March 22, 2012 Suppose that you receive a request stating that a particular table in one of your databases must be monitored for changes. One such table might be the one that lists the ERP system’s suppliers and their addresses – you would not want someone to be able to set up a legitimate supplier, and later [...]
I have spent the past two days at the Norwegian Oracle User Group (OUGN) along with many colleagues and friends from the Oracle world in both EMEA and further afield. I’ve been honoured to have been invited for the past three years and am joined this year by two distinguished Oracle University trainers with whom […]
If you you want to get an idea how some feature may be implemented by Oracle, then you ought to have a look for patents. Here are several examples I find quite interesting and containing valuable information:
We are actually now on the cruise ship! I am not going to put any pictures into this posting, because the WLAN here is very slow and the upload would take forever therefore. The first session I attended today was held by Jonathan Lewis about “Design Optimal SQL”.
We just finished installing ODA Patch Bundle 188.8.131.52.0 on one of our ODA’s….. There goes one of the key features for the ODA – Simple one-button patch installation. As a DBA (and I think all administrators) are very reserved when these kind of statements are made.