We enabled APEX 18c to the Amazon Cloud
Whenever you want just to try the newest APEX for only one hour or you need hundreds of APEX instances for months – with the AWS Cloud (and us :)) – you can! Full pre-configured stack of software: Oracle DB, APEX, ORDS, Tomcat and Nginx on dedicated secured instance is ready for you in less than 10 minutes.
Check more at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B07NDJFCVV
We’ve been waiting a very long time but finally it is:
New version of Oracle XE: Oracle XE 18c is available for download (only for Linux now).
What is even more important:
– limits are extended to 12GB of user data, 2GB of RAM and 2 cores
– a lot of new options disabled in 11g XE are now available for example: compression, spatial, partitioning, multitenant/pluggable databases, advanced analytics
Don’t wait and download Oracle XE 18c now.
Oracle APEX 18.2c is available for download. Check this link: https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/apex/downloads/index.html
There is APEX 5.2 Early Adopter available on https://apexea.oracle.com. Release 5.2 brings a suite of new features including REST enabled SQL, improvements to REST Service Consumption, an all new Create App Wizard, new chart types, APEX Spotlight Search, and a whole lot more
Here you can find free APEX training for download and self learning. Package of files contains:
- Presentations with detailed comments
- Hands-on Lab Guide with description of workshops
- APEX source files, SQL files and data files for preparing of environment
You may use these materials in your training courses or curriculum.
Free Oracle APEX training
If you have read Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, you are now ready to observe parsing (soft and hard), bind peeking, influence them, and observe how Adaptive Cursor Sharing tries to fix it.
Literals vs Bind Variables
We can say, that variables used inside PLSQL block are “Automatic Bind Variables”. So it means they are considered as bind variable and are not causing parse operations. That it is better to run stored PLSQL block then a lot of single SQL queries from application (from database point of view)
Up to now, we talked about
- Selectivity / Cardinality
- Skewed Data / Histograms
- Displaying Execution Plans with Explain Plan, dbms_xplan package, autotrace feature
- Introduced bind variables
I believe, that for most of you it was quite familiar..
But I also stronlgy believe, that we should talk about the process of executing SQL query and components of Oracle Database that take part in it…
Quite often, as Database Administrators we are faced the case, when our attitude to SQLs, our knowledge of topic, is in contraty to what Developers know..
It all comes from fact, that Developers, do not have some information, and look at application from functional point of view…
In this series of posts, I will try to build a bridge between DBAs and DEVs…
So, let’s go to the point..
Subjects that this series will raise:
- Selectivity / Cardinality and Histograms
- How to read execution plans (Explain Plan – sometimes lies ?)
- What is Shared pool – why Devs should know it ?
- Bind variables vs Literals
- Variable Bind Peeking
- Adaptive Cursor Sharing – selectivity cubes
- Access Paths and Join Methods
- Result Set Cache
- Adaptive Optimizations in 12c
“The maximum length of identifiers is increased to 128 bytes for most identifiers, up from 30 bytes in previous releases”
Brzmi ciekawie 😉
Ukazała się dokumentacja do Oracle 12.2. Możemy zapoznać się między innymi z nowymi cechami 12.2, dzięki “What’s new”.