While trying to install Ruby on Rails in Fedora Core 19, I ran into some errors with the ‘gem install rails’ command. [mark@localhost ~]$ gem install rails Fetching: i18n-0.6.9.gem (100%) Successfully installed i18n-0.6.9 Fetching: multi_json-1.8.2.gem (100%) Successfully installed multi_json-1.8.2 Fetching: tzinfo-0.3.38.gem (100%) Successfully installed tzinfo-0.3.38 Fetching: minitest-4.7.5.gem (100%) Successfully installed minitest-4.7.5 Fetching: atomic-1.1.14.gem (100%) Building native extensions. This could take a while… ERROR: Error installing rails: ERROR: Failed to build gem native extension. /usr/bin/ruby extconf.rb […]
The Oracle logon trigger can be a very powerful tool for recording who or what is accessing your database. However, you may not need to know when every user or every host or even a specific application logs into Oracle. The following trigger shows one possibility for selectively auditing user logons.
I came across a problem today in which a user could not reset her password without getting the “ORA-28221: REPLACE not specified” error. The correct “alter user” syntax to resolve this error is: alter user USERNAME identified by NewPassword replace OldPassword;
I have used the official ColdFusion since 1997 when it was owned by the Allaire brothers. I used it when Macromedia owned it. I used it when Adobe owned it. I have also used Open Blue Dragon and now I have used Railo. Given the price comparison, Railo is so far my favorite flavor of ColdFusion. Here’s a few reasons why and a small datasource IsItUp script.
So you want to create some tables in Microsoft SQL based on tables that exist in Oracle? The Microsoft SQL Migration Assistant (MSSMA) can help, but it’s a bit tedious and if you have triggers on your tables, MSSMA will create rowid columns in SQL that don’t really exist in Oracle except as pseudo-columns used to indicate where data is stored in a file on disk which is subject to change. I will cover a […]