The first time I had a major failure on my Mac Pro, I lost a 1 TB Seagate drive and ten key virtual machines. It taught me to apply the principles from my production life to my private life. Swapping the fault-prone Seagate drives for Hitachi drives, I began the slow process of rebuilding those virtual environments.
So, I'm about to leave UKOUG 2012. I had a good time and learned quite a bit from the smart people gathered in Birmingham ;-)Thank you to those attending my presentation on analytic functions - I hope you learned something from it. If you need to take a closer look, both presentation and scripts can be found here.Birmingham Airport next stop...
Somebody said, I shouldn’t have buried so much information in an answer to a question posed in a comment on a summary blog page. Especially, since it’s obviously a not real contact information. They suggested I put it in a regular blog post, and here it is with as little editing as possible.
The Ron Quizon user provided this sample code and a “What’s wrong with this PL/SQL program?”