, and once you've typed your reply, click the "Post" button.

    Note, it's easier to post responses via the discussion thread itself, rather than through your "inbox", because the editor in the inbox is very limited, whereas answering directly within the thread allows you to click the "Advanced Editor" link which gives you more editor/formatting options.

    Simple as that.

  • sandmann
    sandmann Member Posts: 1
    edited September 2019

    seems hard to navigate this forum.

    i just want to find out why my hosts wont load bit ip dresses do.

  • BluShadow
    BluShadow Member, Moderator Posts: 40,983 Red Diamond
    edited September 2019
    sandmann wrote:seems hard to navigate this forum.i just want to find out why my hosts wont load bit ip dresses do.

    It may seem hard at first, but once you find out where things are it's easy.  Oracle just has a lot of different products, so you have to find the right area for your questions.

    It's not clear what your question is about.  Are you referring to something like Solaris servers or suchlike?

  • Belinda
    Belinda Member Posts: 18 Blue Ribbon
    edited October 2019

    Hello

    I am looking for the Opera product community space to ask a question.

    Many thanks in advance

    Belinda

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