So, this reminds me the first chapter. But, one thing that I’ve only noticed now is.. in the first skillset, it starts with “Create the Database”. There is no “Install Oracle Database software” there. ^^
Here, what I recommend you to practice is:
Path do Documentation:
I flew home yesterday from Karen’s memorial service in Jacksonville, on a connecting flight through Charlotte. When I landed in Charlotte, I walked with all my stuff from my JAX arrival gate (D7) to my DFW departure gate (B15). The walk was more stressful than usual because the airport was so crowded.
The moment I set my stuff down at B15, a passenger with expensive clothes and one of those permanent grins established eye contact, pointed his finger at me, and said, “Are you in First?”
There is no much left for 2015 but there is too much work waiting me, presenting in different country means a lot of work and preparation, i am still waiting different events but till now this is confirmed:-
So Excited.CheersOsama Mustafa
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Most of us know that the Oracle DATE datatype has upper and lower limits. From the Oracle 11g Database Concepts manual:
Oracle Database can store dates in the Julian era, ranging from January 1, 4712 BCE through December 31, 9999 CE (Common Era, or ‘AD’). Unless BCE (‘BC’ in the format mask) is specifically used, CE date entries are the default.
I thought I would refresh my knowledge of creating a standby database and at the same time include some DataGuard Broker configuration which also throws in some changes that came along with 12c
Database Name QUICKIE host server 1 ASM disk
Database Name STAN host server 2 ASM disk
Create a standby database STAN using ACTIVE DUPLICATE from the source database QUICKIE