Organization of SQL Statements → All SQL statements in this chapter, as well as in Chapters 10 through 18, are organized into the following sections: Syntax The syntax diagrams show the keywords and parameters that make up the statement. Caution: Not all keywords and parameters are valid in all circumstances. Be sure to refer to the \"Semantics\" section of each statement and clause to learn about any restrictions on the syntax.
Organization of Network Components → When you use Oracle Names, objects such as databases in a networked environment need to be named in a way that ensures they are unique within the network. The two basic models for naming objects in a network include: Single Domain Model Hierarchical Naming Model Single Domain Model The single domain naming model is useful if your network is small, and names are not duplicated. Figure 3-10 shows a
Organization → This reference is divided into the following parts: Chapter 1, \"Introduction to Oracle SQL\"
Organization → This document contains: Part I, Introduction Chapter 1, \"Basic Concepts\" Introduces the OLAP data manipulation language and describes various methods of accessing it. Chapter 2, \"Defining and Working with Analytic Workspaces\" Explains how to create new analytic workspaces and modify existing ones. Also describes initialization programs and password protection. Chapter 3, \"Defining Data Objects\"
Organization → This document contains: Chapter 1, \"Using Microsoft Transaction Server with Oracle\" This chapter describes the integration of Microsoft Transaction Server and an Oracle database server. Chapter 2, \"Installing and Migrating Oracle Products\" This chapter describes installation and migration requirements for Microsoft Transaction Server and database server environments. Chapter 3, \"Managing Recovery
Organization → This document contains: Part I, \"Concepts and Administration\" Chapter 1, \"Introduction to Oracle Data Guard\" This chapter offers a general overview of the Oracle9 i Data Guard architecture. Chapter 2, \"Getting Started with Data Guard\" This chapter introduces physical, logical, and cascading standby databases. Chapter 3, \"Creating a Physical Standby Database\" This chapter explains how to create
Organization → This document contains: PART I: OCCI Programming Part 1 ( Chapter 1 through Chapter 7 ) provides information about how to program with OCCI to build scalable application solutions that provide access to relational and object data in an Oracle database. Chapter 1, \"Introduction to OCCI\" This chapter introduces you to OCCI and describes special terms and typographical conventions that are used in
Organization → This document contains: Chapter 1, \"Introducing Pro*C/C++\" Describes Pro*C/C++, the Oracle programmatic interface for the C and C++ languages running on Windows NT, Windows 98, or Windows 2000 operating systems. Chapter 2, \"Using Pro*C/C++\" Explains how to create and precompile a project. Also describes the Pro*C/C++ graphical user interface, from which you execute commands with Windows menus
Organization → This document contains: Part I, Streams Concepts Contains chapters that describe conceptual information relating to Streams. Chapter 1, \"Introduction to Streams\" Introduces the major features of Streams and how they can be used. Chapter 2, \"Streams Capture Process\" Contains conceptual information about the Streams capture process. Includes information about logical change records (LCRs), datatypes
Organization → This document contains the following chapters: PART I. XDK for Java Packages This section describes Java APIs for XDK. Chapter 1, \"XML Parser for Java\" Chapter 2, \"Document Object Model (DOM)\" Chapter 3, \"XML Processing for Java (JAXP)\" Chapter 4, \"XSLT Processing for Java\" Chapter 5, \"Compression for Java\" Chapter 6, \"XML Schema Processing\" Chapter 7, \"XML Class Generation for Java\"
Organization → This document introduces the basic concepts of system security in an Internet environment. It outlines the data security risks which are prevalent today, and the industry-standard technologies available to address them. It then presents the carefully integrated suite of Oracle products you can use to implement these security technologies. Part I: Security Challenges This part explains the wide range
Organization → Chapter 1, \"Introduction\" Briefly describes the intended audience and components of Oracle Internet Directory Software Developer's Kit Release 9.2. It also lists the other components of Oracle Internet Directory and the platforms it supports. Chapter 2, \"Concepts\" This chapter provides a brief overview of all of the major operations available in the C API and the PL/SQL API. It provides developers
Organization → This document contains: Chapter 1, \"Introduction\" This chapter includes an overview of database migration as well as information about running multiple releases of Oracle. This chapter also provides information on changing the word size of your database during an upgrade or downgrade. Chapter 2, \"Preparing to Upgrade\" This chapter describes the steps to complete before upgrading a production database.
Organization → This document contains: Part I, \"Configuring Your Replication Environment\" Includes instructions on using the replication management API to set up both multimaster replication and materialized view replication. This part also contains instructions for configuring conflict resolution methods and instructions for managing your replication environment using the replication management API. Chapter 1,
Organization → This document contains: Part 1: Concepts Chapter 1, Data Warehousing Concepts This chapter contains an overview of data warehousing concepts. Part 2: Logical Design Chapter 2, Logical Design in Data Warehouses This chapter discusses the logical design of a data warehouse. Part 3: Physical Design Chapter 3, Physical Design in Data Warehouses This chapter discusses the physical design of a data warehouse.
Organization → This guide contains the following chapters and appendixes: Chapter 1 Introduces Oracle Dynamic Services; explains concepts. Chapter 2 Describes the Oracle Dynamic Services installation. Chapter 3 Describes Oracle Dynamic Services configuration and how to use Oracle Dynamic Services. Chapter 4 Describes advanced installation options. Chapter 5 Describes the Java and PL/SQL Web application
Organization → This guide contains the following chapters and appendixes: Chapter 1 Introduces multimedia and Oracle inter Media; explains multimedia-related concepts. Chapter 2 Explains concepts, operations, and techniques related to content-based retrieval. Chapter 3 Provides basic examples of using Oracle inter Media object types and methods. Chapter 4 Provides compatibility information for ensuring
Organization → This document contains the following chapters and appendices: Chapter 1, \"Overview\" --Provides an overview of the Oracle implementation of JDBC and the Oracle JDBC driver architecture. Chapter 2, \"Getting Started\" --Introduces the Oracle JDBC drivers and some scenarios of how you can use them. This chapter also guides you through the basics of testing your installation and configuration. Chapter 3,
Organization → This document contains: Part I: Basic Database Administration Chapter 1, \"The Oracle Database Administrator\" This chapter serves as a general introduction to typical tasks performed by database administrators, such as installing software and planning a database. Chapter 2, \"Creating an Oracle Database\" This chapter discusses considerations for creating a database and takes you through the steps
Organization → This guide is organized as follows: \"What's New in Oracle9i for Windows\" Oracle9 i release 2 (9.2) adds support for very large memory configurations and User Migration Utility, a new command-line tool. Oracle9 i release 1 (9.0.1) added support for Windows XP Professional Edition, enhanced integration with Windows, and improvements in Database Configuration Assistant and Oracle Internet Directory