Carving out your very own corner on the web is important to you. You may be a brand-new user on WordPress.com — if so, welcome! — or a veteran blogger returning to an old habit. Recently on the Verge, Lockhart Steele, the editorial director of Vox Media, talked about getting back to blogging. On a noisy internet with many platforms, some are bringing their blogs back from the dead and reclaiming their personal turf.
ADTS local user or domain user: Which user should I choose as the installation owner? This question is important if you are installing a new Advanced Document Transformation Services (ADTS). You can opt for a domain user in order to have one user for several ADTS installations with less AD management. Or you may want to opt for local users to separate the installations, but you will have to manage all users independently. In fact, we will see that you don't really have the choice.
As you may know, the ADTS server is a bunch of software interacting between each other. You have:
I tested this on Oracle 11.2.
Most companies want to deploy features faster, and fix bugs more quickly—at the same time, a stable product that delivers what the users expected is crucial to winning and keeping the trust of those users. At face value, stability and speed appear to be in conflict; developers can either spend their time on features or on stability.
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While some people think that hosting a web site on top of Oracle XE can be hardly considered much more than a joke, I can claim instead, basing on my personal experience of the last 5 years, that for small sites it can be a perfectly reasonable choice, provided you have the technical
This is yet another one of these posts that hopefully help you as much as they are going to help me in the future. Recently I enjoyed troubleshooting a problem related to parallel execution. Since I have never really written down how to tackle such a problem I thought it might be nice to do that now.
This is 126.96.36.199.0 on Exadata, but the platform doesn’t really matter for the troubleshooting technique.
What is parallel statement queueing
In the past, most of my customers skipped R1 releases. That is, 8.1.7 -> 9.2 -> 10.2 -> 11.2. SAP does the same. For the very first time SAP plans to go to 188.8.131.52 + some PSU in spring 2015. But only to avoid running out of support and without any fancy feature like Multitenant or in Memory.
#oracle 184.108.40.206 is the last patch set for Release 12.1.
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