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Start to Version your PL/SQL Application with Git- Many times I participated in different Oracle database development teams there was no clear concept of how the source code should be versioned. There were many dubious practices, e.g. sharing code on file systems level, via e-mail or even directly developing and compiling in the database. These worse practices has persuaded me to establish some … Start to Version your PL/SQL Application with Git weiterlesen
My Absolute Must to Have Git Shortcuts- Almost every developer who once started to use Git as a version control system knows how efficient you can be in the console with this tool. With very short commands one is able to check-in and check-out code faster than you think. All needed steps to interact with your code repository can be executed on command line. … My Absolute Must to Have Git Shortcuts weiterlesen
Conference: DOAG Forms Day 2018 21 in Berlin- I may proudly announce that I am a speaker at the DOAG Forms Day 2018 conference in Berlin. Since, some of my listeners at the DOAG 2017 found my presentation interesting I may present the topics a second time. This time I am going to put more focus on the approaches developing Forms more agile. I … Conference: DOAG Forms Day 2018 21 in Berlin weiterlesen
Boost your Forms Development with GIT and Forms API Master (DOAG 2017)- I prepared these post as an additional bonbon for the attendees of my presentation at the DOAG 2017 in Nuremburg. Hope this will help you to get things work at your environments and development efforts. Well, some introducing words first. *.FMBs != Agile Development Modern development methodologies and technics demands some kind of agile approach. Times … Boost your Forms Development with GIT and Forms API Master (DOAG 2017) weiterlesen
Conference: DOAG 2017 21 – 24 in Nuremberg- I may proudly announce that I am a speaker at the DOAG 2017 conference. The topic about which I am going to talk is how you are able to Boost up your Forms Development using a nice tool set. I am going to present how you are able to overcome the suffering of binary *.fmb files in an agile … Conference: DOAG 2017 21 – 24 in Nuremberg weiterlesen
SQL Developer Connection to Local Database- In this tutorial I am going to  show you how you can create a connection to a local Oracle database with the SQL Developer. The SQL Developer is a very powerful and free integrated development environment (IDE) for developing and managing source code in an Oracle database (Oracle Cooperation n.d.). Even I am used to eclipse and prefer this IDE in any other … SQL Developer Connection to Local Database weiterlesen
Creating Let­ters Ac­cord­ing to DIN with Latex- I have been using Latex for several years as a substitute for Microsoft Word or Libre-Office. As everyone may know, we have to write infinite letters to different – external or internal – addressees. There was a moment in the past when I was fed up with the whole ‚writing a letter‘-process. Why? Because starting Word, formatting all the different parts of … Creating Let­ters Ac­cord­ing to DIN with Latex weiterlesen
The Power of Exception Handling- In this tutorial I would like to discuss the possibilities of exception handling in PL/SQL code. In my point of view many developers do not use the exception handling appropriately and overlook the importance of it. This leads to bad code and weakness in programming design. Before I start to illustrate some of my examples … The Power of Exception Handling weiterlesen
Install Oracle 11gR2 Express Edition on Ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit)- Since I want to give as many as possible examples in my blog I needed to install a Oracle database on my Ubuntu 14.04 operating system first. This seems to be a very good starting point for one of my first posts. Although Linux users are used to very handy install processes by just typing … Install Oracle 11gR2 Express Edition on Ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit) weiterlesen