Today I heard from my director that our company received a letter from the Secretary of the Queens Awards for Enterprise to say we won the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: Innovation 2012.
What great news! It is an absolute pleasure to be part of this success and celebrate it as being the head of software development.
A software application’s feature list or its level of sophistication cannot determine its value. It is almost nothing to do with how well it is coded by the latest and trendy technologies.
The true value of an app is depends on how its users value it and how well it integrates into their organisations and their lives where the app becomes a practical tool genuinely helping its users to solve their everyday problems seamlessly.
We don’t need to send any money; all we have to do is to pay it with our privacy by providing more information about ourselves including mobile numbers, caller information, GPS location etc. Or, is it the fact that our privacy has lost its value and became less valuable so we have to give more to satisfy Google and continue using the same services? If so, who is making our privacy less valuable then?
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Change Oracle Password Expiry Policy
If you keep getting error messages like
ORA-28001: the password has expired in your automated Jenkins build logs then that means oracle set to expire user passwords. This could be a good security measure for production databases but does not help in the Continuous Integration environment. Oracle 11g sets password expiry by default to 180 days.
This can be turned off or changed easily:
- Password policies are registered under profiles, so first find out the active profile of the user:
- Check the expiry limit in use in that profile
- You can set the limit to ‘UNLIMITED’ if you would like user’s password to never expire:
How to solve EXP-00003: no storage definition found for segment(0, 0) error in oracle
There is a bug in the export utility on version 126.96.36.199 when running against a 188.8.131.52 (and possiby 184.108.40.206) database that has tables without segments. Deferred segment creation was introduced as a smart feature in 11gR2, but this is causing error
EXP-00003when running the old export utility from lower versions. This is reported on MOS for pre-11g clients, but right now I could not find any reports that this is also a problem with the 220.127.116.11 version when this feature was introduced.
Solution: Upgrade client or allocate one extent for the table that fails: