Our serverless offerings for Oracle Autonomous Database, Data Warehouse and Transaction Processing launched a new feature this week, the Performance Hub.
This gives you a nice (non-flash!) interface with Real Time
In April in Vienna a colleague from the US asked me: “Is Roy serious to travel to India in July?”. He mentioned the temperatures, the humidity – and
This would be for both SQLcl and SQL Developer, but a few are reserved for SQLcl today.
You have two options for formatting your query output:
- SET SQLFORMAT
- Adding a comment to your
In the previous blog posts I explained how to generate a sample config file for the AutoUpgrade tool and how to adjust it. Then I gave you an
Well, it’s been a while since we refreshed the lab being downloadable via this blog. But finally, the new Oracle 19c Hands-On Lab is available – you can download it as
When I say, ‘Oracle Autonomous Database,’ assume I mean one of the following environments:
- Autonomous Data Warehouse
- Autonomous Transaction Processing
- Autonomous Transactions Processing, Dedicated
In this quick post, I’m going to show you how to
The Autonomous Data Warehouse folks have built a nice sample schema for testing analytic views and doing ‘cool Star Schema stuff.’ It’s called, the Star Schema Benchmark (SSB).
If you’re looking
In the previous blog post I explained how to create a config file for the AutoUpgrde utility. And now I’d like to show how you can use some
Actually I really refused to blog about this for a few weeks now. But as I receive more questions and read more tweets, I think I need to shed some light
The question came in on the usual channel (Twitter):
One other thought: is it possible to change the icon (overlay, maybe) of Scheduler|Jobs|JOB_NAME to indicate that it is disabled? Currently I’m
A visual reminder of what those squiggle marks under your SELECT and * text means in SQL Developer’s Editors.
We don’t recommend database authentication for protecting your RESTful Services in ORDS.
A few reasons, but often because database accounts aren’t always treated as securely as they SHOULD BE, and