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Mark A. Williams

Put Your Arrays in a Bind

Use array binding to reduce network round-trips and increase performance. By Mark Williams September/October 2009 One of the best things about the combination of...

The Right Transaction

Choose the ODP.NET transaction type that fits your business rules. By Mark Williams May/June 2009 Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) offers two...

Instant ODP.NET Deployment

Deploy ODP.NET applications instantly with Oracle Data Access Components. By Mark A. Williams November/December 2008 Deploying applications can sometimes be a...

Customize the Experience

Use the built-in capabilities of ODP.NET to provide globalization and personalization. By Mark A. Williams September/October 2008 The user interface in an Oracle...

Cache Payback

Put performance in your pocket with the client result cache. By Mark A. Williams July/August 2008 Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) enables you to take...

Using PL/SQL Associative Arrays

Bring the power of PL/SQL stored procedures to ODP.NET. By Mark A. Williams January/February 2007 Suppose you've just received an e-mail detailing several IT...

Debugging PL/SQL from .NET

Debug PL/SQL in Microsoft Visual Studio with Oracle Developer Tools. By Mark A. Williams September/October 2006 Debugging PL/SQL code in Microsoft Visual Studio...

Improve ODP.NET Performance

Take advantage of connection pooling, fetch size controls, and statement caching. By Mark A. Williams July/August 2006 For features and performance, Oracle Data...

Following the Changes, Part Two

  Use database change notification with ODP.NET and Oracle Database 10g Release 2. By Mark A. Williams May/June 2006   You can access data from Oracle databases in...