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An excellent guide for those looking to learn the fundamentals of SQL and PL/SQL using the Oracle software, SQL, PL/SQL: The Programming Language Of Oracle (With CD-ROM) was published in 2010 by BPB Publications.
Summary Of The Book
Oracle’s Workgroup is the world’s largest selling relational database management system (RDBMS). Delving into both, the basics as well as the advanced details of the SQL and PL/SQL programming language, this informative text can help one become a competent and efficient Oracle application programmer or developer (DBA). This book was written keeping in mind the requirements of programmers, and the need to have a handy reference book.
Containing extensive examples and practise exercises, SQL, PL/SQL: The Programming Language Of Oracle (With CD-ROM) has been divided into five sections. The first section is dedicated to the setting up of Oracle 9.1 and offers a step-wise guide to installing and implementing it on a Windows platform. The next section discusses how to set up a business model and delves into Retail Banking and project planning. The third section, Structured Query Language (SQL) provides helpful exercises to learn the SQL syntax. The next section is dedicated to Advance SQL, providing information on cluster indexes, security management and simple SQL performance tuning. The last section is devoted to an introduction to PL/ SQL, security and database objects. The appendix provided before the culmination of the book provides the meanings of different Oracle terms.
The complimentary CD-ROM that accompanies this text contains codes as well as answers to the various exercises provided in the book. A source of comprehension and grounding for budding programmers and developers, SQL, PL/SQL: The Programming Language Of Oracle (With CD-ROM) is a must-have to understand the languages used in Oracle.
About Ivan Bayross
Ivan Bayross is an Indian author, programmer and software developer.
He has authored Mastering Database Technology, Using MySQL on Linux, Java Server Programming For Professionals, Database Concepts And Systems For Students, Web Enabled Commercial Application Development Using Java 2.0 and Commercial Application Development Using Oracle Developer 2000.
Bayross procured his Master’s degree in Technology from Manchester University in the UK. He has over thirty years of experience in the software industry, and is currently the Chairman of a leading software development house in Mumbai.
Section – I: Setting Up Oracle 9.1
1. Database Concepts
Section – Ii: Setting Up The Business Model
Section – Iii: Structured Query Langauge (SQL)
Section – Iv: Advance SQL
Section – V: Pl / SQL
|Edition||4th Revised Edition|
|Number of Pages||443 Pages|
|University Books Details|
|Specialization||B.Sc(Computer Science), Information Technology Engineering|
|Subject||Database Management System, Database Management Systems|
This book support old version of oracle ,and written for oracle 9.
If you are looking for 11g or something dont buy this book.
If you are looking only for concepts then a must book to read.
Thing are explained in very basic way and is good for the learners who are new to SQL
The book contains all the necessities you need to know to learn PL/SQL. Great book for beginners in PL/SQL.
The print is good and it generates interest to learn PL/SQL in you,make sure you have one copy of this book if you are interested in learning the language.
I was looking for a comprehensive, from-the-scratch reference material when I found this book. And to be honest, I am not at all disappointed. The book includes every single step, from setting up Oracle on your system to its detailed and in-depth functionality tour. If you are looking for a book to freshen up your basics or you just want to start from scratch then look no further, this is the book for you!
This book is good.But the approach is not practical.Being a software professional,I can tell u that the tables upon which the examples are written,are really a burden for grasping sql quickly and effectively.This book is not so interactive.Very boring and traditional approach is used while writing this book.
Go for Head First Sql.Really a great one for learning.
This book by Ivan Bayross is pivotal if you are knowing your way through SQL. Its great for quickly checking the syntax of various commands. I've been using it as a reference for three years now. Many of my friends have also bought. Prices are good. Its great value for money. Its very helpful for students as well as developers.
Flipkart packing & delivery were good.
Yes this is a very good book for beginners to learn SQL. Each and every topic is explained in detail with multiple examples and code. (View complete review)
I bought a copy of this book in chennai.It takes 6 day to get the copy of the book.The book is a basic level book of sql;those who want to learn sql from the begin end they can opt for this book.Language and hands on are easy to understand. (View complete review)
Great Book for beginners with the basic knowledge or sql programming and database design. Some thing like hand book of PL / SQL. (View complete review)