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I'm an Oracle Database Specialist at DataJini, an Oracle consultancy that specialises in building solutions using MDD techniques.


Nov
20
reviewed Looks OK Get a teams Rank based their xp
Nov
20
reviewed No Action Needed Within a RHEL 6.3 + High Reliability Add-on, how do I add DB2 (v9.7) into a service group to have the service controlled by the cluster?
Nov
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I get the correct offset between UTC and local times for a date that is before or after DST?
Nov
19
reviewed Looks OK how to open 'sql*plus' in the oracle terminal
Nov
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to add column to big table in MySQL
Nov
19
reviewed No Action Needed TSQL Why is Top faster with a variable?
Nov
19
reviewed No Action Needed CONCAT() between different alphabet echoes out '&' ampersand
Nov
19
comment Setting up a centrally based server repository (database)
Great! Can you edit your question to include this information? Then delete the comment.
Nov
19
reviewed Looks OK Does remove document automatically remove the index that reference this document?
Nov
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Improve MySQL Query Performance - Too many columns
Nov
19
reviewed Reviewed Improve MySQL Query Performance - Too many columns
Nov
19
reviewed Reviewed Setting up a centrally based server repository (database)
Nov
19
comment Setting up a centrally based server repository (database)
This is very vague. What will this database be used for? Just information, or will the "database" also need to "do things"? How do you envisage "the database" being accessed?
Nov
19
revised Setting up a centrally based server repository (database)
edited tags
Nov
19
reviewed Reviewed Database status unknown error when will it occurs and reasons?
Nov
19
reviewed Reviewed ORDER BY using custom priorities for text columns
Nov
19
comment ORDER BY using custom priorities for text columns
Note that a) the brackets are optional: a case expression (as this is called) is valid anywhere a column can be specified; and b) the expression can be slightly simplified to case `cat` when 'mgr' then 1 when 'dev' then 2 else 3 end
Nov
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on I need help understanding Postgres's archive cleanup functionality
Nov
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on pgbench-tools failed authentication
Nov
19
reviewed Looks OK Linking Oracle 10g XE with SQL server using ODBC