You might have tables that contain columns with a userdefined datatypes. For instance from 11g onwards SOASuite contain Integration B2B, with that datamodel
B2B works with advanced queueing with the queue-table ip_qtab based on the IP_MESSAGE_TYPE Oracle Type wich is defined like:
create or replace type IP_MESSAGE_TYPE as OBJECT (
In the queuetable you (more...)
This week I was asked to create a component-diagram at my new customer. They use DIA
as an alternative for Visio. Funny thing is that it apparently orginated from Linux/Gnome, since the file-explorer resembles the File-browser of Gnome. But it has also a Windows installer.
When you start the tool from the windows menu, it's started with the toolbox docked or attached to the canvas. But when you use either dia.exe or diaw.exe (more...)
The mere reason that I dug into SSM yea
sterday was that I wanted to install the Oracle Database 12c.
(Did you know yesterday came from the word 'yeast'? So actually yea
sterday: because one used the yeast of the day before to bake the bread of today. Also in Dutch the word for yeast: 'gist', still sounds in the word for yeasterday: 'gisteren'.)
I ran however against the prerequisite check on (more...)
Or how to encrypt your title with acronyms...
Today I wanted to create a VM with an Oracle SOA/BPM Suite 12c installation, since I'm to give a workshop on the installation of it. I used Oracle Linux 6 for my installations and the last few years I did play around quite a lot with it (for someone who is not a core systems administrator), to upgrade all my VM's to the latest update, remove obsolete (more...)
Today I ran into something curious, that I saw a few weeks ago on a training that I gave: the root filesystem ran full (Oracle Linux 6). At first I did not find anything that caused the problem, but the command 'df -k' indeed suggested a full root filesystem. Using 'du -sh /home/oracle' we found that that folder consumed an unreasonable amount of space. In my case today I found the same. It turns out (more...)
I have several Virtual Machines for our Virtual Course Environments. From time to time, I do an upgrade of the Oracle Linux version. But with every upgrade, Oracle Linux leaves the old kernel files. And in time the root disk is cluttered up. So I want to remove the old kernels. With a little googling, I came up with a discussion thread in Oracle Communities: Oracle Linux Remove Old Kernels (Archived by now).
To me (more...)
This week I attended the Twentieth Oracle Partner Network Fusion Middleware Forum
, this year in the Boscolo Hotel in Budapest, Hungary.
It was a great event, where a lot of subjects were covered, a lot of great people met. According to one of the product managers we were the smartest Oracle Region in the world (let's not uncover who said that...)
We've seen a lot of cool stuf. Let me try to put (more...)