Oracle Database XE 11gR2Jump Start Guide
Oracle Database XE 11gR2 Jump Start Guide
helps you to install, administer, maintain,tune, back up, and upgrade your Oracle Database Express Edition. The book also helpsyou to build custom database applications using Oracle Application Express.This book is a fast paced, practical guide including clear examples and screenshots tohelp you better understand the concepts, and details for building and managing yourOracle Database XE environment.
What This Book Covers
Chapter 1, Database Editions and Oracle Database XE,
provides a brief introduction tothe various editions of Oracle database and in particular, Oracle Database 11gR2Express Edition.
Chapter 2, Installing and Uninstalling Oracle Database XE,
is about installing anduninstalling Oracle Database XE on Windows and Linux environments.
Chapter 3, Connecting and Configuring Oracle Database 11g XE,
focuses on OracleListener configuration and establishing client connections to the database, followed byOracle memory management.
Chapter 4, Accessing Table Data, DML Statements, and Transactions,
talks about SQLDeveloper, accessing table data, modifying table data, understanding transaction controlstatements, and the most commonly used SQL functions.
Chapter 5, Creating and Managing Schema Objects,
deals with creating and managingdatabase objects such as tables, indexes, constraints, views, sequences, and synonyms.
Chapter 6, Developing Stored Subprograms and Triggers,
brings you the power of PL/SQL. In this chapter, you will learn to build stored procedures, functions, and triggers.
Chapter 7, Building a Sample Application with Oracle Application Express,
provides abrief introduction to Oracle Application Express (APEX). You will learn how to createrich and responsive applications using Oracle Application Express.
Chapter 8, Managing Database and Database Storage,
provides background informationon Oracle memory management, and explains physical database structure and the FlashRecovery Area.
Chapter 9, Moving Data between Oracle Databases,
explains how to move data betweendifferent Oracle Database XE versions using Oracle's export/import utilities.