Functions as a comprehensive, task-based reference on using the Oracle Application Express development environment. Oracle Application Express is a rapid Web application development tool for the Oracle database. Using only a Web browser and limited programming experience, you can develop professional, fast, and secure applications. Deployed applications require only a browser and access to an Oracle database running Application Express.
Describes the Oracle Data Guard broker, a management and monitoring interface that automates many of the tasks involved in configuring and monitoring standby databases in an Oracle Data Guard configuration.
Explains how to use the SQL interface to Oracle Data Mining to create models and score data. This Guide also addresses administrative issues such as security, import/export, and upgrade for Oracle Data Mining.
Provides configuration information for network and system administrators, and database installation information for database administrators (DBAs) who install and configure Oracle Database and Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a standalone server on Windows.
Provides introductory, installation, post-installation configuration, and usage information for Oracle Database Extensions for .NET, which makes it possible to build and run .NET stored procedures or functions with Oracle Database for Microsoft Windows.
Provides dynamic load balancing, failover, and centralized service management for a set of replicated databases that offer common services. The set of databases can include Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) and noncluster Oracle databases interconnected through Oracle Data Guard, or any other replication technology.
Describes Oracle globalization support for the database. Explains how to set up a globalization support environment, choose and migrate a character set, customize locale data, do linguistic sorting, program in a global environment, and program with Unicode.
Describes how to install and upgrade Oracle Grid Infrastructure for a cluster, which includes Oracle Clusterware and Oracle Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM), on systems running Microsoft Windows.
Introduces you to the Oracle Database Migration Assistant for Unicode, discusses the database character set migration process, and verifies that there are no character set data problems in a current Unicode database.
Presents reference and other information about using Oracle Database to store, manage, and retrieve DICOM content such as single-frame and multiframe images, waveforms, slices of 3-D volumes, video segments, and structured reports in an integrated fashion with other enterprise information. Oracle Multimedia DICOM extends Oracle Database reliability, availability, and data management to media objects in medical applications. Oracle Multimedia DICOM supports Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine, the standard for medical images.
Presents reference information about writing Java applications using the Oracle Multimedia object designed to store Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) data within Oracle Database. (Oracle Multimedia was formerly known as Oracle interMedia.)
Presents reference information about writing Java applications using Oracle Multimedia objects to manage multimedia content within Oracle Database. (Oracle Multimedia was formerly known as Oracle interMedia.)
Presents reference information about writing Java applications using Oracle Multimedia to extract Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) metadata outside of the database, either on the client or in the middle tier. (Oracle Multimedia was formerly known as Oracle interMedia.)
Presents reference information about using Oracle Database to store, manage, and retrieve images, audio, video, DICOM format medical images and other objects, or other heterogeneous media data in an integrated fashion with other enterprise information. Oracle Multimedia extends Oracle Database reliability, availability, and data management to multimedia content in Internet, electronic commerce, medical, financial, and other media-rich applications.
Presents reference information about writing Java applications using Java servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP) to retrieve and upload multimedia data from and to Oracle Database. (Oracle Multimedia was formerly known as Oracle interMedia.)
Presents information about using Oracle Database to store, manage, and retrieve images, audio, video, DICOM format medical images and other objects, or other heterogeneous media data in an integrated fashion with other enterprise information. Oracle Multimedia extends Oracle Database reliability, availability, and data management to multimedia content in traditional, Internet, electronic commerce, medical, financial, and other media-rich applications.
Presents the Oracle C++ Call Interface, an application program interface that enables applications written in C++ to interact with one or more Oracle databases. To extend the functionality of code generated by the Object Type Translator, programmers may want to add code in the OTT-generated file. The OTT can distinguish between OTT-generated code and user-generated code by looking for some predefined markers (tags).
Provides platform-specific information for configuring and using Oracle Database software on the Windows platform. Topics discussed include: architecture, services, tools, configuration, administration, tuning, backup, accounts, passwords, user authentication, registry parameters, and application development.
Supplements the Oracle Database Programmer's Guide to the Oracle precompilers to provide additional information on how to develop FORTRAN programs that use the database languages SQL and PL/SQL to access and manipulate Oracle data.
Describes use of SecureFiles and large object data types BLOB, CLOB, NCLOB, and BFILE in application development. Presents APIs for working with LOBs in supported programmatic environments. Describes database file systems and the Oracle Database File System Hierarchical Store package.
Provides usage and reference information for the GeoRaster feature of Oracle Spatial and Graph, which lets you store, index, query, analyze, and deliver raster data (raster image and gridded data and its associated metadata).
Provides Javadoc-generated information about interfaces and classes that support features available with Oracle Spatial and Graph, including GeoRaster and the Topology Data Model and Network Data Model Graph features, and with MapViewer, which is packaged with Oracle Fusion Middleware.
Provides usage and reference information about Oracle Database support for semantic technologies, including storage, inference, and query capabilities for data and ontologies based on Resource Description Framework (RDF), RDF Schema (RDFS), and Web Ontology Language (OWL).
Provides guidance to developers on SQLJ programming. This document can be read by anyone with an interest in SQLJ programming, but assumes at least some prior knowledge of Java, SQLJ, PL/SQL, and Oracle database.
Contains conceptual information about Oracle Streams and information about administering, monitoring, and troubleshooting an Oracle Streams environment. It also contains instructions for using Oracle Streams to record table changes. It also contains conceptual information about information provisioning and instructions for using Oracle Streams for information provisioning. It also includes instructions for using Oracle Streams for database upgrades and database maintenance operations.
Contains instructions for configuring and managing an Oracle Streams replication environment. It also includes best practices for Oracle Streams replication environments and instructions for migrating from Advanced Replication to Oracle Streams replication.
Describes Oracle XML Developer's Kits (XDK) and Oracle XML DB APIs for the C++ programming language. This manual primarily lists the syntax of functions, methods, and procedures associated with these APIs.