As I write, South Africa have just emerged victorious from the 2019 version of the Rugby World Cup having vanquished England in the final.
This explains both the code used in the examples that follow and the fact that I’m writing this to escape from the “commiserations” pouring into my phone from my Welsh In-Laws. Tell me, what is the Welsh for Schadenfreude ?
Continuing my SQLDeveloper appreciation fest, I’m going to look at the latest version of SQLDeveloper’s (19.2) level of integration with Git.
Specifically, what I’ll be covering is :
- Using the SQLDeveloper Files Tree to work with a local Git Repository
- Creating a branch
- Staging changes
- Commiting changes
- Comparing different versions of a file within a branch
- Comparing branches
- Merging branches
- Deleting branches
We’re going to do all of this without leaving the comfort of our favourite Oracle IDE…
It’s that time of year again. Yes, it is the season to be snotty.
“Man-flu”, was Nurse Debbie’s considered medical opinion. Admittedly, she’s feeling a bit under the weather herself and, as we all know, “Bird-flu” is a far more serious condition.
I think I must have picked up this particular bug during my daily commute, which currently involves quite a lot of time on the Tube.
In order to pass the time in the morning crush that is the Northern Line, I’ve taken on a challenge from Simon.
He claims that, apart from St. John’s Wood, there is no other tube station that does not contain at least one letter from the word “Mackrel”.
Whilst this may seem a somewhat esoteric fact, it’s probably quite appropriate to look for bits of fish whilst wedged into a Tube train like a sardine.
The tube map itself includes station on the Overground Network as well as the DLR so, ironically, this does provide a bit of “wiggle-room” for my Mackrel search.
All of which serves to act as an example in the following exploration of how Oracle transactions work…