Mark your calendar for Tuesday, September 10th when we’ll be giving a live demo of the DevOps workflow with Delphix and Red Gate Schema Compare for Oracle. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session with James Murtagh. Register here!
Business is caught in a conundrum of tightening budgets which means less systems and resources for developers which means fewer, slower, buggier applications for the business. The business depends on the applications and access to data.
How do you manage development when development depends on underlying databases? Database have no data control like source control for code. For code it’s easy to have a trunk with branches, merges with tools like SVN and GIT but when the code depends on the underlying database state how do you manage it?
In case you’re not following me on Twitter (@jloracle) where alerts from WordPress are posted automatically, I’ve just published the first of a short series on histograms on AllThingOracle. Part 2 is scheduled to come out around 16th Sept.
Sometimes even Oracle itself just can’t cope with the 30 character limit
This from a M000 trace file
*** 2013-08-29 15:27:46.316
*** SESSION ID:(1020.7527) 2013-08-29 15:27:46.316
*** CLIENT ID:() 2013-08-29 15:27:46.316
*** SERVICE NAME:(SYS$BACKGROUND) 2013-08-29 15:27:46.316
*** MODULE NAME:(MMON_SLAVE) 2013-08-29 15:27:46.316
*** ACTION NAME:(Remote-Flush Slave Action) 2013-08-29 15:27:46.316
*** KEWROCISTMTEXEC – encountered error: (ORA-12899: value too large for column "SYS"."WRH$_SEG_STAT_OBJ"."OBJECT_NAME" (actual: 31, maximum: 30)
*** KEWRAFM1: Error=13509 encountered by kewrfteh