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Oracle® Database Express Edition 2 Day Plus Locator Developer Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2)

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Preface

This guide provides a quick start to using spatial (location-based) data with the Oracle Locator feature of Oracle Database Express Edition (Oracle Database XE).

Audience

This guide is intended for those who need to store and manage spatial data in the database. It assumes that you are familiar with the main concepts and techniques described in Oracle Database 2 Day Developer's Guide, and especially that you know how to create, upload, and run SQL scripts.

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Related Documents

For comprehensive information about developing applications using Oracle Database XE, see Oracle Database 2 Day Developer's Guide.

For detailed conceptual, usage, and reference information about Oracle Spatial and Graph and Oracle Locator, see Oracle Spatial and Graph Developer's Guide.

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