Oracle Batch Job Logging – a framework for domestic harmony

Like most men, I have a standard of tidiness and cleanliness that I think of as “Bloke Clean”.
Deb’s standards are rather higher ( she would say normal). The difference can occasionally be a source of tension.
“Maybe I’ll just run off with that Steven Feuerstein bloke !”, she may have said during one of our discussions about the state of the study.
“Oh really ?”, I might retort, “and what’s he got that I haven’t ?”,
“Money, fame, talent and his own framework…not to mention a cleaner, I’ll bet”.
“Well…at least I have more hair”, I might say, disconcerted by her surprisingly comprehensive knowledge of someone who, it must be said, is not exactly famous outside of the wonderful world of Oracle.
“Not by much.” would probably have been the devastating reply.
Predictably, a compromise has now been reached…the upshot of which is that I’ve just spent the afternoon becoming intoxicated by the fumes from various cleaning products…and the study is now gleaming and all the papers filed away…and we’re getting a cleaner.
As for the money, fame and talent…well, I’ll just have to make do with the framework for now.
Truth be told, calling it a framework is overstating things a bit. But hey, it does give me an excuse to come up with a (possibly) amusing name. Continue reading