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Top Gear's Falklands number plate row was provoked deliberately, Argentine judge rules

Jeremy Clarkson and the Top Gear crew intentionally provoked an Argentinian reaction by driving through parts of the country with a licence plate referencing the Falklands conflict, a judge has ruled.









Oldest footage of London landmarks released

Incredible historic footage showing iconic London landmarks as they were more than a hundred years ago has been released.









Disney criticised for lack of female superhero toys after Avengers: Age of Ultron merchandise range does not include Black Widow

Disney has come under fire for what's viewed as a poor showing of female superheroes in official merchandise.









Game of Thrones: Visit the real-life kingdom of Westeros to see where violent history ends and telly tourism begins

After spending two days touring the ruggedly gorgeous locations that Northern Ireland has lent to the HBO series Game of Thrones, a view opens up that really takes my breath away. Late in the afternoon on a March day of stiff north-westerlies, sudden showers and fitful sunbursts, we stop outside Portballintrae, close to the Giant's Causeway on the North Antrim coast. On its basalt outcrop high above the waves, the turreted ruins of Dunluce Castle – or House of Greyjoy, as Game of Thrones fans will know it – look ready for their close-up.


Photographer Alex Masi's chance shot of a young girl in Bhopal transformed both of their lives

On 24 August 2009, as monsoon season arrived in central India, Alex Masi took a picture… and lives changed. He was in Bhopal, photographing a boy called Sachin Jatev, who had leg paralysis and skeletal deformity, possibly as a result of the 1984 gas leak that devastated the area. "It began to rain very hard," recalls Masi, now 34, an Italian-born, London-based photojournalist who last year also photographed the heavily polluted Bhopal region 30 years after the disaster for The New Review. "It hadn't rained for a while, so the children went a bit crazy. In that moment, I captured Sachin's younger sister Poonam refreshing in the rain. I was taking shelter under a plastic sheet and she was right in front of me. For a brief moment she took in the rain and then she realised I was taking photos and ran away."









Invisible ink no 273: Mary Elizabeth Braddon

There are authors whose lives mirror their novels, none more so than Mary Elizabeth Braddon, who was born in London’s Soho in 1835 and took to playing matronly roles on the stage, even when young, in order to support herself and her mother.









Spinster: A Life of One’s Own by Kate Bolick, book review:

In an entertaining but fundamentally unsatisfying reclamation of spinsterhood, Kate Bolick puts a stake through the heart of Bridget Jones, the singleton who wanted to be anything but.









Best running books: Whether you like a jog, a scamper, or a marathon...

Today sees both the most prestigious city marathon in the world and the biggest charity fundraiser of its type take place on the streets of London: the Virgin London Marathon. The popularity of this extraordinary event, which welcomes both the super-elite and have-a-go heroes, is reflected in the current variety of titles available to runners – whatever their level or temperament.









Xinran interview: Buy Me the Sky author on why her book is inspired by China's one-child policy

On my way to Xinran’s flat, I walk across Hyde Park on a spring day. Tourists from all over the world are pootling about, walking and cycling in the sun. If Xinran were here, I think, she’d somehow end up learning all their life stories between one side of the park and the other.









Romantic Outlaws by Charlotte Gordon, book review: Rational creatures

There is, admits Charlotte Gordon, no shortage of biographies about the English feminist philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft or her daughter, Mary Shelley, the author of Frankenstein. Gordon takes a fresh approach, chronologically comparing and contrasting the women’s fortunes from birth to death. In alternate chapters she explores their influences, writing, and unconventional relationships in forensic detail. Gordon portrays Wollstonecraft and Shelley as clever, courageous women who constantly strove to live life on their own terms.










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Bristol to get 'listening out' squawk

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Retailers reminded of dangerous goods rules following conviction

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Passengers at UK airports increase for the fourth year in a row

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CAA confirms plans for creation of "aviation ombudsman"

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CAA announces more positive news for GA at Duxford event

Building on a year of positive change for UK General Aviation (GA), the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced further updates at a major briefing for the GA community today. The announcements are part of the CAA's work to make regulation of the UK's GA sector more proportionate and evidence-based. Announced at the event was a new exemption from existing rules that will, allow paid recurrent flight training or testing in aircraft that have a Permit to Fly airworthiness certification. Also

Consultation on General Aviation rules and regulations launched

A root and branch review of many of the national rules and regulations that affect UK General Aviation (GA) is underway through a consultation on the elements in the Air Navigation Order (ANO) that affect GA. The review follows a commitment made by the CAA, in response to the Government's Red Tape Challenge, to reform the regulatory regime for the UK's GA sector. Pilot licensing, operations and airworthiness rules are covered in the consultation with a view to deregulating or delegating w


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Contents

This intensive hands on Discoverer 9i Administration training course is broken down into twenty one sections and includes the following aspects:

The Discoverer End User Layer
Administrator Business Areas and Simple Folders
Administrating Oracle Discoverer
Complex and Custom Folders in Discoverer Administrator
Aggregating Data in Discoverer Administrator using Drilling and Hierarchies
Scheduling Discoverer Workbooks as the Administrator
Tuning the Discoverer End User Layer with Summaries and Materialized Views
Setting Security and Privilege in Discoverer Administrator
Routine Tasks for maintaining the End User Layer in Discoverer Administrator



Exercises

There are practical and comprehensive exercises scheduled throughout the course to ensure delegates leave with a sound theoretical and practical knowledge.

The exercises include:

Creation of a Discoverer End User Layer
Simple Business Areas and Folders Creation
Setting up Users and their security in Oracle Discoverer
Creating hierarchies, joins and conditions for drilling



Duration

Three Days

Oracle Discoverer 9i Administration course details.

Oracle Discoverer 9i Administration
Training Course

Synopsis

Oracle Discoverer 9i Administrator governs the environment that Discoverer Users exist and operate in.

It is used to perform mandatory tasks such as creating and granting access to Business Areas.

It is also used to perform tasks such as maintaining the End User Layer and setting default item names and table characteristics.



Pre-Requisite Course(s)

Essential SQL (Optional)
Discoverer 9i Desktop

Suggested Further Course(s)

None



This intensive training course has a dynamic face to face, tutor led learning framework and is delivered by an experienced Oracle professional. In-depth course notes are provided in a presentation file for the delegate to use, and this becomes a valuable reference guide following the course.

On completion all delegates receive a certificate.



On Site or Off Site ?

On Site

All that we require is a private room with tables and chairs, that is large enough to comfortably hold your delegates and a tutor. We will provide each delegate with an individual laptop and all other equipment that is required.

Off Site

If you prefer instead of delivering on site we can deliver the course off site at Seer House, Swansea or we will be happy to arrange a neutral venue that is convenient for you (please be aware this will incur additional costs).



Weekday or Weekend ?

This course has the provision to be delivered over the weekend.
Ideal for your company, if you are working on projects with tight timescales or need to train employees with incredibly busy working weeks.



Standard or Customised ?

If you feel that this is not entirely suitable for your company requirements we offer the service of creating bespoke training packages. We can either customise this training to your exact company requirements or work with you to build a completely new one (please be aware this will incur additional costs).



Contact Details

Please contact us on
+44 (0) 800 157 7519 or email at training@seercomputing.com