Expert Oracle Database Architecture: 9i and 10g Programming Techniques and Solutions

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Apress, Nov 7, 2006 - Computers - 768 pages
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“THINK.” In 1914, Thomas J. Watson, Sr. joined the company that was to become IBM, and he brought with him this simple one-word motto. It was an exhortation to all IBM employees, no matter their role, to take care in decision-making and do their jobs with intelligence. “THINK” soon became an icon, appearing on publications, calendars, and plaques in the offices of many IT and business managers within and outside IBM, and even in The New Yorker magazine cartoons. “THINK” was a good idea in 1914, and it is a good idea now. “Think different.” More recently, Apple Computer used this slogan in a long-running advertising campaign to revitalize the company’s brand, and even more important, to revo- tionize how people think of technology in their daily lives. Instead of saying “think differently,” suggesting how to think, Apple’s slogan used the word “different” as the object of the verb “think,” suggesting what to think (as in, “think big”). The advertising campaign emphasized creativity and creative people, with the implication that Apple’s computers uniquely enable innovative solutions and artistic achievements. When I joined Oracle Corporation (then Relational Software Incorporated) back in 1981, database systems incorporating the relational model were a new, emerging technology.
 

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Contents

VII
1
VIII
2
IX
4
X
9
XII
15
XIII
20
XIV
26
XV
42
CXXXV
317
CXXXVI
320
CXXXVII
322
CXXXVIII
326
CXXXIX
328
CXL
339
CXLI
340
CXLII
342

XVI
46
XVII
47
XVIII
50
XIX
51
XX
56
XXI
58
XXIII
60
XXIV
61
XXV
63
XXVI
67
XXVII
68
XXVIII
69
XXIX
71
XXX
73
XXXI
80
XXXII
81
XXXIII
85
XXXIV
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XXXVI
90
XXXVII
91
XXXVIII
92
XXXIX
96
XL
98
XLI
100
XLII
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XLIII
103
XLIV
105
XLV
108
XLVI
109
XLVII
110
XLVIII
112
XLIX
115
L
116
LI
117
LII
118
LIII
125
LIV
135
LV
137
LVI
141
LVII
142
LVIII
143
LIX
150
LX
152
LXI
153
LXII
154
LXIV
156
LXV
157
LXVI
158
LXVII
160
LXVIII
161
LXIX
167
LXX
171
LXXI
172
LXXII
173
LXXIII
180
LXXIV
183
LXXV
184
LXXVI
185
LXXVII
188
LXXIX
189
LXXX
191
LXXXI
202
LXXXIII
205
LXXXIV
210
LXXXV
211
LXXXVI
219
LXXXVII
222
LXXXVIII
231
LXXXIX
232
XC
233
XCIII
234
XCIV
236
XCV
237
XCVI
239
XCVII
241
XCVIII
243
XCIX
244
C
246
CI
248
CII
249
CIII
251
CIV
254
CV
255
CVI
257
CVII
258
CVIII
259
CX
261
CXI
264
CXIV
265
CXV
267
CXVI
268
CXVII
274
CXVIII
275
CXIX
277
CXXI
279
CXXII
284
CXXIII
286
CXXVI
287
CXXVII
290
CXXVIII
294
CXXIX
295
CXXX
301
CXXXI
303
CXXXII
305
CXXXIII
311
CXXXIV
316
CXLIII
344
CXLIV
345
CXLV
347
CXLVI
350
CXLVII
353
CXLVIII
354
CXLIX
357
CL
372
CLI
373
CLII
381
CLIV
390
CLV
391
CLVI
393
CLVII
394
CLVIII
402
CLIX
405
CLX
406
CLXI
413
CLXII
422
CLXIII
425
CLXV
426
CLXVI
427
CLXVII
430
CLXVIII
433
CLXIX
439
CLXX
441
CLXXI
451
CLXXII
452
CLXXIII
453
CLXXIV
457
CLXXV
459
CLXXVII
460
CLXXVIII
468
CLXXIX
470
CLXXX
471
CLXXXI
472
CLXXXII
473
CLXXXIII
475
CLXXXVI
478
CLXXXVII
479
CLXXXVIII
486
CLXXXIX
489
CXC
492
CXCI
493
CXCIV
496
CXCVI
499
CXCVII
506
CXCVIII
508
CXCIX
511
CC
514
CCI
515
CCIII
517
CCV
519
CCVI
524
CCVII
525
CCVIII
526
CCIX
533
CCX
541
CCXI
544
CCXII
545
CCXIII
557
CCXIV
559
CCXV
560
CCXVI
561
CCXVII
562
CCXIX
564
CCXX
569
CCXXI
571
CCXXIII
574
CCXXIV
579
CCXXV
581
CCXXVI
583
CCXXVII
585
CCXXVIII
586
CCXXIX
587
CCXXX
588
CCXXXI
594
CCXXXII
610
CCXXXIII
616
CCXXXIV
618
CCXXXV
619
CCXXXVII
620
CCXXXVIII
621
CCXXXIX
622
CCXL
628
CCXLI
631
CCXLII
632
CCXLIII
634
CCXLIV
643
CCXLVI
644
CCXLVII
647
CCXLVIII
652
CCXLIX
653
CCLII
657
CCLIII
683
CCLIV
684
CCLVI
685
CCLVII
691
CCLVIII
694
CCLIX
695
CCLX
696
CCLXII
706
CCLXIII
708
CCLXIV
710
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About the author (2006)

Thomas Kyte is vice president of the Core Technologies Group at Oracle Corporation and has been with the company since version 7.0.9 was released in 1993. Kyte, however, has been working with Oracle since version 5.1.5c. At Oracle, Kyte works with the Oracle database, and more specifically, he helps clients who are using the Oracle database and works directly with them specifying and building their systems or rebuilding and tuning them. Prior to working at Oracle, Kyte was a systems integrator who built large-scale, heterogeneous databases and applications for military and government clients.Tom Kyte is the same "Ask Tom" whose column appears in Oracle Magazine, where he answers questions about the Oracle database and tools that developers and database administrators struggle with every day.

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