Tag: oracle

  • Oracle Commerce Cloud – The Good, Bad, and Ugly

    Oracle Commerce Cloud – The Good, Bad, and Ugly

    What is Oracle Commerce Cloud? Oracle has been working on their Oracle Commerce Cloud offering for a while, pre-released first in the early Spring of 2015, and publicly launched in June 2015.  It was the focus of the Commerce section of the recent Oracle CX 2016 conference in  April 2016. The Commerce Cloud offering is […]

  • Spark::red 2011 Review and 2012 Preview

    2011 has been an amazing year for Spark::red ATG Oracle Commerce Hosting. We’ve added several new clients (including a well known member of the Fortune 1000!) We’ve added 101 new dedicated servers and over 20 cloud computing instances We’ve opened an office in Boston We’ve earned our PCI Level 1 MSP Certification We’ve hired several […]

  • JBoss JMS Doesn’t Create Tables with XA Datasource

    The JBoss Messaging service (at least on JBoss 4.3 EAP) defaults to using a local Hypersonic database. For production use you’ll want to switch away from Hypersonic to a real database, such as Oracle (in this example). If you’re using XA datasources in general, it’s tempting to go ahead and create the new DefaultDS datasource […]

  • Rant About Core-Based Licensing

    This is a copy of a small rant I just posted on the ATG_Tech Google Group. Please note that ATG isn’t the only company doing this, Oracle does it, as do many others. I just think that it’s wrong:) If you draw a graph showing processing power against software license cost for the same software […]

  • Oracle Export (exp) and Initial Extent Size Issues

    If you have a large database in Oracle, with a tablespace with say 2 gigabytes worth of data in it, and you then go in a delete a large number of rows from a large number of tables, and shrink it down to about 300 megabytes worth of data, and then you create an Oracle […]

  • An Easy Way to Drop All Tables in Your Tablespace in Oracle

    If you need to drop all tables in the database with Oracle, here’s an easy way!   run this command: select ‘drop table ‘, table_name, ‘cascade constraints;’ from user_tables; Then copy the output and run that as a sql script.