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Oracle® Database 2 Day Developer's Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2)

Part Number E10766-04
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Preface

This document explains basic concepts behind application development with Oracle Database. It provides instructions for using the basic features of topics through Structured Query Language (SQL), and the Oracle server-based procedural extension to the SQL database language, Procedural Language/Structured Query Language (PL/SQL).

Preface topics:

Audience

This document is intended for anyone who is interested in learning about Oracle Database application development, and is primarily an introduction to application development for developers who are new to Oracle Database.

This document assumes that you have a general understanding of relational database concepts and an understanding of the operating system environment that you will use to develop applications with Oracle Database.

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Related Documents

As you become comfortable with the concepts and tasks in this document, Oracle recommends that you consult other Oracle Database development documents, especially:

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