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Average Run Time for Oracle Jobs

Starting with 10g and the introduction of DMBS_SCHEDULER, Oracle database began tracking and storing the execution duration of a job. By default this information is kept around for 30 days. You can of course change the logging level and the retention period for the job runs – read the docs! The job runs can be […]

Scheduling Jobs with Oracle SQL Developer

DBMS_SCHEDULER is awesome. It’s flexibility is remarkable. From setting up execution windows to remote execution to automatic notifications, there is a LOT to like. That doesn’t mean it’s perfect. For developers and DBAs, it can be a real pain to type out 2000+ characters to simply create a job. Being able to have such a […]

My New Gig

The good folks at Oracle, namely @krisrice, approached me this past Summer with an offer I found myself unable to refuse. The short version would be something like, ‘Hey, come join our SQL Developer team.’ So next week, I will start the next chapter of my professional life as the Product Manager for Oracle’s primary […]

Toad Jobs

A lot of good news this week about jobs here in the United States and a bunch of new hires for the month of April has many people feeling much better about the US economy. After being hammered with depressing reports for the past two years, it’s very nice to see the pendulum swing in […]