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Still open: Oracle - PL\SQL for Oracle Forms in Developer 2000

"I am unable to retrieve the correct value from SQL%ROWCOUNT... Am i coding the select statement correctly?"

Points: 500 Nov 24, 2004 01:22PM PST

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Still open: French Language characters and the Oracle XSU command line batch utility.

"I am using the Oracle Java batch program OracleXML. But my XML file is not well formed because of French characters... Does anyone know how to get the utility to extract the language characters correctly?"

Points: 500 Nov 16, 2004 11:20AM PST

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Still open: Can't test oracle DSN

"When I connect to database using SQL plus, it connects properly. However, when I add a DSN, and click 'test connection' it throws error saying 'SQL state=IM004 ERROR Driver's SQLallochandle on SQL_HANDLE_ENV failed.'"

Points: 250 Nov 8, 2004 03:01AM PST

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schwertner

schwertner joined EE in January 2001 and quickly established himself as one of the best Oracle Experts on the site. He holds a PhD in computer sciences and is an associate professor at Sofia University in Bulgaria.

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Henka is one of the best, and least-known, Oracle developers at EE. An electrical engineer in Bratislava, Slovakia, she works as an Oracle programmer and developer.

Registration Date: January 25, 2001

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seazodiac is the Page Editor for the Oracle topic areas. He is also the only member to earn a Genius certificate in the TA.

Registration Date: January 22, 2003

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Certificates: Genius, Oracle

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Nata's Corner: Not home for the holidays

woman in specticals I'm planning on taking a few excursions over the next month or so, but keeping in touch with Experts Exchange won't be a problem with a laptop with both a wireless card and a modem. Or at least, it shouldn't be if I can find a few hot spots along the way. c|net has a quickie course in finding them that will be available Dec. 2.

One place I won't be is Washington, DC. An article in Federal Computer Week found hot spots all over, including one at the Pentagon. The magazine's investigators also found open hot spots at some contractors who work for the National Security Council and the Internal Revenue Service.

Sophos has reported that the Sober-I worm, discovered last week, is accounting for over half the new virus reports to the site. Like most, it's sent from an infected computer using the address book of an infected computer. Another worm -- W32/Yanz-A -- uses the lure of an MP3 from an Asian pop star.

Latest phishing expeditions: TCF Bank, e-gold.com, Washington Mutual Bank and PayPal. Just don't do it.

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Inside the numbers
ameba, one of EE's prominent Experts, provides us with a list of newly earned Certificates. His list of all of the Certified Experts is located at his site. The list below covers the period from November 14 through November 28.
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1105 experts have 1682 certifications: Genius:24 Sage:70 Wizard:104 Guru:317 Master:1167
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First things first: make sure you're in the right Topic Area. The Community Support topic area and its subtopics are not the place to ask about your ailing laptop or your Visual Basic programming errors.

Click on the link to the All Topics page, and then find the one that best fits your question. Once you've arrived there, find the link that says "Ask a Question".

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