Tag: Oracle

How Oracle Follows Good Database Development Standards, NOT

This is what I found in the APEX documentation that comes with Oracle 11g, in the chapter describing building a very simple application…Making sure the database instance couldn’t potentially use an index in DEPARTMENT_ID column? Why on earth would you teach novice APEX developers such a horrible practice? To me, it’s one more confirmation that Oracle can do an excellent RDBMS, but when it comes to database applications development . . .

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Log Buffer #103: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Welcome to the 103rd edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.

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Alex Gorbachev at the TOUG July 2008 Meeting

Small local user group meetings have their own beauty because of the special intimate atmosphere. We expected somewhat higher attendance but it seems that people were already in the holiday mode. The presentation itself went very well and I liked my pace since I didn’t have any time pressure. I’ve done this presentation before in 45 minutes and this time it took slightly more than an hour but I was able to spend additional time on few more complex topics and explain the underlying concepts making sure we all are on the same page. I also enjoyed the questions during the presentation — always a pleasure to know which parts are more interesting to the audience and questions is one of the best indicators. Another one is when people take notes. All in all — it was a very encouraging hour. Thanks to every one who attended!

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Going to Toronto Oracle User Group Meeting (June 2008)

Today I’m doing a presentation at the Toronto Oracle User Group meeting. It’ll be my first time there and I’m really looking forward to it. My session is called Oracle 11g New Features Out of the Box. It went pretty well at Collaborate 08 and I think it will be the right audience at the TOUG meeting.

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Oracle Open World: MySQL Management Plug-in and Grid Control Extensibility?

In case you are attending Oracle Open World 2008, the biggest Oracle conference in the world, and interested in either (or both) MySQL or Oracle Enterprise Manager Extensibility — I posted a proposal for a new presentation: Extending Oracle Enterprise Manager by Example — Creating MySQL Management Plug-In

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Oracle Silent Mode, Part 5: Adding a Node to a 10.2 RAC

This fifth post assumes that you want to add a new node to your cluster and database. It describes most of the associated “silent” syntaxes. Even if you don’t leverage RAC’s ability to add or remove nodes to gain in agility, it’s still very likely you’ll come to these techniques when you want to upgrade some of your Servers or Operating Systems.

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Oracle Silent Mode, Part 4: Installation Of A 10.2 RAC

This fourth post introduces the fundamental silent installation commands for a 10.2 RAC. this post will dig into how to (1) install the 10.2 Clusterware, (2) apply the latest Patch Set on top of it, (3) install the 10.2 database, (4) apply the latest Patch Set on top of it, and (5) create a RAC database. These operations will be performed with the Oracle Universal Installer, NETCA and DBCA in silent mode. Before you start, just in case you’re not familiar yet with Oracle Silent Installation.

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Log Buffer #102: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Welcome to the 102nd edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.

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Oracle Silent Mode, Part 3: Cloning Software and Databases

This post is the third of the series of ten posts that explore some of the Oracle Universal Installer (OUI), Network Assistant (NETCA), Database Creation Assistant (DBCA), Database Upgrade Assistant (DBUA) and other syntaxes you can use to script or speed up Oracle Installations. This post will dig into the cloning features of both the Universal Install (OUI) and the Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA)

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Oracle 11g ASM Diskgroup Compatibility

Back in April I was at COLLABORATE 08 and delivered a presentation on 11g — Oracle 11g New Features Out of the Box, including Oracle 11g ASM features. The first ASM slide was about diskgroup compatibility, and I have a bit more to share than I said back then.

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