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Oracle Apps Wiki

I’ve just upgraded to the latest release of ExpressionEngine (the software I use to run this blog) which has a new Wiki module. I’ve decided, therefore, to start up an Oracle Apps Wiki. I’m probably going to use the wiki to post draft articles and presentations so that I can get feedback and contributions from other members. More importantly, I’d like to have comments from readers as to how you think we could use the wiki. I’ve given access to members only as I don’t want too much wiki spam so if you’re a member feel free to play. The wiki help will explain how it should be used and there’s an RSS and Atom feed to subscribe to updates. Enjoy

The ExpressionEngine upgrade announcement reads as follows:

We are pleased to announce the release of ExpressionEngine 1.4.2, the EE Wiki module, and Forum Module 1.3.

ExpressionEngine 1.4.2 is primarily a maintenance release, resolving any bugs reported recently.  It also includes over 20 new features and enhancements.

The Wiki Module is a powerful wiki that integrates seamlessly with ExpressionEngine, providing a great solution for websites centered on community contributed content.  It is included free with the ExpressionEngine Personal and Commercial licenses.

The new Discussion Forum Module adds significant new features such as the ability to “split” or “merge” threads, “Show/Hide” capability, enhanced RSS support, and more.

Posted by Richard Byrom on 05/26 at 01:40 AM
  1. Hi Richard,

    Two possible uses for a wiki I can think:

    - How To Guides - with instructions on how to do things in Oracle Applications that are not documented in the user guides nor Metalink
    - Enhancement Requests - an updatable wishlists of the future features.


    Posted by Marian Crkon  on  05/31  at  06:02 AM
  2. Great idea, I know you’ve started some of these efforts on your web site. Would you be happy for some of this content to be put/replicated on the wiki to see if people will start contributing?

    Posted by Richard Byrom  on  05/31  at  04:18 PM

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