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Blog | Aug 24, 2015

Reporting Currency Setup and Usage in R12

Posted by Ajay Bajpai


This blog will help readers understand the concept of reporting currency in an Oracle application. It will help both the end user as well as the implementation consultant of an Oracle Financials to fulfil the business reporting requirement across the globe of an organization dealing in multiple currencies.  
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Blog | Jul 21, 2015

Oracle 12c for Pro Newbies Plug and Play (Part 3): DMU

Posted by Ankur Raina


In the third part of the Oracle 12c for Pro Newbies Plug and Play (Part 3), we will learn about Database Migration Assistant for Unicode (DMU). So, let's get started!

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Blog | Jun 18, 2015

Oracle 12c for Pro Newbies : The Installation

Posted by Ankur Raina


Before you proceed with the installation of Oracle 12c on Linux, you should first try to fulfill all the prerequisites that the software demands from you.

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Blog | Jun 18, 2015

Oracle 12c for Pro Newbies: Pluggable Database Architecture

Posted by Ankur Raina

With Oracle 12c, you can plug your database into one server, then unplug it and move it to another server without any major trouble just like you would do with a USB drive.

 

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Blog | Jun 9, 2015

Oracle Tip #1 - Tracking Project Budgets

Posted by Srini Nakka


Over the summer, TriCore Solutions will be posting tips about Oracle. Read on to learn a tip about tracking project budgets from TriCore's Senior Practice Manager, Srini Nakka.

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Blog | Jun 3, 2015

Oracle 12c for Pro Newbies: Plug and Play (Part 2)

Posted by Ankur Raina

What if my organization already has a non-CDB 11g database and now it wants to unleash the potential of 12c pluggable databases?

In such a scenario we will not create a database however, instead upgrade the existing one. So, let’s get started with that.

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Blog | May 18, 2015

Including Calibrate IO From Oracle as Part of Your Performance Toolkit

Posted by Joseph O'Neill

Calibrate IO from Oracle is a simple, easy to use tool and is available as part of the database Resource Manager. You will want to initially test this database feature ‘unofficially’ so that you are comfortable setting the required parameters before you actually run your baseline.

 

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Blog | May 12, 2015

TriCore Tip: Enabling a Checkbox to Print in an XML Report

Posted by Abhishek Gusain

Many Oracle developers have been surprised at times when things which appear simple are much more time consuming than envisioned. An example of this is using BI Publisher to display checkbox in an XML Report. While this task is not very complicated, there are several steps required to enable this simple feature on your XML Reports. This blog will detail the steps involved in achieving the requirement.

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Blog | Mar 26, 2015

Oracle 12c for Pro Newbies: Plug and Play (Part 1)

Posted by Ankur Raina


(In continuation to Oracle 12c for Pro Newbies: Pluggable Database Architecture)    


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Blog | Dec 1, 2014

A Limited Entropy Pool Can Have an Impact at the OS Level When Using Some Oracle Products

Posted by Harry Morris


Did you realize that a limited entropy pool can have an impact at the OS Level when using some Oracle Products?

 

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