It’s always interesting when somebody asks why they got an error message, and especially sweet when you’re working on something related that lets you answer the question. They were using MySQL Workbench and wanted to know why they couldn’t open a SQL script file by clicking on the Scripting menu option.
It’s amazing the moving parts in Oracle Database 11g, and the ones that I don’t use after installation for a while often reach out to teach me something new. That’s what happened when I went to launch SQL Developer on my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit installation.
Happy Independence Day Wishing 66th Independence Day to all Indians. A moment of celebration and pride, a moment to achieve high and a moment to wish long live independence from all darks and greys.. Jai Hind Filed under: Oracle
It was not before I heard of murmurs of Big data in the database glossaries that I heard of NoSQL databases. Almost all the Web 2.0 companies and big guns in the industry are diverting their radar on RDBMS alternatives. NoSQL is an unplanned product of all such researches and explorations.