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Oracle9i DBA JumpStart

Oracle9i DBA JumpStart

Bob Bryla

ISBN: 978-0-782-15161-9

Feb 2006

345 pages

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Description

Get Up to Speed for Oracle9i Administration Training Courses--Fast!
Oracle9i DBA JumpStart gives you the solid grounding you need to approach Oracle certification with confidence:
* Introduction to relational database concepts
* Using basic SQL*Plus and iSQL*Plus commands
* Understanding Oracle database functions
* Using multiple tables
* Restricting, sorting, and grouping data
* Creating and maintaining a database
* Using SQL*Plus reporting techniques
* Creating and maintaining database objects
* Setting up users and managing security
* Configuring optimization
* Creating backups
* Troubleshooting

Introduction.

Chapter 1: Relational Database Concepts.

Chapter 2: SQL*Plus and iSQL*Plus Basics.

Chapter 3: Oracle Database Functions.

Chapter 4: Restricting, Sorting, and Grouping Data.

Chapter 5: Using Multiple Tables.

Chapter 6: Advanced SQL Queries.

Chapter 7: Logical Consistency.

Chapter 8: Installing Oracle and Creating a Database.

Chapter 9: Reporting Techniques.

Chapter 10: Creating and Maintaining Database Objects.

Chapter 11: Users and Security.

Chapter 12: Making Things Run Fast (Enough).

Chapter 13: Saving Your Stuff (Backups).

Chapter 14: Troubleshooting.

Appendix A: Answers to Review Questions.

Appendix B: Glossary.

Appendix C: Common Database Platforms.

Index.

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Combined Errata,

Page 25

After first sentence, in code: select from * dept; should be select * from dept; .

Page 29

Note at the bottom: DBAs may configure and tune a mostly read-only database differently than they configure a frequent read-write database differently. line 5 should not have the extra differently at the end.