Learn to use all the features of Oracle8i using this best-selling introduction to Oracle8i.
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The best-selling introduction to Oracle8i officially authorized by Oracle Corporation.
Learn to use all the features of Oracle8i--the most complete and comprehensive platform for building and deploying Internet and enterprise applications. Oracle8i A Beginner's Guide explains the core concepts and new tools included in this fully Web-enabled release of the most powerful database management system available. Inside, you'll learn to set up, query, manage, and tune your Oracle8i database.
Written by Oracle experts and fully authorized by Oracle Corporation, this official guide shows you how to:
Packed with expert information on the Oracle8i Server and all its components, Oracle8i A Beginner's Guide is the only book you'll need to get up and running on the database for Internet computing.About the Author:
Michael Abbey (Ottawa, Ontario CN) has used Oracle for the past 12 years, specializing in Oracle/UNIX installation, performance tuning, and instance management. He is a member of the board of IOUG-A. 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. He has garnered a huge following in the Oracle Community and is considered to have the ear of the Oracle Corporation by the community.
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