…AuraPlayer ! (well for Silver anyways)
Last night, we had the pleasure of attending the ninth annual UKOUG Partner of the Year awards ceremony at the Café de Paris in London where we were honored with the Award for Digital Transformation Partner of the Year- Silver!
Amid the fun at the ceremony, Gwen Edwards (AuraPlayer’s VP of Business Development) had the chance to meet and snap a selfie with incoming Executive Director of UKOUG, James Jeynes! (more...)
Kurz notiert: am 4.11.2016 gibts ein APEX Frühstücks-Meetup mit vielen neuen Infos zu Oracle APEX.
Bitte hier anmelden: https://www.meetup.com/orclapex-Vienna/events/234665282/
This year I had the great opportunity to attend in person Oracle OpenWorld 2016 and JavaOne 2016. Since I was student, I heard how fantastic and big is this conference but you cannot realize it until you are in it.
All San Francisco is taken by a bunch of personalities from all companies around the world, and it’s a great space to talk about Oracle, show off our projects and of course, our vision as (more...)
I have followed instructions from the cookbook and implemented editable JET table on top of ADF BC REST service. Row with key 201 is (more...)
It’s been over two years, but I’m finally going back to my second home. I’m presenting at BGOUG Autumn 2016 Conference.
I get back from the OTN APAC Tour, go to work for three days, then I’m off to Bulgaria. I figure if I confuse my body enough it won’t recognise how many time zones I’ve travelled through…
At the moment it looks like this is the last event I’m presenting at in 2016, (more...)
I used to do that and set the first one of those to a fixed IP address, say 10.0.0.1. To this one I coupled the hostname, for instance darlin-vce-db, using the /etc/hosts file. That way I had a fixed, always existing network address for the database.
Together with the database, you install WebLogic, for instance to serve (more...)
The following steps are working with Oracle WebLogic Server 12.x
Login to the server which is hosting your Oracle WebLogic Server environment and start the wlst utility and connect as weblogic user to your WebLogic Domain:
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c Release 2 (13cR2) was released a couple of weeks ago. In a previous post I mentioned we were going to stop our rollout of 13cR1 agents to production and upgrade from 13cR1 to 13cR2 before we resumed.
I don’t like doing anything at work that I haven’t already tried at home, so the first step in that process was for me to do some clean installs and practice upgrades. After a (more...)
We have several posts on AskTom where it is described how to “carve up” a table into equi-sized chunks in order to (say) perform a task in parallel on that table. Here is an example of one.
Much of this has nowadays been obsoleted by the DBMS_PARALLEL_EXECUTE package, but in either instance, one key point remains: When you are generating rowids, there is no guarantee that the rowid you generate is either valid or (more...)
In my last post, I walked you through the first part of installing the Oracle Database 12c STIG compliance standards sample code. The next step to using these compliance standards is to associate your Oracle Database 12c databases with these standards. You may recall there are two separate standards in the sample code, one for multitenant databases and the other for conventional architecture databases. The process of associating the databases is the same in (more...)
This is the 36th installment of my blog series around Stream Processing and Analytics.
As usual, find below the new blog articles, presentations, videos and software releases from last week:
News and Blog Posts
- More Firms Embracing Streaming Analytics, Machine Learning by David Weldon
- Connecting VoltDB to Amazon Kinesis streams by Peter Shaw
- The tale of two messaging platforms: Apache Kafka and Amazon Kinesis by Parviz Deyhim
I just published for free the work I’ve done for the past 1,5 years
We used to have a few problems with backups:
* Weekly full backup took 2+ days to run on the larger databases and it always took a lot of resources to run.
* To test the backups we needed to allocate the same amount of storage space and it took too long time to restore the database from backup.
* To (more...)
With each new release of the Oracle Data Miner (ODMr) tool (part of SQL Developer) an upgrade of your ODMr Repository is needed. This is because of the numerous new features in the tool. This is particularly the case with ODMr (SQLDev) 4.2.
No most of the new features for ODMr 4.2 will not be visible until you are running a 12.2 Database. But a small number of new features are available (more...)
It’s my pleasure to be speaking at BGOUG and UKOUG again this year.
The coming Wednesday 19th Oct, I’ll be speaking at the UKOUG Systems SIG event here in London (agenda). I’ll talk about Exadata implementations I did last year and issues I encountered. Also, things you need to keep in mind when you plan to extend the system, attach it to ZFS Storage Appliance or Exalytics.
Next is all time my favorite (more...)
The installation comes in 2 major parts, first setup a Oracle Database User and the underlying objects and second part deploy the Forms Diagnostics Agent into your Oracle WebLogic Server.
Database Setup (more...)
There are quite a lot of systems around the world that aren’t using the AWR (automatic workload repository) and ASH (active session history) tools to help them with trouble shooting because of the licensing requirement – so I’m still finding plenty of sites that are using Statspack and I recently came across a little oddity at one of these sites that I hadn’t noticed before: one of the Statspack snapshot statements was being appearing fairly (more...)
I read Debra’s post this morning and the fact she had to write it was pretty disappointing. I realise there will always be haters out there who find fault with what people in the community do, but even so…
The instance that I’ve built for my students in a Fedora VM is quite stable except for one feature. The feature is the hibernation process of the base operating system. Sometimes when the base operating system hibernates, it causes the Oracle shared memory segment to fail. When that happens you get the following error:
ERROR: ORA-01034: ORACLE not available ORA-27101: shared memory realm does not exist Linux-x86_64 Error: 2: No such file or directory Process (more...)