For many of us, today will be the last working day before the Christmas Break (unless you live in one of the many places that don’t celebrate Christmas, in which case ignore this post). So Merry Christmas everyone and Happy New Year!
In this article, I’ll explain what the Oracle MEDIAN function is, and show you some examples. Purpose of the Oracle MEDIAN Function The MEDIAN function returns the median of the set of provided values. The MEDIAN is the middle value in a set of values. So, for example, you had these five values: 10, 15, […]
In this article, I’ll cover what the Oracle SINH, COSH, and TANH functions are, and show you some examples. Purpose of the Oracle SINH, COSH, and TANH Functions These three functions are used to calculate the hyperbolic sine, cosine, or tangent of a number: SINH: Calculate the hyperbolic sine of a number COSH: Calculate the […]
Networking is a common term in the IT industry. It can have two meanings – the process of linking computers and other devices together so they can communicate, and the process of meeting and talking to other people to help your IT career. This article is about speaking to people – professional networking. What Is […]
Taking the train up from London a day early was certainly a good idea. Last year we didn’t discover the Birmingham Christmas Market until the last day. We decided we needed to get there early and see what it was like when we weren’t so tired. Off the train and to the hotel and to the market we went. Big steins of German beer.
I finally managed to install and test patch 22652097 (PROVIDE SEPARATE CONTROLS FOR ADAPTIVE PLANS AND ADAPTIVE STATISTICS FEATURES). Actually, I installed and tested two patches. The first was installed on top of “Oracle Database Patch 23054246 – Database Patch Set Update 184.108.40.206.160719” (from now on, 220.127.116.11.160719 PSU). The second was installed on top of “Patch 24448103 – Database Proactive Patch 18.104.22.168.161018” (22.214.171.124.161018 PBP).