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If Oracle WebDB can do it, you can do it too… Oracle's new run-anywhere browser-based tool delivers everything you need to deploy powerful database applications over the Internet. And this authoritative reference delivers everything you need to master the complete capabilities of WebDB — database browsing, application development, component management, performance monitoring, even constructing entire Web sites with SiteBuilder. Written by two veteran database applications developers who were key contributors to the WebDB beta program, this encyclopedic guide will help you extend the rich functionality of WebDB — and realize the full potential of your Web site. Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Oracle WebDB
  • Grasp the architecture, components, and purpose of WebDB
  • Browse Oracle databases over the Web
  • Master advanced reporting techniques
  • Build WebDB components, including forms, charts, and calendars
  • Create menus and use links to connect WebDB objects
  • Monitor performance and maintain security with administrative tips
  • Deploy and manage Oracle-based Web sites with SiteBuilder
  • Integrate new and legacy apps with WebDB-generated PL/SQL code
Valuable CD-ROM Included!
  • Sample scripts and files from each chapter
  • Net University Sample Database
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Synopsis:

Oracle's new run-anywhere browser-based tool delivers everything you need to deploy powerful database applications over the Internet. And this authoritative reference delivers everything you need to master the complete capabilities of WebDB — database browsing, application development, component management, performance monitoring, even constructing entire Web sites with SiteBuilder. Written by two veteran database applications developers who were key contributors to the WebDB beta program, this encyclopedic guide will help you extend the rich functionality of WebDB — and realize the full potential of your Web site.

About the Author

About the Authors Rick Greenwald has been active in the field of data processing for over 15 years, including stints with Data General, Cognos, Gupta, and Oracle Corporation. He is the author of five other books on technology and dozens of articles and analyst pieces. Jim Milbery has been involved in the software business for over 16 years and has worked for a variety of high-tech companies including Digital Equipment Corporation, Ingres, Uniface, and Revere. He is currently a partner with the technology consulting firm Kuromaku Partners LLC, where he provides strategic consulting to a diverse group of clients. Jim lives in Easton, Pennsylvania with his lovely wife, Renate, and two spoiled cats.

Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

PART I: Introduction.

Chapter 1: Introducing WebDB.

Chapter 2: Installing WebDB.

Chapter 3: The WebDB Environment.

PART II: Building WebDB Components.

Chapter 4: Browsing the Database.

Chapter 5: Building WebDB Reports.

Chapter 6: Advanced Reporting Techniques.

Chapter 7: Building WebDB Forms.

Chapter 8: Building Forms — Part II.

Chapter 9: Building Charts.

Chapter 10: Building WebDB Calendars.

Chapter 11: Working with Hierarchies.

Chapter 12: Working with HTML.

PART III: Building Web Sites and WebDB Applications.

Chapter 13: Working with Lists-of-Values (LOVs).

Chapter 14: Creating WebDB Menus.

Chapter 15: Building Consistency into WebDB Web Sites.

Chapter 16: Data Validation with WebDB.

Chapter 17: Using Links to Connect WebDB Objects.

Chapter 18: Using Site Builder — Part I.

PART IV: Administering WebDB.

Chapter 19: Administering WebDB Components.

Chapter 20: WebDB Security.

Chapter 21: Monitoring WebDB Performance.

PART V: Advanced WebDB Topics.

Chapter 22: Deploying WebDB Sites.

Chapter 23: Site Builder — Part II.

Chapter 24: Integrating PL/SQL Logic.

PART VI: Appendixes.

Appendix A: On the CD-ROM.

Appendix B: Using a Batch Interface to WebDB.

Appendix C: Adding Security to the WebDB Environment.

Index.

End-User License Agreement.

CD-ROM Installation Instructions.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780764533266
Other:
Greenwald, Rick
Author:
Milbery, James
Author:
Greenwald, Rick
Publisher:
Wiley
Location:
Foster City, CA :
Subject:
Programming Languages - General
Subject:
Database Management - General
Subject:
Relational databases
Subject:
Web servers
Subject:
Database Management - Oracle
Subject:
Oracle (computer system)
Subject:
Oracle
Subject:
Web site development
Copyright:
Edition Description:
CD
Series:
Bible IDG
Series Volume:
462
Publication Date:
19991025
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
787
Dimensions:
24 cm. +

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