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Oracle on GitHub

There has been a lot of activity on https://github.com/oracle lately. Apparently a place to keep…

Oracle XFILES now on GitHub

The demonstration environment for Oracle XML DB called XFILES is now on GitHub. As stated…

The info in OTHER_XML of view DBA_HIST_SQL_PLAN

I had some time to spend, killing time, and thought about something that was “on…

Updated (XML) Content Section

“Once per year I try to update the “XML Content” page that, in principle, should…

HOWTO: Create a Structured XMLIndex, using the In-Memory Column Store

In Oracle database version 12.1.0.2, Oracle introduced the Oracle In-Memory Database option. It is possible…

HOWTO: Validate XML content against an XML Schema

Somewhere on this site is a post regarding how to validate against an XML schema…

Download Oracle VirtualBox VM with Database version 12.1.0.2

Somehow missed the announcement that the Oracle Development team refreshed (9/26/2014) the VirtualBox Oracle Database…

How to setup git as a daemon

This is a quick post on using git on a server. I use my Synology NAS as a fileserver, but also as a git repository server. The default git package for Synology enables git usage on the command line, which means via ssh, or via web-DAV. Both require a logon to do anything with the repository. That is not very handy if you want to clone and pull from the repository in an automated way. Of course there are ways around that (basically setting up password-less authentication, probably via certificates), but I wanted simple, read-only access without authentication. If you installed git on a linux or unix server you get the binaries, but no daemon, which means you can only use ssh if you want to use that server for central git repositories.

Oracle Database 12.1.0.2.0 – Turning on the In-Memory Database option

It is indeed that sample as switching a knob to turn it on. To enable it you will have to set a reasonable among of...
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Loading XML documents into an Oracle database (2)

If only I could do the following…(but it seems that it isn’t supported yet)… That is…based on the first “Loading XML documents into an Oracle...
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