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Martin Widlake kindly invited me to give a presentation at this event at Oracle HQ in Reading. A couple of you have asked for a copy of the slides so here they are! They may make more sense on their own rather than with me waffling along and distracting you all.
PL/SQL bulk collect will work with UNION ALL when written with an inline view:
Many executives favor Microsoft products over competing software. Since its inception, the corporation has established itself as a developer of business-standard technology, with millions of subscribers distributed throughout the world. Due to recent improvements spearheaded by new CEO Satya Nadella, many organizations previously unfamiliar with the company's products are implementing Microsoft solutions with the help of database administration services.
Franck Pachot made a very valid comment in my previous entry on Indexing Foreign Keys (FK) that the use of a Bitmap Index on the FK columns does not avoid the table locks associated with deleting rows from the parent table. Thought I might discuss why this is the case and why only a B-Tree index does […]
I regularly read threads on the oracle-l mailing list, and occasionally feel very tempted to reply to one. Just recently I saw one that I liked a lot. It is specifically about using an Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) as a Disaster Recovery (DR) solution for an Exadata system. The Exadata configuration was not specified, I assume it was a smaller (eighth rack/quarter rack) configuration.
Friends, there is a change in the batch timings. Initially we planned for 8:30 to 10 PM IST. But, after 1st demo so many people are interested in attending morning session. so, we have changed the timings. New timings would be 6:30 to 8 AM IST. Faculty: Pavan Dba Demo 1: 18/04/0214 at 8:30 PM […]
Due to the prevalence of omnichannel retail, merchandisers are obligated to satisfy the inventory fulfillment requirements of brick-and-mortar stores and consumers. Instead of using human resources to scrutinize the distribution process, commodity-based companies are hiring database experts to implement business intelligence tools capable of providing actionable information regarding the supply chain.