On Oracle Open World we had the chance to present our “Oracle ADF Immersion” track thanks to the ADF EMG.
In case you couldn’t attend OOW or missed the session, you’ve got another chance: on january 10, 2013 we will present it as an ODTUG Webinar.
We will show you how you can start with ADF, coming from an Oracle Forms(or non-java) background.
You can register for the webinar here.
If you like to join the ADF EMG, don’t hesitate, it’s a free ADF usergroup!
From time to time you’ll have to represent your data stored in a database in an XML format, eg. to exchange it between systems, to send it to external parties, etc.
In an article on All Things Oracle I give an introduction on how you can generate XML documents:
Another interesting article from my colleague Jan Leers is about Code Instrumentation.
Whenever we execute a procedure, it’s out of our hands. We expect it to do what it was designed to do, but what if it doesn’t?
What if it takes a lot more time then expected?
All kind of questions start to arise:
- Is it almost finished, should I wait just a few more minutes?
- Is it trapped in an infinitive loop? Or are my queries running slow?
- Can I safely kill it? Or did it already commit some changes and should I reverse them?
- Which job should I kill, is this mine?
Want to find out how you can answer these questions? Read his article on All Things Oracle…