At the GLOC 2019 conference, my friend Bob Rhubart met me at the base of the big staircase at the Cleveland Public Auditorium and Conference Center to talk about the new third edition of my book, The Method R Guide to Mastering Oracle Trace Data.
Method R Trace 19.1.2 fixes a defect that prevented downloading trace files from Solaris.
Method R Trace 19.1.1 fixes defects found in 19.1.0.
When you want to know where every microsecond of your Oracle-based application’s time has gone, there’s only one way to find out: tracing. This book is the definitive guide to mastering Oracle trace data. The third edition…
Method R Workbench 8.1.1 is a patch release that fixes defects found in 8.1.0.
Method R Trace 19.1.0 is our new release certified to run with Oracle SQL Developer 19.1. It adds the capability to choose your tracing level, includes better error reporting, and fixes defects found in 18.2.4.
Method R Workbench 8.1.0 optimizes working with thousands of files at once. Now you can load folder objects from your Finder/Explorer application. Loading files is fast and now clutter-free in the output pane. One of our tests loads (which includes profiling) over 5,000 trace files (about 5GB) in just over five minutes. A new “Copy […]
From Oracle Database 12.1 onward, the JDBC driver provides a convenient method called setClientInfo to set user session handle attributes in the database. There are three user session handle attributes that are useful when instrumenting your application so that it identifies itself and exposes its actions in Oracle Database (such as in the V$SESSION view): […]
Method R Workbench 8.0.5 makes it easier to report on connection pool trace files.