May 2008 Blog Posts (15)

hello to all members of oracle community.

Hi Experts,

I joined this community in some month of year 2008. That time i was a student. And this was the year, when i set my aim to be become a DBA.

And now i am happy to tell you all that, I am oracle dba and AIX administrator. Having 1.6 years experience. Oracle DBA is a interesting JOB and i love my job. It keeps me busy always..But thats ok i love it. As AIX administrator also.


Those who wish to become a oracle dba - Keep learning…


Added by bhushan altekar on May 29, 2008 at 5:00am — No Comments

UCM: Inbound Refinery and Zip Renditons bug

I use ZipRenditionsManagement Component to add attachments functionality in content server, it was working fine but someday a customer reported a bug for me that attachments is not working. I don't like this kind of bugs, I searched for a solution to that bug but failed.

While I am tracing, I queried 'Revisions' table and I found the bug, tow document one takes attachment and the other one doesn't take, the difference between them was in the value of the field 'Rendition1' one took… Continue

Added by Hisham Galal on May 28, 2008 at 4:30pm — No Comments

3rd most popular OOW08 session!

On returning from running a training course in Adelaide South Australia I had a chance to go back to yesterday and check out how my proposed OOW08 sessions are going. I received a pleasent surprise finding that my session Back to basics: Simple database web… Continue

Added by Chris Muir on May 25, 2008 at 5:36am — No Comments

Suggest topics

I have added widget (called skribit) on my blog page (on the right) seeking ideas / suggestions for topics that I should write or topics that may interest you. Do let me know if you think you have one. This is also to try out and see how it works.


Added by Siba Prasad on May 22, 2008 at 10:25pm — No Comments

Data pump enhancements in Oracle 11g

I posted a new entry on my blog talking about the new features introduced for data pump utility in 11g new features. Here is the link -

Added by Siba Prasad on May 21, 2008 at 10:34pm — No Comments

BLOB support in SQL*Plus

I have added a new post to my blog. It talks about BLOB support 11g SQL*Plus client. Here is the link to the post -


Added by Siba Prasad on May 21, 2008 at 10:41am — No Comments

11g New Feature: Tablespace Encryption

The Transparent data encryption has got better from a column level to tablespace level. Read about tablespace encryption at my blog -

Added by Siba Prasad on May 14, 2008 at 2:08am — No Comments

Gercek ve Gizli Amaç

Eski İskoçya’da “toprak sahipleri”, İngiliz Kralı’na “en ateşli şekilde karşı çıkarlar” ve köylüleri “sözde özgür İskoçya isteyerek” biraraya getirip, meydanlarda “İngiliz Kralı’nın” ordusunun karşısına çıkarırlardı...

Savaşa bir saat kala “İngiliz Kralı’ndan”, orduyu oraya toplayan üç-beş isme yönelik “Şu toprakları kendilerine verdim” şeklinde mesaj gelir ve “ordular savaş olmadan dağılırdı.” O kalabalığı, “sözde özgür İskoçya” diye oraya toplayanlar, esas amaçlarına ulaşırlar ve… Continue

Added by Gokhan TERCAN on May 14, 2008 at 1:19am — No Comments

Panthera Progress

Hi, as usuall, just a little progress info about Panthera Development.

- We're implementing Schema Explorer - an advanced window to all Oracle


- Editor, ability to run any scripts, any PL/SQL blogs. Integrated DBMS_Output

and very fast data fetching. Ability to see Oracle's LOBs right from the data grid


- Smart DBMS_Output separate window with history.

- In Editor, Implementing various "smart & useful" features such… Continue

Added by Fire-Tiger on May 5, 2008 at 11:00pm — No Comments

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