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  06-07-06 

Learning to Query in Oracle XE

Jayaram Krishnaswamy 108626

Querying the database is one of the most common tasks that you may have to carry out routinely. This tutorial shows you the options for running SQL queries and how to run the queries against the database in the Oracle Express Edition, Oracle XE for short.

  05-23-06 

Experience the Possibilities with Oracle 10g Express Edition

Jayaram Krishnaswamy 112586

There are plenty of companies that produce large, expensive database programs with lots of features. But if you're a small company, you don't need to spend a lot of money to get a database that suits your needs; in fact, you may not need to spend any money at all. This article introduces you to Oracle 10g XE, a free database with a friendly user interface.

  04-18-06 

Writing to Text Files in Oracle PL/SQL

Jagadish Chatarji 851294

This is the second article in a series focusing on file input/output using Oracle PL/SQL packages.

  04-11-06 

Reading Text Files using Oracle PL/SQL and UTL_FILE

Jagadish Chatarji 724745

In this series of articles, we shall concentrate on working with file input/output using Oracle PL/SQL packages. Even though I start with simple examples in the first article of this series, I shall introduce you (in my upcoming articles) to the power of the most advanced techniques using file input/output with Oracle PL/SQL.

  03-27-06 

Associative Arrays in Oracle PL/SQL: The Best Approach

Jagadish Chatarji 75892

This is the third article in a series focusing on associative arrays. In this article, we shall examine recommended methodologies for working with associative arrays even more professionally than in the previous article.

  03-20-06 

Associative Arrays in Oracle PL/SQL: The Professional Approach

Jagadish Chatarji 143403

This is the second article in a series focusing on associative arrays. In this article, we shall examine recommended methodologies for working with associative arrays efficiently.

  03-13-06 

Associative Arrays in Oracle PL/SQL: Introduction

Jagadish Chatarji 772343

In this series of articles, we shall concentrate on working with associative arrays in Oracle PL/SQL. Even though I start with simple examples in the first article of this series, I shall introduce you (in my upcoming articles) to the power of much more advanced techniques using associative arrays with Oracle PL/SQL.

  02-23-06 

Developing and Implementing Applications, concluded

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 39469

This article, the third of three parts, focuses on the design and creation of applications that use the database. It is excerpted from chapter five of the book Oracle Database 10g DBA Handbook, written by Kevin Loney and Bob Bryla (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2005; ISBN: 0072231459).

  02-16-06 

Developing and Implementing Applications, continued

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 53522

This article, the second of three parts, focuses on the design and creation of applications that use the database. It is excerpted from chapter five of the book Oracle Database 10g DBA Handbook, written by Kevin Loney and Bob Bryla (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2005; ISBN: 0072231459).

  02-09-06 

Developing and Implementing Applications

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 54222

This article, the first of three parts, focuses on the design and creation of applications that use the database. It is excerpted from chapter five of the book Oracle Database 10g DBA Handbook, written by Kevin Loney and Bob Bryla (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2005; ISBN: 0072231459).

  02-02-06 

Upgrading to Oracle Database 10g, concluded

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 33241

Want to upgrade to Oracle Database 10g, but not sure how? Fortunately, there are a number of ways to do it. This article, the second of two parts, describes these methods and guides you as to which one to use, depending on your circumstances. It is excerpted from chapter two of the Oracle Database 10g DBA Handbook, written by Kevin Loney and Bob Bryla (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2005; ISBN: 0072231459).

  01-26-06 

Upgrading to Oracle Database 10g

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 109226

Want to upgrade to Oracle Database 10g, but not sure how? Fortunately, there are a number of ways to do it. This article, the first of two parts, describes these methods and guides you as to which one to use, depending on your circumstances. It is excerpted from chapter two of the Oracle Database 10g DBA Handbook, written by Kevin Loney and Bob Bryla (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2005; ISBN: 0072231459).

  01-19-06 

Extending PL/SQL with Java Libraries, concluded

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 114697

If you are looking for a way to extend stored programs with Java, look no further. This article, the second of two parts, is excerpted from chapter five of Expert Oracle PL/SQL, written by Ron Hardman and Michael McLaughlin (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2005; ISBN: 0072261943).

  01-12-06 

Extending PL/SQL with Java Libraries

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 102205

If you are looking for a way to extend stored programs with Java, look no further. This article, the first of two parts, is excerpted from chapter five of Expert Oracle PL/SQL, written by Ron Hardman and Michael McLaughlin (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2005; ISBN: 0072261943).

  12-15-05 

Large Database Features In Oracle, conclusion

McGraw-Hill/Osborne 65794

When you are working with large databases with Oracle Database 10g, there are certain topics with which you need to be familiar. These topics are covered in this article, which is the second of two parts. It is excerpted from chapter nine of the book Oracle Database 10g A Beginner's Guide, written by Ian Abramson et al (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2004; ISBN: 0072230789).

 
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