Posts Categorized: Pythian
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Suggestions about how to proceed if you are just getting started with blogging or searching for topics to blog about.
This week, there are some announcements from the database arena and then there are some tips and tricks coupled with some cool techniques, and this Log Buffer covers some of them.
On this Valentine’s Day, what is the most romantic thing you could do as database professional? Why, yes — you could read (and then share) this scintillating and lovely Log Buffer Edition!
“Seriously John, do you blog about anything else?” Yeah, well… Evidence is strongly against me so far. :) One of the more common questions I’ve received as a followup to my Build an E-Business Suite 12.1.3 Sandbox In VirtualBox in One Hour post has been, “Can I do this in a single node instead of…
Here in your hands, there is yet another fresh sizzling hot edition of the celebrated Log Buffer. Enjoy the collection of assorted gems from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.
It’s common practice for IT vendors to keep some of the commands and statements for their own use, and to avoid publishing or documenting these tools for two reasons: Some of these commands are unsafe for production environments and should be used carefully on non-production systems only – otherwise it may cause some adverse effects…
This blog explores some of the habits on user forums and advises how to enhance the forum experience. Readers are encouraged to contribute and share their own opinions.
part 2 explores how transactions and batches can affect Merge replication identity range management. It shows a case where batch insert inside a transaction caused applications to fail and provides a resolution to the case.
Today there are five versions of SQL Servers serving at the hearts of business enterprises, and the sixth is coming soon. Current SQL Server versions are 2000, 2005, 2008, 2008R2, 2012 and the upcoming version SQL Server 2014. The question CIOs, VPs of IT and/or IT managers are asking themselves is, “Shall I upgrade SQL…