(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.
(Kellyn Pot’Vin-Gorman) As the flood gates open up on Oracle for Azure IaaS, working in an efficient manner has become a necessity. We’re building out partners to help, but there are ways to empower our customers and those doing this work to make us all successful- hopefully this post will assist.
(Jeff Smith) I have a PL/SQL program.
(Simon Pane) A common question from Oracle customers is whether they can configure the Oracle Database to use:
(Hemant K Chitale) (I think I’ve covered this with a pre-12c non-PDB example earlier, but this demo is with a 12c PDB)
(Bijan Mottahedeh) This blog post is a brief introduction to the io_uring asynchronous I/O framework available in release 6 of the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK).
(Nenad Noveljic) In the previous blog post I showed how a DML can hold a redo copy latch for a very long time if private strands aren’t used. Since recursive statements during logon bypass private strands, this can cause serious latch wait cascades.