Electronic Medical Record System
Electronic Medical Record System

Monday, January 16, 2006

History Time Line Of Oracle!

Oracle Firsts

First to provide a single customer view from multiple data sources with Oracle Customer DataHub

First to introduce Enterprise Grid Computing with Oracle 10g

First database that is available in production for 64-bit Linux with IPF.

First database to pass 15 industry standard security evaluations and first Real Application Clustering

First native XML support in a relational database

First fully integrated relational and multidimensional database

First database with table compression on Unix, NT and Linux

First complete and integrated business intelligence platform

First database to complete the 3 terabyte TPC-H world record

First database to pass over 9 industry standard security evaluations

First database with built-in Web services

First database with integrated data mining

First database with support for real world packaged applications on a cluster

First database with Hash, Range, Composite and List partitioning

First database with dynamic memory management

First database with built-in workflow

First database with complete online maintenance operations

First to support the JOLAP API

First to offer complete and simple software for information management including the Oracle9i Database, Oracle9i Application Server and Oracle9i Developer Suite

Provide a single data model and single global instance

Industry's first Developer Service Provider (DSP)

Offers a complete applications suite

First to offer developers online services for application development

First to release a production framework for defining Web services

Launches first online developers skills exchange, Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Xchange

Introduces fully integrated application server for internet computing-Oracle Internet Application Server (Oracle9iAS)

Introduces first internet developer suite

First to offer an internet file system built for the internet, Oracle Internet File System

Launches Oracle Mobile, wireless applications service provider

Delivers the industry's only complete e-business suite, Oracle E-Business Suite 11i

Launches E-Business Network

First to integrate Java and XML into an application development tool

Launches first industry exchange, AutoXchange, with Ford Motor Company

Launches complete e-business initiative

Provides applications hosting (Oracle Outsourcing)

Delivers first comprehensive, internet-based CRM suite

Overtakes SAP in US manufacturing

Offers the only internet platform for mobile, embedded, and information appliance computing

First relational database management system (RDBMS) ported to Linux

First database with XML support

First to offer a full-featured internet database

First to introduce capabilities to use XML and SQL in Java servlets

First to introduce the concept of portlets as a way to integrate applications into an e-business portal

My first day in Class!!!! (16-1-2006)

Today was my first day in class. I woke up bit late as usual. The class was at sharp 7:00 AM. But I reached at 7:10 AM. Sir was taking introduction from all students. As I entered Sir asked me to introduce my self to class. Then Sir gave introduction about himself and Oracle. He started from scratch and first thing he taught was "what is data?" Initially I was bit nervous, but as the time passed I calmed down. Sir involves you so much that you never come to how time has passed. At the end it was a nice day.

Now lets come to the topic of Oracle. I will share with you what I learned today.

As I told you first thing that Sir taught us was, What is Data?
He explained it beautifully. The final conclusion was that Data is defined as Value of Property of Entity.

Then Sir taught what is Database?
In short I can just tell you that it is organisation of data.

There exited a data base called Network or hierarchical Data base. Y2K problem was because of this database only.
Explanation: Suppose you store some data. Now because you have stored the data it is quite obvious that you will need this data some time or the other. This means that method to access the data must be convinient. Suppose you want to store information about a person showing his Name, Age, Sex, Quallification, Job, Income etc... And you store it in following fashion. Suppose that you define that charachers from 1 to 20 are for Name, charachters 21 to 25 are for age, charachters 25 to 30 are for sex, charachers 30 to 50 are for Qualification so on and so forth. It just means that you have assigned particular space for particular entity and you will store that entity there only. Problem comes when you come accross such a entity that it needs more space than the space assigned by you. Take for example it can be name of any person or may be his qualification. Or it may so happen that particular person changes his name or adds more feathers to his cap there by my making his qualification more healthy. In that case if you will change one entity then other entities will also change leading to lot of chaos. Hence this database failed.

What is Database Management?
Set of protocols ( rules ) that your database follows is called database managment.

This is what I learned today.

Hey I just came to know today that All students who have attendence less than 75% won't be allowed to sit for NU exam and also will have to pay the fine. Its all bullshit. God is really testing me from all angles. But I am prepared for it.