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Gérard Wisson

Connecting to the WebLogic Node Manager using WLST in a Production domain

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In a WebLogic server domain set as a Production domain, when we try to connect to the Node Manager with WLST we get the following error: Cannot connect to Node Manager. : Access to domain ‘testcluster’ for user ‘weblogic’ denied This blog gives the solution to solve the issue. First of all, we observe that the Node Manager is working fine because it is accessible with the WLS admin console and the managed servers can…

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Open source Team

PostgreSQL: une présentation

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En 2012, les principaux systèmes de gestion de bases de données relationnelles (SGBDR) sur le marché sont propriétaires. Nous parlons régulièrement d’Oracle Database, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server. En dehors de ces solutions commerciales, il existe un SGDBR open-source largement utilisé: il s’agit de PostgreSQL et il est l’objet de cet article.

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Microsoft Team

SQL Server: Attunity connectors for data transfer to Oracle

By | Application integration & Middleware | 4 Comments

Recently, at a customer site, I discovered the Attunity connector 1.1 for Oracle. The customer uses this connector to transfer data from Oracle to SQL Server using Integration Services (SSIS) and informed me that performances are greatly improved. So I decided to post a blog about this connector and perform a benchmark between Attunity connector and Microsoft OLE DB provider for Oracle.

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Arnaud Berbier

Upgrading your Oracle Internet Application Server license

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With the appearance of WebLogic Server as Oracle application server and the emergence of the Oracle Fusion Middleware suite, some may wonder what will be the support of their Oracle Internet Application server license, e. g. Oracle Forms and Reports services, Business Intelligence Edition, etc. As a consultant, I am often dealing with these kinds of problems and aiming to improve license benefits. In this post, I want to focus on Oracle Internet Application server licenses.

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David Hueber

Using IOzone for Linux disk performance analysis

By | Operation systems | 7 Comments

Who never had to measure the disk performances on a system?

Speaking about Linux performance monitoring includes a significant part on disk performances. If you are facing applications or databases running slower than expected or than on other environments, you may take a look on the I/O performances.
This blog aims to provide to introduction to a pretty interesting tool, iozone…

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