ORACLE 10g PROGRAMMING
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"... is well written, technically sound, and to the point.
There are no meandering explanations that go over the head of the reader." -
LAURIAN M. CHIRICA, California Polytechnic State University.
Concise and streamlined, Oracle10g Programming: A Primer
and professionals with the ideal introduction to Oracle programming. Updated to
incorporate Oracle10g, this easily accessible primer is divided into
that act as a detailed guide for new users of this application. The first
section offers readers a review of the relational model and an introduction to
Oracle SQL and PL/SQL. The second section builds on this foundation by
introducing related technologies that facilitate Oracle Web functionality.
In the final section, the XML data model and query languages supported by
Oracle are covered. In addition, the final chapter presents readers
with a number of sample projects
and programming applications that solidify the Oracle concepts they have learned
- A complete need-to-know guide to Oracle10g for students in their first
database course or professionals adding SQL to their base of knowledge.
- Includes concise coverage of basic SQL programming and Web connectivity.
- Covers advanced topics such as JDBC, SQLJ, PL/SQL Web Toolkit, PL/SQL
XPath, XQuery, and XSLT.
- A Case Study approach that allows readers to test their knowledge through
three illustrative databases: The Grade Book, Mail Order/Shopping Cart, and
- An extensive set of term projects involving data access from the Web.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rajshekhar Sunderraman is a professor of computer science
at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. Professor Sunderraman received
his Ph.D. in computer science from Iowa State University and has been teaching
since 1988. He has published numerous articles on a wide range of
topics, including deductive databases and logic programming; incompleteness,
inconsistency, and negation in databases; deductive and object-oriented
databases; web access to databases; semi-structured data on the web; and
data modeling for bioinformatics.