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20 Page Views per WEEK + 7K Twitter Impressions per WEEK Selling Website & Twitter acc.

Why are you selling this site?
Wanted to flip it in the short term to move on to bigger projects
How is it monetized?
Ecommerce/dropshipping:
– All products are dropshipped, so you only buy from the supplier with the customer's money after they purchase the product from you first.
– This site uses WooCommerce: a FREE alternative to Shopify. It's more complicated to set up, but I already set it up. So you can just enjoy the free eCommerce benefits without…

20 Page Views per WEEK + 7K Twitter Impressions per WEEK Selling Website & Twitter acc.

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Scheduled snapshots of views (without materialized views or Golden Gate)?

I have 40 views in an Oracle 18c GIS database that are used in a map in a workorder management system (WMS).

  • The views are served up to the WMS map via a web service/REST.
  • The views have an average of 10,000 rows per view.

The views have joins to dblink-tables in a separate Oracle database, and as a result, are not fast enough for use in the WMS map (3-second map refresh delay). Furthermore, it seems like a bad idea to compute the views each time a user refreshes the map; since the map does not need to be up-to-date in real-time (an unnecessary burden on the DB).

As an alternative, I would like to take snapshots of the views on a weekly basis. The snapshots would be static tables that would perform much better in the WMS map.

The Catch:

Unfortunately, due to office politics challenges, using technology like materialized views or Oracle’s Golden Gate to solve this problem is not an option.


What are my options for taking scheduled snapshots of Oracle views (without using materialized views or Golden Gate)?

For example, I could make an .SQL script that truncates static tables and inserts the rows from the views into the tables (on some sort of schedule). But as a novice, I don’t know how efficient or risky that option would be, or if there are better alternatives.

How to manage disk space allocation for materialized views?

Summary: I have materialized views in oracle 11g that seem to hog disk space, unlike normal tables that mark rows as deleted and stats eventually show them as free space (allocated to the table, allowing reuse). Tablespace usage only grows for materialized views unlike stats for origin tables. Tested in Oracle 12c with same results. How to ensure MV reuse space from deleted rows?

What have I done? I have these partitioned materialized views set up in a separate schema, separate tablespace from the origin tables (i know they could have partitions created dynamically, call it technical debt).

CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW replication_schema.origin_table PARTITION BY RANGE(tbl_timestamp)  (     PARTITION tbl_before_2016 VALUES LESS THAN (TO_TIMESTAMP('2016-01-01 00:00:00','YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS')),     PARTITION tbl_2016_01 VALUES LESS THAN (TO_TIMESTAMP('2016-02-01 00:00:00','YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS')),     PARTITION tbl_2016_02 VALUES LESS THAN (TO_TIMESTAMP('2016-03-01 00:00:00','YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS')), ...  PARTITION tbl_after_2025 VALUES LESS THAN (MAXVALUE) ) REFRESH FORCE ON DEMAND START WITH SYSDATE NEXT sysdate+1/1440 AS SELECT * FROM origin_schema.table; 

And they have some indexes on them as well, some global and some are local.

CREATE INDEX tbl_account_index ON replication_schema.origin_table (tbl_account DESC) LOCAL; CREATE INDEX tbl_column1_index ON replication_schema.origin_table (tbl_column1 DESC) LOCAL; CREATE INDEX tbl_column2_index ON replication_schema.origin_table (tbl_column2 DESC) LOCAL; CREATE INDEX tbl_column3_index ON replication_schema.origin_table (tbl_column3 DESC); CREATE INDEX tbl_column4_index ON replication_schema.origin_table (tbl_column4 DESC); 

Most of the time they get new rows (about 4M/mo) but users have set up a process to delete old rows from the origin table every two weeks. They can delete up to 500K/1M rows from each replicated table, every time.

There are seven materialized views in this schema. Each one extract data from one origin table.

What we see is that, contrary to what happens with the origin table, the space reported as free in dba_ tables does not change over time and tablespace usage only grows from these materialized views.

If I wait a while after deleting rows and run this query:

select df.tablespace_name "Tablespace", totalusedspace "Used MB", (df.totalspace - tu.totalusedspace) "Free MB", df.totalspace "Total MB", round(100 * ( (df.totalspace - tu.totalusedspace)/ df.totalspace)) "Pct. Free" from (select tablespace_name, round(sum(bytes) / 1048576) TotalSpace from dba_data_files  group by tablespace_name) df, (select round(sum(bytes)/(1024*1024)) totalusedspace, tablespace_name from dba_segments  group by tablespace_name) tu where df.tablespace_name = tu.tablespace_name and df.totalspace <>0 ; 

It shows an increase in the Free MB column (space in dba_data_files minus allocation declared in dba_segment) for origin tablespace but the used MB for replication never decrease, only increase on new rows (over three years now)

Tablespace      Used MB    Free MB  Total MB   Pct. Free SYSTEM          491        9        500        2 SYSAUX          1628       162      1790       9 UNDOTBS1        0          9645     9645       100 ORIGIN_DATA     2705       1391     4096       34 ORIGIN_REP_DATA **1975**   2121     4096       52 

That tablespace only holds these materialized views. There’s no other object there being used.

I tried the advisor to see what can I do:

variable id number; begin   declare   name varchar2(100);   descr varchar2(500);   obj_id number;   begin   name:='REPCHECK';   descr:='Replication advisory';    dbms_advisor.create_task (     advisor_name     => 'Segment Advisor',     task_id          => :id,     task_name        => name,     task_desc        => descr);    dbms_advisor.create_object (     task_name        => name,     object_type      => 'TABLE',     attr1            => 'REPLICATION_SCHEMA',     attr2            => 'ORIGIN_TABLE',     attr3            => NULL,     attr4            => NULL,     attr5            => NULL,     object_id        => obj_id);    dbms_advisor.set_task_parameter(     task_name        => name,     parameter        => 'recommend_all',     value            => 'TRUE');    dbms_advisor.execute_task(name);   end; end;  / 

And it says

Perform re-org on the origin_table object, estimated savings is xxx bytes

If I try querying recommendations through procedure:

select    tablespace_name,    allocated_space,    used_space reclaimable_space from    table(dbms_space.asa_recommendations('TRUE', 'TRUE', 'ALL')) 

It returns

ORIGIN_REP_DATA 100663296   38419844 

But I only get errors when trying to run SHRINK SPACE or COMPRESS options

ORA-10635: Invalid segment or tablespace type 10635. 00000 – “Invalid segment or tablespace type” *Cause: Cannot shrink the segment because it is not in auto segment space managed tablespace or it is not a data, index or lob segment. *Action: Check the tablespace and segment type and reissue the statement

Long story short: What can I do to avoiding disk space wasting in this materialized views? How to perform maintenance on them? Shall I drop them and recreate them? Datafiles usage in tablespace is growing about 10GB per month and I’m running out of time (and space). Thanks.

Sharepoint problem creating two views for top level and folder level

I have a doc library which is using a content type. This doclib has subfolders. The subfolders have word / excel documents.

My requirement is two views (both default views)

  1. when you click on the library the folders underneath show up as a list as usual. for that, edit the “All Documents” view and change the folders setting Show this view = In top level folder.

  2. And then I need a different view when any folder is clicked. this view will have a group on one of the column, and in the folders setting under “Show this view:”, “In folders of content type: Folder” should be selected, also mark this view as default also.

When I do this manually, it works fine as per Need a different views for Folders & Files in Document Library

So basically the end result that I need is two views as below

Views—————–Show In———-Default View

All Documents———–Top-Level—————–Yes

FolderView—————Folder——————-Yes

when I use code, it is not working.

Below is my code:

        SPSite site = properties.Feature.Parent as SPSite;         SPWeb web = site.RootWeb;          SPDocumentLibrary lib = web.Lists["libraryName"] as SPDocumentLibrary;          StringCollection strViewFields = lib.Views["All Documents"].ViewFields.ToStringCollection();          string viewQuery = @"             <GroupBy Collapse=""FALSE"" GroupLimit=""100"">               <FieldRef Name=""AColumn"" Ascending=""TRUE"" />             </GroupBy>";          var folderView = lib.Views.Add("FolderView", strViewFields, viewQuery, 100, true, false);           //folderView.ContentTypeId = new SPContentTypeId("0x0120D5");         //folderView.ContentTypeId = new SPContentTypeId("0x0120");          folderView.ContentTypeId = SPBuiltInContentTypeId.Folder;         folderView.DefaultView = true;         folderView.Update();           var allDocumentsView = lib.Views["All Documents"];         allDocumentsView.ContentTypeId = new SPContentTypeId("0x012001"); //"In the Top level folder"         allDocumentsView.DefaultView = true;         allDocumentsView.Update();           lib.Update(); 

But when I run this code, go to my document library’s settings, under Views… I see the All Documents View as default and FolderView is not default and “Show In column” is empty.

The FolderView although it gets created but it does not show as default and does not show the folder setting. When I click on the Folderview and hit OK button without any changes, the folder setting now magically shows up as “Show In” Folder.

Is this a bug in my code? Can any one please help? Basically I am trying to do this in code as per this!

Create the view to show at the root set it as default view

Create the view to show inside folders set it as default view, but also down in the folders section set Show this view to In folder of content type: <Your folder content type>

Go back to the root view and change Show this view to In the top-level folder

Any ideas?

Is it possible to create a single list, and have filtered views of it on different pages?

I have an out-of-the-box SharePoint 2010 site and want to implement a Knowledge Base in the form of a simple list. This should be straight-forward.

However, if I have a column in the list, say ‘Appliance’, can I then have an Appliance-specific version of the list on another page, i.e.

  • the list only displays list entries where the Appliance is a hard-coded type, e.g. ‘Washing Machine’

  • the Appliance column is not shown

  • when adding a new entry, the Appliance field is set to ‘Washing Machine’ and is not shown

That last point is not essential, but if the Appliance field is shown then it should default to ‘Washing Machine’

So one ‘master’ list, but several views on different Appliance-specific pages

Copy List Views to Another independent existing list SharePoint2013

I have a dozen Lists, each independent. Each houses the same columns, titles, etc. But, the data within each list is unique to that list; one list for apples. Another list for oranges, etc. I need to make a VIEW for EACH list that is identical in terms of the columns displayed in some given order. For example, the Apple list will always show Quantity, price, location, vendor, etc. Same columns as the Orange list will show on its page. Can I make a view in Apples that dictates what columns display in what order and just copy that view into my other lists? This is not a templating issue… the lists already exist with independent data.

Copy List Views to Another independent existing list SharePoint2013

I have a dozen Lists, each independent. Each houses the same columns, titles, etc. But, the data within each list is unique to that list; one list for apples. Another list for oranges, etc. I need to make a VIEW for EACH list that is identical in terms of the columns displayed in some given order. For example, the Apple list will always show Quantity, price, location, vendor, etc. Same columns as the Orange list will show on its page. Can I make a view in Apples that dictates what columns display in what order and just copy that view into my other lists? This is not a templating issue… the lists already exist with independent data.