• PART I Oracle Database 10g Administrative I Exam

    PART I Oracle Database 10g Administrative I Exam

    Databases, in their most simple form, are a mechanism for storing data. The data can be logical, like the values stored in a computer program, or may be physical, like a file or receipt. You probably have databases in existence all around you, but you may not see them as such. For example, the shoebox in which you’ve placed your tax receipts for the accountant is a database of your annual expenses. When you open a file cabinet and take out...

     892 p cit 18/04/2013 100 1

  • Oracle XSQL Combining SQL, Oracle Text, XSLT, and Java to Publish Dynamic Web Content

    Oracle XSQL Combining SQL, Oracle Text, XSLT, and Java to Publish Dynamic Web Content

    Welcome to the exciting world of eXtended Structured Query Language (XSQL) development! What’s so exciting? Efficiency and ease of use. XSQL isn’t some razzle-dazzle technology to wow your users. It also isn’t the latest X standard du jour that no one can stop talking about—until you ask, “But what does it do for me today?” The problem with all of the great stuff out there is that no one technology does it all. AWeb server...

     593 p cit 22/04/2013 98 2

  • Oracle 11g For Dummies

    Oracle 11g For Dummies

    If you are reading this text, chances are you’re considering throwing yourself into the wonderful world of Oracle database administration. The good news is, you have come to right place. The bad news? Well, it’s not really bad news . . . but you have quite an adventure ahead of you. Luckily, the authors of this book, your guides in this adventure, can help smooth out any bumpy roads. With over 35 years of combined Oracle experience, we...

     412 p cit 07/05/2013 98 1

  • Expert Oracle and Java Security Programming Secure Oracle Database Applications with Java

    Expert Oracle and Java Security Programming Secure Oracle Database Applications with Java

    Every day I read e-mails and articles dealing with computer security attacks and breaches, and the repercussions that follow. I have been getting onboard with computer security for decades, and there is no end in sight for this effort. Each and every professional in information technology has a commitment to keep with regard to computer security. We have, most of us, signed computing codes of conduct, and further we have aligned ourselves with...

     466 p cit 07/05/2013 94 1

  • Oracle 9i: The complete reference

    Oracle 9i: The complete reference

    The simple and clear language of this book helps establish a common vocabulary that both end users and developers can apply to coherently share concepts and ensure the success of development efforts. The book will cover new topics core to the 9i release including new functions and commands, the Virtual Private Database (VPD), and Flashback Queries.

     1214 p cit 18/04/2013 91 1

  • SQL Server 2012 Query Performance Tuning

    SQL Server 2012 Query Performance Tuning

    Performance is frequently one of the last things on peoples’ minds when they’re developing a system. Unfortunately, that means it usually becomes the biggest problem after that system goes to production. You can’t simply rely on getting a phone call that tells you that procedure X on database Y that runs on server Z is running slow. You have to have a mechanism in place to find this information for yourself. You also can’t work off the...

     521 p cit 18/04/2013 83 1

  • Sakai OAE Deployment and Management

    Sakai OAE Deployment and Management

    The original Sakai software descended from work by Indiana University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, University of Michigan, uPortal, and the Open Knowledge Initiative. Lots of the original code came from University of Michigan’s framework, known as CHEF, the CompreHensive collaborativE Framework. (Programmers do love to stretch their acronyms.)

     140 p cit 08/05/2013 46 1

  • 10g RAC Best Practices

    10g RAC Best Practices

    These Best Practices are based on customer experiences, and they will generally give the best results. However, systems have different requirements and cost structures, so these Best Practices might not be applicable in all cases. As technology evolves and with new experiences, these Best Practices will probably change over time. These Best Practices do not replace the standard product documentation which is the official guide to product use.

     64 p cit 18/04/2013 44 1

  • ORACLEGUIDE DBA SURVIVAL

    ORACLEGUIDE DBA SURVIVAL

    Some people lead highly focused careers. I’m not one of those people. Instead, I have tried a number of different jobs, appreciating a variety of assignments and learning new things. This was how I got into Oracle. I was working as a system architect and MIS planner when someone needed to have a database management system. I ordered the system and, because I had worked with Oracle a little before for a test, set up the system for them. Once...

     790 p cit 18/04/2013 42 1

  • JSTL in Action

    JSTL in Action

    This book will show you how to make the most of JSTL. It begins without assuming you know anything more than HTML, and it gently introduces you to all the principles you’ll need to produce flexible, powerful web pages. The goal of this book isn’t to satisfy my own ego by showing you how subtle and tricky technology can be, but instead to equip you to handle any JSTL-related issue that arises when you produce real-world, dynamic web sites....

     111 p cit 07/05/2013 40 1

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