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Boosting Security with Machine Learning in Oracle Autonomous Database

In our era of growing cyber threats, data security is of paramount importance. Companies are continuously exploring advanced methodologies to safeguard their sensitive information. One of these methodologies is the use of machine learning (ML) for enhancing data security. Oracle Autonomous Database comes with in-built Oracle Machine Learning, making it a compelling choice for securing […]

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Text Mining in Oracle Autonomous Database with Oracle Machine Learning

In the era of Big Data, a significant percentage of the data comes in unstructured text format, coming from various sources like emails, social media, reviews, and more. Extracting valuable insights from this textual data is where text mining comes in, and Oracle Autonomous Database with Oracle Machine Learning (OML) offers a useful platform for

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Migrating On-Premise Applications to Oracle Cloud: Best Practices and Common Pitfalls

As enterprises increasingly move towards digitization and cloud computing, migration of on-premise applications to the cloud has become a necessity rather than a choice. Oracle Cloud, offers a platform to facilitate this transition. Key Steps in Migration Common Pitfalls and Their Solutions Migration to Oracle Cloud can provide numerous benefits like cost savings, enhanced scalability,

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How to set a binding value on a button click in JSF and Oracle ADF?

A usual requirement when building a JSF or Oracle ADF form is to set binding values not added by the user automatically on a button click. For example, setting a technical ID in an Entity Object right before executing a commit on the table. To do so, you can use a core JSF functionality with […]

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How to stop, start and restart an Oracle WebLogic Server?

Oracle WebLogic Server is a Java EE application server currently developed by Oracle Corporation. You can start, stop and restart both the administration and the managed servers in two ways: Using the WebLogic Server Administration Console Using WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) 1) Stop and start an Oracle WebLogic Server using the WebLogic Server Administration Console

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How to mass abort instances and reset your Oracle SOA BPEL environment?

Enterprise who usually run an Oracle SOA Suite BPEL environment to process workflows manage production and multiple test environments where they may need to mass abort instances. Especially to reset the Oracle SOA BPEL environment before running a non-regression or performance test. Below is the script I usually set up for my clients to close

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How to partition for performance your Oracle SOA BPEL Database?

Oracle SOA BPEL infrastructures are notoriously hard to scale. Once your production Oracle SOA BPEL Database grows, you’ll often find that your whole Oracle SOA BPEL infrastructure performance may hinder. To fix it, you then need to focus on : Implementing the right database purge strategy Monitor large instances to improve your composite performances (see […]

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