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  • High availability with Flashback Database

    Flashback Database is a new approach to point-in-time (PIT) database recovery. This incomplete recovery strategy can be used to recover a database that has been logically corrupted due to human error. Introduced in Oracle 10g, it is designed to ...  Continue Reading

  • The relational database dictionary

    This tip highlights three definitions from C.J. Date's new book, "The Relational Database Dictionary": 'primary key,' 'relational model' and 'table.'  Continue Reading

  • Predictive modeling in Oracle

    Oracle professionals are now applying the proven predictive modeling techniques from Oracle data mining (ODM) and we are seeing them use special techniques to analyze database signatures and predict upcoming database stress. This book excerpt has ...  Continue Reading

  • What is the DUAL table costing you?

    The DUAL table is one of the first things we learn as Oracle professionals. It is created by default as a single row table, understood by the optimizer and available to everyone for selection. This article will explore the cost of querying the ...  Continue Reading

  • Oracle RAC design: The effects of component failure

    This excerpt from the book "Oracle 10g Grid & Real Application Clusters" shows expert techniques used by real-world RAC professionals for designing a robust and scalable RAC system. This section provides a quick look at the effects of component ...  Continue Reading

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