If you’re searching for “export Oracle BLOB”, the article, by Jeff Smith, titled “Exporting Multiple BLOBs with Oracle SQL Developer” using Oracle SQL Developer” is usually at the top of the search result. The SQL Developer features the Shopping Cart without using scripts to export BLOBs out of database. I don’t want to go into detail as Jeff already explained well in his post what it is and how to use it. One (more...)
JDBC connection samples in Oracle Enterprise Data Quality (OEDQ) to Oracle Service Name and MS SQL SSL
This post is just a quick note to myself on how to configure JBDC on Oracle Enterprise Data Quality (OEDQ) to connect to different databases.
First let’s talk about connecting to Oracle database. By default, OEDQ’s Data Store can only connect Oracle database by SID, but not by Service Name.
Fortunately, the JDBC connection option is available to take advantage of the connection string that can support Service Name and multiple hosts if needed.
If for some reason, you could not install the APEX sample packaged application via Application Builder > Packaged Applications interface, you have an option of installing it by importing the SQL script (fxxxx.sql).
In my case, when installing via the Packaged Applications interface, I got the following error:
While working with DBA and Oracle support to resolve the root cause of this issue, I’ve found that the installation script (like export file) of the (more...)
Oracle Database Gateways 11g R2 (11.2) Installation and Configuration for heterogeneous connection from Oracle to Microsoft SQL database
Install the Oracle Database Gateways 11g R2 (11.2). See the screen snapshots of the installation here.
- During the installation, the following+ default initialization parameter file is created:
dg4msql = Database gateway for Microsoft SQL Server. If you choose a different database option, use the appropriate path name.
- Copy initdg4msql.ora to a new file init[MSSQL].ora.
[MSSQL] can be any meaningful name easier to refer to, (more...)