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Lokesh Gaglani

Software Test Engineer


This tutorial shows you how to perform a unit test of your PL/SQL code in Oracle SQL Developer 3.0.

Time to Complete

Approximately 30 minutes


The SQL Developer unit testing framework involves a set of sequential steps for each test case. The steps are as follows, including the user input for before the step is run and the framework activities for the step while the test is being run.

  1. Identify the object to be tested.
    • User Input: Identify the object, such as a specific PL/SQL procedure or function.
    • Framework Activities: Select the object for processing.
  2. Perform any startup processing.
    • User Input: Enter the PL/SQL block, or enter NULL for no startup processing.
    • Framework Activities: Execute the block.
  3. Run the unit test object.
    • User Input: (None.)
    • Framework Activities: Execute the unit test.
  4. User Input: Identify the expected return (result), plus any validation rules.
    • User Input: (None.)
    • Framework Activities: Check the results, including for any validation, and store the results.
  5. Perform any end processing (teardown).
    • User Input: Enter the PL/SQL block, or enter NULL for no teardown activities.
    • Framework Activities: Execute the block.


Before starting this tutorial, you should:

  • Install Oracle SQL Developer 3.0 from OTN. Follow the release notes here.
  • Install Oracle Database 11g with sample schema.
  • Unlock the HR user. Login to SQL Developer as the SYS user and execute the following command:
    alter user hr identified by hr account unlock;
  • Download and unzip the to a local folder on your file system. In this tutorial, we use the C:sqldev3.0 folder.

Create a Procedure to Award Bonuses to Employees

In the HR schema, you will create a PL/SQL procedure called AWARD_BONUS which will calculate an employee's bonus if they have a commission_pct. The input parameters for the AWARD_BONUS procedure are the emp_id and the sales_amt. The emp_id identifies the employee, the sales_amt is used in the bonus calculation. Perform the following steps:

1 .

If you installed the SQL Developer icon on your desktop, click the icon to start your SQL Developer and go to Step 4. If you do not have the icon located on your desktop, perform the following steps to create a shortcut to launch SQL Developer 3.0 directly from your desktop.

Open the directory where the SQL Developer 3.0 is located, right-click sqldeveloper.exe (on Windows) or (on Linux) and select Send to > Desktop (create shortcut).

2 .

On the desktop, you will find an icon named Shortcut to sqldeveloper.exe. Double-click the icon to open SQL Developer 3.0.

Note: To rename it, select the icon, press F2 and enter a new name.

3 .

Your Oracle SQL Developer opens.

4 .

Right-click Connections and select New Connection.

5 .

Enter the following and click Test:

Connection Name: HR_ORCL
Username: hr
Password: <your_password>
Select Save Password checkbox
Hostname: localhost
Port: 1521
SID: <your_SID>

6 .

Check for the status of the connection on the left-bottom side (above the Help button). It should read Success. Click Save. Then click Connect.  

7 .

Now you need to create a procedure. In the SQL Worksheet window, enter the following script and click Run Script. This code is also in the file award_bonus.sql from the directory where you downloaded the zip file from the Prerequisites section.

create or replace
PROCEDURE award_bonus (
emp_id NUMBER, sales_amt NUMBER) AS
commission REAL;
comm_missing EXCEPTION;
SELECT commission_pct INTO commission
FROM employees
WHERE employee_id = emp_id;

IF commission IS NULL THEN
RAISE comm_missing;
UPDATE employees
SET salary = salary + sales_amt*commission
WHERE employee_id = emp_id;
END award_bonus;

8 .

Your procedure was created successfully. In the next section, you will create a database user for the unit testing repository.

Creating a Database User for the Testing Repository

In this section, you create a database user called UNIT_TEST_REPOS. You create this user to hold the Unit Testing Repository data.

Perform the following steps:

1 .

Create a connection for the SYS User. Right-click Connections and select New Connection.

2 .

Enter the following information and click Connect.

Connection Name: sys_orcl
Username: sys
Password: <your sys password>
Select Save Password checkbox
Hostname: localhost
Port: 1521
SID: <your_SID>

3 .

Your connection was created successfully. Expand the sys_orcl connection and right-click Other Users and select Create User.

4 .

Enter the following information and select the Roles tab.

Username: unit_test_repos
Password: <your_password>
Default Tablespace: USERS
Temporary Tablespace: TEMP

5 .

Select the Connect and Resource roles and click Apply

6 .

The unit_test_repos user was created successfully. Click Close.

7 .

You now need to create a connection to the unit_test_repos user. This user will hold the unit testing repository data. Right-click Connections and select New Connection.

8 .

Enter the following information and click Connect.

Connection Name: unit_test_repos_orcl
Username: unit_test_repos
Password: <your_password>
Select Save Password checkbox
Hostname: localhost
Port: 1521
SID: <your_SID>

The unit_test_repos user and unit_test_repos_orcl connection were created successfully. 

Creating the Unit Testing Repository

In order to create a unit test, you need to create a unit testing repository. You will create the repository in the schema of the user that you created. Perform the following steps:

1 .

Select Tools > Unit Test > Repository, then select Select Current Repository

2 .

Select the unit_test_repos_orcl connection and click OK.

3 .

You would like to create a new repository. Click Yes.  

4 .

This connection does not have the permissions it needs to create the repository. Click OK to show the permissions that will be applied. 

5 .

Login as the sys user and click OK

6 .

The grant statement is shown. Click Yes.

7 .

The UNIT_TEST_REPOS user needs select access to some required tables. Click OK.

8 .

The grant statements are displayed. Click Yes.

9 .

The UNIT_TEST_REPOS user does not currently have the ability to manage repository owners. Click OK to see the grant statements that will be executed.

10 .

The grant statements are displayed. Click Yes.

11 .

A progress window appears while the repository is created.

12 .

Your repository was created successfully. Click OK.

Creating a Unit Test

Now that the Unit Testing Repository has been created, you need to create a unit test for the PL/SQL procedure you created earlier in this tutorial. Perform the following steps:

1 . 

Select View > Unit Test

2 .

In the Unit Test navigator, right-click Tests and select Create Test.

3 .

In Select Operation, select the HR_ORCL connection that you used to create the AWARD_BONUS procedure.

4 .

Expand Procedures, select AWARD_BONUS and click Next

5 .

In Specify Test Name window, make sure that AWARD_BONUS is specified for Test Name and that Create with single Dummy implementation is selected, then click Next.

6 .

In Specify Startup window, click and select Table or Row Copy from the drop down list box. 

7 .

Enter EMPLOYEES for Source Table and click OK. Note that the table affected by the test will be saved to a temporary table and the query to the table is automatically generated. 

8 .

Click Next.

9 .

In the Specify Parameters window, change the Input string for EMP_ID to 177 and SALES_AMT to 5000 and click Next.

10 .

In the Specify Validations window, select to create a process validation.

11 .

Select Query returning row(s) from the drop down list.

12 .

Specify the following query and click OK. This query will test the results of the change that the unit test performed.

SELECT * FROM employees
  WHERE employee_id = 177 and salary = 9400;

13 .

Click Next.

14 .

In the Specify Teardown window,click and select Table or Row Restore from the drop down list.

15 .

Leave the Row Identifier as Primary Key and click OK.

16 .

Click Next.

17 .

Click Finish.

18 .

Expand Tests. Your test appears in the list.

Running the Unit Test

Next you will run the unit test to see if various values will work. Perform the following steps:

1 .

Select the AWARD_BONUS test in the left navigator. Notice that the test details are displayed on the right panel.

2 .

Run the test by clicking the Debug Implementation .

3 .

The results are displayed. Notice that the test ran successfully. Click Close.

4 .

Expand AWARD_BONUS in the navigator to see the detail nodes.

5 .

At this point you want to test when an Employee does not have a commission percent to see what will happen. You can create another implementation of this same test and then change the test parameters. Right-click AWARD_BONUS and select Add Implementation.

6 .

Enter empty_comm_pct for the Test Implementation Name and click OK.

7 .

Select empty_comm_pct in the left navigator to show the test details for this implementation.

8 .

Change the Input parameter for EMP_ID to 101 and SALES_AMT to 5000. Click Debug Implementation again.

9 .

Click Yes to save your changes before running the test.

10 .

Notice that you received an error. This error indicates that there was an exception because a commission_pct does not exist for this employee. You want to specify this exception in your test. Click Close.

11 .

For Expected Result, select Exception and enter 6510 in the field next to it. This means that an error will not be found if the exception has an error code of 6510. Click Debug Implementation

12 .

Click Yes to confirm changes.

13 .

Notice that the test executed successfully this time because the exception was handled. Click Close

14 .

At this point, you want to run the test and save the results. Click run .

15 .

Your test run has been saved with results for both implementations.

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Killexams : Oracle Is The Best Value In MAD Right Now
Outdoor pavilion of Oracle Open World conference opened at Howard street near Moscone Center in the evening on Sept 22, 2013 in San Francisco, CA, USA.


Setting The Landscape

One of the most competitive, publicized, and future-facing in the market revolves around data, and what to do with it. One acronym that has been put out there is MAD, or Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Data Infrastructure. This industry revolves around storing, accessing, and analyzing the endless amount of data that is now being generated by nearly all entities around the world. Due to the sheer size and relatively young age of the industry, there are not many public companies that exist, but the ones that target this industry are fierce competitors.

For this analysis, I will use the twelve companies outlined in a recently published Houlihan Lokey insight report on the industry. They cover just a tiny fraction of the entire market, but are keenly focused MAD. Remember, names like Amazon’s AWS (AMZN), Microsoft’s Azure (MSFT), and Google’s Cloud (GOOG) are all major entities in the field as well, but the investments are far broader in scope. However, Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) now fits the bill as the best investment for wide exposure to the industry.

While there are certainly merits to diversification of your investments, this article will instead focus directly on the industry. Feel free to discuss your other favorite public, or still private, companies in the comments. I, for one, am waiting for the MariaDB IPO (POND). Anyway, the companies are as follows, in ascending EV/2022E Sales multiple:

As you can see, the list of companies are all quite different in terms of size, valuation, growth, and capabilities. Some are focused on the data side of the equation, while others focus on the analytics and visualization. However, Oracle is one of the most diversified entities across the sector with capabilities in providing data management services, integrated software suites (so users can access the many other companies in the industry), search analytics, and nearly every area. The image below highlights just simple coverage of the complex industry, and I highlighted the companies this research will address.

A summary of the MAD industry

Houlihan Lokey

A summary of all the capabilities of Oracle Cloud

Oracle Website

Growth Vs. Value

While we could spend weeks discussing the qualitative intricacies of every company and how they have the potential for further value, we can see there are some patterns that are noticeable from financial statements. Recently, valuations in the industry were primarily determined by revenue growth and outlook, although the effect is lessening in 2022. As in the two charts below, we can see that ultra-growth peer Snowflake continues to hold on to the highest EV/Sales multiple, but 40% revenue growth rate Alteryx is closing in on the same valuation as Oracle who is expected to have 10% growth in 2022.

The data is clear, investors are now applying increased valuation to companies with high profitability as economic uncertainty weighs on the outlook of unprofitable companies. This change in valuation leadership, led by Oracle, is one of the key factors that allow Oracle to remain the best choice moving into far weaker economic conditions over the coming quarters or years. However, it is important to note that other fairly profitable firms such as Teradata, Palantir, Splunk, or Informatica, may seem to offer a better growth to value proposition, but I will highlight how that may be a mistake to rely on.

A summary of Valuation across the peers

Houlihan Lokey

A summary of revenue growth across peers

Houlihan Lokey

A summary of EBITDA margins across peers

Houlihan Lokey

The Rule of 40 Effect

The tradeoff between growth and profitability is a difficult area to tread, and management in the past have had to choose either one or the other. Then, starting the mid-part of the 2010s, investors began using a new metric to value companies: the Rule of 40. I am sure my readers are familiar with this modern metric, but I will provide a summary by the consultants Bain:

The Rule of 40—the principle that a software company’s combined growth rate and profit margin should exceed 40%—has gained momentum as a high-level gauge of performance for software businesses in latest years, especially in the realms of venture capital and growth equity. Increasingly, software industry executives are embracing the Rule of 40 as an important metric to help measure the trade-offs of balancing growth and profitability.

Management at software firms are now able to prove to investors that there is some value in low profitability, as long as growth is elevated enough. Although, growth rates can change in a flash and lead to sharp declines in valuation. At the same time, slow growers like Oracle can also meet the rule but offer far less volatility.

The two charts below highlight the power of the Rule of 40 when measured for our select group of companies. When valuing the group from only a revenue growth to value standpoint, Oracle looks extremely weak, but when looking from the Rule of 40, Oracle is the clear winner. Perhaps a bargain for the price. The only other companies meeting the Rule of 40 are Snowflake, Alteryx, and Palantir, so we will now narrow our focus moving forward.

A summary of the MAD peers according to valuation and revenue growth

Houlihan Lokey

A summary of MAD peers according to valuation and the Rule of 40

Houlihan Lokey

The above charts are quite interesting because they allow investors to easily assess relative valuations. In the case of Snowflake, they may beat the Rule of 40, but fail to provide a reason to support a 4- to 5-fold increase in valuation compared to the other peers who meet the Rule of 40. This is important because apart from business growth, valuation will play an important role in the future returns. As Snowflake is not yet profitable, any slowdown in growth will cause them to no longer pass the rule, and this is quite possible as shown in data provided by Bain.

As stated, it is hard for a company to revive growth to high levels, and it is unknown whether Snowflake can increase profitability in-turn. Therefore, I believe that while Snowflake does dominate the industry, offers a compelling package and opportunity, and is growing at a supremely fast rate, the current valuation leaves little room for weak economic conditions.

A summary of how revenue growth can fall, and will not revive.


For Oracle, the Rule of 40 has provided significant returns for investors even as growth is nearly flat over the past decade. Slow and steady wins the race, and Oracle is slightly less expensive right now than their historical average valuation. As such, the opportunity is clear, despite continued worries about growth or competition. For others such as Alteryx and Palantir, the story is a bit less clear as AYX faces volatile growth and Palantir faces intense scrutiny by the market. However, both of their opportunities may be greater than Snow due to the current valuations.

Oracle's total return chart

Seeking Alpha

Oracle's CAGR data

Seeking Alpha


To conclude, I will highlight the primary reason why Oracle may continue their dominance moving forward: profitability is the key to mature growth. There are multiple issues that excess profitability can solve, including R&D spending, bolt-on acquisitions, and investing in shareholder returns. Some latest examples include the development of MySQL to out-compete Amazon Redshift/Aurora and Snowflake, while at the same time being integrated into AWS. Also, there was the acquisition of Cerner to expand further into healthcare data services.

After that there is still plenty of money being put into dividends and share buybacks, one of the reasons for the strong price performance over the past decade, regardless of revenue growth. Will Snowflake be able to survive the same weakness? Just look at the price chart of Splunk to see what high revenue growth (30%+ per year CAGR), but perpetually falling valuation can result for shareholders.

A summary of  latest uses of cash

Oracle August 2022 Presentation

Splunk total return vs valuation


As the market continues to expect pain moving forward, I believe that extremely profitable Oracle will be able to survive. More speculative and overvalued names such as Snowflake may have inertia, but will face severe drops in valuation if growth slows down slightly. As such, I suppose investors will fare better accumulating Oracle over time, and if the weight in your portfolio gets high enough, use your profits to take a gamble on a speculative name, but when the opportunity looks far more favorable than right now.

Depending on how things turn out over the next few months, perhaps speculative names are beat up enough to find some value, but keeping money in a more safe option like Oracle until then may be best. I hope this article highlights the opportunity, but the decisions remain with you.

Thanks for reading. Feel free to share your insights below.

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Killexams : Post-bubble Economic Contraction

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By: Gary_Tanashian


“Post-bubble contraction” (PBC) as coined by Bob Hoye, may finally be at hand

Bob Hoye has been talking about a coming post-bubble contraction (PBC) for many years, in my experience. Now after many false starts, it may finally be in play on the wider macro picture. Past contractions (e.g. 2008 and 2020) have proven to be little more than precursors, triggers to new asset bubble phases because the Fed’s main macro manipulation tool, bonds, were in a multi-decade long trend of disinflationary signaling.

To this point with respect to the PBC, timing has been an issue. This is not a critique of Hoye, a fine financial historian and macro fundamental analyst. In fact, it is the opposite. It is from him that I learned the proper fundamentals for gold and especially the gold mining industry. But perfectly good deflationary meltdowns (of previous inflationary operations) were foiled in both 2008 and 2020.

Why were they foiled so effectively? Because the Federal Reserve and global central banks have for decades had a lenient bond market to fall back on (the fabled ‘bond vigilantes of yore apparently rode into a small town, hit the saloon and never again emerged… until 2022, that is). I have for many years now used the 30-year yield ‘Continuum’ (monthly 30yr yield chart, below) as a nice visual to the mechanics of the Fed’s macro-manipulative wheel house, the US Treasury bond market.

The last time that the Continuum approached its (former) limiters (monthly EMA 100 & 120) was in 2018, when we noted:

My theory has been that since the 2016 election the Fed has firmed its resolve to extricate itself from a dangerous situation; caught with its pants down as Trump/Republican fiscal (i.e. politically instigated) stimulus was going to be laid on top of already extreme monetary stimulus [as perma-promoted by the Bernanke Fed through 7 long, saver killing years of ZIRP].

Q4, 2018 was a time when a tweeting president was routinely berating Fed chairman Powell for rate cuts because said Fed head would not back off his hawkish stance even though stock markets were cratering. We knew that the Fed would not willingly allow the Continuum, by which it was given license to inflate over the previous post-Volcker decades, to break out. Thus we knew that Trump’s harangues were falling on deaf ears.

Also from that post:

I continue to maintain that an impulsive breakout in yields would have blown the Fed’s racket. How do you maintain an orderly system of inflationary operation – that has endured through many decades – if bonds are burning and inflationary asset bubbles (most notably in stocks on the post-2008 bubble engineered by Bernanke-era monetary policy) are raging? The answer may well be, you don’t.

Dialing ahead to 2019, our most latest journey along the Continuum has resulted in a spike that just today [Thursday] hit our upside target of 4%. It was a simple (inverted H&S) pattern measurement to a logical resistance zone.

How We Got Here

The progression toward today’s [Thursday’s] potentially max inflation hysteria (by the public, forward inflation indicators topped quite a while ago) point went something like this…

  • Powell’s hawk routine worked to once again contain the Continuum in late 2018.
  • As inflationary pressure eased, the yield began to drop.
  • As the pandemic raged and economies stopped in their tracks, the yield utterly crashed.
  • This is where politicians and the public alike invited the (economic) blood sucking Vampire back into their macro house. That is my way of saying that just like a vampire, you have to invite a self-conscious Fed into your house. It will not do its work in the (inflationary) light of day. It will do it under cover of deflationary night. In Q1, 2020 it was given all the darkness it needed as politicians and public alike demanded action.
  • We identified extreme and unsustainable over-bearish market sentiment in Q1, 2020 and also noted the Fed signaling, preparing and implementing its inflationary operations. It was a slam dunk to go bullish on the markets in H1, 2020.
  • As the yield above (and other indicators) began to recover we established a target at or just above 2.5% based on the formerly red (now green) resistance of the monthly EMA 100 & 120, which had limited all moves by the yield over the disinflationary continuum against which the Fed routinely manufactured inflation.
  • Today those limits are green and they are no longer resistance but instead, support to any future pullback in the yield during an interim disinflationary or deflationary phase that is expected to follow when today’s acute inflationary hysteria blows out.

That brings us back full circle to the opening concept of the article; that this time the PBC squirrel may indeed find his bubble ending nut.

This story is being told by the chronically strong US dollar, main receiver of frightened liquidity on the run. The story is also being told by its fellow Horseman of (macro) Apocalypse, the Gold/Silver ratio which is, in Hoye’s words “a metallic credit spread”. When gold rises relative to silver, it is a signal toward anti-liquidity for the markets, especially inflation-sensitive markets (silver having more cyclical, industrial and inflation sensitive utility than gold).

The Continuum & a PBC

The bottom line is that if/when this inflationary phase falters as expected there is going to have to be a lot (and I am talking about something way beyond the routine bear market that is in play now) of anti-asset price pain before that vampire gets invited back into this particular house (of cards, actually).

I have long viewed the 30yr yield above as the most elegant indicator I have. It was so beautiful in its unbroken structure and ‘like clockwork’ accuracy at forecasting macro turning points (along an inflation>deflation>inflation>deflation, etc. continuum with a bias to disinflationary signaling).

But now that important tool used by the Fed is broken. It broke in April with that big spike candle that pierced through the limiters (now green) and importantly, held the limiters on a subsequent test a few months later.

If you believe as I do that the implied disinflationary backbone known as the Continuum above was instrumental in the Fed’s power to manipulate the bond market in service to its inflationary operations, then maybe like me you might wonder how on earth is the Fed going to save the world again during the next meltdown? Or will it simply be runaway inflation forever? von Mises, anyone? Beuller?

There is only one clear answer for the years upcoming; this ain’t Grandpa’s or even Dad’s bond market. People have for decades claimed that the Fed is in a box, yet there they always were, inflating away as needed. But one firm statement I can make now is that the assumptions and metrics traditionally used by conventional market analysts (and tragically for the public, financial advisers) are obsolete for what is ahead.

For decades the sustaining constant has been periodic deflationary/disinflationary episodes routinely met by a dovish Fed. Today the Fed is forced by its own excess to try to recapture something that has gotten out of its bottle. But the spike above the green moving averages looks like a broken lid, and the Genie is not going to willingly go back in.

If this is finally THE post-bubble contraction the Fed is going to have to invent some new form of manipulation or else it’s going to be a long (and long overdue) economic and financial market contraction that the Fed has been warding off with extremely loose policy for decades. Said PBC would have to clear of its own mechanics. But boy there is a lot of clearing to do after decades of excess.

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Killexams : CodeLogic to Share API Endpoint Governance Solution at JavaOne at Oracle CloudWorld

CodeLogic addresses New York Department of Financial Services proposal for expanded API inventory requirements with Continuous Software Intelligence platform

LAS VEGAS, Oct. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- JavaOne at Oracle CloudWorld, Booth #511 -- CodeLogic, the Continuous Software Intelligence company, will demonstrate how its platform can fully automate and continuously maintain a complete and accurate inventory of APIs in light of the recently proposed amendment to cybersecurity regulations in New York. JavaOne at Oracle CloudWorld takes place Oct. 17-20, 2022 in Las Vegas. CodeLogic will share its endpoint governance capabilities in booth 511.

CodeLogic is the Continuous Software Intelligence company

The amendment, proposed by the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS), would enhance the requirements of the 2017 Cybersecurity Regulation (23 NYCRR Part 500). If passed, most financial institutions doing business in New York state will be required to regularly identify and manage all APIs and cloud services, in addition to many other advanced cybersecurity practices.

"As we look at the massive cost of cybersecurity attacks, endpoint governance should be at the forefront of every company's priority list," said Brian Pierce, CEO at CodeLogic. "We look forward to sharing how companies can automate and simplify their API inventory process at the push of a button. With a new regulation pending, there is no better time than now to ensure endpoints are covered."

CodeLogic's CSI platform offers a far-reaching, up-to-date, and highly granular view of complex enterprise-scale software structures. With multiple groundbreaking scanning techniques, CodeLogic can see deeply into binaries (interpreted byte code or executable binaries), database interactions, and schemas. The platform also performs runtime scans of test and/or operating environments—providing unparalleled depth into system dependencies and code-level interactions. Ultimately, with CodeLogic, companies receive full visibility into each API, allowing them to regularly and automatically manage endpoint governance.

NY DFS Cybersecurity Amendment

The proposed amendment to Cybersecurity Regulation 23 NYCRR Part 500 would significantly expand the requirements that covered entities need to follow. In particular, all covered entities would need to develop procedures for ensuring an accurate inventory of all IT assets – not just including hardware and software, but also operating systems, APIs, and cloud services – with requirements for each asset around the information that needs to be collected.

Including APIs and cloud services in this amendment reflects the heightened risk surrounding these technical innovations. The extension of the regulatory regime to cover inventorying of technical infrastructure, especially applications, operating systems, APIs and cloud services, is a significant new step.

To learn more about CodeLogic's endpoint governance capabilities please stop by JavaOne booth 511 for a full demonstration.

About CodeLogic

CodeLogic provides Continuous Software Intelligence for understanding the totality of software structures, from API and code to data. It delivers technology leaders and software developers insights into the true state and complexity of growing software systems and the impact of change that hinders innovation and causes failure. Unlike static and application-level analysis tools, CodeLogic is the first and only searchable system of record that combines binary and runtime scans for code and database dependencies on a dynamic, real-time basis. With CodeLogic, technical leads can predictably understand and inform rewrite/refactor decisions knowing the impact of every code change so builds never break. For more information, visit

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Killexams : Oracle, fear and loathing

With Oracle CloudWorld in Las Vegas kicking off, the on-going battle with third party support provider Rimini Street is once again making the news. On October 10th Oracle said it had informed the court that it is prepared to proceed with a bench trial “because it is the most efficient path to ending Rimini’s illegal conduct, including its longstanding and continuing violations of Oracle’s copyrights.”

Oracle offers three support stages for its enterprise software, tools and databases: Premier Support, Extended Support, and Sustaining Support. In Oracle’s words, these “deliver maximum value by providing you with rights to major product releases so you can take full advantage of technology and product enhancements.”

Premier Support provides a standard five-year support policy for Oracle Technology products; Extended Support provides for an additional three years, and Sustaining Support is indefinite technical support.

In its Magic Quadrant report for cloud database management products, Gartner warned that Oracle’s on-premises products are often perceived to be expensive and difficult to manage, and customers continue to raise concerns about contract negotiations. In fact, Oracle recently increased maintenance charge from 5% to 8% of the original contract value.

Fixes, updates, and critical patch updates created during Premier Support and Extended Support are the only fixes available when the product reaches Sustaining Support. One needs to question why people continue to buy support, if the only patches they are entitled to are the ones that have already been published.

The challenge for many IT leaders is that while they may wish to continue running Oracle, especially if it is part of a core system of record, such as the Oracle relational database, they are being encouraged, or worse, coerced, into upgrading. One of the big benefits of third-party support contracts is that they separate software from maintenance and support.

But Oracle contracts stipulate that technical support may not be discontinued for a single program module within a custom application bundle. In effect, buying the best Oracle deal bundle will mean the customer remains tied in to paying full maintenance fees on all products in that bundle, even if some are replaced with non-Oracle products or third party support is used.

Rimini Street originally ended up on the wrong side of Oracle IP (intellectual Property) in 2010 and in October 2015, a jury found that Rimini Street infringed 93 copyrights.

While Oracle claims Rimini downloaded its IP illegally, customers paying Oracle for maintenance have every right to download fixes, patches and documentation, so long as these things remain on their own systems. What Oracle’s latest actions show is that it remains deadly serious about putting the knife into third party maintenance and support.

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Killexams : Oracle Releases Java 19

New release delivers seven JDK Enhancement Proposals to increase developer productivity, Excellerate the Java language, and enhance the platform's performance, stability, and security

Java 19's key capabilities to be showcased at JavaOne 2022 in Las Vegas on October 17-20

AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Oracle today announced the availability of Java 19, the latest version of the world's number one programming language and development platform. Java 19 (Oracle JDK 19) delivers thousands of performance, stability, and security improvements, including enhancements to the platform that will help developers Excellerate productivity and drive business-wide innovation. Oracle will showcase the latest capabilities in Java 19 at JavaOne 2022, taking place October 17-20 in Las Vegas, and via a keynote broadcast airing on at 9:00 a.m. PT on Tuesday, September 20.


"Our ongoing collaboration with the developer community is the lifeblood of Java. As the steward of Java, Oracle is steadfastly committed to providing developers and enterprises with the latest tools to help them create innovative apps and services," said Georges Saab, senior vice president of development, Java Platform and Chair, OpenJDK Governing Board, Oracle. "The powerful new enhancements in Java 19 are a testament to the monumental work across the global Java community."

The latest Java Development Kit (JDK) provides updates and improvements with seven JDK Enhancement Proposals (JEPs). Most of these updates are to be delivered as follow-up preview features improving on functionality introduced in earlier releases.

JDK 19 delivers language Improvements from OpenJDK project Amber (Record Patterns and Pattern Matching for Switch); library enhancements to interoperate with non-Java Code (Foreign Function and Memory API) and to leverage vector instructions (Vector API) from OpenJDK project Panama; and the first previews for Project Loom (Virtual Threads and Structured Concurrency), which will drastically reduce the effort required to write and maintain high-throughput, concurrent applications in Java.

"Java developers are increasingly seeking tools to help them efficiently build highly functional applications for deployment in the cloud, on-premises, and in hybrid environments," said Arnal Dayaratna, research vice president, software development, IDC. "The enhancements in Java 19 deliver on these requirements and illustrate how the Java ecosystem is well-positioned to meet the current and future needs of developers and enterprises."

Oracle delivers new Java Feature releases every six months via a predictable release schedule. This cadence provides a steady stream of innovations while delivering continuous improvements to the platform's performance, stability, and security, helping increase Java's pervasiveness across organizations and industries of all sizes.

The most significant updates delivered in Java 19 are:

Updates and Improvements to the Language

  • JEP 405: Record Patterns (Preview): Enables users to nest record patterns and type patterns to create a powerful, declarative, and composable form of data navigation and processing. This extends pattern matching to allow for more sophisticated and composable data queries.

  • JEP 427: Pattern Matching for Switch (Third Preview): Enables pattern matching for switch expressions and statements by permitting an expression to be tested against a number of patterns. This allows users to express complex data-oriented queries concisely and safely.

Library Tools

  • JEP 424: Foreign Function and Memory API (Preview): Enables Java programs to more easily interoperate with code and data outside of the Java runtime. By efficiently invoking foreign functions (i.e., code outside the Java Virtual Machine [JVM]), and by safely accessing foreign memory (i.e., memory not managed by the JVM), this API enables Java programs to call native libraries and process native data via a pure Java development model. This results in increased ease-of-use, performance, flexibility, and safety.

  • JEP 426: Vector API (Fourth Incubator): Enables superior performance compared to equivalent scalar computations by expressing vector computations that reliably compile at runtime to vector instructions on supported CPU architectures.


Project Loom Preview/Incubator Features

  • JEP 425: Virtual Threads (Preview): Dramatically reduces the effort of writing, maintaining, and observing high-throughput concurrent applications by introducing lightweight virtual threads to the Java Platform. Using virtual threads allows developers to easily troubleshoot, debug, and profile concurrent applications with existing JDK tools and techniques.

  • JEP 428: Structured Concurrency (Incubator): Streamlines error handling and cancellation, improves reliability, and enhances observability by simplifying multithreaded programming and treating multiple tasks running in different threads as a single unit of work.

Driving Java Innovation in the Cloud

The Java 19 release is the result of extensive collaboration between Oracle engineers and other members of the worldwide Java developer community via the OpenJDK Project and the Java Community Process (JCP). In addition to new enhancements, Java 19 is supported by Java Management Service – an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) native service – that provides a single pane of glass to help organizations manage Java runtimes and applications on-premises or on any cloud.

Supporting Java Customers

The Oracle Java SE Subscription is a pay-as-you-go offering that provides customers with best-in-class support, entitlement to GraalVM Enterprise, access to the Java Management Service, and the flexibility to upgrade at the pace of their businesses. This helps IT organizations manage complexity, contain costs, and mitigate security risks. In addition, Java SE and GraalVM Enterprise are offered free of charge on OCI, enabling developers to build and deploy applications that run faster, better, and with unbeatable cost-performance on Oracle Cloud. 

Underscoring Java's popularity with the global developer community, Oracle is proud to recognize the one millionth completed Java certification. Java certifications help developers stand out as Java experts and raise their profiles with enterprises seeking to attract highly skilled Java professionals.

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About Oracle

Oracle offers integrated suites of applications plus secure, autonomous infrastructure in the Oracle Cloud. For more information about Oracle (NYSE: ORCL), please visit us at


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Killexams : Oracle NetSuite Accounting Software Review
  • Oracle NetSuite is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform that comes with a robust financial management solution.
  • Its pricing is customized for each user based on the needs and circumstances of your business.
  • Oracle NetSuite is ideal for midsize businesses, manufacturers and companies that need advanced features.
  • This article is for entrepreneurs considering implementing Oracle’s NetSuite ERP platform as their financial management and accounting solution.

As your business grows, you may invest in a greater number of software solutions to keep your operations moving forward. Businesses that reach this point often find it’s easiest to streamline all of their systems ‒ including accounting and financial management ‒ into one convenient enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform like Oracle NetSuite.

Oracle NetSuite

Affordable pricing 1.0/2.0
Free trial 1.5/2.0
Robust integrations 2.0/2.0
Invoicing and bill pay 2.0/2.0
Mobile app 2.0/2.0
Editor’s score 8.5/10

As part of its robust ERP offering, Oracle NetSuite offers an intuitive cloud financial management solution that allows businesses to track their financial data and automate many essential accounting functions. Like any highly-rated accounting software, it offers reporting, planning, and billing features and easily integrates with other software, including Oracle’s suite of business solutions. It can also be used seamlessly with multiple currencies, so it’s a great option for growing companies with a global customer base.

If your business wants to expedite its accounts receivable and payable, accelerate deal closings, and keep up with financial compliance obligations, while taking advantage of a full suite of powerful business management features, Oracle NetSuite is an ideal accounting solution within an ERP platform.

Oracle NetSuite Summary

Base price $999 per month
Invoicing and payments Yes
No. of clients supported Unlimited
Free trial No


Because they can perform a wide range of complex business management functions, ERP platforms are typically priced on a custom basis. Factors such as business size, annual revenue and desired features all affect the cost of the software. Oracle NetSuite is no different, and to get an accurate price estimate, you’ll need to contact an Oracle sales representative. The sales rep will walk you through all the available features of the platform, including inventory management, financial management, point of sale, customer relationship management (CRM) and human capital management software

Based on our research, Oracle NetSuite pricing includes a $999 monthly licensing fee, plus a per-user fee that starts at $99 a month. While this base price can be used as an estimate, your costs may vary significantly depending on your specific business needs.

Because of its high price point, Oracle NetSuite is likely not well suited for a smaller business with simple accounting and bookkeeping needs. However, if your business is growing internationally and you anticipate needing an ERP platform to manage everything, this can be an excellent accounting solution that sets you up for financial success as your company grows. Thanks to NetSuite’s integrated ecosystem, you can save time and money that would otherwise be spent managing multiple software solutions from different vendors.

Key takeawayKey takeaway: Oracle NetSuite’s price varies depending on the different software modules required, the size of your business, its annual revenue and the number of orders your company processes.

Accounting Features

Oracle NetSuite’s financial management solution offers a wide range of useful accounting features. Here’s more about how NetSuite can help growing businesses:

Finance and Accounting

With Oracle NetSuite, your business can seamlessly combine its core finance and accounting functions with strong compliance management. This ERP’s financial management solution offers real-time access to your financial data to help you drill into important details, resolve delays, and generate compliance statements and disclosures for your stakeholders.

NetSuite provides the following basic accounting functions to streamline and simplify your financial processes:


Whether your business operates on a transaction, subscription, usage-based or hybrid model, Oracle NetSuite can help you manage your billing operations. It fully integrates into the platform’s advanced revenue management and compliance functions.

Revenue Recognition

Businesses with financial reporting obligations can use NetSuite to easily comply with accounting standards, including ASC 605, 606 and IFRS 15. Using the platform’s rule-based event-handling framework, you can easily automate numerous revenue management and reporting functions, such as forecasting, allocation, recognition, reclassification and auditing.

Financial Planning and Reporting

NetSuite’s planning, budgeting and forecasting functions allow your business to plot out its financial future based on real-time analytics. Use your business data to forecast revenue, plot out what-if scenarios and develop accurate budgets. Oracle’s powerful reporting and analytics tools also allow you to gain a more complete picture of your business at any time to make better informed decisions about your finances.

NetSuite’s mobile app enables you to manage your accounting needs while you’re on the go.

Source: Oracle NetSuite

Global Account Management and Consolidation

If your business plans to expand its borders and go global, you need a financial management solution that helps you manage your international transactions and compliance obligations. Oracle NetSuite’s powerful financial engine gives you maximum transparency and visibility into your business across countries and in real time so you can manage your operations at the local and global level.

To make it easier to run an international business, NetSuite offers a variety of language interfaces to overcome language barriers and a multicurrency management system that supports over 190 different forms of currencies and automatically accounts for the current exchange rate for real-time conversion.

Governance, Risk and Compliance

With Oracle NetSuite, your business will always be audit-ready. This ERP platform supports your company’s governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) programs so you can handle increasingly complex regulatory, operational, and compliance challenges as you scale.

The platform can also establish a sustainable risk management and compliance process for your company so you can anticipate major risks before they happen.


Oracle NetSuite offers seamless integration with all its ERP solutions and integrates with many leading business software providers. If you use other vendors to manage your operations, you can use NetSuite’s open APIs to introduce new integrations.

To take advantage of these integrations, businesses can hire a NetSuite dedicated implementation team for an additional fee. The team not only helps set up the ERP platform itself, but also assists with any additional integrations and project management planning.

Netsuite provides business owners with access to all their business data in one central location.

Source: Oracle NetSuite

ERP Features

Want to use Oracle NetSuite as part of a larger ERP solution? Your financial management processes will integrate seamlessly with Oracle’s full suite of products. This is helpful if you’re trying to gain a more holistic view of your business’s financial transactions, budgets and forecasts.

Here are a few additional useful functions you’ll find within Oracle NetSuite.

Order Management

Stay on top of your warehouse ordering. This solution helps you ensure ideal quantities of each item you sell by automatically analyzing historical sales and logistics data. NetSuite can determine the best reordering time frame for each product and replenish stock to an optimal threshold when it runs low.

Production Management

NetSuite helps companies with every sales or work order while providing real-time visibility into every step of the production process. This ERP’s end-to-end manufacturing software solution can help you run your entire business and make better-informed decisions.

Supply Chain Management

NetSuite helps you seamlessly manage each point in your supply chain, regardless of where your physical product is manufactured or stored.

Warehouse and Fulfillment

NetSuite helps businesses with inbound logistics, outbound logistics, and inventory management, streamlining your warehousing operations and helping you minimize costs for on-time delivery. The built-in warehouse management solution enables you to manage your distribution operations using customized user-defined strategies and advanced real-time updates and integrations.

NetSuite’s one-click capabilities make it easy to drill down into operations directly from the dashboard.

Source: Oracle NetSuite


With Oracle NetSuite, it’s easy to purchase goods and services for your business quickly and at the best prices. Real-time information helps you better understand your company spend and vendor performance while automation and workflow integrations deliver a more accurate procure-to-pay process.

Human Capital Management

Manage your team and your human resources processes with NetSuite’s HCM solution, SuitePeople. This solution allows you to streamline employee onboarding and information collection for new hires while also giving visibility into your workforce operations.

Did you know?Did you know? Oracle NetSuite offers several key tools that are critical for financial management, including basic accounting functions, billing, revenue recognition, planning and reporting, GRC, and more.

Oracle NetSuite Pros

For growing international businesses, Oracle NetSuite offers a robust, all-in-one ERP solution that puts your most valuable business data into a single platform. NetSuite’s full product suite allows your organization’s various departments and systems to operate harmoniously and in real time so every person in your company is always up to date.

Key takeawayKey takeaway: Oracle NetSuite provides just about every feature you could want in an ERP, allowing for a seamless single solution for managing all your operations.

Oracle NetSuite Cons

In terms of accounting software, NetSuite may be prohibitively expensive for smaller businesses. Additionally, it may offer far more functionality than your business needs at this point in its growth, and you don’t want to pay for features you’ll never use.

Ultimately, NetSuite is ideal for midsize and large businesses operating a complex operation, as this ERP solution performs best when all of the modules are used in conjunction with one another.

TipTip:The high price tag of Oracle NetSuite may be too much for small businesses with less complex financial management needs.

Customer Service

Oracle NetSuite delivers top-notch customer service across its entire ERP platform, including its financial management solution. The company’s educational resources deliver users the opportunity to learn about NetSuite’s full range of products and stay updated on any new features or capabilities.

NetSuite offers 24/7, real-time support for industries via phone, email and a built-in chatbot on its website. The automated chat functionality can answer simple FAQs or connect you with a customer service representative.

Key takeawayKey takeaway: Oracle NetSuite’s customer service is on a par with what you would expect from a world-class ERP solution, so you can count on being able to find answers to your questions and concerns.

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Killexams : Oracle Lays Off 201 Employees In California

Cloud News

David Harris

The cuts affected workers at Oracle offices in Redwood City, Calif., home to the tech giant’s former headquarters. The jobs that were affected included data scientists, application developers, marketing certified and software developers.


Oracle has laid off more than 200 of its workers in California months after reports surfaced that the tech giant was considering “thousands” of job cuts on the heels of its $28 billion Cerner acquisition.

The Austin, Texas company cut 201 jobs in total on Oct. 3 from its Redwood City, Calif. office, according to its Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) filed in California. The job cuts took effect Oct. 3 and was received by the California Employment Development Department Sept. 30, according to the WARN.

In a letter to the state obtained by CRN, Oracle said the layoffs would be permanent and said that its Redwood Shores campus would not be closing as a result of the job cuts. Oracle formerly housed its headquarters in Redwood City, but moved it to Austin at the end of 2020.

Among the jobs cut in this round, according to the Aug. 4 letter to the state from Anje Dodson, senior vice president of human resources at Oracle: data scientists, application developers, marketing certified and software developers.

CRN has reached out to Oracle for comment.

As of this past May, Oracle employed approximately 143,000 full-time employees, of which about 48,000 are based in the U.S. and the rest internationally, according to a regulatory filing.

Oracle closed its acquisition of healthcare digital information system provider Cerner in June. The company began to notify employees of layoffs in early August, according to a report in The Information at the time. That matches with the date on the WARN notice, which states that this crop of employees received notification about the layoffs on August 4.

The company is the No. 1 employer in Redwood City, Calif. with over 6,500 workers there, according to the city.

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Killexams : VirtualBox 7 remotes into Oracle Cloud

Oracle VM VirtualBox 7, the latest release of the company’s open source, cross-platform virtualization software, integrates with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) for remote control of cloud-hosted VMs, adds support for fully encrypted VMs, enhances 3D video support, and features an automated virtual machine builder.

The upgrade was unveiled October 12. VirtualBox 7 is intended to help devops engineers and distributed teams increase productivity, easing the creation and management of VMs and removing the complexity of configuring them for the cloud. Management of multiple physical systems is also addressed in the new release.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure integration in VirtualBox 7 enables users to centrally manage development and production VMs running either on-premises or on OCI instances using any VirtualBox-supported operating system, such as Linux, Windows, and MacOS. With a single command or button push, users can export a VM from an on-premises host and run it on OCI, or import a VM from OCI to the user’s local computer.

Oracle VM VirtualBox is downloadable from Other capabilities in VirtualBox 7:

  • For management of VMs, an enhanced GUI simplifies management of VMs on OCI and on-premises devices, providing a centralized dashboard showing resources used by each VM.
  • An automated VM builder accelerates the time to build and run a VM by automating the creation of VMs using the unattended installation feature or open source Vagrant boxes. VMs can be brought up in less than a minute.
  • Full encryption of VMs uses AES 128-bit or 256-bit encryption for VM data, logs, and configuration files without impacting performance.
  • Enhanced 3D support in VMs using DirectX 11/OpenGL support. 3D applications can be run including conferencing and CAD.
  • Enhanced nested virtualization supports running VMs with Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows 11 fully virtualized, which by default require Hyper-V.

Oracle is providing a developer preview of an installer package for macOS/Arm64 systems using an Apple Silicon CPU to run some guest operating systems for Intel/AMD x86 CPUs in emulation. The preview is a work in progress and provides early access to unsupported software features. VirtualBox 6.0 arrived in December 2018.

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Killexams : Stress Test Software Market Outlook 2022 and Forecast to 2030 | By -Oracle Corporation, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation, Capgemini SE

The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content.

Sep 21, 2022 (Heraldkeepers) -- New Jersey, United States-The review examines the global Stress Test Software market’s trends in various commercial sectors and neighborhoods. It intends to evaluate the market’s current size and potential for growth across a variety of domains, including applications and agents. The research also includes a thorough analysis of the key competitors in the global market, including information on their connections, SWOT analyses, most latest developments, and techniques.

The Global Stress Test Software Market investigation report contains Types (On-premises, Cloud), Segmentation & all logical and factual briefs about the Market 2022 Overview, CAGR, Production Volume, Sales, and Revenue with the regional analysis covers North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East Africa & The Prime Players & Others.

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The Worldwide Stress Test Software market size was USD million in 2021, And the market is projected to grow from USD million in 2022 to USD million in 2030 at a lucrative CAGR during the forecast period. It also shows the importance of the Stress Test Software market-leading players in the sector, including their business overviews, financial summaries, and SWOT assessments.

We will examine the intense competition in the Stress Test Software market by association and look at its distinctive structure, company depiction, product portfolio, fundamental financials, etc. We also take into account Watchman’s Five Powers, creation network analysis, and market danger scenarios in addition to market improvement frameworks.

Stress Test Software Market Segmentation & Coverage:

Stress Test Software Market segment by Type: 
On-premises, Cloud

Stress Test Software Market segment by Application: 
Small and Medium Enterprise, Large Enterprise

The years examined in this study are the following to estimate the Stress Test Software market size:

History Year: 2015-2019
Base Year: 2021
Estimated Year: 2022
Forecast Year: 2022 to 2030

Cumulative Impact of COVID-19 on Market:

According to our experts who have been monitoring events throughout the world, the Stress Test Software market will provide producers with profitable openings after the coronavirus issue. This study’s goal is to provide a more detailed overview of how the ongoing situation, the financial crisis, and the Coronavirus have affected the entire industry.

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Regional Analysis:

The focus of this inquiry is on the scope and value of the national, local, and corporate Stress Test Software markets. In this analysis, collected data is examined along with the potential to determine the overall market size. The geographic focus of this study is on a few significant regions: Europe contains the going with countries: the United Realm, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Portugal, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Russia, Turkey, Poland, Western Europe, Focal and Eastern Europe.

The Key companies profiled in the Stress Test Software Market:

The study examines the Stress Test Software market’s competitive landscape and includes data on important suppliers, including Oracle Corporation, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation, Capgemini SE, IBM Corporation, Akamai Technologies Inc, LoadStorm (CustomerCentrix LLC), Wipro Limited, Microsoft Corporation, BlazeMeter LLC (Broadcom Inc.), SmartBear Software Inc, Invensis Technologies, Cigniti Technologies, Cygnet Infotech, Micro Focus International,& Others

Table of Contents:

List of Data Sources:

Chapter 2. Executive Summary
Chapter 3. Industry Outlook
3.1. Stress Test Software Global Market segmentation
3.2. Stress Test Software Global Market size and growth prospects, 2015 – 2026
3.3. Stress Test Software Global Market Value Chain Analysis
3.3.1. Vendor landscape
3.4. Regulatory Framework
3.5. Market Dynamics
3.5.1. Market Driver Analysis
3.5.2. Market Restraint Analysis
3.6. Porter’s Analysis
3.6.1. Threat of New Entrants
3.6.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers
3.6.3. Bargaining Power of Buyers
3.6.4. Threat of Substitutes
3.6.5. Internal Rivalry
3.7. PESTEL Analysis
Chapter 4. Stress Test Software Global Market Product Outlook
Chapter 5. Stress Test Software Global Market Application Outlook
Chapter 6. Stress Test Software Global Market Geography Outlook
6.1. Stress Test Software Industry Share, by Geography, 2022 & 2030
6.2. North America
6.2.1. Stress Test Software Market 2022 -2030 estimates and forecast, by product
6.2.2. Stress Test Software Market 2022 -2030, estimates and forecast, by application
6.2.3. The U.S.
6.2.4. Canada
6.3. Europe
6.3.3. Germany
6.3.4. the UK
6.3.5. France
Chapter 7. Competitive Landscape
Chapter 8. Appendix

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