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Part I What is Oracle? 1. 1 Introduction to The

Part I What is Oracle? 1. 1 Introduction to The

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Part I What Is Oracle?1.1 Introduction to the Oracle Server1.1.Database Structure and Space Management Overview1.1.1.Logical Database Structures1.1.2.Schemas and Schema Objects1.1.3.Data Blocks, Extents, and Segments1.1.4.Tablespaces1.1.5.Physical Database Structures1.1.6.Datafiles1.1.7.Redo Log Files1.1.8.Control Files1.1.9.Data Utilities1.1.10.Data Dictionary Overview1.2.Data Access Overview1.2.1.SQL Overview1.2.2.SQL Statements1.2.3.Objects Overview1.2.4.Advantages of Objects1.2.5.PL/SQL Overview1.2.6.PL/SQL Program Units1.2.7.Java Overview1.2.8.XML Overview1.2.9.Transactions Overview1.2.10.Commit and Roll Back Transactions1.2.11.Savepoints1.2.12.Data Consistency Using Transactions1.2.13.Data Integrity Overview1.2.14.Integrity Constraints1.2.15.Keys
 
1.2.16.SQL*Plus Overview1.3.Memory Structure and Processes Overview1.3.1.An Oracle Instance1.3.2.Real Application Clusters: Multiple Instance Systems1.3.3.Memory Structures1.3.4.System Global Area1.3.5.Program Global Area1.3.6.Process Architecture1.3.7.User (Client) Processes1.3.8.Oracle Processes1.3.9.The Program Interface Mechanism1.3.10.Communications Software and Oracle Net Services1.3.11.An Example of How Oracle Works1.4.Application Architecture Overview1.4.1.Client/Server Architecture1.4.2.The Client1.4.3.The Server1.4.4.Multitier Architecture: Application Servers1.5.Distributed Databases Overview1.5.1.Location Transparency1.5.2.Site Autonomy1.5.3.Distributed Data Manipulation1.5.4.Two-Phase Commit1.5.5.Replication Overview1.5.6.Table Replication1.5.7.Multitier Materialized Views
 
1.5.8.Streams Overview1.5.9.Advanced Queuing Overview1.5.10.Heterogeneous Services Overview1.6.Data Concurrency and Consistency Overview1.6.1.Concurrency1.6.2.Read Consistency1.6.3.Read Consistency, Undo Records, and Transactions1.6.4.Read-Only Transactions1.6.5.Locking Mechanisms1.6.6.Automatic Locking1.6.7.Manual Locking1.6.8.Quiesce Database1.7.Database Security Overview1.7.1.Security Mechanisms1.7.2.Database Users and Schemas1.7.3.Privileges1.7.4.Roles1.7.5.Storage Settings and Quotas1.7.6.Profiles and Resource Limits1.7.7.Selective Auditing of User Actions1.7.8.Fine-Grained Auditing1.8.Database Administration Overview1.8.1.Enterprise Manager Overview1.8.2.Database Backup and Recovery Overview1.8.3.Why Recovery Is Important1.8.4.Types of Failures1.8.5.Structures Used for Recovery1.9.Data Warehousing Overview1.9.1.Differences Between Data Warehouse and OLTP Systems1.9.2.Workload1.9.3.Data Modifications

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