How to Install VMware Workstation On Windows.

How to Install VMware Workstation On Windows. VMware Workstation is a hosted hypervisor that runs on x64 versions of Windows and Linux operating systems (an x86 version of earlier releases was available);[3] it enables users to set up virtual machines (VMs) on a single physical machine, and use them simultaneously along with the actual machine. Each… Read More


DATABASE CREATION   Oracle Database can create by using the following 3 methods Manual database creation OMF method (Oracle Managed database Files) DBCA method (Database Configuration Assistance)   In this article we will discuss Manual database creation. Steps to create database in manual method. Declare… Read More

Temporary Undo in 12C

Temporary Undo in 12C Undo tablespaces facilitate the rollback of logical transactions. In addition, undo tablespaces support a number of other features, including read consistency, various database-recovery operation, and flashback functions. A database may have more than one undo tablespace, although only one can be… Read More


DATABASE LINK IN ORACLE What is database link? A database link is a schema object in a database. The main purpose of the database link is to access database objects present in another database or remote database. A database link creates a connection between a… Read More

Automatic Diagnostic Repository

Automatic Diagnostic Repository ADR – Automatic Diagnostic Repository (introduced in Oracle 11g) is a system managed repository for storing database alert logs, trace files, and any other diagnostic data previously controlled by any other init.ora parameters. DIAGNOSTIC_DEST is the base location for all diagnostic directories. There… Read More

Oracle DBA Trainings

Oracle DBA training’s Oracle DBA Sessions are organized by MICRONET IT SOLUTIONS (   DATE ARTICLE LINK DESCRIPTION VIMEO LINK PASSWORD 20-01-2019 Oracle log & phy level oracle 20-01-2019 Oracle server arch oracle 20-01-2019 Oracle optional background proceeses oracle 20-01-2019… Read More