I am facing a typical issue when trying to convert 32 bit .net application to 64 bit with upgrading oracle database from 32 to 64 bit in a 64 bit OS.When running the application it is showing me "Oracle.DataAccess.dll" compatability error. any of you friends can help me please?
Added by Rajib Bhowmik on July 29, 2009 at 5:41am —
Our client's Transmission Billing area implemented Lodestar Billing Expert v 4.53 to replace two legacy systems and improve data quality. This position will provide technical support of the Billing Expert installation and the incoming interfaces. The technical support team is responsible for troubleshooting and resolving production issues, answering user questions, and developing fixes/enhancements as requested by the users. This position has the potential to be a long-term role with… Continue
Added by Amanda Harrison on July 28, 2009 at 12:24pm —
1 .how to use varry...can anyone help me out with good example .for right usage of varray...davance thanks.
2. how to use the index in a sql query so that your query has to optimised ....
3.can anyone explain with examples how to use the bulkbind and bulk collect exceptions
Added by sweetsarao on July 25, 2009 at 4:11am —
This is Jashan Joshi from Capgemini Recruitment Team.
We are currently looking for Oracle professionals having strong experience with Oracle Designer
& Oracle 10g
to work with us @ Bangalore.
You should also have strong knowledge on Oracle Forms & Reports.
Experience: 5+ years
Remuneration: Best in the industry.
If you find this opportunity of your interest please send… Continue
Added by Jashan Joshi on July 20, 2009 at 12:25am —
I was doing some testing tonight, and discovered something curious on Oracle 220.127.116.11.0. Basically, if you add a CLOB column through an alter statement, drop the table, recreate the table, and try to alter the table again to add the CLOB column it's still there. It is like the table was never dropped, but DBMS_METADATA.GET_DDL and the DBA_LOB and DBA_SEGMENT views don't find it before you try to re-add the column. When you re-create it, you get an ORA-01430. After the error is thrown,… Continue
Added by Michael McLaughlin on July 16, 2009 at 11:57pm —
It is a difficult question and would need few months of study.
I have created a CRM Siebel architecture group to share on the upgrade to Siebel 8.1
As well, I would like to provide some highlights on the best pratices to the Oracle community.
I have put in place a small team looking at the various parts.
- Siebel upgrade
- Database target architecture
Added by Xavier Callens on July 14, 2009 at 2:41am —
Oracle General Ledger (GL) was the first Oracle Applications module launched more than 20 years ago. Release 12 has introduced "ground breaking" changes to the structure of this product that needs discussion and advertisement - not in the marketing sort of a way, but in a way that educates users about GL. Now, more than ever, GL users need a forum for free exchange of GL related information. Organizations upgrading or implementing GL have a host of unanswered questions. White papers and… Continue
Added by OCP Advisor on July 12, 2009 at 8:51pm —
Ever since the announcement came out, customers have been really vocal. Has your voice been heard? Leave a comment here
. OTN has a thread
going. Or, just VOTE
Chris Warticki is… Continue
Added by Chris Warticki on July 10, 2009 at 6:57am —
I am working as an ERP consutant and have plans to learn other technology parallely. Can anyone please suggest what all things are there in oracle apps and how to start. My current profile is ' ERP administrator'. I have 6 yrs of experience. And how is scope of Oracle apps in North india.
Added by Harish on July 6, 2009 at 11:00am —
Full article is avilable at my blog
Here you will get the details of column values getting updated at different stages and table joins information. >CLICK HERE
1. Order Entry
This is first stage, When the order is entered in the system, it creates a record in order headers and Order Lines table.
* Enter… Continue
Added by Devendra Gulve on July 3, 2009 at 6:42am —