I have blogged a while back in March 2015 about ORAchk 188.8.131.52 as it had added the support for Oracle Restart amongst other great features.
ORAchk (short for: ORA check) is such a great tool to check your environment before any upgrade, but also on a regular basis for almost everything. I'd call it a MUST USE Tool not only for Oracle Grid Infrastructure or Oracle Restart upgrades or patches or changes. (more...)
不思議なものでしばらく関わりのなかった Windows .net に関連ある仕事が２つ続いています。
一つ目は火曜日にこのブログに書いた SOAP WebService の件です。
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Entity Framework 6 Code First および Code First Migrations; .NET Framework 4.5.2
新機能を調べていたら "POCOs" という単語が出てきてました。これはもしや世間では紛らわしいことになっていないかと
"Plain Old CLR Object" oracle lang:ja - Twitter Search
Plain Old CLR ObjectがOracleに関係あるんだっけ？
Within Code First, the classes defined in code that comprise the model are known as Plain Old CLR Objects (POCOs).
一方 "s" のない "POCO" は上のtwitter検索でも出てきますが The Power of Cloud by Oracle です。
In the past few months I have been getting this question,
What are the best practices for Oracle ADF Security?
Oracle ADF Security is built on top of the Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) architecture which is the underlying security platform that provides security to Oracle Fusion Middleware.
Lets discover together some of the best practices for implementing security on your ADF projects.
- Build your application with ADF Security enabled from the start.
I'm pleased to announce the certification of Oracle Data Guard 184.108.40.206 with Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.3. Certification with Oracle Data Guard 220.127.116.11 provides you the ability to create a Physical Standby Database for Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.3 environments. The creation of a Physical Standby Database is a key component of creating a disaster recovery site for Oracle E-Business Suite.
Detailed steps for setting (more...)
Even though WebLogic with Active GridlLink is Oracle's suggested approach to deploy Java applications that use Oracle Real Applications Clusters (RAC), there might be scenarios in which you can't make that choice (e.g.: certification issues, licensing, library dependency, etc.). Application servers and their database connection pool mechanisms might end up being a bottleneck in the architecture of your applications and a critical component to provide performance, scalability and high-availability.
UCP, besides providing (more...)
It started out innocently enough: One person wanted to bring back “Fancy Friday,” a tradition from the pre-acquisition days of the startup Vitrue. Since the dress code was relaxed, they decided to dress up on Fridays.
Seems simple, right?
It was - in the beginning. One person did it, then a few more joined in, and before we knew what was happening, we were dressed up as pirates.
Yes, we’re dressed as pirates. (more...)
On March 31, 2015 SAP has been certified to run on Oracle Database 18.104.22.168:
As of June 30, 2015, Oracle Database In-Memory is supported and certified for SAP environments for all SAP products based on SAP NetWeaver 7.x. on Unix/Linux, Windows and Oracle Engineered Systems platforms running Oracle Database 12c - in single instance and Oracle Oracle Real Application Clusters deployments.
Oracle Database 12c is (more...)
has now launched its new Cloud Integration Solution. As integration
experts, we want to know whether this will help customers avoid the
At Estafet we strive to provide the best integration
solutions. We have been trying the with new Oracle technology and it
looks good: it addresses the issues of data security and focuses on
bringing cloud applications back into the fold of the IT infrastructure.
To delve into the detail and provide (more...)
The June issue of the Database Insider newsletter is now available. (Full newsletter here)
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To learn more about Oracle Supply Chain Management applications, please visit www.oracle.com/scm
by Antoinette O'Sullivan, MySQL Curriculum Manager
first release was 20 years ago. And now the most popular open source database is used by a huge number
of individuals and companies across the globe.
Join Us - Celebrate 20 years of MySQL
If you're a MySQL expert, you can improve your knowledge by earning a MySQL Certification.
Purchase one of Oracle University's Discount Value Packages (more...)
By Sarah Smart, Oracle Applications User Experience
Editor’s note: This is the second in a three-part series on the current strategy behind the Oracle user experience and the ideas that drive that strategy forward. Find the first post here.
You’ve seen how Oracle has deepened simplicity in the Oracle Applications Cloud with the simplified UI across Releases 7, 8, and 9, and you’ve heard us talk on this blog about the “Glance, Scan, Commit (more...)
Here you'll see how with some small surgical extensions we can use ODI to generate complex integration models in Hive for modelling all kinds of challenges;
- integrate data from Cassandra, or any arbitrary SerDe
- use Hive Parquet or ORC storage formats
- create partitioned, clustered tables
- define arbitrarily complex attributes on tables
I'm very interested in hearing what you think of this, and what is needed/useful over and above (RKMs etc)
When you use this technique (more...)
A Guest Post by Katrine Haugerud (pictured left), Senior Director, Oracle Product Management
To help you prepare for upcoming Release 10, we are
pleased to offer a preview of its new, modern business-empowering
On the Release Readiness page, we have added content for HCM, Sales, ERP, and SCM, as well as Common Technologies for each.
Specifically, we have just
Spotlights: Delivered by senior development staff, (more...)
A Guest Post by Andy Campbell (pictured left), Oracle HCM Cloud Sales Evangelist
I am currently working on a white paper specifically on the topic of ‘Living with the HR Cloud’ with a number of fascinating case studies.Therefore, I was delighted to come across the latest piece of research from Harvard Business Review entitled Cloud Computing Comes of Age.
This report assesses the maturity (and thereby the experience) of customers who have deployed cloud (more...)
We updated the Early Adopter offering of SQLcl today.
Go get it.
But first, I’m assuming you’ve heard of SQLcl? If not –
Read the slidedeck, watch the movie.
We’ve put in a ton of enhancements and even more bug fixes.
And Kris showed off a new feature today that mimic’s our SQL Developer grid preference for displaying NULL ‘values’…