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Chorus: a Fully Buzzword-Compliant Slide Webapp

Most of the time, I hack applications together because I have an itch that badly needs scratching. But, sometimes, I also build up apps for the sake of trying out and experimenting with new technologies. The process I’m following for those latter apps is what I call Awesome Driven Development, or A.D.D. for short. Basically, [...]

Apex Listener Resource Templates

An early adopter version 1.1 of the Apex Listener was released a while back.

Along with the software download there is a developer's guide that describes a new feature of the listener, called Resource Templates. From the guide:

Distributed Shell for Oracle Storage

"dcli" script executes commands on multiple cells in parallel threads. The cells are referenced by their domain name or ip address. Local files can be copied to cells and executed on cells.
If we would like to know more about setting up "dcli". we can find out on My Oracle Support - Setting up DCLI Utility on Oracle DB host [ID 787205.1]

Wrong count of CPU on HP-UX 11.31

We have two identical machines, two identical HW resources, two identical configurations but there is one significant difference.

Output from machine A:

$ uname -srm
HP-UX B.11.31 ia64


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ITIL v3 Foundation

I have received confirmation that I passed the ITIL v3 Foundation Examination.


Transaction Statements in Oracle and PHP

In this second part of a two-part series on how to properly handle transactions with Oracle databases, you'll learn how to use rollback statments, the savepoint statement, and how to complete transactions with PHP. This article is excerpted from chapter 33 of the book Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional, written by W.

McCullough and Berglund on Mastering Git by Matthew McCullough, Tim Berglund

Git is a free & open source, distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency.
Every Git clone is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full revision tracking capabilities, not dependent on network access or a central server. Branching and merging are fast and easy to do.

Direct NFS Clonedb

Direct NFS Clonedb is a feature in 11.2 that you can use to clone your databases. Kevin Closson explains what it is in this post. In his demo videos he is using a perl script to automate the process of generating the necessary scripts. That script is not publicly available as of today but the MOS note 1210656.1 explains how to do the clone manually without the perl script.

Recommended Book for APEX 4.0

I am currently working on migrating most of my Oracle Application Express Release 3 applications to Release 4.
Release 4 is indeed a surprise to most of the developers , administrators and users with tons of new features and enhancements.

For developers and administrators who need to understand APEX Release 4.0 in detailed I would recommend Oracle Apex 4.0 Cookbook  published by PACKT.

GC 11.1 and Monitoring Templates

Throughout the last 2 weeks I have been working (or better: tried to work) with Grid Control 11.1 as the central monitoring and deployment solution for my current project. The plan is to use EMGC 11.1 in conjunction with an 8 node cluster to automatically deploy RAC One Node databases. Please don’t ask about RAC [...]

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