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SA-DBA: Piggybacking on VI's importance...
SA-DBA: A win for us and the customers...
SA-DBA: Grid Control OS Command Job and a problem...
SA-DBA: Environmental consistency .. is that even a real phrase?
SA-DBA: TWO_TASK... an oldie but a goodie...
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Conditional compilation
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - CONTINUE
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Compile time warnings
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Compression
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Commit_write parameter
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Dynamic SQL for PLSQL - Functional completeness
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - DML Error logging
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - External table
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Flashback
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Fast dual – 10g
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Hash full / outer joins
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Invisible indexes
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - IEEE Floating point functions
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - MODEL
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Merge enhancements
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Named and mixed notation for PL/SQL sub program in a sql stmt
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Native Compilation
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Password
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Partitioning enhancements
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Purge & Recyclebin
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Pivot and Unpivot
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Regular expression
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Result caching
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Read only tables
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - SQL*PLUS Enhancements
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Sequences
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Trigger Enhancements
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Virtual column & partitioning
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Wrap Utility
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Miscellaneous features
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Table Creation scripts
Oracle Illustrated: Read Hexa-decimal file via External table
Oracle Illustrated: Performance Tuning - FOR LOOP EXECUTE IMMEDIATE VS FORALL EXECUTE IMMEDIATE
Oracle Illustrated: Performance Tuning - Collections Vs. Pipelined Table Function
Oracle Illustrated: Performance Tuning - MERGE BASED ON TEMPORARY TABLES VS MERGE BASED ON COLLECTIONS
Oracle Illustrated: Performance Tuning - TEMPORARY TABLE VS COLLECTION
Oracle Illustrated: Performance Tuning - NORMAL INSERT VS MULTI-TABLE INSERT
Oracle Illustrated: Few more examples - Analytical Functions
Oracle Illustrated: Not Exists vs. Analytical functions
Oracle Illustrated: SPLIT ONE COLUMN WITH DELIMITER TO MULTIPLE COLUMNS
Oracle Illustrated: Implement ROLLING Partition using INTERVAL partition (11g)
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Adaptive cursor sharing
Oracle Illustrated: Migrating from 9i to 11g - Collections Enhancements
Oracle Illustrated: Analytical way - TO FIND LAST N ROWS AND DISPLAY ROWNUMBER IN A TABLE
Oracle Illustrated: Analytical way - TO FIND RUNNING TOTAL
Oracle Illustrated: Analytical way - TOP N rows from a table
Oracle Illustrated: Analytical way - Retrieve say 5 to 8 rows from table
Oracle Illustrated: Analytical way - Retrieve the Nth row from a table
Oracle Illustrated: Analytical way - To find Nth maximum value from a table
Oracle Illustrated: Import Stats from one DB to another - Quick way
Oracle Illustrated: Generic DML Error logging
Oracle OpenWorld 2010, Uncovered: A new Linux suit on the same old Tux
Oracle OpenWorld 2010, Uncovered: The most adorable snark ever, courtesy of Google
Oracle OpenWorld 2010, Uncovered: Oracle brews new Java as Father Gosling's pleas fall on deaf ears
Oracle OpenWorld 2010, Uncovered: Oracle OpenWorld opens its beak and tweets!
Oracle OpenWorld 2010, Uncovered: Wednesday's Highlights from Oracle OpenWorld
You're using your OS for what?: Oracle decides to use Linux for new Exadata machine
You're using your OS for what?: Oracle for president?
You're using your OS for what?: Multi-media for OS enhancements?
You're using your OS for what?: Thin provisioning
You're using your OS for what?: Itching for unbiased comparisons
You're using your OS for what?: UNIX, love is good, but given unsought, is better
You're using your OS for what?: If Windows 7 is better than Vista, it's way better than XP
You're using your OS for what?: Growing pains for Mac computers
You're using your OS for what?: HP bought 3Com
You're using your OS for what?: How to create disruptive innovation
You're using your OS for what?: How much will you pay for ‘mission-critical’ IT?
You're using your OS for what?: Videos for Chief Information Officers
You're using your OS for what?: For Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
You're using your OS for what?: Linux or UNIX?
You're using your OS for what?: Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems
You're using your OS for what?: Intel's Itanium 9300 is finally here
You're using your OS for what?: The Many Struggles of an IT Decision-Maker
You're using your OS for what?: The March, 2010 launch of the new HP-UX 11i Operating System
You're using your OS for what?: How to tie a tie, how to kiss, and how to get pregnant
You're using your OS for what?: Infrastructure networking made easy
You're using your OS for what?: The World's Most Important Data
You're using your OS for what?: SAP aims to purchase Sybase
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard: Vilfredo Pareto's 80/20 rule
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - Slackware
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - Grace Hopper
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - greenwashing
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - robotics
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - A Robot in Every Home
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - Computer industry
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - Enterprise 2.0
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - Hitachi math
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - Road to Riches
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - Vista, the walking dead of the operating system world
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard: Web 2.0 programming
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - Beware of widgets bearing gifts
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - In the game of scissors, rock, paper -- XP beats Vista
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - Influencing "The New Influencers"
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard - Nanotech future so bright even a housefly has got to wear shades
Overheard: Word of the Day: Overheard: The SAPanese take Web 2.0 seriously