This book will walk you through the complete process of planning, building, and deploying a data warehouse using Oracle Warehouse Builder. By the book’s end, you will have built your own data warehouse from scratch.
Starting with the installation of the Oracle Database and Warehouse Builder software, this book then covers the analysis of source data, designing a data warehouse, and extracting, transforming, and loading data from the source system into the data warehouse.
Oracle 9i - SQL - Student Guide - Volume 1
The Oracle Database (commonly referred to as Oracle RDBMS or simply Oracle) consists of a relational database management system (RDBMS) produced and marketed by Oracle Corporation. As of 2009[update], Oracle remains a major presence in database computing.
Larry Ellison and his friends and former co-workers Bob Miner and Ed Oates started the consultancy Software Development Laboratories (SDL) in 1977. SDL developed the original version of the Oracle software.
Oracle Data Guard is the most effective solution available today to protect the core
asset of any enterprise—its data, and make it available on a 24x7 basis even in the
face of disasters and other calamities.
This guide describes Oracle Data Guard technology and concepts, and helps you
configure and implement standby databases.
This preface contains the following topics:
Many books in the documentation set use the sample schemas of the seed database,
which is installed by default when you install Oracle. Refer to Oracle Database
Sample Schemas for information on how these schemas were created and how you
can use them yourself.
Oracle error message documentation is only available in HTML. If you only have
access to the Oracle Documentation CD, you can browse the error messages by
range. Once you find the specific range, use your browser's "find in page" feature to
locate the specific message.
After completing this lesson, you should be able to do the following:
Describe the factors that affect planned and unplanned downtime
Describe the basic components of Oracle Data Guard
Explain the differences between physical and logical standby databases
Explain the benefits of creating a Data Guard environment
Explain the use of Data Guard in high-availability architectures
This book is intended to help you continue on your exciting new path
towards obtaining the Oracle8i certified database administrator certification.
The book will give you the necessary knowledge of the Oracle Server architec-
ture and the hands-on skills you need to pass Exams 1Z0-024 and 1Z0-026.
Although the OCP exams for Database Administration can be taken in any
order, it is generally recommended that the Oracle8i OCP certification exam for
Performance and Tuning and the Oracle8i OCP certification exam for Network
Administration be the final exams taken in the series. ...
This reference contains a complete description of the Structured Query Language
(SQL) used to manage information in an Oracle Database. Oracle SQL is a superset
of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International
Standards Organization (ISO) SQL:1999 standard.
Welcome to the exciting world of Oracle databases. Oracle is widely acknowledged as the
most popular database software in the world today. It finds its roots in relational database
theory conceived by E. F. Codd in the 1950s, and extends those theories into an infinite
variety of directions, such as data warehousing, online transaction processing, and Webenabled
applications. Undoubtedly, the popularity of this software is part of the reason you
are reading this book.
Welcome to Release 6.0 of the Oracle Developer Report Builder
This reference guide includes information to help you effectively
work with Oracle Developer Report Builder and contains detailed
information about the following:
· Built ins
This preface explains how this reference is organized and introduces
other sources of information that can help you use Oracle Developer
Oracle Enterprise Manager (hereafter referred to as Enterprise Manager) is the Oracle
integrated management solution for managing the complete Oracle environment. All
services within your enterprise, including hosts, databases, listeners, application
servers, HTTP Servers, and Web applications, are easily managed as one cohesive unit.
This chapter acknowledges the challenges you face as a database administrator and
states how Enterprise Manager can help you meet these challenges.
Oracle databases are the de facto standard for large Internet sites, and
Oracle advertisers are boastful but honest when they proclaim, “The Internet
Runs on Oracle.” Almost all big Internet sites run Oracle databases. Oracle’s
penetration of the database market runs deep and is not limited to dot-com
implementations. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) application suites,
data warehouses, and custom applications at many companies rely on Oracle.
The demand for DBA resources remains higher than others during weak
Welcome to Release 6.0 of the Oracle Reports Reference.
This reference guide includes information to help you effectively work with
Oracle Developer Report Builder and contains detailed information about
· Built ins
This preface explains how this reference is organized and introduces other
sources of information that can help you use Oracle Reports.
Note: The Oracle9i Database Administrator’s Guide contains
information that describes the features and functionality of the
Oracle9i [Standard Edition], Oracle9i Enterprise Edition, and
Oracle9i Personal Edition products. These products have the same
basic features. However, several advanced features are available
only with the Oracle9i Enterprise Edition or Oracle9i Personal
Edition, and some of these are optional. For example, to create
partitioned tables and indexes, you must have the Oracle9i
Enterprise Edition or Oracle9i Personal Edition....
This preface introduces you to the Oracle Database JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference
discussing the intended audience, structure, and conventions of this document. A list
of related Oracle documents is also provided. The Oracle Database JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference is intended for developers of
JDBC-based applications and applets. This book can be read by anyone with an
interest in JDBC programming, but assumes at least some prior knowledge of the
Oracle Database Installation Guide for Windows is intended for anyone installing an
Oracle Database on a single computer. Additional Installation Guides for Oracle
Database Client, Oracle Real Application Clusters and Cluster Ready Services (CRS),
Oracle Transparent Gateway for DRDA, Oracle Procedural Gateway for APPC, Oracle
Companion CD, and Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control are available on the
relevant installation media.
Oracle 10g Data Mining Administrators Guide WW
Oracle Database 10g, released in 2003 and the current release, enables grid (the g
in 10g) computing. A grid is simply a pool of computers that provides needed
resources for applications on an as-needed basis. The goal is to provide comput-
ing resources that transparently scale to the user community, much as an electri-
cal utility company can deliver power to meet peak demand by accessing energy
from other power providers’ plants via a power grid.
This quick reference contains a high-level description of the Structured Query
Language (SQL) used to manage information in an Oracle database. Oracle SQL is a
superset of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International
Standards Organization (ISO) SQL:2003 standard.
Oracle Security Server Guide describes the features, architecture, and administration of
the Oracle Security Server. The Oracle Security Server is a security product, based on
public-key cryptography, that supports centralized authorization and distributed
authentication in an Oracle network environment.