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by Michael Corey,Ian Abramson

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  • ISBN 0072122048
  • ISBN13 978-0072122046
  • Language English
  • Author Michael Corey,Ian Abramson
  • Publisher Computing McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (September 8, 1999)
  • Pages 765
  • Formats lrf lrf mobi azw
  • Category Technology
  • Subcategory Databases and Big Data
  • Size ePub 1279 kb
  • Size Fb2 1714 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 126

Learn to use all the features of Oracle8i using this best-selling introduction to Oracle8i.

This beginner's guide starts with an introduction to Oracle Corporation and where it is going with its product .

This beginner's guide starts with an introduction to Oracle Corporation and where it is going with its product strategy, and then moves on to an overview of the RDBMS and the roll of a DBA, and progresses to slightly more advanced topics. Michael S. Abbey (Ottawa, CN) has been using Oracle for 15 years, has co-authored seven books for Oracle Press, and has given presentations on Oracle throughout North America and Europe. Michael leads the Pythian Group's dbaSource team in Ottawa, Canada, which provides Internet-based Oracle DBA support. He has also been a volunteer in Oracle user groups, facilitating delivery of IOUG-A's IOUG-A Live! from 1997 to 2000.

Oracle8i : a beginner’s guide, Michael Abbey, Ian Abramson, Michael Corey. Contributor(s): Abramson, Ian Corey, Michael J. Material type: BookPublisher: Berkeley : New Delhi : Osborne McGraw-Hill ; Tata McGraw-Hill, c1999 Description: xxx, 765 p. : ill. ; 24 c. SBN: 007463674X; 0072122048. Subject(s): Relational databases DDC classification: 00. 5 Online resources: Publisher description Table of contents Contributor biographical information. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Michael has been working with Oracle since Version 3 and is an active member of various Oracle user . Ian presents at Oracle conferences worldwide and is a faculty memberof the IOUG-A University Master Class program

Michael has been working with Oracle since Version 3 and is an active member of various Oracle user communities. In addition to his membership in the Northeast Oracle Users Group, he is a founding member of the ECO conference and has served as president of the International Oracle Users Group-Americas (IOUG-A). Ian Abramson (Toronto, CN) is CTO of Data Warehousing for Data Visions Incorporated, in Toronto, Canada. Ian presents at Oracle conferences worldwide and is a faculty memberof the IOUG-A University Master Class program. Скачать (chm, . 3 Mb). Epub FB2 PDF mobi txt RTF.

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Oracle8i A Beginner's Guide explains the core concepts and new tools . I am an absolute beginner in Oracle, and I was looking for a book that will show me step-by-step how to create and administer an Oracle database.

Inside, you'll learn to set up, query, manage, and tune your Oracle8i database. Michael J. Corey (Newton, MA) is co-owner of Database Technologies, former president of IOUG-A, and has more than 12 years experience using Oracle products.

Ian Abramson is the executive vice president for the Independent Oracle . He is the coauthor, with Abramson and Abbey, of Oracle Database 10g: . .

Ian Abramson is the executive vice president for the Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG). Michael Abbey serves on the board of directors of the IOUG and is a frequent speaker at user group and vendor conferences. Corey is a past president of the IOUG and a frequent speaker at technology conferences. He is the coauthor, with Abramson and Abbey, of Oracle Database 10g: A Beginner's Guide. Series: Beginner's Guide. Paperback: 432 pages.

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Der Bat
I'm an Biz/IT consultant trying to pick up Oracle 8i from scratch. I think the so-called "beginner" aspect stems from the fact that it tries to explain very basic IT terminologies such as Intranet, Internet, client, server, TCP/IP etc at the beginning of each chapter. I find most of the explanations quite appauling though.
I think the author should devote more time illustrating data modeling terminologies such as tablespace, schema, dropping of database, mounting etc... I find no explanations to these.
The author also spend much time blowing whistle for Oracle and write about Oracle being the database of the future, and what powerful features it has. Lots of big words used, but no examples nor illustration of how they can be done. It's frustrating to waste time reading these.
In conclusion, I find that this is a very huge book with little substance and poor organization. I've read it for days but don't seem to gain much from it. I'm looking for another book to buy, that explains why I'm in here.
godlike
This book is great for total beginners who have little to no experience with networks and databases. If you are looking for a general reference book, the book will be sufficient for basic stuff. For more complicated things like writing subqueries, inner joins, outer joins, stored procedures, creating data models and database administration, you should get a dedicated book. For professionals who want a good general reference book, a general purpose database administration book is a better bet. If you're used to GUI database administration, then get a good PLSQL book instead. There's no substitute for detailed knowledge and expertise with SQL and command line.
Brazil
I found this books useless. There is much better books out there, even if you are a new beginner. In this book there is not any word about Java infrastructure of Oracle 8i, which is the main difference between Oracle 8i and Oracle 8. On the other hand, it tries to explain you some java related tools. No figures, charts or graphis of any sort to make the understanding easier. I could not find any correlation about how the authors organized the chapters and the chapters' contents. The author's style is very irratating as he continously praises Oracle. Oracle this, Oracle that..etc, without giving a solid information. Shortly this books is bad and do not waste your money. You can find better information in Oracle white papers or documentations which are free at technet.oracle.com and at oracle web site.
If you are a new beginner, buy dummies series. Dan Hotka's Oracle Unleashed book is also very good for ever level of readers.
Kiutondyl
I am an absolute beginner in Oracle, and I was looking for a book that will show me step-by-step how to create and administer an Oracle database. This book will give you a little idea how to administer an Oracle database alright, but it is assuming you already have a database to administer!... Gladly, I just borrowed this book. Now I understand why the guy who lent it wasn't very happy with his purchase.
Anarahuginn
This book tries to cover everything about Oracle 8i all in one shot. There is so much to learn about Oracle that such a book would be immense. Even though it has "A Beginner's Guide" in the title, there is not enough substance to teach a new user nor is there enough to satisfy an experienced user. So it befits the title "Jack of all trades. Master of none". It would be better to spend your money on several more focused books than on this very blurry plate of spaghetti .
Linn
I am totaly novice in Oracle DBA programing. When I bought this book I thought it would be a good place to start. Well, I was completely dissapointed. This book is neither for beginers nor for some who knows basic DBA programming. Today I returned it to the bookstore.
Dellevar
The book is useless for people interested in Oracle 8i. The i part is less than 5% of the book. It's a generic discussion about Oracle and it's tools for very beginners.
It's not complete enough for beginner of installation or utilisation. But it may be usefull to those who wants to learn about Oracle 8i, but who does'nt use it. I could see my boss reading it...