As an Oracle DBA, you are very likely to get requests somewhat like this: Create an account for Sam Hill. The privileges should look exactly like Rob Nixon. If you are not into automating everything, your first instinct would be to fire-up an IDE like Toad or SQL Developer and script out the source user, … Continue reading Oracle: Clone An User With PL/SQL – Tablespace Quotas, Role Grants/Default Role, Object Grants And System Grants
You might have heard the terms UNDO and REDO thrown around in conversations around space usage. In this tip, let us get a basic idea of what UNDO (formerly called ROLLBACK) is in Oracle. I promise you that this will be an interesting read and you will be happy you read this. Unlike SQL Server … Continue reading Oracle UNDO – A Basic Explanation
Oracle's logical storage structures: To developers who work with Oracle, the concept of tablespace is familiar. We create tables and indexes in tablespaces taking appropriate care not to place all of our data into one tablespace. Let us take a quick look at the logical structure of an Oracle database A database has one or … Continue reading Oracle’s APPEND Hint – The Key Secret To Fast BULK Loading With NOLOGGING!