Jan 11 2009

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Ittichai Chammavanijakul

Location: Chicago, IL, USA

I’ve been involved in many aspects of Oracle database technologies including RAC, ASM, Data Guard and Streams. I enjoy working on database and SQL performance tunings. I’ve also been interested in rapid web development using Oracle APEX.

In my current role as an IT technical manager and data warehouse architect with Motorola Solutions, I have architected and managed many business-driven solutions and implementations using Oracle and other vendors’ products to meet critical business needs especially in data warehousing and business intelligence areas.

Certifications:

  • OCM 10g
  • OCP 8i, 9i, 10g and 11g
  • Cisco Certified Network Associate
  • Sun Certified System Administrator
  • Microsoft Certified Professional

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9 Responses to “About”

  1. Javier Perez Diaz says:

    HI:

    Incredible, two people with the same template site … and more incredible with same concept !!!
    Your site is excellent.

    Javier Pérez Díaz
    http://www.e-japd.com // http://www.orarock.com

  2. ittichai says:

    Wow! Agreed.. What a Coincident!

    BTW, I like your Radioactive man.

    Thanks for stopping by.

  3. Aman.... says:

    Hehehe, not just two, there is one more who has the same theme, http://antognini.ch/ ;-)

    Cheers
    Aman….

  4. lek_cpe says:

    Outstanding thai OCM krub.

  5. lek_cpe says:

    Dear K.ittichai,
    I have copy post and show you credit to my blog na krub.

  6. Sqlplus HTML reports - AskDba.org Weblog | AskDba.org Weblog says:

    […] team to monitor AQ and wanted html formatting of table data. On searching I found this link from Ittichai Chammavanijakul  which makes use of css formatting to generate good visual […]

  7. Thu Tran says:

    Hi,

    I’m very new in APEX. In my case i already have a page master details. i just want to add a column to attach a document with blob type. Do I still need to create a separate table call tbl_attach_file with attach_id, attach_data, ….attach_filename….? I’m confuse. Can you help step by step how to do it.

    Thu Tran

    • ittichai says:

      It depends on your design. You can just add a new BLOB column and move data from upload table to it, or you can retain the upload table and have the ID column pointing to main table via foreign key.

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