Recently, I changed my Windows password and that started a chain of events. My account would get locked out because an invalid password was used and I started getting weird errors in various programs when using the account even after getting it unlocked several times. Restarting my own PC did not help. Then, it occurred … Continue reading PowerShell: Invoke-RDPLogoff – Logoff From Windows Servers In Parallel
Basics of Oracle recycle bin - A simple post to illustrate the power of recycle bin and how to retrieve objects back from it.
The v$session view If you do not know already, to check who is connected and since when, what their connection status is etc., you would use dynamic view v$session. The view has the following columns: You would kill the required session by issuing Note: The IMMEDIATE option of the above command just returns control … Continue reading Oracle – My KILL’ed Session Continues To Stay On In KILLED Status, Why?
Update (Jan 18, 2017): I was able to add “autonomous transaction” type support to the logger using the means available in SQL Server (a loopback linked server). The new and updated code is available on GitHub. https://github.com/SQLJana/TSQL_Logger ....main post continues below Logging is one of those things no two people can agree on one way … Continue reading SQL Server – TSQL Code Logging To Table