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PSOUG / Oracle Deal Delay Causes Sun Microsystems To Cut 3,000 Jobs
« on: October 21, 2009, 08:35:54 PM »
Oracle Deal Delay Causes Sun Microsystems To Cut 3,000 Jobs

It looks like Sun will be shedding 3,000 jobs, roughly 10% of their workforce, as they continue to lose money while waiting for EC regulators to approve their acquisition by Oracle. Oracle Chief Executive Officer Larry Ellison said Sept. 22 that Sun is losing about $100 million a month as the transaction is delayed by the EU probe.

James Staten, an analyst with Forrester, said, "The longer a cloud of uncertainty hangs over Sun, that drives customers into delays of purchases or into the hands of competitors. This is a very trying time for Sun and Oracle as they wait for an answer."

A spokesman for EU Competition Comissioner Neelie Kroes said today that she "expressed her disappointment that Oracle failed to produce, despite repeated requests, either hard evidence that there were no competition problems or a proposal for a remedy to the competition concerns identified by the commission," and that "a rapid solution lies in Oracle's hands."

PSOUG / Re: one question
« on: October 21, 2009, 06:36:28 AM »
what is the primary key and the foriegn key

In the context of relational databases, a foreign key is a referential constraint between two tables.

The foreign key identifies a column or a set of columns in one(referencing) table that refers to a column or set of columns in another (referenced) table.

The columns in the referencing table must be the primary key or other candidate keyin the referenced table. The values in one row of the referencing columns must occur in a single row in the referenced table. Thus, a row in the referencing table cannot contain values that don't exist in the referenced table (except potentially NULL).

This way references can be made to link information together and it is an essential part of database normalization. Multiple rows in the referencing table may refer to the same row in the referenced table. Most of the time, it reflects the one (master table,or referenced table) to many (child table, or referencing table)relationship.

MySQL Cofounder Says Oracle Should Sell Database To a Neutral 3d Party

Oracle should resolve antitrust concerns over its acquisition of Sun Microsystems by selling open-source database MySQL to a suitable third party, its cofounder and creator Michael 'Monty' Widenius said in a blog post on Monday.

Oracle's $7.4 billion acquisition of Sun is currently being held up by an investigation by the European Commission. The Commission's main concern seems to be MySQL, which was acquired by Sun in January 2008 for $1 billion.

A takeover by the world's leading proprietary database company of the world's leading open source database company compels the regulator to closely examine the effects on the European market, according to remarks made by Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes last month.

The key objective by Widenius is to find a home outside Oracle for MySQL, where the database can be developed and compete with existing products, including Oracle's,according to Florian Mueller, a former MySQL shareholder who isc urrently working with Monty Program AB on this matter.

PSOUG / Mickos Urges EU To Approve Oracle's MySQL Takeover
« on: October 10, 2009, 12:37:52 PM »
Mickos Urges EU To Approve Oracle's MySQL Takeover

Former MySQL CEO Marten Mickos has written to EU Commissioner of Competition Neelie Kroes to urge speedy approval of Oracle's proposed purchase of Sun, including the open-source MySQL database.

The EU has been worried that Oracle's acquisition of Sun could end up hurting competition by dampening or killing MySQL's momentum.

But in his letter, Mickos separates MySQL-the-community from MySQL-the-company, arguing that Oracle's takeover cannot hurt the MySQL community: 'Those two meanings of the term "MySQL" stand in a close, mutually beneficial interaction with each other. But, most importantly, this interaction is voluntary and cannot be directly controlled by the vendor.'

In a follow-up interview with CNET, Mickos indicated that he has no financial interest in the matter, but instead argues he 'couldn't live with the fact that [he's] not taking action,' and is 'motivated now by trying to help the employees still at MySQL and Sun, and by an urge to bring rational discussion to the matter.'

Lumigent to Advocate Continuous Monitoring at Oracle OpenWorld 2009

• Session highlights value of continuously monitoring key business controls and master data for PeopleSoft Enterprise Financial Management solutions — something no transaction monitor can do
• Intended audience includes CFOs, controllers, finance departments, compliance/audit personnel, and business users
• Session date and time: Wednesday, October 14 at 11:45 a.m.

ACTON, Mass. — October 7, 2009 — Lumigent Technologies, Inc., the GRC business apps company, will be speaking at Oracle OpenWorld 2009 to demonstrate how companies running Oracle’s PeopleSoft Enterprise Financial Management can reduce their audit costs by 45 percent, simply by automating and continuously monitoring key controls. Oracle OpenWorld 2009 will be held October 11–15, 2009, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

In "Aligning Internal Controls with PeopleSoft Enterprise Financial Management," Paul Campaniello, vice president, marketing for Lumigent will discuss how an automated monitoring strategy designed to ensure the effective operation of internal controls is essential to any compliance effort. In addition to being linked to risk, monitoring frameworks should be closely associated with the primary business application so that they are understood in a business context.

In this session, attendees will learn how continuous monitoring of key business control settings and master data aligned with Oracle's PeopleSoft Enterprise Financial Management solutions help ensure that proper internal controls are in place and are effective over time. This presentation will be delivered on Wednesday, October 14 at 11:45 a.m. in Moscone West L3, room 3010/3012.

Campaniello’s presentation will draw from Lumigent and customer experience with the company’s AppGRC® product line, especially AppGRC for PeopleSoft Financial Management®, the industry’s first automated GRC control application for Oracle's PeopleSoft Enterprise Financial Management solutions. By replacing manual efforts with automated GRC control systems that continuously monitor the source data and key business controls, Lumigent is driving down the cost of regulatory compliance for organizations using PeopleSoft and other financial applications. At the same time, the AppGRC solutions provide auditors with persuasive evidence of SOX, DCAA and other regulatory or internal compliance.

Paul brings over 20 years of experience with software startup companies to Lumigent, holding several senior marketing and sales positions including VP of marketing at Exchange Solutions, VP of marketing at ComBrio, and director of worldwide marketing at Savantis. Prior to Savantis, he was at Precise Software, where he helped build Precise from a private, venture-backed startup to a public company with $80 million in revenue in just four years, prior to its sale to Veritas for $600 million. Paul holds both a BS and an MBA from Bentley College.

About Lumigent

Lumigent helps CFOs, CIOs, controllers and other business executives reduce the cost of meeting Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) requirements for their primary business applications. Organizations worldwide use Lumigent’s AppGRC® software solutions to automate compliance reporting in some of the most heavily regulated industries, including financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, and government. Lumigent improves operational efficiencies and mitigates business and financial risk by providing complete visibility into application data activity and automating application-aware controls to maintain the integrity of critical business information. For more information, please visit


Lumigent, the Lumigent logo, AppGRC and AppGRC for PeopleSoft Financial Management are trademarks or registered trademarks of Lumigent Technologies, Inc. Other product and company names are property of their respective owners.

Tags: AppGRC, Oracle OpenWorld, risk mitigation, regulatory compliance software, automated compliance, PeopleSoft Enterprise Financial Management, DCAA


Nicole Caruso, press relations for Lumigent
TECHMarket Communications

Elena Annuzzi, analyst relations for Lumigent
TECHMarket Communications

PSOUG / Oracle Fined For Benchmark Claims
« on: September 30, 2009, 10:04:55 PM »
Oracle Fined For Benchmark Claims

Information Week reports that the Transaction Processing Council, which sets benchmarks for measuring database performance, has fined Oracle $10,000 for Oracle's ads published August 27 and September 3 on the front page of the Wall Street Journal which violate the 'fair use' rules that govern TPC members by 'comparing an existing TPC result to something that does not exist.'

The ads said to expect a product announcement on October 14 that would demonstrate that some sort of hybrid Oracle-Sun setup would offer two-digit performance on the TPC-C online transaction processing test compared to IBM's 6 million transaction per minute result on its Power 595 running AIX and DB2. The TPC Council serves as a neutral forum where benchmark results are aired and compared.

'At the time of publication, they didn't have anything' submitted to the council says Michael Majdalany, administrator of the council adding that that Oracle is free to use TPC numbers once it submits an audited result for the Sun-Oracle system.

Fines by the TPC are infrequent, with the last action — a $5,000 fine — levied against Microsoft in 2005 for unsupported claims about SQL Server. 'It takes a fairly serious violation to warrant a member being fined,' says Majdalany."

PSOUG / BI Consulting Group to Host a Two-Day Conference in Twin Cities
« on: September 17, 2009, 07:28:40 AM »
BI Consulting Group to Host a Two-Day Company Conference in Twin Cities

Minneapolis, MN, USA, September 16, 2009 -- BI Consulting Group announced today that they will host their first-ever company conference this week in the Twin Cities Area of Minneapolis and Saint Paul. The conference, titled the BICG Summit, is a two-day event focused continuing education and company engagement. BICG employees and contractors are set to participate in educational sessions on advanced topics specific to Oracle Business Intelligence and Enterprise Performance Management.

Session titles include:

Advanced RPD Development
Oracle BI Management Pack
Essbase & OBIEE Integration
Dimensional Modeling Best Practices
Oracle MapViewer & OBIEE Integration
Performance Tuning an Oracle Database
Installing the Oracle BI Applications version 7.9.6
Oracle Real Time Decisions (RTD)
Oracle Data Integrator (ODI)
The Hyperion Stack

"We firmly believe that our people are our strongest asset and like all assets they need to be invested in to maximize performance," said Katherine Mayer, Director of BICG Operations. "Engagement is a key part of that investment and can really make a difference."

In addition to sessions focused on Oracle technology, BICG will feature an educational session dedicated to the best practice use of its proprietary service offering called BICG IMPACT -tm- , an impact analysis and data lineage tool created for Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition. The session focuses on the use of BICG IMPACT -tm- during the gap fit analysis phase of an Oracle Business Intelligence Applications project.

"We feel that it is extremely important to ensure all of our people are on the same page as it pertains to the standard best practices applied in all of our engagements," said Kevin McGinley, VP of Technology. Mike Jelen, BICG’s VP of Delivery and Strategy continued, "As a premier consulting organization, quality deliverables and consistency are top priorities."

As a reward for all the hard work at the BICG Summit, attendees will be treated to a late summer Minnesota boat cruise through the city.

"It is important for BICG to continually keep our employees engaged on a personal level with one another," said Amy Mayer, President of BI Consulting Group. "Because of the nature of our business, we are often spread across the globe on various projects while collaborating via phone, email, and instant messaging. The BICG Summit is one of the ways we allow for our teams to engage each other on a personal level."

BI Consulting Group (BICG) is Oracle's premier consulting partner focused exclusively on Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) and Business Intelligence (BI). Service offerings include consulting services, support, and education. The experts at BI Consulting Group have successfully completed some of the most complex implementations of Oracle BI in the world. Along the way, BICG has been honored with Oracle's Above and Beyond Award for Business Intelligence and the Oracle Excellence Award for the creation of innovative and standards-based technology solutions. BICG has also been named the #1 consulting firm for customer satisfaction by VendorRate.

Jeremiah Johnson
BI Consulting Group
Minneapolis, MN

PSOUG / Oracle Ends Partnership With HP
« on: September 16, 2009, 05:30:26 PM »
Oracle Ends Partnership With HP

As detailed in a Reuters report, Oracle is terminating their cooperative relationship with HP in light of their anticipated acquisition of Sun.

With Sun servers in house, Oracle apparently feels no need to work with HP anymore. They will 'continue to sell the Exadata computers, built in partnership with HP, until existing inventory is sold out, if customers request that model.'

Oracle is much more enthusiastic about a new version of Exadata, which they developed with Sun.

PSOUG / ORA-29280: invalid directory path
« on: September 12, 2009, 08:04:55 AM »
SQL> exec mail_attach('script.sql')
BEGIN mail_attach('script.sql'); END;
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-29280: invalid directory path
ORA-06512: at "SYS.UTL_FILE", line 33
ORA-06512: at "SYS.UTL_FILE", line 436
ORA-06512: at "VEMS.MAIL_ATTACH", line 27
ORA-06512: at line 1

Possible solutions:

- Be sure that the OS level user has permission to write to a folder
- Try upper case letters for the directory name, i.e. instead of out_dir use OUT_DIR

- The UTL_FILE_DIR parameter has been deprecated. Create a DIRECTORY object and use that.

PSOUG / Oracle To Increase Investment In SPARC and Solaris
« on: September 11, 2009, 10:16:17 PM »
Oracle To Increase Investment In SPARC and Solaris

The IT community has recently questionedwhat Oracle will do with Sun hardware if and when Oracle's acquisition  of Sun closes. And it seems that speculation about the future of SPARC hardware has been common among commenters for years.

Thatsaid, it seems newsworthy that Oracle is going out of their way withsome aggressive marketing directed at IBM to state clearly their plans to put more money than Sun does now into SPARC and Solaris."MySQL is not mentioned in this ad, perhaps because (as Matt Asay speculates) the EU is looking closely into that aspect of the proposed acquisition.

PSOUG / Working with BLOB and CLOB
« on: September 11, 2009, 08:57:56 AM »
Working with BLOB and CLOB

LOB basics
LOB stands for Large OBject, a stream of data stored in a database. Maximum capacity of a LOB is (4 gigabytes-1) bytes.In Oracle three kinds of LOB data type exist:

1) BLOB datatype stores unstructured binary large objects.   BLOB objects can be thought of as bitstreams with no character set semantics.

2) The CLOB datatype stores single-byte and multibyte character data. Both   fixed-width and variable-width character sets are supported, and both use the database character set.

3) The NCLOB datatype stores Unicode data.

dotConnect for Oracle supports all three datatypes.

You can retrieve values of LOB fields using OracleDataReader as well as other types like LONG and LONG RAW. The difference with usage of LOB data type becomes evident when you need to access these fields in DML and PL/SQL statements. For BLOB and CLOB data types only LOB locators (pointers to data) are stored in table columns; actual BLOB and CLOB data is stored in separate tablespace. This is the difference to the way that data of LONG or LONG RAW types is stored in database - tables hold their immediate values.

Another issue you should be aware of is temporary LOBs. This kind of object is not referenced by any table yet. It exists in current transaction only. You have to use temporary LOBs when inserting new data to a table. In dotConnect for Oracle, you can create temporary LOBs using OracleLob constructors. Once you create an OracleLob instance, the corresponding temporary LOB appears on the server and any data you insert into the object is sent immediately to server. An example of using temporary LOBs you will see later in the article.

Working with BLOB data
Binary data is generally represented as stream of bytes, or buffers. dotConnect for Oracle allows manipulating BLOB data in most convenient ways. You can work with OracleLob.Value property or use OracleLob.Read() and OracleLob.Write() methods to transfer data to and from the server. Both ways are presented in the samples below. Note that when OracleLob.LobType property is OracleDbType.Blob the OracleLob.Value is treated as an array of bytes (byte[]), whereas OracleDbType.Clob and OracleDbType.NClob representOracleLob.Value as string.

The next sample routines show how to upload a file from hard disk to server and download it back.To execute these routines you have to create a table that is described as follows:

Code: [Select]


Code: [Select]
static void UploadBlob(OracleConnection myConnection)
  //Open file on disk
  FileStream fs = new FileStream("D:\\Tmp\\test.bmp", FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read);
  BinaryReader r = new BinaryReader(fs);
  //Create temporary BLOB
  OracleLob myLob = new OracleLob(myConnection,OracleDbType.Blob);
  int streamLength = (int)fs.Length;
  //Transfer data to server
  myLob.Write(r.ReadBytes(streamLength), 0, streamLength);
  //Perform INSERT
  OracleCommand myCommand = new OracleCommand(
   "INSERT INTO Pictures (ID, PicName, Picture) VALUES(1,'pict1',:Pictures)", myConnection);
  OracleParameter myParam = myCommand.Parameters.Add("Pictures", OracleDbType.Blob);
  myParam.OracleValue = myLob;
    Console.WriteLine(myCommand.ExecuteNonQuery() + " rows affected.");

static void DownloadBlob(OracleConnection myConnection)
  OracleCommand myCommand = new OracleCommand("SELECT * FROM Pictures", myConnection);
  OracleDataReader myReader = myCommand.ExecuteReader(System.Data.CommandBehavior.Default);
    while (myReader.Read())
//Obtain OracleLob directly from OracleDataReader
OracleLob myLob = myReader.GetOracleLob(myReader.GetOrdinal("Picture"));
if (!myLob.IsNull)
   string FN = myReader.GetString(myReader.GetOrdinal("PicName"));
   //Create file on disk
   FileStream fs = new FileStream("D:\\Tmp\\" + FN + ".bmp", FileMode.Create);
   //Use buffer to transfer data
   byte[] b = new byte[myLob.Length];
   //Read data from database
   //Write data to file
   Console.WriteLine(FN + " downloaded.");

[Visual Basic]

Code: [Select]
Public Sub UploadBlob(ByVal myConnection As OracleConnection)
'Open file on disk
Dim fs As FileStream = New FileStream("D:\Tmp\test.bmp", FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read)
Dim r As BinaryReader = New BinaryReader(fs)
'Create temporary BLOB
Dim myLob As OracleLob = New OracleLob(myConnection, OracleDbType.Blob)
Dim streamLength As Int32 = fs.Length
'Transfer data to server
myLob.Write(r.ReadBytes(streamLength), 0, streamLength)
'Perform INSERT
Dim myCommand As OracleCommand = New OracleCommand(
"INSERT INTO Pictures (ID, PicName, Picture) VALUES(1,'pict1',:Pictures)", myConnection)
Dim myParam As OracleParameter = myCommand.Parameters.Add("Pictures", OracleDbType.Blob)
myParam.OracleValue = myLob
Console.WriteLine(myCommand.ExecuteNonQuery() & " rows affected.")
End Try
End Sub

Public Sub DownloadBlob(ByVal myConnection As OracleConnection)
Dim myCommand As New OracleCommand("SELECT * FROM Pictures", myConnection)
Dim myReader As OracleDataReader = & _
While myReader.Read()
  Dim myLob As OracleLob = myReader.GetOracleLob(myReader.GetOrdinal("Picture"))
  If Not myLob.IsNull Then
   Dim FN As String = myReader.GetString(myReader.GetOrdinal("PicName"))
   Dim fs As FileStream = New FileStream("D:\Tmp\" + FN + ".bmp", FileMode.Create)
   Dim w As BinaryWriter = New BinaryWriter(fs)
   Console.WriteLine(String.Concat(FN, " downloaded."))
  End If
End While
End Try
End Sub

Working with CLOB data
Working with CLOB data generally is same as working with BLOB data. The difference is in representation of Value property. For CLOB and NCLOB data types when you read from OracleLob.Value property, you get strings. The data is transparently decoded so you do not have to take care about its character set. If you need raw data however you can use streaming capabilities of OracleLob, that is OracleLob.Read and OracleLob.Write methods. Note that since OracleLob.Value is a read-only property, you can write data to LOB only with OracleLob.Write method, and no encoding is performed.

For example, consider this table definition.

Code: [Select]
Name VARCHAR2(30),
Value CLOB

If you need to perform simple tasks like fetch record set in most cases you do not needto know about OracleLob. When calling OracleDataReader.GetValue on fetch you get array of bytesfor BLOB column and string for CLOB one. In addition you can use OracleDataReader.GetChars,OracleDataReader.GetBytes to get pieces of LOB value.

For example,


Code: [Select]
OracleCommand oraCommand = new OracleCommand("SELECT * FROM ClobTable", oraConnection);
OracleDataReader reader = oraCommand.ExecuteReader();
while (reader.Read())

[Visual Basic]

Code: [Select]
Dim oraCommand As OracleCommand = new OracleCommand( _
"SELECT * FROM ClobTable", oraConnection)
Dim reader As OracleDataReader = oraCommand.ExecuteReader()
while (reader.Read())
end while

You can do the same thing using OracleLob object directly.


Code: [Select]
OracleCommand oraCommand = new OracleCommand("SELECT * FROM ClobTable", oraConnection);
OracleDataReader reader = oraCommand.ExecuteReader();
OracleLob clob;
while (reader.Read()) {
clob = reader.GetOracleLob(2);

[Visual Basic]

Code: [Select]
Dim oraCommand As OracleCommand = new OracleCommand( _
"SELECT * FROM ClobTable", oraConnection)
Dim reader OracleDataReader = oraCommand.ExecuteReader()
Dim clob As OracleLob
while (reader.Read())
clob = reader.GetOracleLob(2)
end while

As we see first code cut was shorter. So, usually, you need to access OracleLob directly in more complicated cases (e.g using temporary LOBs, advanced streaming operations).

Inserting LOBs on Oracle server 8.0.5 and older
Temporary LOBs are not supported in Oracle servers version 8.0.5 and older,so you have to create and initialize LOB locator for Value parameter.To initialize LOB locator you must use EMPTY_BLOB or EMPTY_CLOB Oracle function.To return initialized locator in the same statement use RETURNING clause.

For example,

Code: [Select]
UPDATE ClobTable
Name = :Name,
Value = EMPTY_CLOB()
Id = :Id

Here is the sample code:


Code: [Select]
string sql = "UPDATE ClobTable SET Name = :Name, Value = EMPTY_CLOB() +
   WHERE Id = :Id RETURNING Value INTO :Value";
OracleCommand oraCommand = new OracleCommand(sql, oraConnection);
oraCommand.Parameters.Add("Id", 1);
oraCommand.Parameters.Add("Name", "First");
OracleParameter param = oraCommand.Parameters.Add("Value", OracleDbType.Clob);
param.Direction = ParameterDirection.Input;
param.Value = "The CLOB test value.";

[Visual Basic]
Code: [Select]
Dim sql As string = "UPDATE ClobTable SET Name = :Name, Value = EMPTY_CLOB() & _
    WHERE Id = :Id RETURNING Value INTO :Value"
Dim oraCommand As OracleCommand = new OracleCommand(sql, oraConnection)
oraCommand.Parameters.Add("Id", 1)
oraCommand.Parameters.Add("Name", "First")
Dim param As OracleParameter = oraCommand.Parameters.Add("Value", OracleDbType.Clob)
param.Direction = ParameterDirection.Input
param.Value = "The CLOB test value."

dotConnect for Oracle writes LOB data to Oracle and then returns initialized Value field in :Value parameter. Stored procedures allow you to automate initialization process of LOB values as follows.

Code: [Select]
PROCEDURE ClobTableUpdate (p_Id NUMBER, p_Name VARCHAR2,
   p_Value OUT CLOB)
UPDATE ClobTable
Name = p_Name,
Value = EMPTY_CLOB()
Id = p_Id

Note that p_Value parameter is declared as OUT. At the same time set Direction property for parameter of Lob data type to ParameterDirection.Input and assign it with required data prior to actual call to stored procedure. Having previous procedure declaration we may execute it as this:


Code: [Select]
OracleCommand oraCommand = new OracleCommand("ClobTableUpdate", oraConnection);
oraCommand.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure;
oraCommand.Parameters["p_Id"].Value = id;
oraCommand.Parameters["p_Name"].Value = name;
oraCommand.Parameters["p_Value"].Direction = ParameterDirection.Input;
oraCommand.Parameters["p_Value"].Value = "The CLOB test value.";

[Visual Basic]

Code: [Select]
Dim oraCommand As OracleCommand = new OracleCommand("ClobTableUpdate", oraConnection)
oraCommand.CommandType = CommandType.StoredProcedure
oraCommand.Parameters("p_Id").Value = id
oraCommand.Parameters("p_Name").Value = name
oraCommand.Parameters("p_Value").Direction = ParameterDirection.Input
oraCommand.Parameters("p_Value").Value = "The CLOB test value."

It is important to use Direction property of OracleParameter in LOB operations.If Direction is ParameterDirection.Input OracleCommand writes data to a server, if Directionis ParameterDirection.Output it reads data.

You can also use OracleDbType.Long and OracleDbType.LongRaw data types with LOB parametersto write ordinary DML statements. In this case Oracle automatically converts LONG andLONG ROW values to CLOB or BLOB data.

PSOUG / Looking to find an Oracle-based job or an Oracle-ready employee?
« on: September 10, 2009, 09:50:10 AM »
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PSOUG / Re: Can any 1 plzz decode this to me plzz
« on: September 10, 2009, 09:18:55 AM »
The file contains obfuscated code that has been repeatedly base64-encoded. You could decode it yourself with a little effort, but we really can't do it for you.

<?php /* WARNING: This file is protected by copyright law. To reverse engineer or decode this file is strictly prohibited. */

plz decode it for me plzzzz its ma humble requst to u all....

PSOUG / Oracle Database 11gR2 has been released
« on: September 06, 2009, 05:56:31 PM »
Oracle Database 11gR2 has been officially released

Download a copy here:

Direct Link: Download:Oracle Database 11g Release 2 on Linux
The latest generation of database innovation is now available to help lower your IT costs, and improve the quality of service you deliver to your users. (More platforms coming soon.)

Also, check out the New Features Guide and the microsite forwhite papers, video, podcasts, and more product info.

PSOUG / Re: The "Contact Us" email area appears to be broken
« on: September 05, 2009, 12:13:17 PM »
Thank you for catching this- it's been fixed.  

When trying to send a question to webmaster, I got the following errors...

: mysql_num_rows(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /home/www/psoug/util/users_online.php on line 54

Warning: mysql_num_rows(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /home/www/psoug/util/users_online.php on line 54

Warning: mysql_num_rows(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /home/www/psoug/util/users_online.php on line 54
It seems there is a problem in the messaging area....

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