25
Mar
08

French speaking Oracle User group

I am now a member of the AUFO (Association des Utilisateurs Francophone d’Oracle) which is the user group of Oracle Products.

So from time to time I will keep then english world in touch on this blog with thoughts and changes occuring in Paris with Oracle.

This is really great because our discussion and presentations are then sent to Oracle for new ideas. This is new for me and it’s really cool.

I have been to a meeting last friday discussing archiving of data, its problematic and some solution. I haven’t push the idea further but I think there’s even more to discuss about on this subject.

The next post will be about archiving : )

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