Time to get back into blogging. I stopped a while ago and the reason was two-fold. As I was leaving my job at Kentor AB I wanted to avoid any concerns with what I wrote while my three month long two week notice played out. The other reason was that (more...)
So calling Google Reader dead may be a bit premature, but Googles announcement of their intention to kill their baby all but killed it. On monday it is RIP for the reader. I’ve gone through disbelief to mourning the loss to a search for a replacement that best emulates what (more...)
You know how it is, when you have that feeling. You are on top of your game. You have a few quick brush strokes to add to a system to make it more dynamic. You have all the small needed changes in your head and you know it is just (more...)
This is the last post in this series and I’ll not introduce anything new here, but rather just summarise the changes explained and talk a bit about the value the solution delivers to the organisation.
Let’s first review the situation we faced before implementing the changes.
The cost of writing (more...)
In my work among other things I tune and tweak solutions for EXADATA. Today I’ll write about a big improvement we achieved with a process that moves data from the operational tables to the ones where the history is stored.
This will not be a technical post. While I (more...)
At this point we have a working report that links to a form. The report is based on a view and the form is based on a procedure. At this point the form is only loading the record in using a procedure that uses a record in its signature. In this post we’ll complete the functionality by using the same form for insert, update, and delete functionality.
Let’s start with adding a (more...)
I have hidden my previous post on the explicit request by Oracle Security Team. If you did read it or have it in your RSS, please do not forward or talk about it online until further notice. I’m not sure it is the right thing to do, but I have promised Oracle to not publish it for now. Please help me keep that promise.