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Subject: Re: Statistics extensions
From: John Hurley <johnthehur...@gmail.com>
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#=A0It was a request for some common courtesy since you posted these
items were available on-line.
Just kidding man ... yikes ... like I noted ( at least once if not
twice already in this thread ) ... searching for the presentations
from Oracle Open World is not very easy.
Step 1: Go to Open World http://www.oracle.com/openworld/index.html
Step 2: Tools ( under red top bar mid way on page is a drop down menu
when you scroll over it ) pick Virtual Collateral Rack
That leads you to a not very good searching tool ... you can put in
words like "Maria Colgan" and click search ...
Then you get a list of sessions ... like CON8455 and CON8457 etc ...
If you click on the description/link of CON8455 you get taken to a
page that has details on the session and in this case has a download
link for the pdf for the presentation.
The CON8457 session though ( on the new 12c stuff ) does not have a
download link ... probably still "confidential" ...
I could one could compile a list of links for the relevant session
pdfs ( or at least for the one that are available ).
I do not think that Oracle wants to provide the material like that
however ... they probably want you to use the ugly search process ...
so ( as I noted earlier ) its a YOYO ... You are On Your Own ...