Redgate has added new capabilities to the Deployment Suite for Oracle, so it now supports automated migrations-based and state-based Oracle deployments on both Linux and Windows. They've introduced Redgate Change Control, a new capability for understanding development changes, generating migration scripts for version control, and getting precise control over the migration path during automated deployments. Our Schema Compare and Data Compare for Oracle command line tools have been extended to Linux as well as Windows, and we’ve added static code analysis that encourages teams to follow good coding practices on Windows or Linux.
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Learning programming logic and syntax is just the beginning. In this article, David Njoku talks about how to debug and troubleshoot errors as a new developer.
Introducing a new user interface, enhancements and new features, you can now try the latest version of Data Masker for Oracle. Deliver production like data to development teams while ensuring that confidential data remains protected.
As I have seen the benefit for having a post on Oracle database vs. SQL Server architecture, let’s move onto the next frontier- High Availability…or what people think is high availability architecture in the two platforms.
We’re excited to announce that Redgate is doubling its efforts on Oracle and committed to aligning its DevOps solution across both SQL Server and Oracle. Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey to stay up-to-date on our Oracle developments.
In the world of paradigm shifts, many organizations are looking at the prospect of a technology migration, where capabilities are moved to a new set of technologies, supporting and enabling the business for the future. On other hand, a technology or platform may reach the end of its life for other business reasons, like ease of use, increased cost, etc.
David Fitzjarrell takes a look at why the mutating table error is thrown, why it's not going to create data problems, and how to possibly fix it.