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CHANGING THE CHARACTER SET TO AL32UTF8
 
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By using these steps you can change the oracle database character set to AL32UTF8
Views: 30597 venkatesh sankala
Oracle SQL: Exploring Date Functions
 
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http://www.informit.com/store/oracle-sql-livelessons-video-training-downloadable-9780134275741?WT.mc_id=Social_YT Oracle SQL: Exploring Date Functions is an excerpt from Oracle SQL LiveLessons Video Training -- 6+ Hours of Video -- Oracle SQL LiveLessons Video Training covers the basics of the Oracle SQL programming language. This course covers both Oracle standard SQL and the ANSI approved SQL that Oracle supports. The focus of the course is to give students working knowledge of the Oracle SQL language and at the conclusion of this course, students should be able to query the Oracle database. Description In this LiveLessons video course, Oracle ACE Director Dan Hotka will teach you how to use the SQL query language, interpret business questions into SQL code, and how to use Where clauses sub-queries, complex table join conditions, and how to create table objects and populate tables with data. Students will also learn how to access Oracle from Microsoft products such as Excel. In addition, they will learn how analytical SQL can be used for business analysis. This course will use both Toad and SQL Developer for SQL examples. About the Instructor Dan Hotka is a training specialist and an Oracle ACE director who has more than 37 years in the computer industry and more than 31 years of experience with Oracle products. His experience with the Oracle RDBMS dates back to the Oracle V4.0 days. Dan enjoys sharing his knowledge of the Oracle RDBMS. Dan is well published with 12 Oracle books and well over 200 published articles. He is also the video author for Oracle SQL Performance Tuning for Developers LiveLessons and Oracle PL/SQL Programming Fundamentals. He is frequently published in Oracle trade journals, regularly blogs, and speaks at Oracle conferences and user groups around the world. Visit his website at www.DanHotka.com. Skill Level Beginner Learn How To Use the SQL query language Interpret business questions into SQL code Understand Oracle standard SQL and ANSI SQL Work with Where clauses, sub-queries, and complex table join conditions Create table objects and populate these tables with data Access Oracle from Microsoft products such as Excel Use analytical SQL, useful for business analysts Who Should Take This Course Students who are new to SQL and want to learn Oracle SQL Course Requirements Basic knowledge of what is a database, especially RDBMS and what is a computer programming language http://www.informit.com/store/oracle-sql-livelessons-video-training-downloadable-9780134275741?WT.mc_id=Social_YT
Views: 5252 LiveLessons
Formatting your Oracle Query Results Directly to CSV
 
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How to get Oracle SQL Developer to automatically format your query results to CSV, HTML, JSON, Insert statements, and more.
Views: 47481 Jeff Smith
Oracle SQL Developer Tips : How to change the language
 
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To get the complete FREE course on Oracle SQL Developer click here: https://www.udemy.com/oracle-sql-developer-tips-and-tricks/ In this video I show you how to change the language of Oracle SQL Developer 's user interface. This is an excerpt of the *FREE* course " Oracle SQL Developer : Tips And Tricks" ( https://www.udemy.com/oracle-sql-developer-tips-and-tricks/ ) Want to learn SQL ? Here is a discounted course for you: http://bit.ly/oracle-sql-course You can find additional Oracle SQL related articles and educational content in my blog here: http://standout-dev.com/
Views: 9663 Oracle SQL
Analog Summing vs Digital Summing
 
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Instant access to every in-depth mixing course from Matthew Weiss: http://theproaudiofiles.com/members An explanation and audio comparison of analog vs digital summing. — Transcript: Welcome to the Ask Weiss series, and this question is a general purpose question that I've seen floating about on forums and everything like that, and that is, “What are the merits to analog summing versus digital summing, and is analog summing better?” We have to understand that when we're making this comparison, it's not exactly the same thing. It's almost apples to apples, but not quite. A digital summation is literally a sum. You are taking words, which are data points, and you are adding them together, functionally. It is literally a sum of amplitude points being reconstructed into a new function. In analog summing, it's not quite the same, because you have multiple voltage sources coming together, which is going to change your impedance, it's going to have to go to a source which is going to have a nominal operating voltage level, and you're going to end up overloading that if you don't put resistors in the path. On top of that, if the voltage changes, if there's dramatic changes, you're going to get impedance shifts along the way, meaning your impedance matching is never going to be spot on, it's always going to be changing whether or not the kick drum is hitting or something, so you might want to have some sort of regulatory system involved. So it's not really as clean as, “Yeah, we're just putting all of the stuff together,” now you have to do it through some kind of a mechanism. Before there was any kind of digital recording systems, the analog recording systems were striving to get close to what is called a one-to-one transfer, which is what you get in is what you get out. Ideally, they would be exactly the same. Now of course, you can't get there because physical limitations exist in the world. But people get better and better, technology develops, and you get something that is closer to that. But now, we have digital summing. We have a perfect one-to-one transfer. So the goal of analog summing has changed, because if you want that, we already have it. So now, when people are looking at analog summing, what they're really looking at is the non-linearities that come about as a result of a process, and the benefit to those non-linearities, and in a way, it kind of means that the worse the summing mixer is, the better it is. Anyway, that's all talk and hearsay and etcetera etcetera. Let me just show you some examples, and we'll pull them apart real quick, and I'll leave it at that. So this is my dry mix. This was summed digitally, and I'm going to play it for you. [mix digitally summed] This was summed through my Unit Audio MicroUnit here, and the makeup gain is going through my Avalon M5s. [mix analog summed] I'm going to A/B them real quick one more time, and I'm just going to pull apart the differences that I'm hearing. [mix plays, switching between digital and analog summed] These are about level matched. They're pretty darn close. I was working with some null tests to get it about as even as possible, but there are a few things that fundamentally changed that make it impossible to null. The first thing that I notice is that the digital sum to me actually sounds bigger. It has a larger scope of sound. The summed signal immediately has an interesting and compelling vibe to it that I do like, so I don't think I'm getting a bigger, wider, taller mix when I sum something. What I think I'm getting is an interesting color that seems to exist over the entire mix in a really nice way. The other thing that's worth pointing out is the frequency response has changed. There is a very tiny bit of attenuation going on in the deeper part of the low end, maybe around 60Hz, and there's a pretty notable wide roll-off coming in from the top end. So we're losing a very little bit of low end, and a pretty good amount of high end. So I'm going to A/B that again real quick. [song, switching between digital and analog summed] Right. Now, is that a problem? It can be, but it can also really be a moot point, because I have an equalizer. I can simply boost up some top end and boost up a little bit of the bottom end, and rebalance it. [analog sum, EQ'd] So, before... [song, before] After. [song after] The two things to point out are one, this is not an exact comparison, because it's not an exact science. It's art. [truncated]
Views: 46935 Pro Audio Files
SAP HANA Academy - SDI: Configuring the HANA Adapter [SPS 10]
 
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In this video tutorial, Tahir Hussain Babar (Bob) explains how to activate the HANA Adapter, which is new in SPS10, within the Data Provisioning Agent in order to carry out HANA to HANA Replication. Scripts ; https://github.com/saphanaacademy/SDI/blob/master/SPS10.txt Video by the SAP HANA Academy.
Views: 6154 SAP HANA Academy
Barcode Scanning, Warehouse Management and Intercompany Logistics in Practice
 
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By Jenny Kloezeman and Auke Hylarides. Based on three customer cases, we will tell you about the benefits of Warehouse Management (WMS) and Intercompany Logistics (ICL). We'll discuss the issues of these customers when running their warehousing operations and examine their challenges. Then we will show the advantages they have now that they are working live with Exact WMS.
Views: 2123 Macola Software
Dolphin's Secrets to Data Archiving Success
 
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Hear from Werner Hopf and Brian Shannon about why data archiving is so critical in an SAP HANA world.
Views: 66 Dolphin
Smash 4: Wario shield break
 
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Online / With Anyone (For Glory) / 1-on-1 Pilotwings (Ω Form) Wario, Lucas Testing out the new youtube feature for replays.

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