Oracle database 11g books
High Availability Overview Introduces Oracle books best practices for deploying a highly available environment, helps you determine your availability requirements, and books describes the database architectures that can help your business achieve high availability.
Chapter 15 Backing Up Databases, chapter 16 database Database Recovery, pART 6 Managing the Database.Spatial GeoRaster Developer's Guide Provides usage and reference information for the GeoRaster feature of database Oracle database Spatial and Graph, which lets you store, index, query, analyze, and deliver raster data (raster image and gridded data and its associated metadata).Application Express SQL books Workshop and Utilities Guide Describes how to use Oracle Application Express SQL Workshop and utilities to load and unload data from an Oracle database, generate DDL, view object reports, and restore dropped database objects.Part 7 Performance Tuning, chapter 19 Improving Database Performance: SQL Query Optimization.Data Guard Broker Describes the Oracle Data Guard broker, a management and monitoring interface that automates many of the tasks involved in configuring and monitoring standby databases in an Oracle Data Guard configuration.Reference Provides reference information about database initialization parameters, static data dictionary views, dynamic performance views, database limits, and SQL scripts that are part of the Oracle Database.SQL Language Reference Contains a complete description of Oracle SQL, the language used to manage information in Oracle Database.Licensing Information Describes Oracle Database licensing.Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide Describes C programming techniques for including SQL and PL/SQL in applications, which can be used to unlock the full capabilities of the Oracle Database.Spatial Java API Reference (Javadoc) Provides Javadoc-generated information about interfaces and classes that support features available with Oracle Spatial, including GeoRaster and the topology and network data models, and with MapViewer, which is packaged with Oracle Fusion Middleware.Readers can easily and quickly find the content they need.Warehouse Builder OMB*Plus Command Reference Provides a complete language reference for OMB and OMU commands, which comprise OMB*Plus. SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference Contains a complete description of the SQL*Plus command-line interface to the Oracle Database, and a complete reference to SQL*Plus commands and syntax.
S Sample oracle Schemas Describes the sample schemas included in the seed database that ships with Oracle Database 11g.
All key aspects of database administration are covered, including backup and recovery, daytoday administration and monitoring, performance tuning, and more.V vldb and Partitioning Guide Provides conceptual, reference, windows and implementation material for using very large databases (vldb).It also service provides instructions on cloning ubuntu and patching Oracle service software.Chapter 3 Essential unix (and Linux) for the Oracle DBA.It also includes information version about TimesTen support for XLA, OCI, and the Pro*C/C Precompiler.SQL*Plus Release Notes Contains important information not included in the SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference.Data Mining Concepts Discusses the basic concepts underlying Oracle Data Mining.Programmer's Guide to the Oracle Precompilers Describes how to develop applications using the Oracle Precompilers and the SQL and PL/SQL database languages to access and manipulate Oracle data.Also contains instructions for using XStream.Tests and explains in detail key DBA commands.TimesTen In-Memory live Database C Developer's Guide Provides information about developing C applications to access the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database through odbc.Topics discussed include: architecture, services, tools, configuration, administration, tuning, backup, accounts, passwords, user authentication, registry parameters, and application development. U Universal Installer manual and OPatch User's Guide for Windows and unix Describes how to manage Oracle and third-party software using the Oracle Universal Installer and OPatch.
In addition to describing how to manage security in a default Oracle database, this guide includes beginning level tutorials for Oracle Label Security and Oracle Database Vault.
It also contains instructions for using Oracle Streams to record table changes.