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SQL Tuning Health Check (SQLHC)

What is SQL Tuning Health Check? The SQL Tuning Health Check is provided by Oracle (Doc ID 1366133.1) in order to check the environment where the problematic SQL query runs. It checks the statistics, the metadata, initialization parameters and other elements that may influence the performance of the SQL being analyzed. The script generates an [...]

Cloud: How to Configure an Azure Point-to-Site VPN – Part 2

This blog post is the second in a series of three which will demonstrate how to configure a Point-to-Site VPN step-by-step. In my first blog post, I demonstrated how to configure a virtual network and a dynamic routing gateway. Today’s post will be about creating certificates.

CREATING CERTIFICATES

At this step, we will create and upload a certificate. This certificate will be used to authenticate the VPN clients and are performed in few steps:

Michael Abbey; Still Presenting After All These Years

A cool wintery day in late 1989. This kid’s working for the Office of the Auditor General of Canada. I’d been working with Oracle and in my fourth year. I had cut my teeth on 6.0.27.9.4 after first seeing V3 some four years prior. I stumbled across a well-placed ad for a show happening in Anaheim USA in September 1990. I’ve got the bug. I apply to go to the show and was told by my employer ,”Just a sec, David and I were thinking of going to that show – let us get back to you.” Some three weeks I am told it’s a go.

APEX: Save a user’s checkbox selection on local PC

You want a checkbox item on a page which is a preference, you want it to be remembered for the user across login sessions, but you don’t want the overhead of storing it in a database table. You might choose to store the value in a cookie instead. It may be lost (e.g. when the user clears their cookies or changes to a different browser or another computer), but we don’t mind – it’s just a preference.

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Can you justify your data ?

People ask me to justify use of Delphix. I can understand. Delphix is pretty new and often, most of my friends who are DBAs respond with “I can copy a database, so what, I can do it a little faster with Delphix.” Well that’s missing the whole boat. The question won’t be why you should use Delphix but “can you  justify working without Delphix?”
I see Delphix as amazingly positioned at nexus of data concerns right now – the right place at the right time :

New Oracle Bug alert (Bug 19384287)

Heads up to all the folks running 11.2.0.4 and above if you're using function-based indexes! There's a new Oracle bug 19384287. I'll fill you in with a complete post over at Toad World.

Exalogic - ECHO 2.0.6.0.1 Release with APR 2014 PSU - New Features

We have recently underwent the Oracle Exalogic Virtual ECHO Release 2.0.6.0.1 from 2.0.4.0.2.  There are many new features that are available.I have a few favorites:OVM and OVS --> upgraded from 3.0.3 to 3.2.1Distribution Groups --> 8 member to 30 member and viewability (to be expanded on)IAAS API/CLI changes --> enhanced view and pull capabilities into the backend emoc applicationEMOC BUI --> the responsiveness of pages and menus load faster than its predecessor

Best Way to generate Primary Keys in Java, Oracle RAC web application (Sequences?)

Environment: Oracle 11G, Web Portal Application development, Java, DataGuard available if needed

What is the best/recommended/proven way to generate integer surrogate keys for App development with Oracle as back-end in multi node RAC environment. There may be relatively frequent node switch-over.

Q. IS CACHED, non-ordered sequence is best preferred way in above environment?

Factors:
security
performance,
data maintenance and quality,
Data ETL/Refreshing between environments,
failover

Can you handle big data? Oracle may have an answer

Now more than ever, database administration services are providing their clients with the expertise and software required to support big data endeavors. 

They haven't necessarily had much of a choice. Businesses need environments such as Hadoop to store the large amount of unstructured data they strive to collect and analyze to achieve insights regarding customer sentiment, procurement efficiencies and a wealth of other factors. 

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