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Oracle (7.3 8.05), Oracle DBA, Developer 2000, Oracle Forms (4.5, 5), Oracle Reports (2.5, 3), Oracle Graphics 3, SQL, PL/SQL, G2, HP-UX 10.20, MPEix, HP3000, Cognos, Powerhouse, Image, Unix Shell Scripting, MS Windows 95/NT.
Logan has a Diploma in Computer Data Processing and over 10 years of experience in the IT industry. He is an accomplished Oracle DBA and Developer responsible for the development and implementation of databases. He is experienced in writing database packages, procedures and triggers. Logan wrote numerous user interfaces that included: forms, reports and graphics. He entered Richards Bay Coal Terminal Company in 1990
as a Programmer, advanced in 1992 to a Developer, and then in 1995 was promoted to an Oracle DBA. Logan is comfortable working independently or in a team environment.
RICHARDS BAY COAL TERMINAL COMPANY, South Africa Jan 1990 Jan 2001
Main job functions:
· Design and Development using Oracle Developer/2000 on both the Unix and Windows platforms.
· Database design and administration
· G2 enhancements.
· Liaise with users and management as to the system requirements.
· Ensure system availability (plant operates 24 x 7)
· Documentation of system changes and enhancements.
· Maintenance of all the HP equipment.
Oracle DBA (1995 2001)
Environment: HP9000, Oracle (7.3, 8.05), Oracle Developer 2000, Unix, G2.
The OPC system was migrated to an Oracle database. The TCS was re-written in order to use Oracle Forms and database. The OPC system is used to capture trains, ships and stockpiles into the Oracle database. Resources are used byG2 to setup routes in the plant to either stack trains to stockpiles or reclaim coal from stockpiles to loading ships. Trains can also be bypassed directly to ships. The system also keeps track of ships and trains. It reports tonnage handled, breakdowns that cause delays, and measures the performance of the plant: loading rates, reclaim rates, machine utilization.
· Logan attended courses on the Oracle relational database, which ranged from the Developer/2000 tool set to database design and database administration.
· Part of the team that has designed the new relational database and written SQL to access the database.
· Wrote user interfaces that included: forms, reports and graphics. It was a HP UNIX platform as well as on Windows95. He wrote about 20 forms and 30 reports, some including graphs.
· Upgraded the Oracle database from version 7.3 to version 8.0.5. He developed in Forms 4.5 & 5, Reports 2.5 & 3 and Graphics 3.
· Wrote database packages, procedures and triggers in PL/SQL.
· Installed the HP-UX 10.20 operating system on the following models of HP9000s: C 730,
C 100, C 180, C 3000. These are all series 700 workstations which act as servers.
· Became familiar with the G2 real time expert system that is used to interface to the plant
PLCs via a Promace real time memory resident database.
Developer (1992 1995)
Environment: HP3000, Powerhouse, Image Database, MPEix.
· Logan maintained the Operations Planning and Control (OPC) System. This system was written in Powerhouse. It ran on a HP3000 series 918 and the MPE/ix operating system. The data resided in the proprietary Image Database. Logan was required to liaise with users to obtain requirements, as well as train them.
· Wrote and enhanced parts of the system: performed the analysis, design and coding.
· Responsible for the administration of the database. He wrote the interface to the Terminal Control System (TCS) in order to populate the image database. The OPC system is a reporting system on plant performance & other statistics. The TCS runs on a Unix system.
Programmer, (1990 1992)
· Logan was responsible for the backing up of all systems (HP 3000 & HP 1000). At that stage the company did not have a network on place. All users where connected to the system via serial cable. He was responsible for the installation of terminals and printers.