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- Oracle Daily Tidbits – April 2016
“Oracle *daily* TidBits” (#oratidbit) published at https://www.facebook.com/oraclenotes on weekdays in April 2016. 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… TidBit #oratidbit ORACLE_OCM is a […]
- Modern CX 2016
We are back in Las Vegas again for Oracle Modern Customer Experience Conference! Instead of talking to customers and partners, we had the honor of chatting with UNLV Lee graduate students (@lbsunlv) and getting their feedback on how we envision the future of work, customers experience, marketing and data security. We started off with Noel showing […]
- Why I am a Dostoevskyan Humanist
An explanation in 5 parts, by reference to the works of those who were not.*’Lo! I show you the Last Man. “What is love? What is creation? What is longing? What is a star?” — so asks the Last Man, and blinks. The earth has become small, and on it hops the Last Man, who […]
- RMAN no files found to be unknown to the database error
Here’s a weird error message for my collection… I’ve been working with a customer to setup a RMAN backup on his standby database (backup is going to SBT). After a while, we decided that we couldn’t avoid using the RMAN catalog so we created one. Now, when using the catalog, we can backup the database […]
- When SQLT is not enough
A SQLT report has all kinds of pertinent information including—to name just a few—optimizer settings, indexes, statistics, plan history, and view definitions. However, sometimes a SQLT report is not enough to solve a SQL performance problem.(read more)
- Best #DataVault Event Ever!
Do your self, your DW architecture, and your brain a favor and take time to attend the 3rd Annual World Wide Data Vault Consortium
- The APEX CONNECT and the APEX dashboard competition 2016
- (via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPoiv0sZ4s4)
- Materialized View Fast Refresh und Data Clustering
Zur Abwechslung kann ich hier mal wieder eine selbst erlebte Geschichte erzählen: am letzten Wochenende habe ich ältere historischen Daten aus den Aggregationstabellen eines Data Warehouses (11.2) entfernt, was den Neuaufbau diverser Materialized Views erforderlich machte. Diese Materialized Views sind auf verschiedenen Ebenen der Zeitachse definiert: für Wochen, Monate und Jahre, wobei die beiden ersten […]
- Speakers: Put your Twitter Handle on the Windows taskbar!
If you speak often at conferences, sharing your screen to demo things, this could be helpful: Throughout your presentation, the audience will be able to see your Twitter Handle, reminding them to include it with tweets about the event. I used to include it in the slides, but this is better, because it works also […]