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Hi Jason, Hope you're doing fine please go thourgh the below requirement for a contract oppurtunity.. If interested please reply with your updated resume and contact details please.. Email ID : firstname.lastname@example.org Position : Oracle Apex developer Position OPEN until 10th of Feb 2011 Location: NEW YORK, NY Duration: 6 months Rate : Mention least workable rates please Skills Set : • Oracle Application Express development – Minimum 3 years • Experience in converting MS Access application to Oracle Application Express/Oracle Database – Minimum 3 years • Strong PL/SQL working knowledge - Minimum 5 years • Oracle BI Publisher - Minimum 2 Years • Knowledge of Java Script • Exposure to HTML development • Relational Database schema design – Minimum 4 Years • Manipulation of MS Access and MS Excel • Report development using Oracle Discoverer • Development of reports using SAS statistical software Warm Regards, Dinesh Chegoni Innosense Solutions Inc Direct : 773-741-6400 Email : email@example.com Web : www.innosensesolutions.com Yahoo IM : dinesh.recruiter
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Would anyone be interested in a solution & framework that can create Reports generated as Text or HTML output using PL/SQL as the only programming language?
This would be useful for those developers that have skills in PL/SQL and would like to leverage the use of basic & advanced SQL & PL/SQL to create Database Stored Reports and call them within any preferred front-end or back-end technology.
In case those who are familiar with RPT/RPF (Oracle's first…
Say i have 2 servers named server01 and server02. server01 is my database server and server02 for a backup server. Now how can I make a connection to save all data server01 to server02(only database data) Note: both servers are connected to a LAN network.