Oracle has just updated their ADF Statement of Direction, announcing that ADF 12.2.1 will be out in 2015. Here is what they are promising for this release:
The Next Version of Oracle ADF
Oracle is planning to deliver the next version of Oracle ADF – 12.2.1 – as part of the next release of Oracle Fusion Middleware 12.2.1 in 2015. Some of the focus areas for this version include:
I was being teased by SQL Developer.
Everytime I started it came nagging about that it was being forced to live in an old Java version called jdk1.7.0_45 and that is was not feeling happy about it.
So, I should remedy this, I thought to myself.
First visit was, inspired by some search-work on the WWW, a file called product.conf. Which offered two possiblities:
SetJavaHome to some logical location
SetJavaHome to (more...)
In physics, one important limitation of any experiment is the fact that an act of observation inevitably interferes with the observed process (“observer effect”). Same thing is true about databases. It is a well known fact that, for example, turning on tracing can significantly slow down the process for which it’s enabled. But there exist even nastier forms of this effect: for example, when you try to trace a SQL statement using nested loop batching mechanism, (more...)
check the sysman and dbsnmp account status, If expired, please activate
SQL> select username,account_status from dba_users where username =’SYSMAN';
SQL> select username,account_status from dba_users where username =’DBSNMP';
So sysman account has been expired. Please activate with old password and also Please check if this account has been locked, please unlock this account.
SQL> alter user sysman identified by Admin123;
photo by Jose Maria Cuellar (CC 2.0)
Thanks to Leighton Nelson who pointed out that :
Oracle has a pre-installed Linux VM with 12c
Delphix as well has a pre-installed trial version
Download both of these and start them up in Virtualbox and you can start virtualizing your PDBs.
The Oracle pre-installed VM has a few eccentricities that have to be addressed before using it. There is no IP address and there (more...)
I recently came across the book called “Oracle Database Transactions and Locking Revealed” by Tom Kyte and Darl Kuhn. Usually, any new book by Tom Kyte is a big deal and acquires a huge following very quickly. Strangely enough there was only a single review on the Amazon, before I added my own.
For the reasons unknown to me, this book is literally ignored. I haven’t seen posts on the oracle-l about it, on the (more...)
For those who don’t know, it is now possible to use hints on PgSQL. Here
is how things work:
- Download and install the extension from the home page:
If you are using Red Hat derivative, like me, it’s a simple RPM package. Check the content of the package, like this:
[mgogala@pg91 ~]$ rpm -qa|grep pg_hint
[mgogala@pg91 ~]$ rpm -ql pg_hint_plan93-1. (more...)
(the first part can be found here)
Now let’s consider command line. There is a lot of things that can be done to improve user experience here as well.
1) Maintain a local script repository on the machine(s) you’re using the most. To make sqlplus search there, define SQLPATH variable (using Control Panel => System => Advanced => Environment variables on Windows, or shell initialization scripts such as .profile or .bash_profile on Unix).
Most of my servers tend to be Linux VMs on VMware ESX without any graphics desktops setup, so it can be disconcerting trying to install Oralce with it’s graphical “runInstaller” being the gate way we have to cross to achieve installation. Of course there is the silent install, but to do that requires knowing all the secret handshake responses to make the silent installer work. Often the easiest way to get a response file is to (more...)
This week I participated (online option) in HotSOS conference — the only conference that is focused entirely around Oracle database performance and internals. Like a year ago, it was a great conference, I really enjoyed it. Predictably, the number one topic was the in-memory option. Probably every third talk was about it. I learned a lot of stuff I didn’t know before (and I strongly suspect that this stuff wouldn’t be easy to find anywhere else).
It only works in version 12 :( That’s right, I didn’t test in previous versions and there was a bug. Please refer to the COMPARE_SYNC post for the new, improved version. Here is what I changed: The name is now COMPARE_SYNC. I don’t know what got into me to put those four meaningless letters in front. The […]
If a column or expression may be NULL, it is a pain to compare it to something else. Why? Because comparisons involving a NULL do not result in TRUE or FALSE: they result in NULL. I use the DECODE function to work around this problem: here's why - and how.
“Oracle *daily* TidBits” (#oratidbit) published at https://www.facebook.com/oraclenotes on weekdays in February 2015. You will also see these tidbits, one tidbit at a time, for each page refresh on the right side of this blog as well… Hope you find these helpful to learn something new or to remind you of its existence and use… Publish Date TidBit 2-Feb #oratidbit […]
EM agents can end up in several different error states and each of them have their own error image. This one popped up in my environment this morning on one agent and all of its targets:
A bounce counter mismatch (represented by the ‘N’ in the icon?) occurs when the agent has been restored from a backup on the remote host. The agent is trying to upload metric data from timestampX but the repository contains (more...)
We still use database authentication for our OEM Administrator accounts. Every once a while (like today) that list needs to be reviewed to evaluate contract employees and others that may have changed jobs. We use the USER_DESCRIPTION field to store people’s names in OEM so we poll the user_name and its description.
Here’s a simple query, run as SYSMAN user, that creates a list for you in SQL+
COL user_name FORMAT a20
COL user_description FORMAT a35 (more...)
While try to configure Backup exec agent in database server
“No Oracle instances were discovered do you want to enter one”
add the instance value in /etc/oratab
Does anyone know of any good contracts that would support mostly remote work?
I started this blog years ago with the idea that it would be a good place to search for work should I ever need it. I think the time has come to just ask to see if projects are available through this avenue. If you know of anything, I would love to speak with you. Would you mind commenting below or sending (more...)
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In a recent blog post Eric D. Brown defined an Agile Data Center as
An Agile Data Center is one that allows organizations to efficiently and effectively add, remove and change services at the speed of the business, not the speed of technology - Eric D. Brown
In follow up post he said that a Agile Data Center could be implemented by Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) for example using machine (more...)
I often train experienced developers in new tools, and I’ve found that most underestimate what they can do – their actual skill level is higher than their own perceived skill level.
This is different from new developers, who tend to overestimate their skills.
The reason this happens to most experienced people is the “loss of control” feeling overcomes the feeling of accomplishment. If you are very skilled with one tool, you are acutely aware that (more...)
If you have had interesting experiences with SQL or PL/SQL in your career, here’s your opportunity to share them on stage, on camera, or in print. Send your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll forward them to the SQL evangelists team headed up by Steven Feuerstein. You may be selected to tell your stories on stage at the YesSQL! presentation at the winter conference next Tuesday or your stories may be recorded on camera or (more...)