(Jeff Friesen) Java exceptions are library types and language features used to represent and deal with program failure. In the first half of this article you’ll learn about basic language features and library types that have been around since Java 1.0.
(Robert Pearl) We’ve all used the command DBCC CHECKDB from time to time in our DBA careers to verify database integrity and repair corrupt databases.
(Cameron) This short blog discusses how to avoid overloading an on-premises or Azure Proxy server with Backup to URL. Creating a typical .Net configuration file to disable a proxy server will allow BackupToURL.exe to communicate via https directly to Azure blog storage.
(Neel Bhatt) I always wanted to have a Nuget package which can be plugged with a .Net application by which we can create Machine learning applications.
(Oren Nakdimon) This is part 10 of a post series about Oracle Edition-Based Redefinition.
(Henrik Loeser) Few months back, I introduced you to a tutorial for a database-drive Slackbot. In the tutorial I used the Conversation connector to hook up IBM Watson Assistant to Slack as a chatbot.
(Gerald) Oracle has added Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) to the Docker build files family on GitHub, which means that you can now easily dockerize ORDS.
(David Shirey) Prototyping is a term that describes how modules are accessed within the ILE environment. The word prototype also refers to a particular D-spec structure that is required to support this call or access.
(Vadim Tkachenko) As part of my benchmarks of binary logs, I’ve decided to check how the recently released MySQL 8.0 performance is affected in similar scenarios, especially as binary logs are enabled by default.
(Uwe Hesse) Exasol is the name of a company based in Nuremberg, Germany and the name of its major product: An in-memory analytic database.