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In my last article, I presented the first part of setting up a new action for Alfresco Share, which is an archive action. I advise you to read the first part if you have not read it yet since it is a prerequisite for the proper functioning of the action: Developping an archive action for Alfresco Share (1 of 2). The purpose of this part is to extend the user interface with the creation of an AMP for Alfresco Share. I remind you that <AlfrescoAMP> and <AlfrescoShareAMP> references the location of the projects (e.g. C:/AlfrescoEclipseProjects/AlfrescoShareAMP).
The Microsoft Techdays 2013 took place on 12-13 November at the Congress Center in Basel and on 18-19 November at the Beaulieu Congress Center in Lausanne. With more than 400 participants in Lausanne and around 1'000 participants in Basel, the largest technology event Microsoft in Switzerland was a great success. You can follow all the presentations from Lausanne or Basel. In this blog, I will summarize the presentation of SQL Server 2014: les nouveautés by Tien Dung Thoi at the TechDays in Lausanne.
Today’s first session was a round table session with Andrew Bullock, Director of Application and systems management at Oracle. The main result of this session was that the main people using Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c were DBA and not so much system or Weblogic Administrators.
During this last day I also decided to follow the Middleware stream. I have continued to learn about future Oracle product strategies. In the web tier layer, Oracle will continue to support I planet web server but without adding new added value features inside. They insisted on the fact that OHS (Oracle HTTP Server) is still, and will be the preferred Oracle product as a web server.
Today's first session I assisted was presented by Tom Kyte. He talked about SQL topics we surely do not know. The first topic concerned the possibility of using the plsql_warning clause with the PL/SQL compiler. This feature exists since version 10.1 but is not widely used. The different values you can define for the plsql_warning with a classical alter session command are:
I started the second day ay UKOUG with an Exadata Management Deep dive with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud 12c. Through a certain numer of plugins, Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud 12c offers an integrated view of hardware and software. In Enterprise Management Cloud 12c you have access to the following menus: