Textbook

Books Price Comparison (Including Amazon) - Guaranteed Lowest Prices on Books


 

Hands-On Oracle Database 10g Express Edition for Windows (Oracle Press)

 
 
 
 
Hands-On Oracle Database 10g Express Edition for Windows (Oracle Press)
Author: Steve Bobrowski
ISBN 13: 9780072263312
ISBN 10: 72263318
Edition: 1
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication Date: 2006-08-16
Format: Paperback
Pages: 560
List Price: $49.99
 
 

"Steve Bobrowski has written the definitive guide on getting started with Oracle Datbase XE." — Tom Kyte of asktom.oracle.com

The fastest way to get up and running on Oracle Database XE

Take full advantage of all the powerful features available in Oracle Database 10g Express Edition with help from this easy-to-follow Oracle Press guide. Hands-On Oracle Database 10g Express Edition for Windows shows you, step by step, how to set up, administer, tune, troubleshoot, and secure a robust database system. You will also learn to use PL/SQL and Oracle Application Express to build custom database applications. Get started today with the Oracle database that's free to develop, deploy, and distribute.

  • Install and configure Oracle Database 10g Express Edition on Windows
  • Access database data using SQL
  • Code database access programs with PL/SQL
  • Build relational database schemas
  • Develop database applications with Oracle Application Express
  • Manage database security and storage
  • Administer and tune the database for peak performance

Includes full version of Oracle Database 10g Express Edition for Windows and all code examples from the book on CD-ROM.

Steve Bobrowski (Chapel Hill, NC) is the founder and CEO of the Oracle training and consulting company All Database Domain (www.dbdomain.com). Steve is a former Oracle employee where he worked on the development of the database product and as a documentation writer. Steve has written for many industry publications and is the author of Oracle8i for Linux Starter Kit (Oracle Press, 2000), Oracle8i for Windows NT Starter Kit (Oracle Press, 1999), and Oracle8 Architecture (Oracle Press, 1997).