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ORACLE: The complete reference


By George Koch; Robert Muller; Kevin Loney. 3rd ed, Osborne McGraw-Hill 1995, Published in USA


1050pp, GBP 25.95 0-07-882097-9


An alphabetical reference of Oracle commands, functions, syntax, key words, concepts and products. The book includes a review of critical database concepts and an overview of SQL, as well as insider’s tips and techniques for developing Oracle products.


Throughout the text are extensive examples of the effective use, design and maintenance of databases. Also included are examples of how Oracle’s gateway capabilities allow users to transparently integrate new and existing data, systems and applications.


Readership: undergraduate; postgraduate; research, professional; technical, vocational



ORACLE: A BEGINNER’S GUIDE


By Michael J. Corey; Michael Abbey.


Osborne McGraw-Hill 1995, Published in USA


Published in Association with Oracle Press 452pp, 232 x 189mm GBP21.95 0-07-882122-3


This is the first authorized guide to the world’s leading database management system. It gives a clear explanation of all the basics for creating and managing a database, and a demonstration of designing a database, creating tables, adding and searching through data and producing reports. It also covers tuning Oracle for optimal performance and networking Oracle.


Readership: research, professional; technical, vocational; general



ORACLE BACKUP AND RECOVERY HANDBOOK


By Rama Velpuri.


Osborne McGraw-Hill 1995, Published in USA 400pp, PAPERBACK GBP 21.95 0-07-882106-1


Aims to give system administrators suggestions and procedures to follow so that their backups will work and the system will keep running at optimum speed. The two key issues covered are prevention of and recovery from disasters that could lead to loss of data.


Readership: research, professional; technical, vocational



ORACLE DBA HANDBOOK: What every systems administrator needs to know for effective and efficient database management


By Kevin Loney.


Osborne McGraw-Hill 1994, Published in USA 608pp, PAPERBACK GBP 25.95 0-07-881182-1


Learn to manage a networked Oracle database system efficiently and effectively with this comprehensive guide


Starting with how to set up a database, the Oracle DBA Handbook covers architecture, hardware, and layout considerations. Moving on, this book provides in-depth information about database management and supporting packages, and covers working with networked Oracle. A command reference and configuration guidelines are included as well as scripts and tips.


Readership: research, professional; technical, vocational



ORACLE DEVELOPER/2000 HANDBOOK


By Robert J. Muller.


Osborne McGraw-Hill Feb 1996, Published in USA 504pp, PAPERBACK GBP 28.95 0-07-882180-0


Written for high-end client/server programmers, this handbook examines Oracle’s development suite of applications, Oracle Developer/2000. The author covers Oracle Forms, a report generator and a graphing utility.


Beginning with the nuts and bolts of building applications, including a discussion of the application development „life cycle” and tips on organizing work to optimize success, the author then focuses on aspects of designing, prototyping and security techniques. He also covers implementing, testing and debugging. Deploying applications with other tools are also discussed in the final chapters of the book.


Readership: research, professional; technical, vocational



ORACLE DEVELOPER’S GUIDE


By David McClanahan.


Osborne McGraw-Hill 1995, Published in USA 608pp, PAPERBACK GBP 22.95 0-07-882087-1


This text aims to teach potential developers all they need to know to develop good Oracle applications. It assumes a C background and some understanding of SQL. It provides the code needed to perform common tasks and covers Oracle background information, program development, and distributed databases.


Security, error handling and optimizing performance are discussed for developers who are interested in more advanced programming.


The book starts with an orientation section, then details C and SQL database development, and covers creating distributed databases.


Readership: research, professional; technical, vocational



ORACLE MEDIA OBJECTS HANDBOOK


By Dan Shafer.


Osborne McGraw-Hill Mar 1996, Published in USA, mixed-media pack (700pp book & CD-ROM), Illustrations MIX, CDROM GBP 30.95 (inc.VAT) 0-07-882214-9


Oracle Media Objects (OMO) is expected to revolutionize the field of multimedia as it allows even non-programmers to develop multimedia presentations and applications. This guide provides exercises, illustrations and real-world projects. The accompanying CD-ROM contains a trial version of OMO.


Readership: undergraduate; postgraduate; research, professional; general



ORACLE NETWORKING


By Hugo Toledo; Kenneth Zimmerman.


Osborne McGraw-Hill Feb 1996, Published in USA 500pp, PAPERBACK GBP 24.95 0-07-882165-7


This book is useful for those planning, developing and maintaining Oracle components. It shares the secrets of building a networked environment using the full range of Oracle tools.


Readers will learn how to create a networked Oracle database environment that fully realizes its potential. They will find coverage of topics from Windows 95 workstations to Oracle Internet databases and everything in between. Also included are many useful examples of security, network utilization modelling, and even Oracle Mobile Agents implementation. This is the most complete book available for those who use Oracle to design and develop database systems.


Readership: research, professional; technical, vocational



ORACLE PL/SQL PROGRAMMING


By Tom Portolio; Tim Smith.


Osborne McGraw-Hill Mar 1996, Published in USA 500pp, 235 x 189mm


PAPERBACK GBP 24.95


0-07-882176-2


This text explains how to develop, test, debug, and tune Oracle applications using such popular tools as Visual Basic, SQL and Oracle Developer/2000. It provides advice on transaction design, distributed processing and application security.


Readership: undergraduate; postgraduate; research, professional; general



ORACLE POWER OBJECTS DEVELOPER’S GUIDE


By Richard Finkelstein; Kasu Sista; Rick Greenwald.


Osborne McGraw-Hill Oct 1995, Published in USA , mixed-media pack (656pp pbk & CD-ROM) MIX, COMP GBP 28.95 (inc.VAT) 0-07-882163-0


This guide presents practical explanations on how to build client- server applications using the Oracle workgroup/2000 toolset. It includes descriptions about planning, designing and building applications for Power Objects, and an introduction to Power Objects, programming in Oracle Basic, understanding a database, using extended user interface options and managing reports.


Readership: undergraduate; postgraduate; research, professional



ORACLE „PROJECT X” HANDBOOK


By Bruce Kolste.


Osborne McGraw-Hill 1995, Published in USA 512pp, 232 x 189mm GBP 22.95 0-07-882089-8


„Project X” is an Oracle database which runs on Windows and the Mac. It offers menu-driven database tools and a programming language similar to Visual Basic. This book takes readers through the basics of „Project X” and teaches them how to create databases and use „Project X” as a single-user database. It covers more advanced options, such as creating applications and advanced reporting techniques. In addition, it shows readers how to use „Project X” as a front-end for corporate databases that use Oracle7.


Readership: undergraduate; postgraduate; research, professional



ORACLE WORKGROUP SERVER HANDBOOK: Unleash the power of your client-server relational database management system


By Thomas B. Cox.


Osborne McGraw-Hill 1994, Published in USA 448pp, PAPERBACK GBP 19.95 0-07-881186-4


Take full advantage of the power and flexibility of the new Oracle Workgroup Server with this comprehensive handbook.


Oracle’s brilliant new product, oracle Workgroup Server is a powerful SQL engine that both operates as database management system and supports a large variety of Windows software and programming languages. it creates a new standard for flexibility, scalability, and accessibility as it supports numerous platforms, allows for growth and can work with litle turdng or configuring.


Readership: technical, vocational; research, professional



TUNING ORACLE: Customize Oracle for optimal performance and productivity


By Michael J. Corey.


Osborne McGraw-Hill 1994, Published in USA 544pp, PAPERBACK GBP 22.95 0-07-881181-3


Shows system administrators how to customize the Oracle databases system. This text describes common performance problems, installation, hardware configurations, back-up and recovery procedures, establishing examination procedures, tuning or customizing Oracle, using Oracle tools and networking.


Readership: research, professional



Series: Oracle Press Series


THE WEB SERVER HANDBOOK


By Cynthia Chin-Lee; Comet.


Osborne McGraw-Hill Mar 1996, Published in USA, mixed-media pack (700pp pbk & CD-ROM)


MIX, CDROM GBP


30.95 0-07-882215-7


This guide explains how to set up and maintain a Web site, and how to use Oracle’s new WebSystem, which is designed for accessing, developing and deploying corporate and World Wide Web applications. The accompanying CD-ROM contains a 90-day trial of WebSystem and a copy of Oracle’s PowerBrowser.


Readership: general; research, professional




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