Wednesday, March 12, 2008

BPEL, Oracle Internals Blog, Cursor Sharing


I was just researching CDH configuration for a customer and found a nice blog on all things Fusion, Antony Reynolds' blog. he has a good article up at the moment on how to import XML data into BPEL that someone has done the 'wrong' way, i.e. in VARCHAR instead of using Oracle's XML facilities.

New Blog

Kevin Closson's blog mentioned a new blog recently by Jonah Harris. Looks like a goodie. Here's a link to an article on Oracle OCI (which of course isn't really internals), but is worth a read if you want to know about accessing data using OCI.

Cursor Sharing

Jonathan Lewis has a warning to offer about cursor sharing on his blog. Changing your cursor sharing method can indeed be very useful, but it's a pretty elaborate act of data juggling, and sometimes a plate or two might fall down, so it is best to evaluate the options carefully.

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