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Typen des Dynamic Sampling Hint

Jonathan Lewis weist - erneut - darauf hin, dass der dynamic sampling Hint in zwei Versionen existiert: als cursor level Hint und als statement level Hint, und dass die Anzahl der gesampelten Blocks von der Version abhängt: Level 4 auf cursor level verwendet 64 Blocks als Sample - sofern bestimmte Voraussetzungen gegeben sind, während Level 4 auf table level 256 Blocks verwendet, und das unabhängig von weiteren Voraussetzungen. Deshalb plädiert der Autor dafür, den Typ (more...)

Oracle Cloud Platform Launch Event on Monday June 22 – Integrate, Accelerate and Lead with the Oracle Cloud Platform

On next Monday June 22nd, our executives will be unveiling the new Oracle Cloud Platform. We encourage all employees, customers and partners to attend. The details including registration are available here.

Surfs Up! #KScope15 Beach Club: Opening Soon!

I know this is last minute but wanted to remind everyone that the Annual ODTUG KScope event starts in less that a week! As always, I will be there with my ACE Director hat on (literally). I will be giving My Talks at KScope during the week. One on SQL Developer Data Modeler (SDDM), and […]

Installing Oracle XE, ORDS and Apex on CentOS – Part Two: Installation

This is part two in a series of blog posts about how to install Oracle 11g Express Edition (XE) with Oracle Application Express (Apex) on a CentOS Linux server, with Apex served by Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) running on top of Tomcat and Apache.

Let's get right to it, starting with Oracle XE.

Installing Oracle XE

This is actually quite straightforward, assuming you have followed the prerequisite steps in part one.



As part of (more...)

Hoher Parse-Overhead durch Dynamic Statistics in der Standard Edition 12c

Nicht mein bester Titel für einen Blog-Artikel; aber wahrscheinlich auch nicht der schlechteste... Worum es geht, ist Folgendes: Franck Pachot hat im DBI Blog vor kurzem ein recht unerfreuliches Problem angesprochen, das sich auswirkt, wenn man in 12c Dynamic Statistics (vormals: Dynamic Sampling) in einem Standard Edition System verwendet. Grundsätzlich reduziert Oracle in 12c den Overhead beim Parsing, der sich durch das Sampling ergibt, dadurch, dass die Queries, die für die Erzeugung der Dynamic Statistics (more...)

MATCH_RECOGNIZE: gaps in date ranges

To find gaps between date ranges, there is an elegant solution using analytic functions. We can follow the same logic with MATCH_RECOGNIZE, using a technique that avoids the problems with MIN() and MAX() comparisons I just wrote about.

Oracle Database 12c: Interactive Quick Reference

12c DB Architecture


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Interview question: second largest value

This is my first blog for a very very long time.  I stopped blogging a couple of years ago when I started working on my book and after I finally finished the book I felt I needed a break to recuperate.

However, I have finally decided to put my toe back in the water.  This isn’t a very serious post but I hope you find it thought provoking and a bit of fun.

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INDEX FULL SCAN (MIN/MAX) und partitionierte Tabellen

Eine Frage, die ich mir gelegentlich schon einmal gestellt hatte, und dachte, die Antwort hier im Blog bereits notiert zu haben, lautet: ist der INDEX FULL SCAN (MIN/MAX) als Zugriffsoption auch für partitionierte Tabellen möglich? Da diese Antwort aber auf Anhieb unauffindbar zu sein scheint und womöglich von mir nie protokolliert worden ist, schreibe ich sie (noch einmal?) auf:

drop table t;
create table t
( id number
, startdate date
)
partition by range (more...)

MATCH_RECOGNIZE: matching based on aggregates

The heart of row pattern matching is finding which row matches what part of the pattern. Within the 12c MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause, DEFINE lists the conditions a row may meet; it doesn't always work the way you expect, especially if you use aggregates in the condition.

Washington memorials

I'm no patriot, and I'm certainly not American.

I'm somewhat of a pacifist, but I appreciate the efforts of the brave in years past. I certainly felt an urge to to shake the hands of some of the aging veterans we saw as we passed the WWII memorial.

What moved me most, however, was walking through the Lincoln memorial.

There was some amazing prose on those walls. Considered words, unbiased by the various media of (more...)

Bawston

Boston is a nice city, smaller than expected but full of culture.

The weather was great for us and we took one of the Duck tours which took off from right outside our hotel.
From out piggy tumblr
We don't get much in the way of American history in Australian schools, and most of what I know comes from movies or general interest. We had an amazing character driving our duck, a fella named Tim (more...)

The Hills were Alive with the Sounds of #DataVault

Yes folks a few weeks back we held the 2nd Annual World Wide Data Vault Consortium (#WWDVC) at the lovely Trapp Family Lodge outside Stowe, Vermont. What a great venue! Beautiful scenery, near perfect weather, great food, and great beer (they have their own brewery). Standing on the hillside it is easy to see why […]

Mac SQL Developer Install

This how you install SQL Developer on Mac OS Yosemite. The first thing you need to do is download and install Java 8, not Java 7 on your Mac OS Yosemite, as suggested on some web sites. You can determine whether or not Java is installed by running the following command:

Mac-Pro-3:~ username$ java -version
No Java runtime present, requesting install.

You must accept the Java license to install Java 8 on the (more...)

Kscope Journey

Boy that was a long trip.

Sure, Perth to Dubai was 11 hours but on a brand new half full Airbus it wasn't so bad, even if we didn't get in early to move away from the bulk head seats. The leg room was handy while bubba was awake, but arm rests that don't fold up made it harder to get her to sleep.

I think though the most boring part was the 3 hour (more...)

Deadlock with a Virtual Column

Virtual Columns are really cool. I like them a lot. If you've never heard of them, shame on you, learn about them.
In short: a Virtual Column is not a real column, it's an expression that looks like a column... more or less.
While using the Virtual Columns, we ran into a little oddity with them.

First of all let's start with the version of the database that I tested this on. Yes, I know (more...)

Feasibility survey of a possible European Kscope-like conference

As most people likely to read this blog will know, I am a great fan of the ODTUG Kscope yearly conference for Oracle developers. In my opinion it is one of the absolute best places for awesome content, presenters, attendees and networking - all wrapped in one high quality package that's fun too.

Some Dutch developers (Erik van Roon, Gert Poel and more) and I had a little twitter discussion some time ago. (more...)

MP Oracle Blog 2015-06-10 23:34:00

Mauro Pagano zeigt in seinem jüngsten Artikel einen Fall, in dem ein Bloom-Filter in den Filter-Prädikaten eines Execution Plans erscheint, aber im Plan selbst nicht aufgeführt wird. Seine Analyse zeigt, dass es sich dabei um ein Problem der Darstellung in dbms_xplan handelt: in 11.2 fehlt der Filter, aber in 12.1 wird er korrekt angezeigt. Interessant ist dabei vor allem die Analysestrategie: zunächst bestimmt er mit Hilfe von Event 10128, dass ein weiterer im (more...)

Merging Overlapping Date Ranges with MATCH_RECOGNIZE

I forgot to add a MATCH_RECOGNIZE solution to my last post on merging overlapping date ranges! That should take me just a few minutes, right? Wrong: it’s not that easy and here’s why. For test data, please refer to the previous post. To Merge or not to Merge? The idea is to merge date ranges if […]