Thursday, February 28, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram, 28-FEB-2013


From the Alexey Ragozin blog: Remote code execution in Java made trivial.



From the ORACLE DIAGNOSTICIAN: Efficiency-based SQL tuning.

At Kevin Closson's Blog: Platforms, Databases and Storage Platform, Database and Storage Topics Blog: Using Linux Perf(1) To Analyze Database Processes – Part I.

Several bloggers and residents of the tweetosphere noted this posting by Carlos Sierra at Oracle SQL Tuning Tools and Tips: About TKPROF, Trace Analyzer and Method-R Profiler.



Kyle's Blog on WebCenter Content fills us in on: Conversions in WebCenter Content.


Oracle's Identity Management blog is letting everyone know about an interesting conference coming later this year for those in the healthcare industry: See you at HIMSS 2013?

Also from Identity Management comes this posting on User Management for Databases (UM4DB).


Data Mining

Stepping right in to the middle of a series over at Brendan Tierney - Oracle & Data Mining Blog, here is a link to Clustering in Oracle Data Miner–Part 3. We leave it as an exercise to the reader to track back to part 1.


And over at CONFESSIONS OF A SOFTWARE DEVELOPER, BPM: how to time out synchronous calls to external services?


At Ora-600, a detective tale of recovering from an error. I would add one caveat: When in doubt, take it to Support. If you open an SR and follow the process you know you are going to stay in the warm and fuzzy realm of being supported. But it's an impressive read: Recover from unusable dictionary indexes in 10g using 11g.


Good note links to keep in a little box on the wall that says 'in case of debacle, break glass'. Database downgrade - MOS useful notes, from Jaffar's Oracle blog.

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