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a COMPUTER software package which enables data to be created and stored, to be retrieved and analysed later. Databases can, for example, store names and addresses of potential or past customers which can be used to produce mailing lists for SALES PROMOTIONS.
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Starting at the DB System Details screen in OCI for the database you have provisioned, click on Databases under the Resources header in the left pane.
Oracle on Tuesday releases new upgrade for its TimesTen In-Memory and the database caching option for Oracle Database 11g design for middle-tier deployment.
In the design process of standby databases creation we were concerned to automate this process at the most and simplify it by using PL/SQL commands, whereby for some operations were applied shell scripts, in which operating system Linux single commands in combination with PL/SQL commands were executed.
This system helped the library develop an easy workflow and also helped patrons search and browse geographical information including geospatial data, maps, and aerial photographs from one interface without searching different databases. The system has also allowed our library to scan copyrighted maps in addition to those in the public domain.
If you're like most CPAs, you're more proficient with an Excel spreadsheet than a database. So when you're faced with the challenge of analyzing database information, you probably reluctantly bite the bullet and go through the tortuous steps of converting and importing it into Excel.
As nearly anyone associated with a college or university knows, databases abound in an academic environment.
These three newly updated online databases offer full-text access to information on their subjects.
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* Clone databases to support testing and rollout of new products
Pendragon Software, Libertyville, Ill., a leading provider of database software for handheld devices, has launched a new, multi-platform version of Pendragon Forms Enterprise Edition.
--Bi-Directional Data Movement--GoldenGate supportsmaster-master configurations; capturing, delivering andapplying data across multiple active databases.