(Liron Amitzi) These days I’m in the progress of patching all databases for a specific client to 18.10 (from 18.9 as we need to be up to date).
(Martien van den Akker) Years ago, I had plans to write a book about BPEL or at least a series of articles to be bundled as a BPEL Course. I stranded with only one Hello World article.
(Bobby Curtis) Over the last couple of posts, we’ve been showing how to use the OCI provider and upgrading the associated OCI modules. In this post, we’ll show you how to use the OCI modules that were upgraded to build OCI compute node(s) through code.
(Fahd Mirza Chughtai) Fivetran toolpromises to reduce technical debt with scalable connectors managed from source to destination. Model your business logic in any destination using SQL, the industry standard. Change data capture delivers incremental updates for all your sources.
(Martin Berger) Oracle Unified Audit is a great and flexible tool.
(Bobby Durrett) I helped resolve an Oracle database performance problem yesterday and I thought I would capture what I did in this blog post.
(Jan Kettenis) When a process calls a service you sometimes have a requirement that some user identity needs to be propagated to the service call. This article describes how you can propagate the identity (but alas not the principle) of a user on behalf of whom a service call is executed.
(Pieter Van Puymbroeck) Active Data Guard is a lot more than the read-only standby database. Let’s focus on this part a bit. Read-only workloads are select workloads and are just queries.
Reading Query Parameters in GET requests to Project Fn Functions (and Oracle Functions as a Service)
(Lucas Jellema) TLDR: query parameters can be retrieved from the Fn-Http-Request-Url header in the ctx parameter passed by Fn to the Node function handling the request; using url.parse() on that header retrieves the url query parameters
(Flavio Casetta) The title sound like an old italian joke and indeed I wasted 4 hours on this joke before having the epiphany.