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Ramp Up Your PL/SQL Programming Skills

Master PL/SQL through the hands-on exercises, extensive examples, and real-world projects inside this Oracle Press guide. Filled with best practices, Oracle Database 11g PL/SQL Programming Workbook covers all the latest features and enhancements of the language. Mastery checks at the end of each chapter reinforce the material covered, and sample code from the book is available for download. Even experienced Oracle professionals will benefit from this practical resource.

  • Understand the Oracle development architecture and the mechanics of connections
  • Work with data types, structures, blocks, cursors, and PL/SQL semantics
  • Write, deploy, and use functions, procedures, and packages
  • Manage transactions and more
  • Use dynamic SQL statements in real-world applications
  • Support online transaction processing and data warehousing applications with external tables
  • Find syntax samples and best practices to solve problems
  • Write, deploy, and use object types

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Biographie de l'auteur

Michael McLaughlin is a professor at Brigham Young University-Idaho in the Computer Information Technology Department of the Business and Communication School. He is the author of Oracle Database 11g PL/SQL Programming and other titles.

John M. Harper is a database professional with 10 years of Oracle experience. He is currently a senior lead engineer at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.



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13 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
good, but same standard complaints 27 décembre 2010
Par much2learn - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book has the same issues for programming newbies as other books of this type (yes, even in the 'for Dummies' books).

The issues are as follows.
1. New terminology/functions is introduced without being fully explained in the text nor is there a reference to where this information can be found.
2. Code samples contain code that has not been covered yet or contains exceptions to the rules being taught.
3. As new information is taught, the sample code for that particular section contains too many differneces from the code used in the sample code from the immediately preceeding section.

The first one is frustrating but a quick search on-line can usually give a more thorough definition of a term or the syntax for a funtion (c.f. try to find "guard-on-entry loop").

The last two are the more trying because the sample code is not really searchable. Samples code should build on previous examples and only introduce the new coding currently being covered. Too many new and unexplained functions, clauses, or statements confuse the newbie.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
for serious learners, not those needing someone to hold their hand. 13 décembre 2012
Par James Kerr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This was a valuable resource to me as I am just learning oracle. It is important to understand where this will fit into your learning. The text is not difficult to understand, but you should some have some base experience in some kind of programming language. This book is very good at just telling you exactly and simply how to write PL/SQL. There are 12 chapters with topics like 'functions,' 'objects,' 'error management,' etc... so you shouldn't really expect to get lost anywhere.

That is really why I enjoyed this book, it was very straighforward. Chapter, concept, example, summary, exercises. By the end of the book you will be able to at least read and understand any code you come accross and write a few dandy procedures. This was my experience.

The thing with learning SQL is just if you try to learn just through google you will find a ton of resources on MySQL and only some on Oracle by comparison. And a lot of the oracle stuff you find will just be MySQL solutions ported over on forums which post WRONG 'guessed' code. And within that the help you will find on PL/SQL is sparse at best. Yes I know there is always the full documentation on oracle.com(ZZZzzzzzzzz).

I bought oracles other DBA handbook before this and also have SQL books from MS and o reilly. This book is my favorite so far when comparing format and easyness of reading.
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Oracle Developer, you need this book! 11 mars 2010
Par Clay L. Christensen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is essential for Oracle veteran and beginner alike. It wraps all the best practices and new features into an easy to read, example laden, treasure of insight into PL/SQL on 11g. A must for all. It is like having a friend who is ready when you need him to point out the new, give you an example, and teach you the pit falls and best practices that you may not think of otherwise.
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Good Textbook 15 août 2013
Par David Pappe - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a great guide for those who have some databases knowledge. It refers basic vocabulary that a DBA should have in order to understand the basic concepts. It contains examples and tips that show you how to create a queries. It will also be a good exercise if you work along with his web site, you will be able to clarify your doubts.
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Powerful Book 29 février 2012
Par Jordan M. Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is an excellent resource for anyone studying PL/SQL or desiring to improve their skills in PL/SQL. The author is very knowledgeable on the topic and explains it in a fairly straightforward fashion allowing for relatively quick understanding of the topic. As always it requires effort to develop skills but this book makes doing so much easier then any other book of this type. I recommend this book heavily for the use of students and professionals.
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