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Oracle 8i : The complete reference (Anglais) Relié – 16 octobre 1980


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97 internautes sur 100 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Best General Oracle Book 5 juin 2000
Par Dustin Marx - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book has much of the same content as its predecessor, Oracle 8: The Complete Reference, but also adds a good chapter on Java (SQLJ, JDBC, stored procedures) and information on other new 8i features. For example, PL/SQL invoker's rights is covered.
I have reviewed several general Oracle books and think this is the best for someone who wants a comprehensive review of core Oracle concepts. No single book can cover everything related to Oracle. For information on precompilers, detailed information on Java tools, Developer, Designer, Discoverer, Applications, and other non-core Oracle products, you should reference a book that directly and solely deals with those products. However, for a thorough reference covering SQL, PL/SQL, database administration, and general database architecture and development, this book is wonderful.
29 internautes sur 30 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The title says it all 25 octobre 2000
Par Water Monkey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
You know you need to learn Oracle, but where do you focus; DBA, SQL, WebDB? This reference book will help you learn the inner workings of Oracle.
Being a "complete" reference some areas had to be cut down. But, if you are a DBA or SQL coder this reference will be invaluable to you.
This is a must for any Oracle library and I plan to make it my first stop for reference questions. If you haven't had the oppotunity to attend any classes taught bu Oracle, you definately need this book, in order to get explanations of the differences in procedures in Oracle as compared to other RDBSs
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"The Mostly Complete Reference" 22 juin 2001
Par M. Loftus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
All serious 8i DBA's should have this book on his/her desk, but just don't expect to find everything in it. It is like a soup-bowl: wide, but rather shallow. It contains lots of good syntax and a brief description and explanation of Oracle topics and I refer to it often. But I still have to refer to the more narrowly-focused Oracle books to obtain in-depth detail. This is not a substitute for the other Oracle Press books, just a great addition.
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An excellent and complete Oracle reference book 18 mai 2001
Par Steven Park - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This is a great book to help you get up to speed and stay on top of Oracle-centric concepts. It helps to have some experience using an RDBMS before climbing the Oracle mountain, but the early chapters will help even the novice database designer get up to speed. I bought two Oracle books, this and one from another publisher, and this is always the first book I'll grab. The reference manual in the back is superb, complete and well-organized. There are several handbooks in the middle that detail the basics of database administration and optimization. There is a wealth of examples throughout and the book is well-written in a relaxed, non-academic tone. My only wish would be for the index to be a little more complete. I've literally spent hours thumbing through the book for obscure topics that should have been listed.
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Broad coverage, but lacks depth 29 mai 2002
Par S. Raghavan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This book is a handy reference to a variety of ORACLE 8i topics. But, it doesn't go into any chapter in depth. For instance, if you look into PL/SQL, there is hardly 15 to 20 pages of reference material. Most of the times, I end up searching the web to get the answers (technet, metalink etc).
The syntax reference that you can view online at TECHNET.ORACLE.COM, fills up almost 25% of the book.
Overall, it is a bulky but shallow reference book.
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