Just a short post to announce that I’ll be presenting an User Group Forum session. Thanks ODTUG!
“In this session learn about the new Java-based command line interface that takes advantage of Oracle SQL Developer’s scripting engine. It delivers a modern command line interface that is backward compatible with SQL*Plus but also introduces new commands and features that have been missing for a long (more...)
He had done all the right things in regard to debugging the problem, but didn't know enough about APEX to know which settings to investigate.
I think developers new to APEX need the occasional post like this to give them an idea on how to start looking into a (more...)
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
138 Minna Street, San Francisco, CA (map)
Oracle OpenWorld is a time for us to join together and learn all about what Oracle has to offer. But let’s get real, it’s always nice to get free beer. To help show us a good time here in San Francisco, our good friends in the Oracle ADF and Database developer group are planning a Oracle Developers (more...)
Because my hero is Cary Millsap, I'm going to do what he did and publish my
Brendan Tierney and (more...)
As does seem to occur from time-to-time, I’m out there in the weeds again and sorting out a solution that fits a customer’s need. They wanted to know if they could write Oracle EBS 12.2 Concurrent Manager Programs in Ruby. They don’t want to write Java.
Logging is a very useful feature of WebLogic.
Unfortunately the log levels, which are set after a clean install of WebLogic or some of the Fusion Middleware product creates a lot of noise and therefore it costs I/O performance.
Additional after analyzing an issue with logging often resetting the log level is forgotten.
Here you get a script to reset the log levels at regular intervals or after a trace session.
#!/usr/bin/python execfile('get_environment.py') (more...)
Virtual Development Server: Add swapfile to VirtualBox as requirement for installing Oracle or build Oracle docker images
As I want later build Oracle docker images, some of this need a swapfile.
Per default my used Vagrantbox, does not have one, so later steps will fail.
As in the last blog I use a Vagrant shell provider.
... # add swapfile to the box config.vm.provision :shell, :path => "add_swap.sh" ...
This calls the script add_swap.sh in the created VirtualBox machine.
Make sure, that you create your swapfile on a supported (more...)
update sqlfail set last_posting_date = date'2016-08-18';
It’s been a while since I’ve published here. You see, I’ve been kind of busy.
Back in January 2015 I was lucky enough to join Oracle as part of their Developer Advocate team. My focus is SQL.
You see I love working with SQL. And I love helping others. So joining the Developer Advocates was a great chance to combine these passions :)
Which leads some to ask:
Why is your site (more...)
JavaOne and OOW 2016: You Don't Want to Miss These Sessions
If you are attending JavaOne and/or Oracle OpenWorld, here are my sessions recommendations.
If you need to send almost any message to almost any phone from your Oracle database, and you want to use straight PL/SQL, you may want to consider using my Clicksend API.
- SMS (Short Message Service)
- MMS (Multimedia Message Service)
- Text to Voice
I have released the first beta version of my Oracle PL/SQL API for Clicksend. Read the installation instructions, API reference and download the release from here:
Sending an SMS is as (more...)
- Nested Loops Join Batching: seit 11g die häufigste Variante. Im Plan erscheinen zwei Nested Loops steps: zunächst (more...)
Almost a decade ago (in 2007), Oracle released a whitepaper on Integrating Application Express with PayPal Payments Pro which used PayPal's Name Value Pair (NVP) API.
In the years since then, PayPal has made available a new API which is (more...)
Virtual Development Server: Add enough ram and disk space to VirtualBox for further server components
As I want later build docker images and run docker containers I have to provide enough disk space for this.
Per default the Vagrantboxes have vmdk disks, these have a static size and are to small for my purposes.
Therefore I convert the disk, which comes with the box, via Vagrant VirtualBox provider from vmdk to vdi, so that it allocate only the used disk space in the host system.
Additional I add a second (more...)
Each year it seems to get tougher and tougher to become accepted as a speaker at OOW - Oracle needs to reserve (more...)
As I want to decouple my development server from my computer as much as possible I want to create first a virtual machine with linux.
Because I have used Oracle Virtualbox in the past successfully, I will use it here too.
For long time I had the idea to create a virtual development server for testing some ideas and play with some new and old technologies.
The several components should be easy replaceable and should influence my computer as little as possible.
So in the next blogs of this series I will discuss several technologies like vagrant, docker, jenkins and several oracle database and development stacks.
Please stay tuned!
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We are excited to announce AuraPlayer has been shortlisted for UKOUG’s 2016/2017
Digital Transformation Partner of the Year! This award provides recognition to Oracle Partners for their contributions to Oracle users by promoting digital transformation.
It has been such an incredible year watching our customer’s applications change from gray screens nailed onto a desktop to cutting-edge mobile applications. Digital transformations have been occurring in all industries including field service, public-sector and retail. We are so (more...)