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ORACLE 8 THE COMPLETE REFERENCE. Avec CD-ROM, Edition anglaise (Anglais) Relié – 1 octobre 1997

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Broad but surprisingly incomplete for its size 4 décembre 1999
Par Lawrence J. Winkler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I used this book as the textbook in a college course in learning SQL using ORACLE that I was teaching. I surveyed the book in the process of preparing the reading assignments, then taught the topics.
To my surprise, too often, I presented material commonly used that the book did not address or did not cover well (such as "FM" formatting code as a simple example). Students found the book inadequate for understanding, and I needed to cover material in lecture because the book did not adequately cover.
The tuning chapter does an excellent job of abstracting the tuning process but it does not relate that discussion to explain plan output.
For its discussion of SQL/PLUS I had to supplement by giving them a complete copy of the SQL/PLUS command reference from the online documentation to allow them to perform their assignments.
The book is adequate, an overview of Oracle. But for its size, it's missing the information necessary to move confidently into practice.
Unfortunately, this book may still be the best available.
22 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Ultimate Oracle Reference 5 décembre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
1. Oracle online documentation is notoriously awkward. This book is no exception. But who cares? Forget the CD -- use the print. If you really want something to view on your computer, join the Oracle Developer Program. It's free, and many of the CD's have ALL the Oracle manuals in HTML format! Plus you get free trial software including the server software.
2. This book is NOT suitable for learning the basics of SQL (such as how to do a join). Any basic "Learning SQL" book will teach that. What it IS suitable for is finding function syntax, format masks, as well as understanding more complex issues like how the SQL optimizer works and how to code accordingly. It's also not a very good PL/SQL reference. Check out the author Steven Feuerstein for his books on those subjects.
Don't expect one book to do it all, but damn, this book comes pretty close. For in-depth server information, try the Oracle Server Concepts manual.
18 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Useful book containing many stupid things 6 mars 2000
Par joe_n_bloe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
First, the Oracle8 Complete Reference is a useful reference book. But try not to pay too much attention to the actual words of the author(s). Some of them are laughable. I'll keep this brief, so here's just one excerpt:
"ORACLE8 does not presently support an OO concept called polymorphism. Polymorphism is the ability of the same instruction to be interpreted different ways by different objects. For example, assume that the instruction is 'fire'. The 'fire' instruction, as applied to the 'employee' object, would be interpreted in one manner; the same instruction, as applied to the 'gun' object, would be interpreted in a totally different manner."
Apparently the author doesn't know the difference between polymorphism and a pun. He certainly doesn't have any understanding of what polymorphism really means. His defense of ORACLE SQL extensions is even sillier, and his presentation of normalization is oblique and confused (and fortunately, because he apparently doesn't really understand it, he only wastes a couple of pages on the topic), but as I said, I'll keep this brief. What's bad about this is that the author is filling fresh new minds with misinformation. But that's hardly a rarity in technical publishing nowadays.
Decent books on DBMS are rare. This isn't a decent book, but it is a decent reference for ORACLE8, and probably better than many other "big thick book" alternatives. Caveat emptor.
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Superior reference for developers (not DBA's!) ...a delight 7 février 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I got into this book in depth when I was studying for test 1 of 4 for Oracle DBA Certification. That test, and this book, cover application level concepts, such as SQL, privleges, data dictionary stuff, PL/SQL, and the like. The explanations and examples are extremely good, very clear and easy to understand. They are well developed, coherent, easy to follow, and use good sample data. There is no way you won't have an in-depth understanding of Oracle from an application developers standpoint if you read this book. It was literally a joy to read after studying some of the sloppy certification guides that are out there. I'm very confident in my Oracle skills, with this book at my side.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great Book 18 janvier 2000
Par Neera Dhaliwal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This is very good book for the beginners I found this book very helpful.The language and examples are easily understood and it answers almost all of your questions on Oracle database.The reference material at the end is really useful but I wish there was more coverage on PL/SQL.
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