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281: Standard system services Oracle script forRedhatLinux
Standard system services Oracle script for Redhat Linux Sender: Wwashington (Jacky), the letter area: NewSoftware Title: Oracle's standard service script for Redhat Linux Station letters: BBS SMTH Station (Sat Oct 16 22:08:19 2004), station ...

282: OracleSQL language
Oracle SQL language database objects including tables, views, indexes, synonyms, clusters, triggers, functions, processes, packages, database links, snapshots, etc. (table space, rollback segment, the role of users). Database operations on tables to...

283: OracleonRedHatLinux
Oracle on Red Hat Linux Home Page of Werner Puschitz Last fiddled: April 10, 2003. 377186 Pageviews since August 2001 Oracle on Red Hat Linux Tuning and Optimizing Red Hat Linux Advanced Server for Oracle9i Database Oracle 9i Installation on R...

284: OracleforLinux8.1.6 some order
Oracle for Linux 8.1.6 a number of commands you have recently installed, custom windows of the GUI, perhaps looking at the mind, so as not to collate some detours 1. Start services Close agtctl start Intellegent Agent, for the search node Close l...

285: 6 ORACLEDeveloper/2000 programming skills
ORACLE Developer/2000 programming techniques 6 ORACLE database management system as a large, strong and improving its data management capabilities to attract more and more attention. I am in the oracle system development, on the following developer...

286: ORACLE7.3.4forSCOUnix installation instructions
ORACLE 7.3.4 for SCO Unix installation instructions ORACLE 7.3.4 for SCO Unix installation instructions (A) System Requirements 1, the hardware requirements: CPU: 586 or more Memory: 64M or more Hard drive: 1000M above Database: 300M or more ...

287: ORACLE7.3.4forOpenServer5 installation
ORACLE 7.3.4 for OpenServer 5 installation 1. The establishment of oracle user, dba group; 2. Adjustment system kernel parameters: #. / idtune SHMMAX 409600000 #. / idtune SEMMNI 15 3. SCO patch file to install oss459A, Reconnect and restart t...

288: oracleN layer authentication
oracle N layer authentication Security can not be built on the basis of anonymous users. Access the database of Web development applications, most developers want to set up a connection pool (number of pre-opened by the middle layer of the databas...

289: Used to achieve OracleSQL file access
Using Oracle SQL to achieve file access Oracle9i are the advantage of one of the most eye-catching, and this is through non-Oracle SQL access to Oracle documents. This A new feature known as the external table (external tables), its system has som...

290: Integration of Oracle10g, Apache2.0, Php5
Integration of Oracle 10g, Apache 2.0, Php 5 Basic introduction July 13, 2004, PHP official site officially released PHP 5. Oracle in August 2004 announced that it would in the Application Server products to provide support for PHP. First, in the ...

291: C # stored procedure using Oracle Notes
C # stored procedure using Oracle Notes C # stored procedure using Oracle Notes   1. Call contains out / in out type of stored procedure parameters Stored procedure: CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE "SITE_EDITSITEDATAEXIST" (id_ number...

292: Oracle9iAS configuration running FORM, Report
Oracle 9iAS configuration running FORM, Report Application server installation to configure the operating system Enterprise Edition installation of Oracle 9iAS ① Oracle 9i Application Server Infrastructure; One: Oracle 9iAS Infrastructure Inst...

293: C #-Oracle database connection methods
C # - Oracle database connection methods using System; using System.Data; using System.Data.OracleClient; class Sample ( public static void Main () ( string myConnString = "user id = zk; data source = zkqx; password =*****"; Oracl...

294: TEMP tablespace ORACLE9I reconstruction
ORACLE 9I rebuild tablespace TEMP 1.startup - start the database 2.create temporary tablespace TEMP2 TEMPFILE / home2/oracle/oradata/sysmon/temp02.dbf SIZE 512M REUSE AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 640K MAXSIZE UNLIMITED; - to create a temporary table space t...

295: PHP5, Oracle, andtheFuture
PHP 5, Oracle, and the Future PHP 5, Oracle, and the Future by Andi Gutmans Get an overview of the some of the new features in PHP 5 and its future by PHP 5s release manager PHP 5 (PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor Version 5) was officially released o...

296: OracleDatabase10g: Flashback version query
Oracle Database 10g: Flashback version query Settings do not need to immediately identify all the changes on the line In Oracle9i Database, we have to see it introduced Flashback Query to form a "time machine." Features allow the DBA to ...

297: OracleDatabase10g: rollback surveillance
Oracle Database 10g: rollback surveillance To provide users with the operation of the rollback of time to accurately assess the We are still in this place? Also how long? Sounds familiar? These problems may be to your favorite children's them...

298: Oracle's in and notin - Performance Practice
Oracle's in and not in - the performance of practice In many software systems, the performance of the system is playing extent the performance of the decision database. Have done before many times on the performance of various tests, especially...

299: [Oracle10g] large table space
[Oracle 10g] large table space Briefly Oracle 10g's storage capacity has been significantly enhanced. This is manifested in many ways, described below 10g new type of table space: large files (Bigfile) table space. Large files from a certain ...

300: For more information ProcessMemory (b)
For more information Process Memory (b) The CGA: The overall situation with the other different, Call Global Area is a transient existence. It is only during the existence of data in the call, the general case in the lowest level of the call when ...


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