Tag: Oracle

Troubleshooting Oracle’s Auto Service Request

I’ve spent the better part of the day troubleshooting an issue with Oracle’s Auto Service Request (ASR) and wanted to share my results in case if saves someone else some effort.

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Build An EBS 12.2.2 Sandbox Fast(ish) In Virtualbox from OVM templates

Update, 7 March 2014: I don’t often suggest this, but: stop reading this post! Oracle has (finally, yay!) released VM templates for EBS 12.2.3 that can be imported to Virtualbox directly! If you want an EBS 12.2 sandbox in Virtualbox,…

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Best Certificate Authority for Jar file signing in Oracle E-Business Suite

Most of you are already aware of the recent announcement on Steven Chan’s blog  about New JRE requirements that require EBS JAR files to be signed by a Code Signing Certificate. This requirement came in as Oracle is tightening up security…

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How to recover a subset of an Oracle database

Today’s blog post will discuss how to recover a subset of an Oracle database. Many of you would have come across different recovery scenarios, but I’ll be talking about a very different one that happened to me. The following are…

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Online Storage Migration without ASM

I recently blogged about Playing with ASM Online Migration and still soul searching from not having jumped on the ASM band wagon. How can online storage migration be performed before ASM came about? One option is using Logical Volume Manager…

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Missing UKOUG Tech13 — But Still in Manchester at OakTable World UK 2013

This is the first year since 2006 that I don’t present and don’t attend UKOUG Technology annual conference. Sad but I had to withdraw because I didn’t believe UKOUG has been making the right choices in the past little while. The trigger was the introduction of the limit of six presentations per company to present at the conference which I believe doesn’t really serve well the conference attendees nor my company that I’m so passionate about nor my colleagues that I’m so proud to work with.

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Batched Table Access

When I first saw the suffix BATCHED in an Oracle execution plan from 12c, I was curious to see what is hidden behind and how it works. I had some spare time for testing and wanted to share my findings…

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Log Buffer #348, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

With the holiday season fast approaching (or is it slow?), data bloggers have already adopted a festive mood, and this Log Buffer edition jubilantly captures and reflects that, and much more.

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How to move Oracle DB to New Oracle Home on Same Windows Server

I have been thinking about writing a Pythian blog for long time, and today I finally took the opportunity. In the DBA life, it’s common to get a request to move the database across servers due to a RDBMS upgrade…

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Log Buffer #347, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

What do swaying palms, turquoise water, white sandy beaches and absolutely pristine fauna remind you of? Correct! It’s Log Buffer. This Log Buffer brings you beads of blog posts related to data dexterity crafted by leading bloggers across the planet.

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