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A Fully Integrated Study System for OCA Exam 1Z0-052

Prepare for the Oracle Certified Associate Oracle Database 11g Administration I exam with help from this exclusive Oracle Press guide. In each chapter, you'll find challenging exercises, practice questions, a two-minute drill, and a chapter summary to highlight what you've learned. This authoritative guide will help you pass the test and serve as your essential on-the-job reference. Get complete coverage of all OCA objectives for exam 1Z0-052, including:

  • Database architecture
  • Creating an Oracle Database
  • Managing the Oracle instance
  • Configuring and managing the Oracle network
  • Managing database storage structures
  • Administering user security
  • Managing schema objects, data and concurrency, and undo data
  • Implementing Oracle Database security
  • Database maintenance and performance management
  • Backup and recovery
  • Moving data
  • Intelligent infrastructure enhancements

On the CD-ROM:

  • One full practice exam that simulates the actual OCA exam
  • Detailed answers and explanations
  • Score report performance assessment tool
  • Complete electronic book
  • Bonus exam available free with online registration

Biographie de l'auteur

John Watson, OCP, is a senior consultant with BLP Management Consultants, and taught for Oracle University in South Africa for four years. He is the coauthor of the bestseller, Oracle Database 10g OCP Certification All-In-One Exam Guide.


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  • Broché: 733 pages
  • Editeur : McGraw-Hill Osborne; Édition : 1 Pap/Cdr (1 juin 2008)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0071591028
  • ISBN-13: 978-0071591027
  • Dimensions du produit: 3,8 x 18,5 x 22,5 cm
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Le mieux pour travailler la certif 9 décembre 2011
Par Jow
Format:Broché
Surement ce qu'il y a de mieux en vue de préparer la certification IZO-052.
Attention il ne prépare qu'a dba1, donc pour passer OCA il faut aussi travailer sql fundamentals.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 decent - has some inaccuracies 25 juin 2008
Par Matthew B. Jacobson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book has a fairly decent walk through of the exam. The 'substance' is there but the proofreading is not. Many times this can be inferred - for example; on page 175 - it tells you to set the 'processes' parameter in the 'static' parameter file by using the 'scope=spfile' option.

alter system set processes=200 scope=spfile;

Okay - so far so good. Next page - we set the optimizer mode to the outdated 'rule' value. However - we want the change to work for the current session only - so we use the 'scope=spfile' value. (HUH??)

alter system set optimizer_mode=rule scope=spfile;

This is straight out of the book. It was obviously a mistake because they said the same value for scope did two different things. I looked it up the 'alter system' command on the net and found the correct scope value to affect only the current session is 'memory' - so it should actually have been:

alter system set optimizer_mode=rule scope=memory;

Makes much more sense now. The thing that kinda scares me is how many more of these little mistakes are there that are not as obvious? So I try to read this book as a 'rough in' but take it all with a grain of salt.

I don't know how many good books there are out there yet for the 11g exam - this one is OKAY. I bought this one impulsively at B&N without prior research... maybe you can find a better one.

One more thing - if you are not yet familiar with the fundamentals of a relational database (normalization, foreign keys, join types, etc.) - do NOT go off of the explanation in the beginning 'primer' chapter of this book - it is horrible and I was only able to piece it together using my prior knowledge of the same. Once it gets into the actual DBA work the writing improves.

Edit 9/10/2008 - Now that I'm further into the book I'm going to have to say; don't get this book - it's too inaccurate. Here's another example - one of their sample exam questions asks for modifiers that can be applied to a b-tree index and not a bitmap index. One of the WRONG answers was "descending". To quote: "Descending, function-based, and compound indexes can be either b*tree or bitmap.

It seemed really odd to me that you could make a bitmap index descending. So I looked it up the CREATE INDEX statement on oracle docs 11g:

ASC | DESC
(...)
Restriction on Ascending and Descending Indexes You cannot specify either of these clauses for a domain index. You cannot specify DESC for a reverse index. ****Oracle Database ignores DESC if index is bitmapped**** or if the (...)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 What you need to pass the exam *and* learn the basics of administering Oracle 31 juillet 2012
Par Matthew Morris - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is an extremely comprehensive book -- both from the standpoint of the 1Z0-052 certification test and in terms of the fundamental knowledge that an Oracle DBA needs to have. It does not simply lay out information about the exam topics in isolation but provides background and details that pull everything into context. It's the context that an Oracle DBA needs to have in order to be able to make use of the information in a work environment. Passing the test is obviously a primary aim of anyone reading this book. However, for those just starting out in Oracle, the foremost goal of the certification process should be learning how to become a DBA. This book has the information that will help you to do both.

The proofreading issues mentioned by the other reviewers exist. However, they constitute a tiny fraction of the book, and few of the errors impact exam questions. Despite this, be sure to read the errata available on the McGraw Hill web site. To put the errors in perspective -- assume that you use this book to study for the test (without ever checking the errata). If you get every question right where the book provides the correct information, and get every question wrong where there is an error, you would likely miss two or three questions and 'only' pass with 95-97%. Reading the book doesn't guarantee that you'll pass the test. You may fail to understand the information or fail to retain it. However, the answers to the questions you will be asked on the exam are in this book.

A couple of the other reviewers mention using other sources in addition to this book and I fully agree. I never use a single source for any certification test if I can help it. The Oracle documentation is well written and free to download. If you are new to Oracle and have never read the Concepts manual, you should read it at the very minimum. The information tested on 1Z0-052 is spread among seven or eight different Oracle manuals. The book pulls all of that information together into a single location and makes it easier and faster to absorb. However, you should not overlook the fact that the manuals are available if you have questions or want further details on any given topic.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 This book has potential 5 février 2010
Par General Admission - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
After reading a few Oracle cert books I really, really, liked the way this book was organized. Structurally, it's written well, with cohesion, conciseness, and terms that don't seem like and endless decoupled liturgy of things to memorize.

However, the proof reading and syntax issues in this book blows. It's got way too many errata issues that I'm finding as I read. And this isn't good for a book that supposed to help you pass a test and for a book that's listed at 59.95.

And it's not terribly easy to find the already existing errata that's been published on McGraw Hill's web site(s) of which there are many.

Things I've found already (excluding the already published errata are)

Chapter 5 in the book indicates that BACKGROUND_DUMP_DEST parameter used to point to trace locations. However, this parameter is now deprecated.

Page 278 Chapter 7 Self Test Answers number 9. Indicates that D and E are the correct answers outing C "because there is no relevant information in V$DATABASE. However, on page 275 D in the question is V$DATABASE. D is one of the "correct" answers on page 278, yet V$DATABASE, as indicated, is incorrect. The problem is that there's a mismatch of the test question answers with the actual answers. According to the original question, the answer should be E for V$DATAFILE and for V$TABLESPACE. The answer needs to be rewritten, or the question does.

Page 278 Chapter 7 Self Test Answers number 10. Discusses the DBA_TABLESPACE view. There is no such view; however, DBA_TABLESPACES exists.

Also, I'm getting the feeling that the test questions were aggregated separately from its content. Which is OK, I rather like the challenge--seems more like a test. However, part of me feels that if you read the book well enough you should be able to answer the book's questions using information provided in the book. Shouldn't the author literally be able to cut and paste his own text in the answer section, perhaps paraphrased with a reference to the chapter text? I'm not seeing that at all.

So do I hate this book? Not at all. It's a good read for sure. However, I'm reading it on one of those book club subscriptions and gleaning what I need. Glad I'm not paying full price for something with so many errors. I'm tired of expensive technical books with all the errors in print. If they fix the errors in this book, it could be a 5 star read and worthy of republishing.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Handy for Someone New 5 mai 2010
Par Cassius Clay Rae - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
New DBAs and those new to Oracle, you'll find this book handy, but I recommend that you familiarize yourself with related topics before diving in.
* Using/accessing an Oracle database. Using forms, reports, SQL, and SQL*Plus.
* UNIX and Window's command prompt
* Operating System and hardware interaction
* Networking (Servers vs. Clients)

I'm not saying you have to be an expert in these areas, but if you understand these and are comfortable with them, reading this will be less intimidating. It certainly made it easier for me.

+ I like this book. I have become more fluent in the terminology and I have acquired handy tools to use as a new DBA. I know I still have a long way to go too.

The hardest thing I have with this is sitting down and reading it straight through. I like to read the chapters in order, but I've found that hopping around makes reading easier. For example: Things I would recommend for a new DBA (with previous experience with Oracle on the user end)is Chp 1 (overview), Chp 5 (managing Oracle instances), then even skipping to Chp 8 with administrative tasks. As these things become easy, move on to more detailed chapters about tasks and database structures. It is good (and I recommend) to know what controlfiles, redo log files, OEM, SQL*Developer are and how they can help you; but to first read details about memory structures can make reading this book and the job as a DBA seem dull and only abstract. Explore other chapters, they will reference SGA/PGA and other database architectures, but it'll be easier to vision the interaction and the dependence between applications,files and database architecture. *Everyone is different, this is a method that helped me out... and it's a method I saw throughout college.

- Read other reviews and be aware that there are proofreading errors in this book! That's makes me worry that I'll misunderstand a key concept... and the reason why I'd consider giving this 3 stars instead of 4.
+ I don't regret my purchase. There's a treasure trove of good information here.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent resource 3 novembre 2008
Par Richard Sparno - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
The goal of this book is not to completely prepare you to pass the certification exam in it's entirety without other resources. It would be absurd to think this. The goal is to coach you through preparation for the exam. The book does an excellent job in explaining most of the subject matter in an easy to read format. Although it does make a few typo errors here and there, it should not take away from the value of the book. I could not have passed the test without this book unless of course I shelled out $3000 to take the prep course directly from Oracle.
I would recommend buying this book, purchasing sample test questions from Self Test Software, installing a copy of Oracle 11g on your personal computer and referencing the Oracle 11g Administration manual from time to time in order to pass the certification exam.
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