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Professional Oracle® Programming

Professional Oracle® Programming

Rick Greenwald, Robert Stackowiak, Gary Dodge, David Klein, Ben Shapiro, Christopher G. Chelliah

ISBN: 978-0-764-57482-5

Jun 2005

790 pages

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Description

  • One of the only Oracle books to focus exclusively on database programming rather than administration
  • Oracle owns sixty percent of the commercial database market
  • Provides full coverage of the latest Oracle version, 10g-including new features such as regular expressions and the MODEL SQL clause-as well as versions 8, 8i, and 9i
  • The authors are well-known as Oracle gurus-Greenwald is the author of Oracle in a Nutshell and the coauthor, with Stackowiak, of Oracle 9 Essentials
  • Shows how to use Oracle data and data structures to build robust, scalable database applications using Java, SQL, and PL/SQL
About the Authors.

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

Introduction.

What Does This Book Cover?

Who Is This Book For?

What You Need to Use This Book.

How Is This Book Structured?

Part I: Oracle Essentials.

Part II: Data Topics.

Part III: Database Programming Languages.

Part IV: Programming Techniques.

Part V: Business Intelligence Techniques.

Part VI: Optimization.

The Bigger Picture.

Conventions.

Source Code.

Errata.

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Chapter 1: Oracle Architecture and Storage.

Chapter 2: Using SQL.

Chapter 3: Handling Multiple Users.

Chapter 4: Database Design Basics.

Chapter 5: Oracle Security.

Chapter 6: The Oracle Data Dictionary.

Chapter 7: Installing Oracle.

Chapter 8: Introduction to SQL.

Chapter 9: Extended SQL.

Chapter 10: Indexes.

Chapter 11: Constraints.

Chapter 12: Other Database Structures.

Chapter 13: Functions.

Chapter 14: Distributed Queries, Transactions, and Databases.

Chapter 15: PL/SQL Basics.

Chapter 16: PL/SQL and SQL.

Chapter 17: PL/SQL Packages.

Chapter 18: Introduction to Java Database Programming.

Chapter 19: Triggers.

Chapter 20: Regular Expressions and Expression Filter.

Chapter 21: Object Relational Interactions with Oracle.

Chapter 22: Oracle XML DB.

Chapter 23: HTML-DB.

Chapter 24: High-Speed Data Movement.

Chapter 25: Data Loading and Management.

Chapter 26: Business Intelligence Query.

Chapter 27: Business Intelligence Analysis.

Chapter 28: Optimization.

Index.

“…a good book for an introduction to Oracle, but especially good if you are interested in the areas of Business Intelligence, HTML-DB, XML DB and Regular Expressions…” (OracleHome, 3 August 2005)
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