RoOUG Techsession #30
On13th November 2018, Romanian Oracle User GroupRomanian Oracle User Group prepared a new event dedicated to Oracle passionate professionals.
18:00 – 18:30 Registration
18:30 – 19:15 How To Mark Up PL/SQL Source Text After A Code Coverage Run
Abstract: Oracle Database version 12.2 brought a new code coverage tool for PL/SQL programs. It works by flagging the basic blocks that jointly make up a subprogram’s source text as covered or not after you’ve run your tests. The coverage data is recorded in a table with one row for each block, identified by the unit to which it belongs and the source line number and position at which it starts. It’s very likely that, at an early stage of developing your tests, they won’t exercise every basic block in every subprogram. You’ll therefore want to look at a marked-up rendition of the source text of each unit that shows what wasn’t covered. Oracle doesn’t so far supply a tool for doing this—but it’s easy to do yourself. This session shows you how.
19:15 – 19:30 Break
19:30 – 20:15 #SmartDB & EBR – The Perfect Marriage
20:15 – 20:45 Networking
Bryn Llewelly – Distinguished Product Manager Database Server Technologies Division Oracle HQ
Bryn Llewellyn has worked in the software field for more than thirty-five years. He joined Oracle UK in 1990 at the European Development Center to work on the Oracle Designer team. He transferred to the Oracle Text team and then into consulting as the text specialist for Europe. He relocated to Redwood Shores in 1996 to join the Oracle Text Technical Marketing Group. He has been the product manager for PL/SQL since 2001. In 2005, he became responsible, additionally, for edition-based redefinition (EBR for short). This is the Oracle Database capability that supports online application upgrade.
t’s hard for Bryn to remember his life before Oracle. He started off doing image analysis and pattern recognition at Oxford University (programming in FORTRAN) and then worked in Oslo, first at the Norwegian Computing Center and then in a startup. In Norway, Bryn programmed in Simula (its inventors were his close colleagues). This language is recognized as the first object-oriented programming language and was the inspiration for Smalltalk and C++.
Bryn is an Oak Table member.
Evenimentul se va desfășura cu sprijinul Metro Systems România la sediul din Bld Pipera – Tunari, nr 4C.
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