Provides a single source reference for administering Oracle Database in a small to midsize environment, using the graphical user interface of Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control. If you are familiar with computers, but unfamiliar with administering Oracle Database, and your computer has four CPUs or fewer, and you do not expect to support more than 500 users, this book is appropriate for you.
Provides an introduction to securing an Oracle database. In addition to describing how to manage security in a default Oracle database, this guide includes beginning level tutorials for Oracle Label Security and Oracle Database Vault.
Introduces the data warehousing solutions available in Oracle Database and discusses how to perform common day-to-day tasks necessary to implement and administer a data warehouse. This guide also provides information about design tasks needed to keep the data warehouse operational, including how to perform basic performance monitoring tasks.
Explains general concepts behind development with Oracle Database, introduces basic features of SQL and PL/SQL, and provides references to in-depth information elsewhere in the Oracle Database library.
Serves as a quick start guide, which describes Oracle technologies for the Microsoft .NET Framework, including the key features of Oracle Data Provider for .NET and Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio. It leads you through installation and configuration, shows how to build basic applications using Oracle .NET products, and how to create and use both PL/SQL and .NET stored procedures.
Guides you through the process of planning and performing upgrades for Oracle Database. In addition, this manual provides information about compatibility, upgrading applications, and important changes in the new Oracle Database release, such as initialization parameter changes and data dictionary changes.
Describes Oracle Database licensing. If you have a question about your licensing needs, please contact your Oracle sales representative, or refer to the resources listed in "Related Documents" for more information.