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Stéphane Haby

SQL Server 2014 – New Features: xVelocity memory optimized columnstore index

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Some customers or colleagues recently asked me about the SQL Server concept xVelocity and in particular the SQL Server 2014 feature new xVelocity memory optimized columnstore index. So I decided to write a few words on the dbi services blog. What is xVelocity? Introduced in SQL Server 2012, xVelocity is composed of two features:  xVelocity in-memory analytics engine  xVelocity memory-optimized columnstore index xVelocity in-memory analytics engine The xVelocity in-memory analytics engine is an update of…

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Morgan Patou

Developing an archive action for Alfresco Share (2 of 2)

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In my last article, I presented the first part of setting up a new action for Alfresco Share, which is an archive action. I advise you to read the first part if you have not read it yet since it is a prerequisite for the proper functioning of the action: Developping an archive action for Alfresco Share (1 of 2). The purpose of this part is to extend the user interface with the creation of an…

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Morgan Patou

Developing an archive action for Alfresco Share (1 of 2)

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A few weeks ago when I was working on setting up an Alfresco Community Edition v4.2.c, I came across a problem that took me quite some time. What I will talk about today is the customization of the actions provided by the interface of Alfresco Share. This action was tested on all sub-versions of Alfresco Community Edition 4.2 (a, b, c and d). Unfortunately, Alfresco Share does not provide function to archive content. To meet…

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Arnaud Berbier

Oracle WebTier 12c release

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I was surprised to see that Oracle WebTier 12c release has been available from OTN since June 2013. It comes with big changes. I guess that marketing Oracle Database 12c encouraged the outcome of newer versions of Oracle Middleware products such as Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.2, Oracle Coherence 12.1.2, and Oracle WebTier 12.1.2. Oracle WebTier 12.1.2 includes the following features: Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) Oracle WebLogic Web Server Plug-In In this blog posting, will concentrate…

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Nicolas Jardot

OOW 2013: Solving customer issues with the 12c Optimizer (II) – Histogram precision

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This article is the second on a series of 3 about customer issues in Oracle 11g. The goal is to show how the new version of Oracle solves these issues. This blog will focus on a common issue, when Oracle is not able to get a good histogram because some data is missing at the time the job gathers the statistics These 3 real customer cases have been presented during my session “Solving critical customer…

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Arnaud Berbier

Oracle Open World 2013 – Day 1: APEX printing tools (XSL-FO / PL/PDF) & Welcome Keynote

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To start the Oracle OpenWorld on this Sunday morning, the Swiss community organized a brunch. Thanks for inviting me! It was an interesting networking place in a very good hotel on the 25th floor. As I could not wait and wanted to see my first session, I rapidly went to the Moscone center to follow the awaited sessions. Below is my first day sessions’ plan: OAUG, Oracle Governance, Risk and Compliance SIG Meeting (GRC SIG)…

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Nicolas Jardot

OOW 2013 : Solving customer issues with the 12c Optimizer (I) – Adaptive execution plans

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During the last year, I faced many performance issues at customer sites with their applications. To solve the issues, I had to implement some workarounds because in most cases, the application code couldn’t be changed. As Oracle 12c is now available since more than 2 month, I decided to focus on how this new release will help our customers to solve their performance issues. I will present you 3 real customer cases reproduced in lab…

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Arnaud Berbier

Oracle Cloud Application Foundation for next-generation applications

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On 11 July 2013, Oracle launched the so-called Cloud Application Foundation. An online launch event was organized on 31 July 2013 to introduce this new term in the Oracle Stack. This event had two parts: Keynote and Customer & Industry Leader Panel Webcast (60 minutes) Technical Breakout Session featuring Oracle WebLogic, Oracle Coherence, Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Developer tools Webcast (120 minutes) First of all: Cloud Application Foundation is yet another term from Oracle…

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Gérard Wisson

Documentum Administrator does not display the correct “Index Agent” status

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At one of my customers, I experienced a problem with the Documentum Administrator (DA), which did not display the correct Index Agent status. In this blog post, I will explain how I found the source of this problem and of course also how I solved this issue. But first, some background facts: The Documentum Administrator (DA) is displaying “not responding” for the Index Agent, however the Index Agent is running well. No solutions are mentioned…

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Stephane Biehler

Oracle Java EE 7 – an overview

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After announcing the availability of Oracle Java Enterprise Edition 7 (Java EE 7 or JEE7), Oracle organized a web event for the launch, covering topics such as the new features and the java community as well as showing some examples of the new APIs. This blog post summarizes some key points of this event. The show was driven by the following Oracle presenters: Hasan Rizvi, Executive Vice President, Oracle Fusion Middleware and Java, Oracle Cameron…

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