Instant Client Package – Basic Lite
Instant Client Package – SQL*Plus
Modify hosts file
# Copyright (c) 1993-2009 Microsoft Corp.
# This is a sample HOSTS file used by Microsoft TCP/IP for Windows.
# This file contains the mappings of IP (more...)
[oracle@rac01 ~]$ tail /etc/oratab
# The first and second fields are the system identifier and home
# directory of the database respectively. The third filed indicates
# to the dbstart utility that the database should , "Y", or should not,
# "N", be brought up at system boot time.
Gaia Transparence is a software vendor specialized in financial markets. It is a pioneer in the open source community for financial markets. The Gaia Transparence team is building an open source solution for the finance industry based on the NetBeans Platform.
The Gaia Transparence open source financial platform will address (more...)
I was looking at the Apex 4.2.2 installation script (coreins.sql), and noticed the mention of a new package, wwv_flow_json, which is apparently being worked on but was removed at the last minute "as no longer required for 4.2.2".
Even though the package is not installed (more...)
has been approved, and we are now counting down the days to begin developing with many new Java EE features.
The online web event, hosted by MC Gupta, includes:
One of OBIEE’s many great strengths is aggregate navigation; the ability to choose from a list of possible tables the one which will probably give the optimal performance for a given user query. Users are blissfully unaware of which particular table their query is being satisfied from, since aggregate (more...)
A very tricky and interesting situation came-up this morning while configuring one of the standby databases of over 1.5TB sized . Whilst the database is being cloned to the DR site as part of the DUPLICATE..ACTIVE DATABASE command, which actually took more than 1.5 day, a couple of (more...)
Twitter is currently full of comments about UKOUG and it is very difficult to explain what I think in 140 characters so I'm writing this blog to try and explain.
I've worked with UKOUG on either its board or the council for the last 12 years and I'm passionate about (more...)
A couple of weeks ago, Kevin released the second version of SLOB – the Silly Little Oracle Benchmark. Readers will know that I was already a big fan of the original version, but version 2 (which I was fortunate enough to test prior to its release) now has extra features (more...)
Last week I blogged about the free and open source EPUB Open Toolbox which I am creating for publishers and authors. Officially, it is now known as Fosfor, since it is initially being developed for the Fosfor Uitgeverij, that is, an on-line e-book publisher based in Amsterdam, as a (more...)
We are the Oracle community
- the users of all Oracle products have been coming together at the
annual users' conference under this motto for 24 years now. We offer you
three days of pure knowledge, the most current information on using
oracle solutions successfully, and the exchange of hands-on (more...)
One of the very common requirement for BPM customers is to have their corporate look and feel for BPM workspace. This requirement would usually extend to Human Task UI's too.
In PS4FP release we had added a lot of enhancement to the Workspace Customization at run-time. BPM user can not (more...)
Today's blog is from Brenda Roldan, Principal Technical Writer on our Elastic Charging Engine product. Brenda shares her experience working directly with customers, which has impacted her view about writing to fit the needs of the audience. I believe you'll enjoy her story.
Cheryl Lander, Oracle Communications InfoDev Senior Director
I am sure some of you are doing Agile Scrum to manage your own software development. We do this as well for My Oracle Support Development. In the past I have talked about user research and touched on how we score issues we find or want to address. I thought (more...)
by Jim Lein, Programs Management Senior Principal, Oracle Accelerate Corporate Programs
Natus Medical recently went live on a
broad footprint of Oracle products, deploying over 60 Oracle application
modules in just ten months. The new solution replaced old versions of Baan (more...)
A Heap Dump is a snapshot of the Java process heap memory at a given time. It's a useful tool to troubleshoot memory leaks and other memory related issues. Heap dumps are to memory what thread dumps are to java threads.
There are different ways to dump the java heap (more...)
This entry might seem a bit trivial, but from experience I know that sometime new features that are added to the product are not detected by developers who just continue working in the "traditional way". Well here is a quick update on such a feature - PPR:
Way back in (more...)
- v. tr.To remove from a shell.
- v. intr.To shed or become free of a shell.
jtreg provides support for various different types of tests. API tests can use (more...)
We are thrilled to announce the availability of our
expanded Advanced Customer Support (ACS) partner resell portfolio which will
help you, our Gold, Platinum and Diamond OPN partners, grow your Oracle
business while helping your end users experience faster resolution, higher
availability and a greater return on their investment.
The releases with new functionalities and non-security fixes also called Limited Update Releases will be numbered in multiples of 20. The Critical Patch Updates (CPUs) will be calculated by adding multiples of five to the prior Limited Update and when needed adding one to keep the resulting number odd.