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Happy Diwali to all

Dear All, I wish you all a very happy, safe, cracking, sparkling and colourful Diwali.  Have a great year ahead !!!           Indian cricket has already gifted the Diwali gift with cracking clean sweep over England 🙂       Advertisements

Protect your database with VPD

Hi All, Database security is an important aspect of database management and administration. Several database security solutions have been designed to prevent database from corruption, hacking threats, and unauthorized data access.  Fine Grained Access Control (FGAC) is one of the security approaches which allow the logical and virtual partition of a database. In a multi … Continue reading

Result Caching feature in Oracle 11g

Caching has always been the pick of the programmers world. These days applications formulate and maintain different strategy for Cache Manager. Database presents an efficient cache manager which is capable of caching the SQL query results, PL/SQL functions results and client OCI result cache. In earlier versions of Oracle, caching mechanism was limited up to … Continue reading

Enable code optimization technique using PLSQL_OPTIMIZE_LEVEL

Attribution: This article is a complimentary excerpt from Oracle Advanced PL/SQL Developer Professional Guide Oracle initialization parameter PLSQL_OPTIMIZE_LEVEL The parameter was introduced in Oracle 10g to decide the level of optimization applicable for a program unit during compilation. The optimization during compilation means the removal of dead code, code movements to optimize iterative constructs, inline … Continue reading

My RMOUG abstract (Inheritance in Oracle)

  Inheritance in Oracle: Exploring the Descendents “The Abstract Object model of database is an under implemented and commercially unexplored flavor of database. In the late 1980s, relational model of Oracle faced several deficiencies, which forced the evolution of Object model. Undoubtedly, relational model did all well for flat data storage, maintenance of integral data, … Continue reading

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Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Developer’s Guide – Second Edition

Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Developer's Guide - Second Edition

Oracle Advanced PL/SQL Developer Professional Guide

Oracle Advanced PL/SQL Developer Professional Guide


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