TORMME

TORMMETORMME

Developer’s Description

TORMME is an advanced solution integrated to the database system Oracle, it is a tool of asynchronous replication, that it allows the implementation to the contingency of the database system tables, and simultaneously it manages and it monitors every answered environment, with total security and reliability, could be accessed of any point, at any moment, besides it saw WAP, allowing total controls and optimizing the acting of the replication considerably among the tables of database systems ORACLE.

With a record-intuitive feature of easy view and operation. Indispensable qualities to facilitate the any user, besides to detect and to correct quickly any problem that appears in a certain operation for fortune, without committing the integrity of the data, in real time, and assuring that there is not any paralyzation in other operations made in the moment. There are three operation interfaces to the answered environment: Windows, Web, and WAP.

Solution Replication Monitoring and Integrated Technology Oracle. Multi-platform solution, independent of the platform where the Oracle database resides. Solution independent of version or edition of the Oracle database.

“The velvet fog” was a professional singer at three, a radio personality at four, a published composer at 15, and a film actor at 18. Coming to Hollywood as a drummer in the Chico Marx Band, Mel Tormé made his film debut as a singing/dancing house servant in Higher and Higher (1943). While his celebrity status was assured with his oft-recorded ballad “The Christmas Song,” Tormé remained a supporting actor throughout the 1940s in films like Junior Miss (1947) and Good News (1950). His dramatic ability was first tapped in the 1957 Playhouse 90 television drama, The Comedian, in which he played the jellyfish younger brother of dictatorial TV comic Mickey Rooney. Tormé then went on to play a villain in the inexpensive crime flick Girls Town (1957), before reverting to good guy and best friend assignments. Motion pictures have never really been Tormé’s priority: he’s been too busy writing songs, recording albums, and penning biographies of such contemporaries as Judy Garland and Buddy Rich. In the 1980s, Mel Tormé was a frequent guest star on the TV sitcom Night Court, an offshoot of the well-publicized fact that Tormé was the idol of that series star, Harry Anderson.

TORMME is an advanced solution integrated with Oracle’s database system, it is an asynchronous replication tool, which allows it to execute contingency on database system tables, and at the same time it manages and monitors this night-missed environment, with total security and reliability, can be accessed at any point, at any moment, other than this detected WAP, allowing total control and optimization of the performance of large replication between tables of systems Oracle database.

With an intuitive recording feature of easy viewing and operation. Absolutely necessary features to facilitate any user, in addition to detect and to quickly correct any problems that arise in a certain operation for fate, without compromising the integrity of the data, in real time, and ensuring that there is not any paralyzation in other functions performed at the moment. There are three interface operations in the answered environment: Windows, Web, and WAP.

Requirements

Windows NT / 2000 / XP / 2003 Server / Vista
Limitations:

Two database systems, five tables

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