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Oracle PL/SQL Built-ins Pocket Reference

by Chip Dawes Steven Feuerstein John Beresniewicz

This companion quick reference to Steven Feuerstein's bestselling Oracle PL/SQL Programming and Oracle Built-in Packages will help you use Oracle's extensive set of built-in functions and packages, including those new to Oracle8. You'll learn how to call numeric, character, date, conversion, large object (LOB), and miscellaneous functions, as well as packages like DBMS_SQL and DBMS_OUTPUT.

Oracle PL/SQL by Example (4th edition)

by Benjamin Rosenzweig Elena Silvestrova Rakhimov

Using hands-on labs, extensive examples, exercises, and projects, this tutorial teaches basic PL/SQL concepts and general programming fundamentals, covering conditional and iterative program control techniques, error and exception handling, working with cursors and triggers (including Oracle 11g's new compound triggers), and working with advanced PL/SQL capabilities such as object-relational features and bulk SQL. Appendices offer a PL/SQL formatting guide, sample database schema, and an ANSI SQL standards reference. Rosenzweig is a software development manager. Rakhimov is a software developer. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Oracle PL/SQL for DBAs

by Steven Feuerstein Arup Nanda

PL/SQL, Oracle's powerful procedural language, has been the cornerstone of Oracle application development for nearly 15 years. Although primarily a tool for developers, PL/SQL has also become an essential tool for database administration, as DBAs take increasing responsibility for site performance and as the lines between developers and DBAs blur. Until now, there has not been a book focused squarely on the language topics of special concern to DBAs Oracle PL/SQL for DBAs fills the gap. Covering the latest Oracle version, Oracle Database 10g Release 2 and packed with code and usage examples, it contains: A quick tour of the PL/SQL language, providing enough basic information about language fundamentals to get DBAs up and running Extensive coverage of security topics for DBAs: Encryption (including both traditional methods and Oracle's new Transparent Data Encryption, TDE); Row-Level Security (RLS), Fine-Grained Auditing (FGA); and random value generation Methods for DBAs to improve query and database performance with cursors and table functions Coverage of Oracle scheduling, which allows jobs such as database monitoring and statistics gathering to be scheduled for regular execution Using Oracle's built-in packages (DBMS_CRYPTO, DBMS_RLS, DBMS_FGA, DBMS_RANDOM, DBMS_SCHEDULING) as a base, the book describes ways of building on top of these packages to suit particular organizational needs. Authors are Arup Nanda, Oracle Magazine 2003 DBA of the Year, and Steven Feuerstein, the world's foremost PL/SQL expert and coauthor of the classic reference, Oracle PL/SQL Programming. DBAs who have not yet discovered how helpful PL/SQL can be will find this book a superb introduction to the language and its special database administration features. Even if you have used PL/SQL for years, you'll find the detailed coverage in this book to be an invaluable resource.

Oracle PL/SQL Language Pocket Reference

by Chip Dawes Steven Feuerstein Bill Pribyl

The fourth edition of this popular pocket guide provides quick-reference information that will help you use Oracle's PL/SQL language, including the newest Oracle Database 11g features. It's a companion to Steven Feuerstein and Bill Pribyl's bestselling Oracle PL/SQL Programming. This concise guide boils down the most vital PL/SQL information into an accessible summary of: Fundamental language elements (e.g., block structure, datatypes, declarations)Statements for program control, cursor management, and exception handlingRecords, procedures, functions, triggers, and packagesCalling PL/SQL functions in SQLCompilation options, object-oriented features, collections, and Java integration The new edition describes such Oracle Database 11g elements as PL/SQL's function result cache, compound triggers, the CONTINUE statement, the SIMPLE_INTEGER datatype, and improvements to native compilation, regular expressions, and compiler optimization (including intra-unit inlining). In addition, this book now includes substantial new sections on Oracle's built-in functions and packages. When you need answers quickly, the Oracle PL/SQL Language Pocket Reference will save you hours of frustration.

Oracle PL/SQL Language Pocket Reference, 2nd Edition

by Chip Dawes Steven Feuerstein Bill Pribyl

The new edition of this must-have pocket guide boils down the most vital information from Oracle PL/SQL Programming, the bestseller that many consider "the Bible" for PL/SQL development. This concise booklet summarizes features available in Oracle's powerful new product-- Oracle9i-- and provides essential information on PL/SQL block structure, fundamental language elements, control statements, and use of procedures, functions, packages, triggers, Oracle objects, external procedures, and methods of calling J

Oracle PL/SQL Language Pocket Reference, 4th Edition

by Chip Dawes Steven Feuerstein Bill Pribyl

The fourth edition of this popular pocket guide provides quick-reference information that will help you use Oracle's PL/SQL language, including the newest Oracle Database 11g features. A companion to Steven Feuerstein and Bill Pribyl's bestselling Oracle PL/SQL Programming, this concise guide boils down the most vital PL/SQL information into an accessible summary.

Oracle PL/SQL Language Pocket Reference, 4th Edition

by Chip Dawes Steven Feuerstein Bill Pribyl

The fourth edition of this popular pocket guide provides quick-reference information that will help you use Oracle's PL/SQL language, including the newest Oracle Database 11g features. It's a companion to Steven Feuerstein and Bill Pribyl's bestselling Oracle PL/SQL Programming . This concise guide boils down the most vital PL/SQL information into an accessible summary of: Fundamental language elements (e.g., block structure, datatypes, declarations) Statements for program control, cursor management, and exception handling Records, procedures, functions, triggers, and packages Calling PL/SQL functions in SQL Compilation options, object-oriented features, collections, and Java integration The new edition describes such Oracle Database 11g elements as PL/SQL's function result cache, compound triggers, the CONTINUE statement, the SIMPLE_INTEGER datatype, and improvements to native compilation, regular expressions, and compiler optimization (including intra-unit inlining). In addition, this book now includes substantial new sections on Oracle's built-in functions and packages. When you need answers quickly, the Oracle PL/SQL Language Pocket Reference will save you hours of frustration.

Oracle PL/SQL Programming

by Steven Feuerstein Bill Pribyl

This book is the definitive reference on PL/SQL, considered throughout the database community to be the best Oracle programming book available. Like its predecessors, this fifth edition of Oracle PL/SQL Programming covers language fundamentals, advanced coding techniques, and best practices for using Oracle's powerful procedural language. Thoroughly updated for Oracle Database 11g Release 2, this edition reveals new PL/SQL features and provides extensive code samples, ranging from simple examples to complex and complete applications, in the book and on the companion website. This indispensable reference for both novices and experienced Oracle programmers will help you: Get PL/SQL programs up and running quickly, with clear instructions for executing, tracing, testing, debugging, and managing PL/SQL code Optimize PL/SQL performance with the aid of a brand-new chapter in the fifth edition Explore datatypes, conditional and sequential control statements, loops, exception handling, security features, globalization and localization issues, and the PL/SQL architecture Understand and use new Oracle Database 11g features, including the edition-based redefinition capability, the function result cache, the new CONTINUE statement, fine-grained dependency tracking, sequences in PL/SQL expressions, supertype invocation from subtypes, and enhancements to native compilation, triggers, and dynamic SQL Use new Oracle Database 11g tools and techniques such as PL/Scope, the PL/SQL hierarchical profiler, and the SecureFiles technology for large objects Build modular PL/SQL applications using procedures, functions, triggers, and packages

Oracle PL/SQL Programming, 3rd Edition

by Steven Feuerstein

Nearly a quarter-million PL/SQL programmers--novices and experienced developers alike--have found the first and second editions of Oracle PL/SQL Programming to be indispensable references to this powerful language. Packed with examples and recommendations, this book has helped everyone, from Oracle Forms developers to database administrators, make the most of PL/SQL. Authored by renowned PL/SQL experts Steven Feuerstein and Bill Pribyl, this new edition is a comprehensive update of the original book, cover

The Oracle Rebounds

by Allison Van Diepen

In this follow-up to "The Oracle of Dating," Kayla is devastated when Jared tells her they need a break after three months of dating. The Oracle certainly never predicted that. Though upset, Kayla is determined to figure out what the next steps should be.

Oracle Regular Expressions Pocket Reference

by Jonathan Gennick Peter Linsley

Support for regular expressions in SQL and PL/SQL is one of the most exciting features of Oracle Database 10G. Oracle has long supported the ANSI-standard LIKE predicate for rudimentary pattern matching, but regular expressions take pattern matching to a new level. They provide a powerful way to select data that matches a pattern, as well as to manipulate, rearrange, and change that data. This concise pocket guide is part tutorial and part quick-reference. It's suitable for those who have never used regular expressions before, as well as those who have experience with Perl and other languages supporting regular expressions. The book describes Oracle Database 10G's support for regular expressions, including globalization support and differences between Perl's syntax and the POSIX syntax supported by Oracle 10G. It also provides a comprehensive reference, including examples, to all supported regular expression operators, functions, and error messages. O'Reilly's Pocket References have become a favorite among developers and database administrators everywhere. By providing a wealth of important details in a concise, well-organized format, these handy books deliver just what you need to complete the task at hand. Whether you're using regular expressions for the first time or applying your skills from other languages to the latest version of Oracle, the Oracle Regular Expressions Pocket Reference is the book to have close by.

Oracle RMAN Pocket Reference

by Darl Kuhn Scott Schulze

Oracle RMAN Pocket Reference is a handy guide for DBAs who intend to use Oracle Recovery Manager for database backup and recovery. Because Recovery Manager (RMAN) is a relatively new tool, many DBAs are just becoming familiar with it. They will welcome a timely book that explains clearly and concisely how to use RMAN for common backup and recovery tasks that are infrequent, yet extremely vital. The first portion of the book is primarily task-oriented. After a short section on RMAN architecture, the book shows (in checklist style) how to perform common backup and recovery tasks such as: Implementing a recovery catalog Creating and running RMAN scripts Configuring input/output channels Taking a full database backup Backing up tablespaces and datafiles Taking incremental backups Recovering lost datafiles The second portion of the book consists of a handy syntax reference to the many RMAN commands. Having a quick reference to RMAN commands is a great convenience to DBAs who otherwise, often under the pressure of a recovery situation, would have to wade through Oracle's online documentation.

Oracle Security

by William Heney Marlene Theriault

This book covers the field of Oracle security from simple to complex. It describes basic RDBMS security features (e.g., passwords, profiles, roles, privileges, synonyms) and includes many practical strategies for securing an Oracle system, developing auditing and backup plans, and using the Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Security Server. Also touches on advanced security features, such as encryption, Trusted Oracle, and Internet and Web protection.

Oracle Solaris 11 Advanced Administration Cookbook

by Alexandre Borges

If you are a Solaris administrator who wants to learn more about administering an Oracle Solaris system and want to go a level higher in utilizing the advanced features of Oracle Solaris, then this book is for you. A working knowledge of Solaris Administration is assumed.

Oracle Solaris 11: First Look

by Philip P. Brown

This book is written in simple, easy-to-understand format with lots of screenshots and step-by-step explanations. If you are a Solaris administrator looking for a step-by-step guide to understand the new features and functionality of Oracle Solaris 11, then this is the guide for you. Working knowledge of Solaris is required.

The Oracle Speaks: Warren Buffett In His Own Words

by David Andrews

From his office in Omaha, Nebraska, without even the benefit of a computer, Warren Buffett has racked up an investment record that far surpasses his counterparts on Wall Street--or anyone else in the world, for that matter. While traditionally stock exchanges have returned about 11 percent annually in the past half century, Buffett's investments have by nearly 29 percent a year, solidifying Buffett's conglomerate holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, as the eighth-largest business in the world and netting him $44 billion along the way.Despite this tremendous success, "the Oracle of Omaha" remains modest. He acknowledges that he has a unique ability to evaluate businesses, but he doesn't feel entitled to the vast wealth that ability has earned him. Instead, he likes to say that he was born at the right place and time. This humility in the face of proven talent and innumerable wealth is part of what makes Buffett universally popular--he is one of the world's wealthiest men and yet he is still personable and relatable.For the first time, the most thought-provoking and inspiring quotes from Buffett are now compiled in a single book. The Oracle Speaks: Warren Buffett in His Own Words is a comprehensive guidebook to the inner workings of the Berkshire Hathaway chairman. Hundreds of Buffett's best quotes, comprising thoughts on investing, Wall Street, business, politics, taxes, and life lessons, will provide the most intimate and direct look into the mind of a modern business icon and give readers enough counsel to last a lifetime.Media outlets, financial advisers, politicians, and Americans from Main Street to Wall Street hang on every word Buffett speaks, hoping to gain valuable insight into Buffett's investments and successes. There is possibly no greater stamp of approval in the business world than to have Buffett invest in a company, and few leaders in the course of history have commanded such universally agreed-upon respect. Even beyond his business savvy, Buffett is influential as a progressive thinker and active philanthropist, having pledged to give most of his money to charity through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation as well as foundations run by his three children. It is this humility that consistently draws people to Buffett, and will draw people to The Oracle Speaks.Most recently, inspired by Buffett's New York Times editorial in which he claimed he paid too little in taxes, President Barack Obama and Congress have named a series of tax reforms after Buffett. While the political implications have been controversial, Buffett has retained his reputation as an outspoken and successful business leader. The Oracle Speaks draws from decades of interviews, editorials, and annual shareholder reports, amassing the most complete outline of how Buffett believes a good business is run and a good life is led. It's advice that Buffett has successfully adhered to throughout his 80-plus years, and it is advice now available in the succinct, poignant, gift-friendly package of The Oracle Speaks.

Oracle SQL by Example (3rd edition)

by Alice Rischert

Oracle SQL by Example, Third Edition is a convenient, quick way to master Oracle SQL. This unique integrated book-and-Web learning solution teaches all the SQL skills you will need to succeed in an Oracle environment. Through hands-on, real-world labs, exercises, projects, and a superb Web-based training site, the book teaches administrators and programmers alike the core skills required for their jobs. Coverage includes every key Oracle SQL concept, including: entity-relationship diagrams, the SQL*Plus environment, SELECT and other statements, Boolean operations, joins, aggregate and not-aggregate functions. Each chapter contains review exercises that help the reader master the important skills before they move on.

Oracle SQL*Plus Pocket Reference

by Jonathan Gennick

This pocket reference provides quick reference information that will help you use SQL*Plus, Oracle's interactive query tool. It summarizes all of the SQL*Plus syntax, including the syntax for new Oracle8 i release 8.1.6 features. SQL*Plus is available at every Oracle site--from the largest data warehouse to the smallest single-user system--and it's a critical tool for virtually every Oracle user. Despite its wide use, few developers and DBAs know how powerful a tool SQL*Plus can be. This book boils down the most vital information from Gennick's best-selling book, Oracle SQL*Plus: The Definitive Guide , into an accessible summary. It concisely describes interacting with SQL*Plus, selecting data, formatting reports with SQL*Plus, and tuning SQL queries. It also contains quick references to the SQL*Plus commands and format elements. This book is an indispensable companion to O'Reilly bestselling book, Oracle SQL*Plus: The Definitive Guide , but it does not replace it; the larger book is truly the definitive guide, suitable for readers at all levels of expertise. The definitive guide describes the many tasks that SQL*Plus can perform, and provides a tutorial on many SQL*Plus topics. But this quick reference is an excellent, portable resource for readers who want a pocket-sized summary of SQL*Plus capabilities and a reminder of how to issue specific commands and formatting options for SQL*Plus. Table of Contents: Interacting with SQL*Plus Selecting Data Formatting Reports Tuning SQL SQL*Plus Format Elements SQL*Plus Command Reference

Oracle SQL*Plus Pocket Reference, 2nd Edition

by Jonathan Gennick

The new 2nd edition of our Oracle SQL*Plus Pocket Reference includes many new features for Oracle9 i (e.g., COALESCE function, searched CASE expressions, new table join syntax, partition operations, MERGE statement, and syntax changes in existing SQL*Plus statements such as ACCEPT, DESRIBE, HELP, and SET) It also adds sections on basic SQL (a much-requested feature): INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE, SELECT, and transaction management. The pocket reference size is especially appropriate for this particular subject, s

Oracle SQL Tuning Pocket Reference

by Mark Gurry

One of the most important challenges faced by Oracle database administrators and Oracle developers is the need to tune SQL statements so that they execute efficiently. Poorly tuned SQL statements are one of the leading causes of substandard database performance and poor response time. SQL statements that perform poorly result in frustration for users, and can even prevent a company from serving its customers in a timely manner. In this book, Mark Gurry shares his in-depth knowledge of Oracle's SQL statement optimizers. Mark's knowledge is the result of many hard-fought tuning battles during his many years of providing Oracle tuning services to clients. Mark provides insights into the workings of the rule-based optimizer that go well beyond what the rules tell you. Mark also provides solutions to many common problems that occur with both the rule-based and cost-based optimizers. In addition to the specific problem/solution scenarios for the optimizers, Mark provides a number of handy SQL tuning tips. He discusses the various optimizer hints, telling you when they can be used to good effect. Finally, Mark discusses the use of the DBMS_STATS package to manage database statistics, and the use of outlines to specify execution plans for SQL statements in third-party applications that you can't otherwise modify.

Oracle Utilities Pocket Reference

by Sanjay Mishra

The Oracle Utilities Pocket Reference is a handy, quick-reference guide to the multitude of Oracle utilities that database administrators (DBAs) use every hour of every day. As the undisputed leader among database products, Oracle is grasped conceptually by most DBAs. However, they understandably may not recall the specific utility to use for a given task, and, more commonly, won't in many cases remember the syntax to use. And that's exactly what the Oracle Utilities Pocket Reference supplies--the syntax and options for whatever utility a DBA needs to perform a given task. Some of the utilities documented in this guide include: SQL*Loader, for loading data expdp and exp for exporting data to another database oradebug for use in troubleshooting loadjava and dropjava for loading and unloading Java programs Packed with information in an easy-to-read format, this valuable resource is ideal for any experienced DBA. Even database programmers who deal with Oracle will truly appreciate having the Oracle Utilities Pocket Reference close at hand. Authored by Sanjay Mishra, a foremost authority on Oracle systems, this convenient and compact guide is focused and to-the-point, eliminating any potential guesswork or difficult memorization. The Oracle Utilities Pocket Reference is part of the strong-selling collection of O'Reilly "pocket reference" books.

Oracle VM Manager 2.1.2

by Tarry Singh

This is a practical, hands-on book with precise, step-by-step instructions. We go about installing Oracle VM Servers and Oracle VM Manager. The writing style is conversational and the book also gives you a graphical view of the steps that are carried out. The book starts by looking at the important features of virtualization and then takes you directly to installation. The motive is to get you started right away and have you excited enough to use the complete book as an essential guide to not only learning but implementing your Oracle VM farm within your data center. This book is for anyone who wants to learn virtualization with Oracle VM Manager and has some understanding and experience with virtualization; it is not an introductory book on virtualization but goes into detail explaining Oracle VM Servers and managing those VM Servers with Oracle VM Manager. The book is aimed at IT managers or administrators looking to learn a new set of skills to enhance their careers as well as those looking for more consolidated and comprehensive tools to manage virtual infrastructures. It will be helpful to VMware, Microsoft, and other virtualization administrators who are looking for robust and cheaper alternatives to otherwise expensive and proprietary virtualization software. Generally IT managers and non-core-IT staff may also benefit from chapters that teach how to manage the life-cycle of VMs and generally integrate the technology process into the people and processes of their organization.

Oracle Web Services Manager

by Sitaraman Lakshminarayanan

This is the book for those who want to learn how to: Secure web services Use Oracle WSM to configure web services security It is mainly for Developers and Architects who want to learn how to use Oracle WSM to address the security challenges of web services and those who want to learn how to use Oracle WSM to address their security needs. If you have a basic knowledge of web services then this book will help you understand the need for security and how to use Oracle WSM to address the security challenges.

The Oracle's Message

by Alex Archer

Steeped in legend, the Pearl of Palawan is rumored to grant a power men would risk dying to achieve--immortality. Annja Creed finds herself drawn to German treasure hunters searching for the fabled pearl in the Philippines, but no one realizes the true nature of the artifact. Original.

Oracle's Moon (Elder Races #4)

by Thea Harrison

As a second daughter, Grace Andreas never had to worry about the intrigues of the Elder Races. But when her sister, Petra, and Petra's husband are both killed, Grace inherits the Power and responsibilities of the Oracle of Louisville, as well as her sister's two young children--neither of which she is prepared for. Yet, she is not alone. Khalil, Demonkind and Djinn prince of House Marid--driven by his genuine caring for the children--has decided to make himself a part of the household both as their guardian and as an exasperating counterpoint to Grace's impudence toward the Elder Races. But when an attempt is made on Grace's life, she realises that Khalil is the only one who can protect her--and offer her more than a mortal man ...

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