The headline articles for the September/October 1997 edition of Oracle Magazine were how to put your data warehouse on the web, how to build it, how it works, differences between a data mart and a data warehouse, how Delicato Vineyard and the US Environmental Protection Agency web enabled their data warehouse,
This was a bumper edition of Oracle Magazine. It had just over 150 pages of content. This is compared to the previous editions that have been +/- a few pages of 100.
Other articles included:
- There was a certain amount of repetition of announcements from the previous edition (a lot). I won’t repeat them here but check out the previous edition review.
- Extending Oracle 8 with Objects covered how to create and work with Object Types.
- How to setup and configure your Oracle Database hot standby, how to monitor it and what limitations to watch out for.
- Oracle Designer/2000 Administration: Tuning Tips and Techniques.
- The tips for the Repository included:
- Bring your system up to speed
- Re-create indexes and hash tables frequently
- Size the SGA Shared_Pool_Size and the DB_Block_Buffers
- Pin procedures to the SGA
- Size the tablespaces
- Re-create the repository through import/export
- Be aware of the impact of sharing objects across multiple application systems
- Tips for Client-side tuning:
- Use suggested settings for PC clients
- Install Designer/2000 client tools on a file server
- Tips for Network Tuning
- Configure SQL*Net
- Unlocking the value of test with Oracle ConText cartridge. CareerPath.com uses ConText to enable servers to quickly and efficiently search through hundreds of thousands of job vacancies quickly and relevant for the searchers entered details.
To view the cover page and the table of contents click on the image at the top of this post or click here.
My Oracle Magazine Collection can be found here. You will find links to my blog posts on previous editions and a PDF for the very first Oracle Magazine from June 1987.