As your data volumes increase, particularly as you evolve into the big data world, you will be start to see that your Oracle Data Mining scoring functions will start to take longer and longer. To apply an Oracle Data Mining model to new data is a very quick process. (more...)
If you are brave enough to be using the early adopter releases of ODMr you may have run into the issue with your workflows not running.
When you go to run your workflow you will get the following window and nothing else happens.
To get passed this you will need (more...)
The UKOUG TECH13 conference is starting on Sunday and this year things a bit different. In previous years there was one big conference that covered (almost) everything and this conference had been in Birmingham.
This year Birmingham has been replaced by Manchester and the conference will focus on Database, Development (more...)
You may or may not know that I have been collecting Oracle Magazines. It all began back when I had my very first job as a graduate consultant with Oracle in Ireland. A few days ago I received a package that contained the following Oracle Magazines. You will see (more...)
This list is not complete and I’m sure I have left out some very well known conferences. If I have left a conference out (more...)
SQL Developer 4 Early Adaptor release 3 (EA3) was released just over a week ago. This EA3 release has over 500 bug or “feature” fixes since the EA2 release.
But there could be some new “features” introduced into the new EA3. This is the case with the Oracle Data Miner (more...)
This post is main a note to myself of a script to drop all my Oracle Data Miner models.
1. Check to see what models you have in your schema
2. Drop all the ODM models
set serveroutput (more...)
to_date('25/12/2011','DD/MM/YYYY') - trunc(sysdate) "How Many Sleep to Santa"
There are a few Oracle 12c books available on Amazon (see below for amazon.co.uk). Here is my letter to Santa
Could I have some of these books? I've (more...)
I have SQL Dev 3.2.2 (32-bit) with the supplied JDK running on windows, in work and is rolled out to a large number of PCs. Sometimes we can have 10 users running SQL Developer against our 11.2 Database. But sometimes we can have 100 users using SQL (more...)
Best wishes to my fellow widows and widowers around the world.
Remember as a supportive widow or widower you will play a very (more...)
The call for presentations at the OUG Ireland 2014 conference (or special event) is not open for submissions.
We hope to build on the previous successful events over the past few years, where we had seen the number of attendees double in two year.
The annual conference (or special event) (more...)
The autumn edition of Oracle Scene is now available and if you are due to get a printed copy then you be receiving it really soon. Oracle Scene was also available at the APPS13 conference in London last week.
In addition to the main Oracle Scene magazine we had lots (more...)
If you have been using the last versions of the Oracle Data Miner tool that have been released as part of SQL Developer 4 EA1 and EA2, you may have noticed that the layout of your worksheets and other areas are inconsistent each time you open ODM.
This can be (more...)