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  • Got Git? Then Git Going!

    Y’all got Git? Then ‘Git’ going by connecting your GitHub repository to your Stat Repository. And by golly, you’ll be versioning Git code quicker than two shakes of a sheep’s tail. So here’s what I’m fixin to...
  • Who Moved My Migration Console?

    A frail play on the “Who moved my cheese” title. Within the latest releases of Stat I’m sure you noticed by now the new “Migration Console” provided. Initially, I must confess, I found I was a bit surprised at first. ...
  • Stat Central Agent Jobs; you may need more than you think!

    Q: Who needs to read this? A: Stat Administrators Q: Who can freely ignore this? A: Stat Developers, Stat Functional Users. How many jobs do you have? 1, 2, 3? That’s it? If you've got less than 5 jobs , and I don’t mean to offend...
  • In Case of Emergency…Release Recovery Wizard

    Whether it’s a case of an undiscovered bug in TEST, or an absent minded application owner, occasionally you will need to back out a change that you’ve applied. That’s not so tough you say. After all that’s a large part of why we...
  • Please Release Me… Let me go…

    To be clear, this blog post will focus on Stat specific to Release Management and not the song. What’s Important? There are several key items that are important to know for Release Management: Your Stat Admin must create the release “labels”...
  • New Release of Stat 5.7.2

    So, I'm a little late with this announcement. No excuses, just late. Feel free to send me hate email. :-) We are excited to announce a new version of Stat 5.7.2 which is now ready for download from our support website. Look What's New: ...
  • To Patch (quickly) or not to Patch (quickly)? That is the question.

    With the advent of Oracle Release 12.2.x, Oracle has delivered to its customers the ability to do online patching for their environments. According to Oracle, this new feature will help customers “greatly reduce the downtime that was needed in previous...
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