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  • The magic of sqlalchemy and elixir mean that you can use any supported rdbms: postgres, sqlite, mysql, etc...you'll just need to make sure you've got the relevant database driver installed.

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  • Now, to achieve the result you can use an in-memory rdbms or write a memory datastore for JDO that is storage agnostic.

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  • I have a question about programming objects rdbms

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  • Shape files don't have any way to model topology, and SDE is really just shapefiles stored in a rdbms.

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  • Systems Analyst - £65k base + 30% bonus + more Central London Derivatives VMS/OpenVMS Essential skills: - VMS/OpenVMS (for technical specification production), strong Derivatives OTC, systems analysis skills, SDLC, programming background (ideally C/C++), rdbms experience.

    ZDNet UK Highlights

  • OpenVMS skills Essential skills: - VMS/OpenVMS (for technical specification production), strong Derivatives OTC, systems analysis skills, SDLC, programming background (ideally C/C++), rdbms experience.

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  • Although the scripts are in $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin in 10.2, they are not documented.

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  • Login as a dba or appropriately privileged account and run $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/awrextr. sql.

    The Pythian Blog

  • AWR - Access What You Need: SELECT ANY DICTIONARY EXECUTE ON DBMS_WORKLOAD_REPOSITORY access to $ORACLE_HOME / rdbms / admin / awrrpt. sql Or A friendly DBA who will run the report for you

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  • In ancient versions, the schema is created and configured after running two scripts as the SYS user: catdbsyn. sql and dbmspool. sql, both found in the $ORACLE_HOME / rdbms / admin directory (catdbsyn is obsoleted by the DBA role, and dbmspool is run during the next step).

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