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Database Manageability: Diagnosibility archived Webcasts (Doc ID 1268733.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 08, 2019

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This note provides archived recordings of 11g Diagnosibility Advisor Webcasts

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Session 1:

Topic: 11g Diagnosibility for Korean customer
Language: Korean
Recording date: Thursday, 11. November 2010 3:00
  Europe Time (Berlin, GMT+01:00)
Duration: 42 minutes
Size: 24,7 MB


Video - recording session 1 (Korean)

Session 2:

Topic: 11g Diagnosibility for Chinese customer
Language: Chinese
Recording date: Wednesday, 8. December 2010 3:00
  Europe Time (Berlin, GMT+01:00)
Duration: 51 minutes
Size: 33,3 MB


Video - recording session 1 (China)

Session 3:

Topic: 11g Diagnosibility for Chinese customer
Language: Chinese
Recording date: Thursday, 9. December 2010 3:00
  Europe Time (Berlin, GMT+01:00)
Duration: 42 minutes
Size: 32,6 MB


Video - recording session 2 (China)

Session 4:

Topic: 11g Diagnosibility for German customer
Language: German
Recording date: Thursday, 14. December 2010 10:30
  Europe Time (Berlin, GMT+01:00)
Duration: 66 minutes
Size: 37,6 MB


Video - recording session 4 (Germany)

 

 

 

 

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