Thursday, August 1, 2013

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The ORACLE-BASE Blog brings us: Upgrading to Oracle Database 12c : First Steps…

Jonathan Lewis is investigating many and sundry things 12c at his Oracle Scratchpad blog. One such posting: 12c histograms .

SQL Developer

Preserving Line Breaks in Oracle SQL Developer 4, from the That Jeff Smith blog.


A couple of good recent items from Pete Finnigan's Oracle security weblog:



A small paper on Performance vs. Scalability by Alex Podelko, recommended by Cary Milsap, performance uber-guru, in his Tweet stream.

Oracle Support

Have you looked at Chris Warticki's #Oracle News, Info and Support page lately? You really should. Good stuff.



Qust a quick hint here from Dimitri Geilis' Blog, but a handy one: APEX Mobile - iPhone 5 Web App in Fullscreen .


At Grant Ronald's Blog: ADF Architecture TV - Developer PC.


VPD Options

Data Integration

At Oracle’s Data Integration blog: ODI - Creating a Repository in a 12c Pluggable Database.

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