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Programming Oracle Triggers And Stored Procedures by Kevin Owens
Complete tutorial for database developers!Thorough coverage of PL/SQLPractical "cookbook" techniques Effectively create and manage complex databases with Oracle! Systems and database expert Kevin Owens explores PL/SQL, Oracle's answer to the Structured Query Language (SQL), and teaches you what you need to know to build robust and complex databases for your business. Using easy-to-follow instructions and examples, this book presents techniques to take advantage of Oracle features such as triggers and stored procedures-features that allow your databases to incorporate business rules which are easy to manage and modify as the business evolves. Topics covered include: Viewing constraints in the data dictionaryComplex rule enforcementPL/SQL program units and language featuresData types and composite structureError handling and exceptionsInter-process communicationsDeclarative constraints, including primary key, unique, foreign key, check, and much more Programming Oracle Triggers and Stored Procedures, Third Edition, is an invaluable resource for database developers, designers, and project leaders looking to build and maintain truly intelligent, complex databases
Complete tutorial for database developers! Thorough coverage of PL/SQL Practical "cookbook" techniques Effectively create and manage complex databases with Oracle! Systems and database expert Kevin Owens explores PL/SQL, Oracle's answer to the Structured Query Language (SQL), and teaches you what you need to know to build robust and complex databases for your business. Using easy-to-follow instructions and examples, this book presents techniques to take advantage of Oracle features such as triggers and stored procedures-features that allow your databases to incorporate business rules which are easy to manage and modify as the business evolves. Topics covered include: Viewing constraints in the data dictionary Complex rule enforcement PL/SQL program units and language features Data types and composite structure Error handling and exceptions Inter-process communications Declarative constraints, including primary key, unique, foreign key, check, and much more Programming Oracle Triggers and Stored Procedures, Third Edition, is an invaluable resource for database developers, designers, and project leaders looking to build and maintain truly intelligent, complex databases.
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Oracle Pl Sql By Example by Benjamin Rosenzweig
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Expert Oracle And Java Security by David Coffin
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Practical Database Programming With Visual C Net by Ying Bai
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