Blogs of the month
Mike Dietrich shares information about January’s Security Alert and gives a quick overview of the patch bundles he intends to apply to his 19c and 21c environments.
This blog begins with, “Although oracle enterprise manager (oem) 11g is a fairly older version my developer colleague is still derised to play with it particularly “Top Activity” in the tab “Performance”. Ok, our oracle test environment has still existed oracle 11g version. Unfortunately the related oem hasn’t been found in browser.”
It concludes: “After finished installing flash player npapi and downgraded firefox, I’ve logged in oem 11g again it has shown the nice dynamic refresh graph eventually on the tab of performance.”
Ron Ekins writes:
“In this blog I and going to show how to connect to a PostgreSQL database created by Portworx Data Services (PDS) deployed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE).
I previously shared How to deploy a PostgreSQL database on the Oracle Cloud using OKE and Portworx Data Services (PDS) so if you want to follow along with this post you may want to visit the above post.”
This post is a step-by-step for Installing Oracle E-business suite R12.2.0 on Oracle Enterprise Linux 7.5 (64-bit).
This blog features an invitation to a live webinar on February 22 at 11 AM to hear Nadia Bendjedou (VP of Oracle EBS Product Strategy at Oracle) and Muhannad Obeidat (VP of Software Development at Oracle) discuss Oracle’s latest UI innovations in Oracle EBS – ECC, and hear Mia Urman (Oracle ACE Director and AuraPlayer CEO) highlight innovative ways- including mobility and RPA automation– to modernize your current back-end in order to maximize your Oracle investments.
If you are currently running EBS, this is a must-attend session! The session will include customer case studies and demos.
Rodrigo Jorge begins his blog with, “I had a requirement in one tool that I was working to find whether a given table column was power of 2.
The easiest way to check would be using the LOG(2,y). If the result was an integer, the number would be power of 2.
2^X = Y -> LOG(2,Y)=X
And to check if X was an integer, I would add a predicate of TRUNC(X) = X.
However, when I tried to check the results, I got a weird result…”
Read the blog to find out how he solved the issue.
Bobby Curtis says, “Recently I have been talking with customers about their Oracle GoldenGate implementations and how these implementations can benefit their enterprise architecture. During these discussions, one thing that sticks out is the need for performance, performance tuning, and how that actually correlates to what is happening in the database. There seems to be a bit of misunderstanding when it comes to this topic. Let’s try and explain that here!”
Federico Venturin writes, “The January 2023 Update for Oracle Analytics Cloud came out few days ago and in this blog post I’m going to have a look at the most important new features it includes.”
Jeff Smith writes, “I put together a post last week talking about using SQL to analyze Spotify streaming data, my brain quietly whispered to itself, I bet Netflix data would be more fun.”
This blog goes through step by step instructions of the ‘how’!
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