I have installed SQL Developer (with JDK) on Windows many times before, and almost all the time I receive the system error bellow when trying to execute it by the first time. Due to this, I decided to publish the Continue reading How to Solve: SQL Developer can’t start because MSVCR71.dll is missing (On Windows)
Do you want to have a sneak peek of my book “Oracle 12c Backup and Recovery Survival Guide” I wrote with my good friend Aman Sharma? If yes, you can download the chapter 1 of the book as a demo Continue reading Have a sneak peek of my book
It was a long journey of hard work and team work that now has finished, as a result you will find my book Oracle Database 12c Backup and Recovery Survival Guide that I wrote with the help of my good Continue reading My book: Oracle Database 12c Backup and Recovery Survival Guide
The main question about the DBA job I hear all the time is: How can I became a successful DBA? Most of the people that I talk to who have difficulties starting out in their DBA career really have an Continue reading Once again, How to Improve your Oracle Career
In the past few weeks I have received many questions regarding user managed backups, and due to this, I decided to write a little regarding this topic. User managed backups are basically all backups you can make without the use Continue reading Back to Basics – USER MANAGED BACKUPs part 1
Hi All, NZOUG (New Zealand Oracle Users Group) and LAOUC (Latin American Oracle Users Communty) is organizing a serie of webinars to Oracle Community (over 42 Webinars) with the participation of several Oracle Celebrities, and is my desire to share the first 8 webinars Continue reading NZOUG and LAOUC June and July Webinars (Recording)
A lot of people don’t know several powerful functionalities that we have available when using Data Pump (expdp/impdp), most of the people only use these tools to export and import data (in other words, only to move data), and never Continue reading Tip of the Month: How to have super powers using Data Pump!
I want to start this New Year creating a new session on my blog called “DBA Tip of the month” where I will try to post every month an important tip to help all fellows DBAs to improve their careers. Continue reading DBA Tip of the Month: Jan/2010
DB_ULTRA_SAFE is a new parameter introduced with Oracle 11gR1, and a fantastic new GEM for High Availability, that using Data Guard to configure on both the primary and standby will trigger the most comprehensive data corruption prevention and detection (and Continue reading DB_ULTRA_SAFE a new GEM for High Availability
Let start this New Year with a new mentality or a new resolution if you prefer call this way, let stop being reactive and start being proactive. Being proactive will reduce your database administration costs and increase your level of Continue reading Be a hero, be proactive!