Just recently a service request was opened with Oracle Support regarding the “when others then null” exception handler when it was found in an Oracle-supplied form for the Oracle Inventory application from the E-Business suite. It appears the person who opened the SR believes (and rightly so) this is not the most informative of exception handlers nor is it proper coding practice; the request was opened in hopes of disallowing such constructs. I originally posted:
“Sadly Oracle Support may not do anything about this for two reasons:
1) It’s valid code.
A short update on the how, what and where. I got really annoyed with the website performance, so hereby a different look and feel that hopefully (trimmed and all) will provide a faster load time of pages and other material. I also introduced some caching mechanisms that hopefully will be helpful. A faster reference to
Last month I have posted a poll on my blog and LinkedIn group Oracle Database Performance Tuning about suggestions for a topic for webcast. I am enraptured by the response I got and as you can see below majority of the people have voted in favor of presentation title “Database Capacity Planning how to start?”.
The content catalog for Oracle Open World 2012 was made public during the week. OOW is on between 30th September and 4th October. The following table gives a list of most of the Data Analytics type sessions that are currently scheduled. Why did I pick these sessions? If I was able to go to OOW then these are the sessions I would like to attend. Yes there would be many more sessions I would like to attend on the core DB technology and Development streams.
In one of my earlier posts I had described how to handle GoldenGate version differences between the source and target environments. In that case my source was version 11.2 and the target was version 11.1. We had to use the FORMAT RELEASE parameter to handle such a version difference.