A few days ago I answered a question on OTN SQL and PL/SQL forum that prompted me to fiddle around with MONTHS_BETWEEN. I did discover something new that I wasn't aware of while developing an alternative MONTHS_BETWEEN implementation.The forum poster had a requirement where employee allowance was to be calculated based on a from and to date.
One of things I don't like about Oracle SQL Developer is that if you are browsing and clicking on tables, it can automatically open the table on the right side of the IDE.There is a simple way to switch that off, just heard how to switch this feature off.
Yesterday Bryn Llewellyn, Distinguished Product Manager, did a session called "PL/SQL Enhancements brought by the latest generation of database technology". The room was packed. For the upcoming release of the Oracle 12c database the enhancements were broken into three areas:
This will be my third time attending Oracle Open World and I'm really looking forward to the event.It is very hard to make a schedule, there are so many good session available. I thought I'd share my schedule, it might inspire you for your own schedule (or makes it harder to make a choice) and I can look at my schedule without having to login to the schedule builder.