Oracle For Beginners
by P. Srikanth
Publisher: Srikanth Technologies 2008
This book on Oracle is to teach beginners how to use Oracle to store, retrieve, manipulate and process the data. This book starts with fundamentals of relational database management system and goes up to advanced topics such as native dynamic sql and distributed database.
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