Monthly Archives: April 2006

Cascading Delete

An option that has been around for a long time in the Oracle Database is ‘ON DELETE CASCADE’ on a foreign key. I almost never use this option, because the front-end takes care of this. But, since there are going to be more types of front-ends to the same database it’s a good idea to […]

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Hacked…

My site has been hacked by some group. Fortunately I found out pretty soon after it happened, because one of the users of the PL/SQL Developer users put a notification on the forum. Man, I hate it when this happens. Luckily for me, it was quite easy to repair (I hope I did ;)) and […]

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Windows on Intel Mac

So, it’s finally official. The Intel Mac is allowed to run Windows. With the public beta of boot camp, it is possible to boot both Mac OSX as well as Windows XP. According to the website you will need an Intel based Mac for this. So for all the Windows machines out there, we just […]

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Sudoku Solver in PL/SQL

In my previous post I wrote about a Sudoku solver in SQLServer and I thought it wouldn’t take long to have Sudoku solver in PL/SQL. Actually, when I told this to Steven Feuerstein, he told me he got an email from someone who has already done this. He┬áput his solution on his website with explanation […]

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