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3 years ago by gareth

I have a Visual Studio 2015, VB.NET solution that uses a Oracle.DataAccess.dll. I get the following warning when i try to compile the project.  There was a mismatch between the processor archite . . .

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3 years ago by guruprakash

.Net application raises below error message when trying to insert data into an Oracle table : ORA-22062: invalid input string [40,7] at Oracle.DataAccess.Types.OracleDecimal..ctor(String numStr, Stri . . .

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3 years ago by guruprakash

What is purpose of ENABLE keyword in a CREATE TABLE SQL statement? When I check the DDL statement of an existing table in my Oracle database this is what I see CREATE TABLE T_EVENTS ( EVENT . . .

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3 years ago by guruprakash

What does the MONITORING keyword do in a CREATE TABLE statement? . . .

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3 years ago by mamdouh

How to get the service name of the currently running Oracle Service? . . .

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3 years ago by mamdouh

How do I find the SID of the currently running Oracle Service? . . .

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3 years ago by pseudoFish

In Oracle SQL developer where can i see the output that is printed by the dbms_out.put_line statement of a trigger? . . .

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3 years ago by Vikas

From the tree menu in connections window when i double click on a table a new window will open that shows the tables columns, data, constraints and so on. Now if i double click on a second table the . . .

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4 months ago by Julia

My .Net application raises below error message when trying to insert data into an Oracle table : ORA-22062: invalid input string [40,7] at Oracle.DataAccess.Types.OracleDecimal..ctor(String numStr, S . . .

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4 months ago by Jake

What is the purpose of ENABLE keyword in a CREATE TABLE SQL statement? When I check the DDL statement of an existing table in my Oracle database this is what I see CREATE TABLE T_EVENTS  ( &n . . .

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