Any significant project like an Oracle 11i to R12.x upgrade starts as a daunting task for the project team and particularly the business users assigned to the project. These team members often draw double duty to maintain their existing full time activities while also committing 25-50% of their time to an Oracle upgrade. Attempting to understand their assignments and balancing their tasks can feel like an uphill marathon and generally leads to the common question “How much testing do we need to do on this project?”
Blog | Nov 11, 2014
Let’s start with the traditional approach and see how and why it fails to recover the corrupt block, and then we will find our way out.
Blog | Nov 7, 2014
What do you do if some rows from a table in production get deleted. How to get them back?
Blog | Oct 31, 2014
Did you know that the “Vacation Rule” functionality in Oracle is simply a method for automatically forwarding requests for approval from one recipient to another? Similar to setting up an “out of office” email response, Oracle will forward requests for workflow approvals to another recipient as designated in the Vacation Rule.
Blog | Sep 22, 2014
Oracle Access Manager (OAM) is a web access management system that provides a single, secure point of entry where a user’s identity can be verified and access to the enterprise resources can be managed. As a comprehensive identity management and access control system, it has simplified user access across different applications.
Blog | Sep 2, 2014
For most of our clients, the default six month rule works perfectly well as their business transactions fall within the six month window and they don’t have any problems.
Blog | Jun 18, 2014
In this blog we’ll discuss all of the considerations as well as detail the steps to perform the planned switchover between an Oracle 11g R2 Primary & the standby databases.
Blog | May 22, 2014
The issue we’ll discuss is related to one of the SQL Queries in a time sensitive ETL process taking hours to complete as compared to previous days with runtimes measured in minutes.
Blog | May 20, 2014
The inception of unified drivers was a valuable addition to an E-Business Suite patching technology. It provided some relief for the apps DBA community or any Oracle EBS managed services practice as patching was not only easier but comparatively less time consuming with unified drivers.
Blog | Apr 16, 2014
The first thing we think of when we hear of Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) is a web-based graphical interface (GUI), but a GUI is not the only way an OEM can be accessed.