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But how do companies move their data quickly, efficiently and securely between clouds and on-premises systems? Cloud integration solutions offer the answer, integrating data between disparate cloud and on-premises platforms.
Cloud integration offers a variety of advantages over other methods such as accessing personal data in real-time on any device, allowing (more...)
This article explains and illustrates how the use of some APIs and utility functions are restricted by a feature known as the groovy whitelist. This feature, introduced in Release 9, prevents the use of potentially malicious or destabilising APIs from within your groovy scripts. The feature checks the code before execution and raises an exception if it encounters a call which violates the predetermined whitelist.
Join us for an Oracle HCM Cloud Customer Forum call on Wednesday, April 20, 2016. Ed Saras, Sr. Vice President Total Rewards & HR Operations from Eastern Bank, will talk about Eastern's journey to the cloud.
The company had disparate HR system solutions that were impacting its ability to fully understand its talent base, which made it difficult to effectively develop and grow the workforce. Reporting and analysis capability was limited, HR processes were cumbersome, and (more...)
First of all, our blog server rejects the 'c''u''r''l' string. 'c-url' refers to the verty popular command which often is pronounced like 'See URL'. I apologize for the confusion.
In my past blog, I showed an example loading multiple files on GitHub with the help from c-url.
DB12c SQL*Loader has "Express Mode" where you don't need control file.
Above was possible because I knew the (more...)
Oracle Java Cloud Service is a complete platform and infrastructure cloud solution for building, deploying, and managing Java EE applications. Your Businesses can maximize productivity and realize all the benefits of Platform as a Service including subscription-based, self-service access to reliable, scalable, and elastic cloud environments.
Research firm IDC estimates that the market for platform as a service (PaaS) solutions will have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30 percent and reach $14 billion by 2017.1 PaaS provides application runtime, database, integration, messaging, and other services in the cloud, accelerating application development and reducing infrastructure acquisition and maintenance costs.
Here are five best practices for maximizing the business value of your PaaS solutions. Get the free paper here.
Happy Easter to all of you and your families.
I am pleased to announce my new book "Oracle Database Cloud Cookbook with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Cloud Control" to be published by Oracle Press, and is now available as a pre-order from Amazon. The Amazon link is:
This practical Oracle Press guide “Oracle Database Cloud Cookbook with Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c Cloud Control” teaches cutting-edge techniques for building, configuring, (more...)
strcasecmp() is the case-insensitive version of
strcmp(). When building, make sure to include
strings.h (note the plural form).
strncasecmp() is the counterpart to
.. #include <string.h> void main(int argc, char** argv) .. printf("n"%s" and "%s" are ", argv, argv); strcasecmp(argv, argv) ? printf(" .. not identical") : printf(" .. identical"); .. % ./strcompare next NeXT "next" and "NeXT" are .. identical
As of the length of the (more...)
At last year's Oracle OpenWorld I had more fun than should be allowed by law recording 2 Minute Tech Tip videos with about two dozen community members -- about twice the number I had originally scheduled. People just kept showing up! And that number doesn't include the Tech Tip videos I recorded in the weeks leading up to OOW14, featuring people who were speaking at the event and wanted to help promote their sessions by (more...)
CERN WebLogic CLI tool is written in Python. A project is being realized in an object oriented way to contribute towards flexibility, modularity and legibility of a solution and the modules of the system are designed to maximize end-user productivity. It is a comprehensive solution using WebLogic RESTful management services and providing a simple way of interacting with a user and possibility of integration with third party systems. The goal of the system (more...)
The series continues with a login scenario:
Here's what you get, initially the same as last time, though this time no child nodes are available. Right-clicking on the node brings up the popup menu below:
When clicking on the popup menu, the dialog below is shown:
And, finally, if, and only if "foo/bar" is the "user/password", a new first level node is created in the hierarchy, together with all the children of the (more...)
OAUX team exploring young emerging tech of voice, gesture as input
By Sarah Smart, Oracle Applications User Experience
When the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team is researching emerging technologies, we want more than just the cool factor. Enterprise use cases can be hard to come by for some technologies, such as voice and gesture as input, but we need to keep up with the latest developments in those fields anyway so that we’re ready (more...)
After I posted last weeks blog post on identifying analytic queries that benefit from Database In-Memory, I got the following question, Why didn't Database In-Memory improve the performance of my query?"
I've simplified the query in question down to the following,
SELECT Count(DISTINCT cust_id)
WHERE amount_sold > 1;
So, why didn’t Database In-Memory improve the performance of this query?
The answer is becomes a little clearer (more...)
This week we have released a new podcast - quick summary of the Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux - that we think you will find interesting. It provides an overview of the key features, key MySQL components and availability enhancements.
We also recommend subscribing to our podcasts (oracle linux feed) in iTunes.
Have a great weekend and happy Easter!
Today is Good Friday, happy Easter to those celebrating around the world. It is one of my favorite holidays with family gatherings, egg hunts, Easter bunnies and chocolate! If you want to know how bunnies and eggs fit to this holiday here's a great article in The Telegraph explaining everything you need to know.
What do you value more—time or money? According to the 2015 National Customer Rage study, the most widely reported damage that customers suffered was lost time. Lost money was the second most popular answer, according to findings from Customer Care Measurement & Consulting, W.P. Carey School of Business, and Dialog Direct.
As consumers, we’ve all experienced the frustration of wasting time resolving problems with service providers. On the other hand, if you’re reading the (more...)
OTN Virtual Technology Summit is coming and we are going to attend this important virtual-class meeting.
Hear from Oracle ACEs, Java Champions, and Oracle product experts as they share their insight and experience (through technical demo's/presentations and hands on labs) in meeting today's IT challenges in the upcoming Oracle Technology Network Virtual Technology Summit. These interactive, online events offers four technical tracks, each with a unique focus on specific tools, technologies, and tips. Between them (more...)
As we discussed in the Part 1 of this blog series, index entries with many duplicate keys (or duplicate prefix columns in the index keys) can be compressed making it possible to reduce both the storage overhead and the access overhead for large index range scans or fast full scans.
CREATE INDEX idxname ON tabname(col1, col2, col3) COMPRESS;