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The documentation library includes a Web-based search tool that enables you to search through the complete library of Oracle8i Release 3 (8.1.7) and Oracle9i documents. You can search for information about a particular product, parameter, file name, procedure, error message, or other area of interest. The search tool also makes it possible to construct a "virtual book" consisting of topics and procedures relevant for your needs drawn from the complete documentation library. The library also includes a comprehensive Master Index, as well as lists of SQL and PL/SQL keywords, initialization parameters, catalog views, and data dictionary views. This search tool is available at http://tahiti.oracle.com/.