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Oracle Books Oracle R12 Applications DBA Field Guide
By: Elke Phelps
Paperback: 308 pages (August 1, 2010)

Oracle R12 Applications DBA Field Guide is the second edition of the guide updated to provide the details needed to administer Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12. The book includes guidelines and references to guide you through the management and deployment of Oracle Applications Release 12. Included in the guide are topics ranging from architecture, configuration, installation, cloning, patching, monitoring, troubleshooting to performance tuning. The new edition provides essentials for administ ering the updated Applications tier and technology stack, including Oracle 10gAS and Oracle Database 11g. Even for the experienced database administrator, Oracle Applications are complicated to administer, and most documentation that is available is difficult to find and understand. Whether you're an experienced Oracle Applications DBA or a new to Oracle Applications, (perhaps experienced with PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, or Siebel), this book will enable and ease the administration and efficiency of your day-to-day tasks.

Oracle Books OCA: Oracle Application Server 10g Administration I Study Guide (Exam# 1Z0-311)
By: Robert J. Bryla, April Wells
Paperback: 600 pages (September 12, 2006)

Complete coverage of the exam objectives, hands-on exercises, review questions, and more, this is the first and only book to offer such in-depth coverage of this challenging exam. Takes into consideration that candidates must not only know how to install and configure Oracle Application Server 10g, but how to use the robust tool set, including Oracle HTTP Server and OracleAS Portal. The book features an interactive CD-ROM, including the Sybex Test Engine with chapter review questions and bonus exams, a series of flash cards that can be used on a PC or handheld, and an e-version of the book

Oracle Books OCA Oracle Application Server 10g Administrator Exam Guide (Exam 1Z0-311)
By: Sam Alapati
Paperback: 539 pages (March 28, 2006)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

Prepare for the Oracle Certified Administrator Oracle Application Server 10g exam with help from this exclusive Oracle Press guide. Get complete coverage of all topics on the exam 1Z0-311, including installation, configuration, and management of Oracle Application Server 10g, as well as details on Oracle Internet Directory, Oracle HTTP Server, Oracle Single Sign-On Server, Oracle Portal, Oracle Application Server Containers for J2EE (OC4J), and Oracle Web Cache. In each chapter, you'll find cert ification objectives, examples, a two-minute drill, and a self-test to highlight what you've learned. This book and CD-ROM package is the most comprehensive preparation tool available for this OCA exam.

Oracle Books Oracle Application Server 10g Web Development
By: Chris Ostrowski, Bradley D. Brown
Paperback: 747 pages (November 22, 2004)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

Develop flexible, cross-platform Web applications using Oracle Application Server 10g and this exclusive Oracle Press guide. Take advantage of the full support for all major Web development languages, APIs, and frameworks and learn to create and test applications quickly, interface with the Oracle database seamlessly, and deploy your applications to the Web securely. Inside you'll find full details on J2EE integration, Oracle Forms 10g , Oracle Reports 10g , OracleAS Discoverer 10g , OracleAS Po rtal, and Oracle JDeveloper 10g

Oracle Books Oracle Application Server 10g: J2EE Deployment and Administration
By: Erin Mulder
Paperback: 400 pages (September 6, 2004)

This book is based on the very latest version of Oracle's fully J2EE- certified Application Server (previously called Oracle9iAS). Oracle Corp.Adoption interest is growing rapidly amidst favorable reports regarding performance and reliability. Deploying J2EE applications and configuring the application server are known to be the most tricky and non-standard elements of J2EE development, and thus they receive scant attention in general J2EE texts. This book provides a focused, no-frills guide to getting J2EE applications up and running on 10G. It covers Oracle's J2EE container, OC4J (available for free for development purposes), in full detail and then moves on to explain how to configure and use the various enterprise-level features that come with the commercial editions.

Oracle Books Oracle Application Server 10g Essentials
By: Robert Stackowiak, Donald Bales, Rick Greenwald
Paperback: 256 pages (August 17, 2004)
O'Reilly & Associates

The new Oracle Application Server offers a wide range of functionality, including Java runtime and development tools, portal development tools, business intelligence, single sign-on identify management, and much more. It's so powerful and complex, in fact, that many people who use the product (or are considering using it) are familiar with only a portion of the entire range of its capabilities. The choices can be overwhelming. Few people grasp how the larger issues--such as the interplay between components or the various architectural choices in the product--play out in the Oracle Application Server. This new guide provides the perfect introduction to the Oracle Application Server for users of any level. Regardless of which of the server's capabilities you use, you'll benefit from this tightly focused, all-in-one technical overview. It's written for anyone who is concerned with using and managing web servers, doing Java development and deployment, using Oracle's own tools--like Forms a nd Reports, using or developing for Oracle Portal, or those who use and administer business intelligence, mobile or integration software. Divided into three concise sections, the book covers server basics, core components, and server functionality. The book leads with the history of Oracle Application Server, its architecture, management, standards, and third-party support for languages and tools such as Java, Perl, and HTTP. The next section covers Oracle's web server, containers for Java web c aching, and the server's security features. And finally, the book discusses HTML development, Java development, and Oracle development. Although the book refers mainly to Oracle Application Server 10g, the authors also describe features in earlier product releases where necessary, particularly Oracle9i Application Server. More comprehensible than a large reference and more detailed than a primer, the book provides a foundation for understanding and using Oracle Application Server effectively and efficiently. Readers concentrate on the most important issues and components of the server, focusing primarily on principles rather than syntax. Designed to be the ideal first OracleAS book, Oracle Application Server 10g Essentials offers Oracle application developers and administrators everything they need to know about this powerful server.

Oracle Books Oracle Application Server 10g Administration Handbook
By: John Garmany, Donald K. Burleson
Paperback: 400 pages (February 17, 2004)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

From the exclusive publisher of Oracle Press books, here is an architectural and technical reference on how to use Oracle Application Server 10g to Web-enable Oracle databases for application server systems. You'll find coverage of installation, configuration, and tuning, using Java with Oracle Application Server 10g, and much more.

Oracle Books Building Oracle XML Applications
By: Steve Muench
Paperback - 792 pages CD-ROM edition (October 2000)
O'Reilly & Associates

Oracle Corporation, committed to supporting XML in a wide range of products, has XML-enabled its entire Oracle Internet platform--the Oracle8i database, Oracle interMedia, Oracle Application Server, and a variety of other products. Building Oracle XML Applications, by Steve Muench, Oracle's lead "XML evangelist" and a key Oracle XML developer, gives Java and PL/SQL developers a rich and detailed look at the many tools Oracle has provided to support XML development, such as the Oracle XML Parser, the Oracle XML SQL Utility, and the XSQL Servlet. The company describes Oracle8i as "the first XML enabled database." This book shows how to combine the power of XML and XSLT with the speed, functionality, and reliability of the Oracle database to build flexible applications. The author delivers nearly 800 pages of entertaining text, helpful and time-saving hints, and extensive examples that developers can put to use immediately to build custom XML applications.

Oracle Books Oracle Built-In Packages
By: Steven Feuerstein, Charles Dye, John Beresniewicz
Paperback - 956 pages (May 1998)
O'Reilly & Associates

Oracle is the most popular database management system in use today, and PL/SQL plays a pivotal role in current and projected Oracle products and applications. PL/SQL is a programming language providing procedural extensions to the SQL relational database language and to an ever-growing number of Oracle development tools. Originally a rather limited tool, PL/SQL became with Oracle7 a mature and effective language for developers. Now, with the introduction of Oracle8, PL/SQL has taken the next ste p towards becoming a fully realized programming language providing sophisticated object-oriented capabilities. Steven Feuerstein's Oracle PL/SQL Programming is a comprehensive guide to building applications with PL/SQL. That book has become the bible for PL/SQL developers who have raved about its completeness, readability, and practicality. Built-in packages are collections of PL/SQL objects built by Oracle Corporation and stored directly in the Oracle database. The functionality of these packag es is available from any programming environment that can call PL/SQL stored procedures, including Visual Basic, Oracle Developer/2000, Oracle Application Server (for Web-based development), and, of course, the Oracle database itself. Built-in packages extend the capabilities and power of PL/SQL in many significant ways.