Oracle 9i Application Server
How Does Web Caching for Oracle9i Application Server Work?
Oracle9i AS takes the pressure off of busy websites by storing frequently accessed pages in memory. The result is a dramatic increase in site scalability and performance, without the need for additional computing resources in the middle tier. Unlike legacy cache servers which only handle static data, Oracle's Web caching accelerates the delivery of both static and dynamically generated Web content, thereby improving response times for feature-rich pages. Check out the Oracle9i AS technical papers and product documentation for more information.
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Stock quote alerts on cell phone
I wanted to be paged on my cell phone when the Oracle stock fell to
a certain price or rose to another price. I first thought of doing this
myself but found that Yahoo! preceded me and offered the service for free!
So why re-invent a wheel? Just go to http://finance.yahoo.com/,
select a stock like ORCL and get the quote. Once the quote is displayed,
look just below the quote: there is a link called 'Set Alert'. That's where
you have to go. The amazing thing is that Yahoo! provides for free
more alert functionality than E*Trade who makes you pay for it. I'm so
glad I closed my account there. I now get much faster executions, way better
customer service (not hard) and I pay half for each trade...
With the email package documented in an article I wrote in October 2000, sending an email from Oracle 8i Release 2 and beyond only takes one command:
p_subject=> 'System Alert',
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