Oracle Database 11g The Complete Reference (Google eBook)

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 17, 2008 - Computers - 1368 pages
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The Definitive Guide to Oracle Database 11g

Get full details on the powerful features of Oracle Database 11g from this thoroughly updated Oracle Press guide. Oracle Database 11g: The Complete Reference explains how to use all the new features and tools, execute powerful SQL queries, construct PL/SQL and SQL*Plus statements, and work with large objects and object-relational databases. Learn how to implement the latest security measures, tune database performance, and deploy grid computing techniques. An invaluable cross-referenced appendix containing Oracle commands, keywords, features, and functions is also included.

  • Install Oracle Database 11g or upgrade from an earlier version
  • Create database tables, sequences, indexes, views, and user accounts
  • Construct SQL statements, procedures, queries, and subqueries
  • Optimize security using virtual private databases and transparent data encryption
  • Import and export data using SQL*Loader and Oracle Data Pump
  • Use SQL replay, change management, and result caching
  • Avoid human errors using flashback and automatic undo management
  • Build and tune PL/SQL triggers, functions, and packages
  • Develop database applications using Java, JDBC, and XML
  • Optimize availability and scalability with Oracle Real Application Clusters

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Contents

SQL and SQLPlus
63
Beyond the Basics
353
PLSQL
511
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About the author (2008)

Kevin Loney was named Consultant ofthe Year by ORACLE Magazine in 2002. He is an internationally recognized Oracle expert who frequently presents at Oracle user conferences in North America and Europe where he is regularly among the highest-rated presenters.

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