Tag: Oracle

How to Create an Oracle SE2 Database and Avoid Licensing Problems

If you recently created an Oracle Standard Edition 2 database, you might not be in compliance with Oracle after all. There are several obscure traps you could fall into during the SE2 database creation process. This post details each step…

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Slow Query in eBS AutoConfig with DB 19c

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We recently completed a few e eBS R12.2 database upgrade installations and noticed an issue with a particular SQL running as part of the AutoConfig.       The query sql_id is 5da8tjzfafw6j and it looks like this (formatted): select…

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CVE-2022-21500 and Your Oracle E-Business Suite


Something  exciting happened a few days ago. It started with a tweet and a blog post, and has evolved into an official CVE-2022-21500. I thought it would be good to publish some details beyond the official MOS note document.  …

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How to Add Data Visualization and Empower EBS Users With Enterprise Command Centers

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In 2018, Oracle announced the release of Oracle Enterprise Command Centers (ECC) for E-Business Suite. This EBS add-on provides users with discovery-oriented dashboards that bring together diverse operational data from across Oracle E-Business Suite.     Oracle Endeca, its predecessor, needed…

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Datascape Episode 56: Oracle Database, Exadata and Cloud Update

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Episode 56 Shownotes Welcome to another episode of the Datascape Podcast. On today’s show, Franky Faust joins us from Brazil to discuss all things Oracle, Exadata, and Cloud. Franky begins by outlining his career, describing how he got his start…

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How to Test and Verify that Oracle RDS Alert Log Monitoring is Working

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One of the standard Oracle DBA tasks is to monitor the alert log for errors. Whether you’re using the integrated AWS Cloudwatch or customized monitoring scripts, you’ll want to test that the monitoring function is working properly.      …

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What is Oracle Data Safe and Why Should You Use It ?

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Data Safe is an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) security service that provides a set of features to protect sensitive and regulated data in Oracle databases, for both Standard and Enterprise Editions, since version     OCI can assess your…

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Moving your Oracle Database to the Cloud? Here’s Why You Should be Thinking Google Cloud

Oracle has long been a top choice for relational databases—but migrating those workloads to the cloud requires a lot more effort than a simple lift and shift. Oracle databases are typically large and complex, so if you’re looking to migrate…

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Automating Scripts Via SSH


Have you ever logged on to a Linux machine, only to be greeted by a prompt requesting you make some choice? It’s probably a script being called from .bash_profile or .profile, and that script doesn’t let you exit until a…

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Installing Forms – File not found $ORACLE_HOME/lib/libvsn12_ee.a.dbl using GUI


After installing Weblogic and Fusion Middleware (FMW), I came across the following error when I tried to install Forms with OUI GUI. Here’s how I fixed it.     The problem   Here’s what using the proper WLS RHEL…

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