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This pocket reference provides quick reference information that will help you use SQLPlus, Oracle's interactive query tool. It summarizes all of the SQLPlus syntax, including the syntax for new Oracle8i release 8.1.6 features.SQLPlus is available at every Oracle site--from the largest data warehouse to the smallest single-user system--and it's a critical tool for virtually every Oracle user. Despite its wide use, few developers and DBAs know how powerful a tool SQLPlus can be.This book boils down the most vital information from Gennick's best-selling book, Oracle SQLPlus: The Definitive Guide, into an accessible summary. It concisely describes interacting with SQLPlus, selecting data, formatting reports with SQLPlus, and tuning SQL queries. It also contains quick references to the SQLPlus commands and format elements.This book is an indispensable companion to O'Reilly bestselling book, Oracle SQLPlus: The Definitive Guide, but it does not replace it; the larger book is truly the definitive guide, suitable for readers at all levels of expertise. The definitive guide describes the many tasks that SQLPlus can perform, and provides a tutorial on many SQLPlus topics. But this quick reference is an excellent, portable resource for readers who want a pocket-sized summary of SQLPlus capabilities and a reminder of how to issue specific commands and formatting options for SQLPlus.Table of Contents:

  1. Interacting with SQL
Plus
  • Selecting Data
  • Formatting Reports
  • Tuning SQL
  • SQLPlus Format Elements
  • SQLPlus Command Reference
  • Synopsis:

    Despite the wide use of SQL *Plus, few developers and database administrators know how powerful it really is. And the syntax can sometimes be tricky. This portable guide provides a quick reference to subjects such as interacting with SQL *Plus, selecting data, formatting reports, writing scripting, and tuning SQL. There's also a command reference.

    Synopsis:

    This pocket reference provides quick reference information that will help you use SQLxPlus, Oracle's interactive query tool. It summarizes all of the SQLxPlus syntax, including the syntax for new Oracle8i release 8.1.6 features.

    SQLxPlus is available at every Oracle site--from the largest data warehouse to the smallest single-user system--and it's a critical tool for virtually every Oracle user. Despite its wide use, few developers and DBAs know how powerful a tool SQLxPlus can be.

    This book boils down the most vital information from Gennick's best-selling book, Oracle SQLxPlus: The Definitive Guide, into an accessible summary. It concisely describes interacting with SQLxPlus, selecting data, formatting reports with SQLxPlus, and tuning SQL queries. It also contains quick references to the SQLxPlus commands and format elements.

    This book is an indispensable companion to O'Reilly bestselling book, Oracle SQLxPlus: The Definitive Guide, but it does not replace it; the larger book is truly the definitive guide, suitable for readers at all levels of expertise. The definitive guide describes the many tasks that SQLxPlus can perform, and provides a tutorial on many SQLxPlus topics. But this quick reference is an excellent, portable resource for readers who want a pocket-sized summary of SQLxPlus capabilities and a reminder of how to issue specific commands and formatting options for SQLxPlus.

    Table of Contents:

    1. Interacting with SQLxPlus

    2. Selecting Data

    3. Formatting Reports

    4. Tuning SQL

    5. SQLxPlus Format Elements

    6. SQLxPlus Command Reference

    About the Author

    Gennick is a professional software developer with over twelve years of experience using a variety of platforms and technologies and is currently employed as a senior technology consultant by KPMG Peat Marwick.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1: Oracle SQL*PlusPocket Reference

    Product Details

    ISBN:
    9781565929418
    Author:
    Gennick, Jonathan
    Publisher:
    O'Reilly Media
    Subject:
    Programming Languages - General
    Subject:
    Programming Languages - SQL
    Subject:
    Computers
    Subject:
    Database Management - General
    Subject:
    Relational databases
    Subject:
    Computer software
    Subject:
    SQLxPLUS (Computer program language)
    Subject:
    Microcomputer Programming
    Subject:
    Computer Books: Database
    Subject:
    Database Engineering
    Subject:
    Books; Computers & Internet; Platforms; Relational Databases; Oracle
    Subject:
    Oracle8i;SQL*Plus;oracle
    Subject:
    General Computers
    Edition Number:
    1
    Edition Description:
    Print PDF
    Series:
    O'Reilly Pocket Reference
    Publication Date:
    20000411
    Binding:
    Paperback
    Language:
    English
    Pages:
    94
    Dimensions:
    6.95x4.23x.32 in. .22 lbs.

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    Product details 94 pages O'Reilly & Associates Inc. - English 9781565929418 Reviews:
    "Synopsis" by ,
    Despite the wide use of SQL *Plus, few developers and database administrators know how powerful it really is. And the syntax can sometimes be tricky. This portable guide provides a quick reference to subjects such as interacting with SQL *Plus, selecting data, formatting reports, writing scripting, and tuning SQL. There's also a command reference.
    "Synopsis" by ,

    This pocket reference provides quick reference information that will help you use SQLxPlus, Oracle's interactive query tool. It summarizes all of the SQLxPlus syntax, including the syntax for new Oracle8i release 8.1.6 features.

    SQLxPlus is available at every Oracle site--from the largest data warehouse to the smallest single-user system--and it's a critical tool for virtually every Oracle user. Despite its wide use, few developers and DBAs know how powerful a tool SQLxPlus can be.

    This book boils down the most vital information from Gennick's best-selling book, Oracle SQLxPlus: The Definitive Guide, into an accessible summary. It concisely describes interacting with SQLxPlus, selecting data, formatting reports with SQLxPlus, and tuning SQL queries. It also contains quick references to the SQLxPlus commands and format elements.

    This book is an indispensable companion to O'Reilly bestselling book, Oracle SQLxPlus: The Definitive Guide, but it does not replace it; the larger book is truly the definitive guide, suitable for readers at all levels of expertise. The definitive guide describes the many tasks that SQLxPlus can perform, and provides a tutorial on many SQLxPlus topics. But this quick reference is an excellent, portable resource for readers who want a pocket-sized summary of SQLxPlus capabilities and a reminder of how to issue specific commands and formatting options for SQLxPlus.

    Table of Contents:

    1. Interacting with SQLxPlus

    2. Selecting Data

    3. Formatting Reports

    4. Tuning SQL

    5. SQLxPlus Format Elements

    6. SQLxPlus Command Reference

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