It’s not necessary to work on a big project to use SVN. Keeping your design into SVN repository is very useful and good practice. By doing so you could easily see what changes you’ve made to the design and in case of accident you could restore any older version and correct the problem.
After you successfully setup Subversion (here) it’s time to start integrating tools with SVN. Integration of Oracle SQL Data Modeler is really easy and it’s done in few simple steps:
1. Integrated Oracle SQL Data Modeler with SVN:
Start Oracle SQL Data Modeler
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This happened to be when I tryed to apply Bundle Patch 10 of Oracle Database 22.214.171.124 on Windows 2008, but I guess it could happen to any 11.x database version. I decided to apply this patch after I stepped the bug in which the heap memory is exhausted because of an CVU health checks (I described it here).
After running opatch apply I got that the following files are still active:
As I mentioned in my previous post I’m using Subversion to keep my SQL design, APEX application and all application serving files. Concurrent Versions System are not something new and they are must for big projects. Although I’m single person, I’m finding SVN very useful for many reasons:
- All my files are kept at one place. At any time I could checkout the whole application and deploy it on different server.
- I have a history (revisions) of my changes. If I know something worked yesterday I could just checkout the file from yesterday and get it working.
- Using APEXExport I’m (more...)
Few days ago Oracle announced the release of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c. I tried to summarize most of the information in my post so I’ll not discuss any details here, but I’ll go only with few details regarding EM12c installation.
For the purpose I have setup a VMWare virtual machine with 2 CPUs, 4GB RAM and 32 GB HDD, one network interface. Installed Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.1 (64 bit) with following parameters:
- Perform custom disk layout, I dedicated 4GB for swap and the rest for the root (/) file system and formatted it with ext4.
- Perform default (more...)