It has been about three months since I’ve published a post. Well this time it has been a mix of work and decision making on my next chapter in my career that has kept me from posting. Hopefully, in the near future I will have more time to publish articles on topics I really want to discuss.
For the people close to me, many of you already know what this change is. I appreciate that (more...)
is not compiling the composite when a BPEL process contains java
embedding. Just incorporating java embedding makes the maven compilation
to fail. If the java embedding is removed then the composite
compilation is successful in Maven. This issue can be reproduced with
First I tried to solve this
issue by adding dependency declarations for orabpel.jar in the soa maven
plugin section and the pom.xml itself. (more...)
This blog post is about two things: one how you can monitor who is bringing you database up and down (there is a twist at the end!) and two how you can very conveniently do that with aggregated logs in a browser with a tool called ‘Kibana’, which is the K in ELK.
What is the ‘ELK stack’?
The ELK stack gets it’s name from Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana.
– Elasticsearch is an open (more...)
Oracle Exadata X5 Administration covers Exadata
Database Machine features and configurations, Exadata Storage Server, migrating
to the Database Machine, and maintaining, monitoring and optimizing the
Database Machine after initial configuration. A candidate passing the exam
It’s been a busy month – five Exadata deployments in the past three weeks and new personal best – 2x Exadata X6-2 Eighth Racks with CoD and storage upgrade deployed in only 6hrs!
An issue I encountered with the first deployment was that onecommand wouldn’t change the storage cells names. The default cell names (not hostnames!) are based on where they are mounted within the rack and they are assigned by the elastic configuration (more...)
On Oracle Community forum, I’ve seen a good question about using EMCLI to add targets. The forum user says that they decided to name the database targets with combining db_name and hostname. As you may know, when you add a database target, EM also creates a database system for the new target (or assign it with an existing one). The new database system’s name is generated by adding “_sys” to the database target name. Let’s (more...)
This article will explain the Oracle VAR_POP function and show you some examples. Purpose of the Oracle VAR_POP Function The VAR_POP function finds the population variance of a set of numbers, excluding NULLs. What does this mean? The population variance is a calculation that determines the difference or variation in a complete set of numbers. […]
Oracle E-Business Suite is a collection of over 200 individual products. These products are grouped into product families such as Financials, Supply Chain Management, Human Resources, and so on. Each product has its own ID, officially called an "Applications Product Prefix." Product prefixes can be either two or three characters in length.
If you're looking at a patch's README or some technical documentation, you might see a product ID that you don't (more...)
We're pleased to announce the certification of the E-Business Suite
12.1.3 Data Masking Template for the Data Masking Pack with Enterprise
Manager Cloud Control 13c. You can use the Oracle Data Masking Pack with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c
to mask sensitive data in cloned Oracle E-Business Suite environments. Due
to data dependencies, scrambling E-Business Suite data is not a
trivial task. The data needs to be scrubbed in such (more...)
On January 19, 2017, Oracle announced that it signed an agreement to
acquire Apiary, which creates the most comprehensive API Integration
Cloud by adding the leading API design and governance solution. The
proposed transaction is subject to customary closing conditions. Until
the transaction closes, each company will continue to operate
Apiary's pioneering APIFlow solution provides the
framework and tools for developing application programming interfaces
(APIs) that share enterprise services and data and help create (more...)
In this article, I’ll explain the Oracle VAR_SAMP function and show you some examples. Purpose of the Oracle VAR_SAMP Function The VAR_POP function will return the sample variance of a set of numbers, after excluding NULLs. What does this mean? The sample variation calculates the variation of a sample of numbers from the overall set. […]
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