ORA-00093: _shared_pool_reserved_min_alloc must be between 4000 and 11744051

ORA-00093: _shared_pool_reserved_min_alloc must be between 4000 and 11744051
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This error occur in case you have miss used values of memory_target and memory_max_target.

To overcome the same follow the following steps

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Mass Change of Material Groups in Material Master (SAP MM)

Mass Change of Material Groups in Material Master (SAP MM)

If you want to change the several materials old material group to new material group then follow the following steps :- 

Step 1. Find all the materials with old material group either from MM60 or SE16(MARA table)

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Error :Specify KERN_DIR= while Installing VirtualBox Guest Additions

Error :Specify KERN_DIR= while Installing VirtualBox Guest Additions
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Issue Description

While installing Guest Additions faced with the following error

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How to search a new line character and remove it from your database?

How to search a new line character and remove it from your database?

Introduction

While working on the Database, I encountered an unique issue where I found a new line character ('\n' or Enter) at the end of my data. This leads to wrong output.

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Temporary tables in Oracle Database

Temporary tables in Oracle Database

Consider the following situation - a customer goes to a travel website to find out the different options for travelling to his vacation spot. For this, he/she creates a number of iteneraries out of which only one will be finalized at the end or all of them will be discarded. These iteneraries donot need to be stored in the database on a permanent basis. Storing them in a temporary table to be discarded/deleted at the end of session/transaction makes sense in such cases.

Simply put, temporary tables are used to store data temporarily during a transaction or session.

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