Oracle has announced a big feature that should come in the next 12c patch set: the In-Memory option. It will soon be in beta version, so nothing will be published about it until it comes to production. Before that phase, I'm going to explain what we can expect from that feature, besides the 'In-Memory','columnar storage', and 'hybrid' buzzwords.
Aanstaande dinsdag 4 maart wordt er door Oracle een Oracle EMEA Virtual Developer Day georganiseerd. Je kunt je hiervoor gratis inschrijven en live, via het internet, deze volgen, mocht je in de gelegenheid zijn. Je hebt de mogelijkheid om zelf mee te doen, via twee beschikbaar gestelde VirtualBox virtuele demo machine omgevingen, of alleen de
Today when I want to change max size of datafile I got strange error.ALTER DATABASE DATAFILE '/u01/app/oracle/oradata/MYDB/users01.dbf' AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 1280K MAXSIZE 32GBORA-03206: maximum file size of (5242880) blocks in AUTOEXTEND clause is out of rangeHere is reason: The maximum file size for an autoextendable file has exceeded the maximum number of blocks allowed.After research internet I found that instead of using 32GB we can use 32767M. (same values but in MB).Or you may use 31GB too.
It was a little dicey sunday morning with weather in Ohio but I caught very early flight and made it down to Dallas well before noon. Lots of turbulence in the airplane ride and bounced around some but all in all not bad. Lots of people traveling ran into hitches one way or another but by the end of the day Monday most everyone seems to be here now.
How well do you communicate with your customers? Are you listening, does your customer hear what you are saying? Every day we interact with our customers, team mates, colleagues and managers. Is your message getting delivered?
1. Actively listen.
It is easy to be on a call, but no one can see you “nod”. Make sure to acknowledge the person by replying with “I see” or paraphrase what they said. Side benefit: you look impressive!
2. Ask targeted questions.
If a session does ALTER SESSION DISABLE COMMIT IN PROCEDURE then a procedure tries to do a COMMIT or ROLLBACK, Oracle returns an ORA-00034.
This was tested on Oracle 11.2.
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