(Lucas Jellema) In this article, I want to show how you can very quickly run a Docker container for free on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – using a VM in the Always Free Tier of OCI.
(Matthias Hoys) In my previous blog post I explained how you can load AWS CLI CloudWatch data into a MySQL database. In this blog post I will explain how you can do something similar using Oracle as database.
(Liron Amitzi) ORA-1775 “looping chain of synonyms” can be found online quite easily. But every time they talk about a real loop of synonyms (like syn1 -> syn2 -> syn3 -> syn1) and sometime about missing objects.
(David Fitzjarrell) The road of progress can be rough at times. Oracle versions 18 and 19 are no exception. Up until version 18.x Oracle had no issues with marking columns as unused and eventually dropping them.
(Martin Bach) Oracle 11g introduced the abilty to control the behaviour of the dbms_stats package by setting preferences on the database, schema, and table level.
(Pieter Van Puymbroeck) A common thing we heard from customers is that it would be desirable to use different shapes in a Data Guard configuration in the Oracle Cloud.
(Christopher Jones) This is the second in a two part series on using Docker for Oracle Database applications.
(Trent) This week I spotted a new terminal-like icon at the top of my OCI tenancy. Upload clicking it, its a GCP-esque terminal emulator directly in the browser.
(Dirk Nachbar) In my last blog I was showing how to install the new Oracle WebLogic Server 18.104.22.168.0 Slim Installer (https://dirknachbar.blogspot.com/2020/02/oracle-weblogic-server-122140-slim.html), now let’s see how the minimised Oracle WebLogic Server 22.214.171.124.0 Slim Edition will handle a patchi
(Mathias Magnusson) This is essentially a not for myself for the next time I forget. It seems to be like once every other year I figure this out. It is not too easy to google for so it usually takes a bit too long.