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Sams Teach Yourself Oracle8 in 21 Days
by Edward Whalen
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Teach Yourself Oracle8 in 21 Days is a tutorial that will teach the reader the basics of using and administrating an Oracle database. This book focuses on using concrete examples to explain why things should be done in a certain way. The key topics are broken out by week below:Week One Overview of the Oracle8 Architecture; Network Computing Architecture (NCA); Installing Oracle; Planning the Database; How to Administer Users, and How to Manage Processes.Week Two Administering Logs, Control Files, Datafiles, and Tablespaces; Controlling Rolback Segments; Building Tables and Views; Using Indexes and Clusters; and Security.Week Three Effective Backup Techniques; Recovering the Database; Administering Oracle Replication; Tuning and Optimizing the Database; Administering the Oracle Web Server; and Advanced Oracle Options. - This hands-on tutorial teaches the basics of Oracle8 in a short period of time
- The book provides a step-by-step walk through of the Oracle8 architecture, managing database storage and database schema, security, backup and recovery and tuning and optimization.
- Oracle8 is Oracle's new object-oriented RDBMS to be released during the Summer of 1997.
Sams Teach Yourself Oracle8 in 21 Days shows you the basics of using and administrating an Oracle database. Key topics include installing Oracle, planning the database, how to administer users, and how to manage processes. Also covered are administering logs, control files, datafiles, and tablespaces, building tables and views, using indexes and clusters, and security. Learn effective backup techniques, how to recover the database, administering Oracle replication, tuning and optimizing, administering the Oracle Web Server, and Advanced Oracle Options.
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