Sunday, 15 September 2013

Installing Oracle 11g

                                                        Assalamualaikum n Hai..

       I'll share how to install Oracle 11g in Window. Hope this few steps can help anybody whose still clueless about it..

*The important thing before you start to install Oracle 11g, you must make sure that your PC NOT CONNECTED TO ANY NETWORK!!

                                      ******************** INSTALL ORACLE 11g ********************

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1. Click on 'setup' icon in the folder that u have download before, then the window like Figure 2 will be appear. After that wait until the window like Figure 3 appear before you'll continue the installing progress.

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 2. In Figure 4, if you want to receive any to receive security issue notification via email, you can tick in the provided box and insert your e-mail address.

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 3. If you don't insert your e-mail, the pop-up in Figure 5 will appear. Just click on 'Yes' button if you wish to remain uninformed of critical security issues in configuration via email.

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 4. As this tutorial is about installation of Oracle, then you just tick on "Install database software only" and click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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 5. Tick on "Single instance database installation" and click on 'Next' button to proceed.
     ~ For more detail about "single instance database installation", feel free to click here =D ~

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 6. Choose the language that you'll use in this software i.e English.

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 7. Tick on "Enterprise Edition (3.34 GB)", then click on 'Next' to proceed.

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 8. Look at the Oracle Base and Software Location, its' the location of your software being installed. If something happen to your Oracle, you can refer to the location.

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 9. For Figure 11, you have to wait until the system done it's checking, then the Figure 12 will appear.

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 10. After you click on 'Finish' button in Figure 12, the Figure 13 will appear. Now process of installing the Oracle is start. You must not interrupt the process, or the software will not work properly.

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11. Before process in Figure 13 finished, pop-up like Figure 14 will appear. You can choose whether 'Allow access' or 'Cancel' it. After clicking any button, the process is finished. Window in Figure 15 will appear as the process of installing Oracle 11g is finished.

~For more detail about Figure 14, feel free to read it here ~

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12. To make reconfirmation whether the installation are finished or not, you can click on
        Start - All programs - Oracle - Application Development - SQL Plus. Then Figure 17  will appear.

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13. Here you need to insert your user-name and password. The password will not appear in the screen, so, you just need to type the real password. Then if, the installation is settled, the message that appear is
    " Connected to :
       Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Editing Release - 64bit Production With the Partitioning,             OLAP, Data Mining and Real Application Testing options".

                                    ********************* TO CREATE DATABASE*********************

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1. Click on Start - All program - Oracle - Configuration and Migration Tool - Database Configuration Assistant. Then, window like in Figure 19 will appear. Click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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 2. Tick on "Create Database", then click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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 3. Tick on "General Purpose or Transaction Processing", then click on 'Next' button to proceed.
 if for Oracle 10g, the reason we choose "General Purpose or Transaction Processing" is because we can minimize input required. You can create your database more quickly than with the advanced type.  As for Oracle 11g, i cannot find the reason, but i think the reason is the same as in Oracle 10g.

~ For more details, you can read here and here. ~

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 4. Insert any name, then click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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 5. Tick on "Configure Enterprise Manager" and " Configure Database Control for local management", then click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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 6. If you not add any Listener yet, this pop-up will appear. You have to add Listener first, then you can proceed. For more detail, please refer to "ADD LISTENER" steps below.

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7. After you have add your Listener, Figure 25 will appear. Now you need to create any password and both of them must match. If both passwords not match, Figure 26 will appear.

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8. Tick on "Use Database File Locations From Template", then click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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9. Tick on "Specify Flash Recovery Area", then click 'Next' button to proceed.

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10. Click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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11. Tick on "Typical" and "Use Automatic Memory Management", then click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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12. Click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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13. Tick on "Create Database", then click on 'Finish' button.

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14. After you click on 'Finish' button. Figure 32 will appear, then click on 'OK' button, then window in Figure 34 will appear. You have to wait until window just like in Figure 35 appear. Lastly you will click 'Exit' button. It's mean, your database has been created.

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                                           *********************** ADD LISTENER ********************

# From Figure 24, if you do not have any Listener yet, you have to add first before you proceed process of creating database.

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1. Click on Start - All Programs - Oracle - Configuration and Migration Tools - Next Configuration Assistant. Then Figure 37 will appear. Tick on "Listener Configuration", then click 'Next' button to proceed.

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2. Tick on "Add", then click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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3. You can name the Listener by using any name, then click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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4. Choose the Selected Protocol i.e TCP, then click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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5. Tick on 'Use the standard port number of 1521, then click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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6. After click on 'Next' button in Figure 42, this pop-up will appear. You can choose either "Allow access" or "Cancel".

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7. Tick on "No", then click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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8. Your Listener configuration is complete!! Click on 'Next' button to proceed.

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 9. Tick on Listener configuration, then click on 'Finish' button. Finally the process of adding listener is complete !! =D

                                      ***************** CHECKING THE ORACLE 11g ****************

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1. Click on Start - All programs - Oracle - Database Control-Afifah

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2. Please insert the "User name" and 'Password", then click on 'Login'. The password is based on password that you've created before. Please look at Figure 21 for more detail.

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 3. After you have success to login, Figure 42 is shown. If the "Status" in "General" shown "Up", it's means, your software is ready to use.

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4. Finally, if you have 'Log Out', Figure 43 will be shown.


Alhamdulillah, that's all that I can share. Hope this few steps can help anyone.. Thanks  =D

There are a lots of website that share everything about Oracle 11g ..
Feel free to drop here and here =D.. All the best to those who want to install Oracle 11g..

Tuesday, 27 December 2011

IT Career Trends

Rapid advances in technology are changing our world every day. Did you know that some IT jobs may not exist as they do now by the time today’s high school students are in the work world?

The world of software and IT is a world of exploding possibilities that almost defy definition. Change in the ways and means in which information is created, stored, shared and used affects virtually every other industry in the economy. As the software developers and hardware manufacturers come up with even more products, they exponentially increase the possibilities of IT.
Yesterday’s dreams are today’s possibilities and tomorrow’s realities.
The following links offer some perspective on software career trends:
"Tomorrow’s IT jobs" & "IT labour market statistics" outline the employment picture for large, medium and small employers.

Tomorrow’s Job Market

In the near future, people will work at jobs we never even imagined today.
Technology will continue to set the pace for jobs. As technology becomes a greater part of doing business, more computer-related jobs will be created. Most employers will look for people who not only have technical skills, but also have workplace skills such as the ability to:
  • listen
  • solve problems
  • interact with co-workers
Jobs in demand in the near future include:
*Source: IDC Canada – Leading IT Skills in Demand within Canadian Organizations in 2004

"IT Innovations" presents possibilities to spark ideas for career planning.

Harvard Bussiness School

alhamdulillah kami sudah selesai mem"present" HBS pada 14hb Disember 2011 bersamaan hari Rabu..hehehe

kumpulan kami dapat soalan
"What innovation can be introduce in improving mobile phone industries in terms of communities uses and work???"

Our suggestion answers are:
1. GPS - no need to type. just talk to the device,so it will locate the location you want to go. ease your work especially while you're driving.
2. Make mobile phone as a credit card.. no need to use wallet anymore..other people will not know how much money that we have.
3. Use fingerprint or voice to unlock the phone.
4. Charge battery using solar energy.. As we are leading to green live,by using solar energy, we'll use less electric.
5. using auto-cad in mobile phone. ease the engineer to work,anytime they have any idea, just draw it in mobile phone.
6. Use mobile phone as projector.

~nota yg perlu dibaca.....

~ni plak link xmind utk hbs ni...