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PDFAttend this session to learn about the new features being introduced in Oracle Service Bus 11g. It highlights the new features and shows real-world scenarios through hands-on demonstrations. Sprinkled throughout the session are tips and tricks you can app

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

The presentation is being given by Craig Coleman, Messier Dowty (End User) & Alison Bonsall, Oracle Consulting "Messier Dowty is the world leader in the design, development, manufacture and support of aircraft landing gear systems. They run their Global Spares Management System on Oracle E-business suite, supporting users in UK, France, Canada, US, Singapore, Canada, Dubai, China & Mexico on a single, high availability RAC instance based at their main UK site in Gloucester. Modules include the core Financials & Supply Chain applications as well as Order Management, Warehouse Management and Mobile Supply Chain. This presentation describes their recent experiences in upgrading this business critical system from 11i to Release 12: the highs, the lows and the pitfalls to watch out for!"

PPTBest practices for Performance of Oracle Database on Windows

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Microsoft Windows is one of the most popular platforms for Oracle database servers. This session will drill down into the architecture of Oracle Database on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows and will provide best practices and tips and tricks for tuning for performance.

PPTBind Variable Peeking

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

-Real Life Experiences of the Pain and Solutions All too often we hear the cry that a query is performing badly, even though it worked fine yesterday and the data has not changed. Indeed on investigating we can see that table statistic have not changed yet the query plan has changed; so what is Oracle doing. The answer more often than not is down to bind variable peeking. This presentation is based on practical experience of bind variable peeking issue in a commercial environment. We will look at several common root causes of these issues and examine the solution of these, both the immediate resolution against tight SLA’s and the longer term enhancements to prevent reoccurrence. Topics covered range from gathering appropriate statistics and the impact of histograms to the use of Oracle tuning pack to pin a query. We will then go on to examine the differences in behaviour of histograms between 10.2.0.3 and 10.2.0.4 and the enhancements in 11g with adaptive cursor sharing.

PPTCan I make XML go faster?

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Oracle has been a leader in adding XML and XML processing to the database. In many cases XML performance is not what is desired. This session will discuss factors impacting XML performance in general, Oracle XML performance, and performance improvement. Topics include: XML format issues, choosing the correct XMLType, SecureFile/BasicFile, XML indexing, XML document design, and Insert/Update/Delete issues. Results from actual testing will help understand how XML processing can and should be improved. Several specific ways to improve XML performance and XML database performance.

PPTCan your Service Bus do this? Oracle Service Bus 11g deep dive

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Attend this session to learn about the new features being introduced in Oracle Service Bus 11g. It highlights the new features and shows real-world scenarios through hands-on demonstrations. Sprinkled throughout the session are tips and tricks you can apply to your own Oracle Service Bus efforts. Oracle Service Bus is a recognized leader in the enterprise service bus market, with major enterprise customers using it to process millions of transactions and deploy thousands of services.

PPTCustomer Centric - the vanilla solution

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

This joint presentation is with Newport County Council who are long time Oracle CRM customers and had used the LG45 localisation to meet their requirements. R12 promised much as the enhanced functionality meant that an improved customer service could be delivered from a vanilla implementation. Newport was the first local government in UK to move to R12. Not afraid of being early adopters but well aware of the challenges they pushed ahead and implemented the change program. This presentation will look at the business drivers, how it was approached, the project team make up and what they learnt during the process and the improvements they were able to deliver. It will also look at what they are planning next such as GIS integration, complaints, booking facilities and Customer Data Management. So if you are considering R12, whether you are public sector or not, come along and see how a successful project was planned and executed.

PDFDetecting and repairing data block corruptions

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Data block corruptions are rare but can potentially cause severe data loss and down time. Oracle database has several facilities for detecting and repairing data block corruptions. This presentation explains the different types of corruptions and discusses strategies for safeguarding databases against data block corruptions. Also the new 11g lost write detection feature is studied and demonstrated.

PDFEmbedded Oracle: the Real Self-Managing Database

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

How do you manage a database without the normal toolset? No access to Enterprise Manager or Grid Control. No mail system access for delivering alerts. No one permitted to connect to the system 'just to check' on space usage or system performance. How do you ensure consistent performance and scalability with minimal maintenance? When the database instance must keep running, the server is in an inaccessible location and the end customer is not permitted to access the database directly, creating an environment that ensures stability is crucial. You must understand both your application and data set to make smart choices about the right mixture of Oracle management tools, automation and control. This session will focus on methods to build stable embedded environments, offering all database administrators a view into the techniques to make any database more stable with less day to day management.

PDFIntro to ODI

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Introduction to Oracle Data Integrator. This session gives a high level introduction to the current version of ODI. Hetrogeneous data integration using E-LT technology. Move data between databases and applications using ODI 's uniquely productive user interface for BI DW. and SOW projects.

PPTIntroducing Database Modelling and Design with Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeller

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler supports logical and physical data modeling for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and IBM DB2. This addition to the Oracle SQL Developer family of tools provides forward and reverse engineering of database structures for all who work with graphical data models. In this session, see how to create a logical entity relationship diagram, with a choice of Barker or Bachman notations, and forward engineer the design to one or more relational schema diagrams. The session reviews various diagramming options and the set of Design Rules provided to help ensure your models comply with a set of standards. You hear about the implementation specific physical models and review the DDL generated for the models designed.

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