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I AM ENGINEER IN PUBLIC SECTOR UNIT AND INTERESTED IN ORACLE 9I 10G.

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Oracle AQ: working with PL/SQL asynchronous notifications

I'd like to share a basic example of how to consume Oracle AQ messages using PL/SQL: https://fcosfc.wordpress.com/2014/12/17/oracle-aq-working-with-plsql-asynchronous-notifications/

Posted by Paco Saucedo on December 17, 2014 at 12:45pm

flashback recovery in RAC enviorment using Data Guard Broker

I am trying to flashback recover using DGMGRL from the current primary node.

I am running the following command:

    dgmgrl> reinstate database pri

but I am getting the  error "ORA: 16653" every time when all the instances of failed primary database are up/running but if only one instance is up then it doesn't give any error.

So I want to ask that:

Is flashback recover is supported through DGMGRL or it is supported only in case of one…

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Posted by Vishvendra Singh Rana on November 25, 2014 at 7:30am

Join and Union examples of related tables to show different SQL and esProc syntax

Join multiple tables with “join”

The SQL…

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Posted by Jim King on October 15, 2014 at 12:02am

profiles in Oracle DBA

I've one question it is related to Oracle DBA, I've just read about password settings in profiles concept, i'm little bit confusing on PASSWORD_REUSE_MAX and PASSWORD_REUSE_TIME, and I understand something about these two topics. I updating here what i'm understand when I was reading about this, so tell me is it right or wrong.

1) PASSWORD_REUSE_MAX: This setting is used for reusing of old passwords. The functionality of this setting is restricts reusing of old password for…

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Posted by Bhagya Raj Katta on October 10, 2014 at 7:21am

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