2020-06-06
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Bye bye Xtend, Welcome Java

Introduction The utPLSQL extension for SQL Developer was originally written in Xtend. In this blog post I explain why we decided to migrate the project to Java and how we’ve done that. Why Replace Xtend? Xtend is a statically typed, clean language with excellent string templating features and a fine integration into […]
2019-02-17
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MemOptimized RowStore in Oracle Database 19c

Since February, 13 2019 Oracle Database 19c is available. I blogged about this feature here and here. Time for an update. So, what’s new in 19c regarding the MemOptimized Rowstore? Fast Lookup Works with JDBC Thin Driver I listed 16 prerequisites for the MemOptimized Rowstore in this blog post. The last one – “The […]
2018-08-25
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Use the Database as Persistence Layer Only

Using the database as persistence layer only is an anti-pattern. Praful Todkar applies this anti-pattern in How to extract a data-rich service from a monolith. Martin Fowler reviewed this article and published it on his website. Hence it is highly visible. I generally agree with the approach. But I cannot agree with […]
2018-08-05

View-API for JOOQ Application

In this blog post I show how to build a read-only view-API for Oracle’s HR sample schema. And I will use this view-API in a JOOQ application. This application will fully comply with the Pink Database Paradigm (PinkDB). This means the application executes set-based SQL and retrieves data with as few network roundtrips as possible. […]
2018-06-19
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MemOptimized RowStore in Oracle Database 18c with OCI

On June, 10 2018 I blogged about the MemOptimized RowStore in Oracle Database 18c. If you haven’t read this post, it is a good idea to catch up now. I showed that accessing a memoptimized table t4 via the MemOptimized RowStore was around 60% slower than accessing a heap-organized table t1. I […]
2018-06-10
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MemOptimized RowStore in Oracle Database 18c

The MemOptimized RowStore introduced in Oracle Database 18c is designed to improve performance of simple queries accessing data via primary key columns only. An example of such a query is SELECT value FROM t WHERE key = :key where key is the only primary key column of table t. This feature is available […]