This is something I discovered a few minutes ago by pure coincidence and it’s not documented as far as I know.
You can enter version or show version and it will tell you the exact SQLcl build that you’re executing.
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I did it: in my proudest moment at DOAG2016, at the very end of my second presentation, I presented a brilliant SQL query with a bug in it. After agonizing for awhile, I finally saw that the correction was simple and didn't change the timing.
Another DOAG is over and here are my summary.
Unfortunately the early train from duesseldorf arrives not before 9:30, so I missed the first morning slot. But on the other hand I this was the slot where I had to decide between 8 presentations, which I’m interested in.
The first soft skill presentation was about creative techniques beyond brain storming. The mentioned 3 techniques was all unknown for me, maybe I give it (more...)
This blog post brought to you by the letter M as in Martin . Follow @martindsouza . He asked me on twitter if SQLcl via Nashorn could use ECMA Script 6 features yet. The answer is yes. So, for the brave that want to try out the latest greatest ECMA Script 6 features it can be done with SQLcl.
This is a good reference for what's in version 6 that could be useful. The only caution is (more...)
Another conference series over and many new lessons are still churning around somewhere in the back of my brain.
Our Australian conferences still seem a little subdued compared to years gone by, but the thicker community bonds held strong while the economy decides what to do.
The other problem we have is getting all those people out there we know are using Oracle technology out from their cubicles and at these fun events!
My Presentations (more...)
Also, I hope everyone knows we are posting examples of this to github as a base for anyone to learn and try it out. Just in case here's the link to the GitHub location https://github.com/oracle/oracle-db-tools/tree
It is my 1 year anniversary of becoming the tech evangelist for Snowflake Computing! Hard to believe that a year ago I gave up independent consulting and joined this amazing team in San Mateo. While there has been a lot of travel recently with my speaking schedule, I have gotten to learn a ton about big data, […]
Today I did my second presentation at DOAG2016. It was at 9:00 so I got to sleep in ;) The room was huge but there were enough people that I didn’t feel too lonely. The room and the technical help were top notch, and again there were questions at just the right time to remind me […]
Big thanks to all those who turned up for my early morning session on Saturday Nov 12th, 2016. I know it was a tough call after a week’s work but thanks for making the right decision. A full-house is an extreme delight for a speaker. You can download the session deck either from the Sangam … Continue reading
DOAG2016 started today at 8:30, and I did too. There were so many great presentations at the same time as mine, I was surprised and pleased to get a nice audience.
I saw Stephen's example of checking reserved words in the database from Vertan's day and figured I'd do the same in SQLcl.
#595 #plsql Is it a reserved word? PL/SQL procedure to help you sort that out. Dyn PLSQL example! @oraclelivesql https://t.co/M10kVnsQ3y pic.twitter.com/XFFHOVzNCK
— Steven Feuerstein (@sfonplsql) November 11, 2016
Checked if something is reserved seems like a nice add
A few weeks back I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the Southern Fried Agile event in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was quite an event with over 700 people in attendance. This is a primarily local event drawing people mostly from the Charlotte area. To say agile is big in that town is […]