This question in my 2015 survey
is related to question 7
Q8: Do you have any thoughts you'd like to share on instrumentation?
I left this open for people to add a free-text response. Here are some worth highlighting, though it was hard to choose since so many people had something to add.a) How would it help me?
Have a read of this post
to get an idea of how the debug (more...)
It's less than a month away from the Australian conference series and I'm probably about 2 thirds ready for my sessions.
Australia? Yup, the Perth gig will be on 7-8 Nov and the fun continues in Melbourne on 10-11 Nov 2016.
Check out www.ausoug.org.au/connect2016
, then think about that junket. Jokes aside, events like these are the best place to chat to people about Oracle technology, with plenty of sessions to allow (more...)
I'm going to take advantage of the fact I live in a city so remote to many others in this amazing community,
and schedule this post for my local 8am time.
It's seems my schedule didn't work. Not the first fail from blogger...
This might get me as one of the first posts
in what's hopefully an interesting day amongst Oracle bloggers.
Tim Hall, a great producer of resources for Oracle technologists, suggested bloggers new (more...)
My journey into 12c continues
with the use of identity columns
, this time regarding data that had been imported from another database, but sequences haven't been updated.
Ensuring the next number returned from a sequence matches the current value from the table appears to be a common problem, my thoughts are described here
. The biggest trouble is linking up the sequence to the column so we could automate the process.
We can now (more...)
I've been operating with a 12c environment this year and I can see some standard patterns of mine changing.
One is the use of triggers, or lack thereof. I live in a city with a certain evangelist who does not like triggers
, so I was happy to see Sven Weller's "perfect trigger
" post. The answer is: there is no trigger.
Well, it's one thing to say 'create all new tables like this', (more...)