Oracle Database 12c: PGA_AGGREGATE_LIMIT

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There is a new default in town. Mark my words, you will encounter the following during your 12c life-cycle… 😉 From the Oracle 12c Reference manual PGA_AGGREGATE_LIMIT: PGA_AGGREGATE_LIMIT PGA_AGGREGATE_LIMIT specifies a limit on the aggregate PGA memory consumed by the instance. There is no difference in behavior between PGA_AGGREGATE_LIMIT being […]

Hotsos Revisited 2013 – Presentatie materiaal

Marco Gralike

Hierbij nog dank voor allen die aanwezig waren bij de weer gevulde, informatieve & gezellige avond tijdens “Hotsos Revisited 2013”. Wij presentatoren hebben genoten van het ambiance. Hier ook nog voor degenen die graag het nog een keer willen nalezen het presentatie materiaal van Toon, Jacco, Gerwin, Frits en mij… […]

Basisregistraties Adressen en Gebouwen – Het importeren van Kadaster BAG data in een Oracle Database

Marco Gralike

Vorig jaar heb ik behoorlijk wat vragen gekregen over of er een tool was, een methodiek, om BAG data van het Nederlandse Kadaster in een Oracle database te krijgen voor allerlei doeleinden. Basisregistraties Adressen en Gebouwen (BAG) data wordt onder andere uitgeleverd door het Kadaster in XML bestanden waarin alle […]

Oracle E-Learning Resources

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There is a lot of new stuff out there nowadays, regarding products and/or functionality or others. This is also true for Oracle and in short it’s not easy to follow all those innovations and/or new products. So from time to time I have a watch on stuff that interests me […]

Using the Oracle XMLDB Repository to Automatically Shred Windows Office Documents (Part 1)

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People who have attended the UKOUG presentation this year where Mark Drake, Sr. Product Manager XML Technologies / XMLDB, Oracle HQ, and I demonstrated the first principles of the XDB Repository, might have been impressed with its (GEO/KML Spatial, Image EXIF info) capabilities combined with Google Earth. This post will […]

UKOUG 2011 – Drag, Drop and other Stuff. Using your Database as a File Server

Marco Gralike

Last Thuesday, Mark Drake, Senior Product Manager and I, delivered a good presentation during UKOUG in Birmingham about how to use your database, via XMLDB functionality, as a file server. The presentation demonstrated as well how you could extent the “standaard” file server (aka your database) functionality with features like, […]

Review: The Method-R Profiler

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I was lucky enough to get my hands on the Method-R Profiler and had a test drive with it. So first of all what is it? As you might expect a profiler, a profiler for Oracle performance problems. The tool makes use of Oracle’s trace facilities. If you have a […]

OOW 2011 – On Our Way

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Early mornings…really hate them, but can avoid it this time due to our flight going out towards San Francisco is scheduled at 9.50PM. Oracle Open World is near and a few days away from getting started. Alex, Lucas and I meet up this morning in Schiphol, Hollands main airport for […]

Handling Complex XML Schemas

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Currently sitting in at Sam Iducula, Consulting member of the tech. staff and Mark Drake, Sr. Product Manager for Oracle XML DB. Before getting into the more in-depth topics Sam explained XML schema usage, for validation via XML schema validators like for example XML Spy or JDeveloper. This is currently […]