Thoughts On When To Use – Write-Host, Write-Output, Write-Debug, Write-Warning, Write-Verbose & Write-Error/Throw

PowerShell has matured as the automation tool of choice on the Microsoft platform, be it on Windows or Azure. However, there is no official guidance on best-practices and standards around some¬†things. At times, bloggers do things incorrectly in their examples thereby reinforcing bad practices.¬†Hopefully, this small post will help connect some dots for you! Please … Continue reading Thoughts On When To Use – Write-Host, Write-Output, Write-Debug, Write-Warning, Write-Verbose & Write-Error/Throw

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Oracle Tip – COPY Command – When You Don’t Have DataPump

This is an old post that I am re-cycling. The recommended method to copy data around is by using DataPump. However, if you are on an older version of Oracle, COPY command is an easy way to copy data from one database to another or even within the same database. There are countless situations where … Continue reading Oracle Tip – COPY Command – When You Don’t Have DataPump