The usage reporter gathers information about certain user actions and sends the information to Oracle.
The information gathered includes:
Oracle will use the information gathered to help us focus product development on those areas of greatest value to our customers.
No. The information gathered cannot be traced back to a particular system or user.
Yes. At any time, you can choose the Help > Oracle Usage Reporting menu command, and opt out using the resulting dialog. No further information will be gathered unless and until you opt back in.
Yes. The last block of data reported to Oracle's usage reporting server is stored in:
The block will be overwritten with new data each time a report is sent.
The feature is turned on by default. During initial launch, the Oracle Usage Reporting dialog provides an option to turn reporting off; to do so, be sure to make the appropriate change in the dialog and click OK.
At a later time, you can revisit the Oracle Usage Reporting dialog to change or review your selection via the Help > Oracle Usage Reporting menu command.