Re: Issues with My Oracle Support

From: Joey D'Antoni <>
Date: Mon, 9 Nov 2009 10:28:04 -0800 (PST)
Message-ID: <>

I was hung up earlier. It finally got in, and wouldn't let me login with my metalink account (Which is my work email). I logged in with my SSO username, and it required me to tie that to an email (for which I used my work email).

Now, whenever I attempt to login (with my email as username) MSO is telling me that I need to tie an email address to my username. Infinite loop. I just emailed my sales rep.

Joe D'Antoni
Synthes USA

From: Tim Gorman <>
Cc: Oracle Discussion List < >
Sent: Mon, November 9, 2009 1:21:13 PM
Subject: Re: Issues with My Oracle Support

Same here... stuck at "90%" for the past half-hour... it took a good 2-3 minutes for the progress widget to get to 90%, but now it is stuck...

What I like best are the flashing messages in the "My Oracle Support" pop-up banner saying "Faster Problem Resolution", "Improved System Stability", "Personalized Knowledge" (especially since they changed my account password on me -- thank goodness their password reset facility is apparently working). It reminds of the website for a company which made rapid-development tools for creating websites that had a "under construction" disclaimer prominently displayed on their static HTML homepage, right below the text which touted "faster", "better", "easier", etc...

Jared Still wrote:

>On Sun, Nov 8, 2009 at 6:07 PM, Thomas Roach
> <> wrote:
>>>>After the upgrade over the weekend, are people finding that searching
>>>>for patches is turning up nothing? I looked for the patchset
>>>>for RDBMS Server on Linux x86-64 and nothing turns up. It just shows
>>>>the search results as a blank page.
>>>>Any one else seeing similar issues? Any workarounds?
>Tried logging on an hour ago.
>Browser is still at "Loading - 90%"
>Must be the last mile problem. ;)
>>Jared Still
>>Certifiable Oracle DBA and Part Time Perl Evangelist
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