Always check out the original article at http://www.oraclequirks.com for latest comments, fixes and updates. The story goes that at a certain point I began seeing ORA-12952 in my logs when Oracle was trying to refresh schema statistics, then, progressively, I started receiving this error message while attempting to perform certain operations involving lots of data, until the other day, when
Always check out the original article at http://www.oraclequirks.com for latest comments, fixes and updates. I love when a perfectly working application suddenly begins complaining about: ORA-29024: Certificate validation failure Last year it took me a while to fix it as I had to figure out how to cope with the absence of a wallet manager on Oracle XE. Now things were different. I began
Always check out the original article at http://www.oraclequirks.com for latest comments, fixes and updates. First of all many thanks to Patrick Wolf for explaining me the reason of this bug and contributing a quick workaround. The story goes as follows: if you install Apex 4.2 on a fresh database or upgrade an installation of Apex 4.1 where there are no existing workspaces and you plan to
Apex 4.2 has been finally made available for download on saturday night. Joel Kallman and David Peake announced the release giving some preliminary details. According to the newly restyled official Oracle Application Express page, Apex 4.2 sports jQuery Mobile support, responsive web design on theme 25, HTML5 support for charts and more. A few days ago Oracle made available also some videos
Breaking news: SQL Developer 3.2 is available for download. Follow the link to get a grasp on the new features.
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