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Oracle Books Oracle9i Mobile
By: Alan Yeung, Nicholas Pang, Philip Stephenson
Paperback: 624 pages 1st edition (July 15, 2002)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

A practical developer handbook for creating mobile applications on the Oracle platform, Oracle Mobile is the definitive resource for Web designers, Java programmers, non-Java programmers, consultants, project managers, IT managers, Oracle DBAs, and content managers.

Oracle Books Oracle E-Business Suite Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management
By: Bastin Gerald, Nigel King, Dan Natchek
Paperback: 823 pages 1st edition (December 18, 2001)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

Implement Oracle's Internet-based Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management products using this Oracle authorized resource. This comprehensive guide explains how to implement the planning, engineering, pricing, order fulfillment, and inventory management components of Oracle Manufacturing and Supply Chain--and develop and deliver goods and services faster, cheaper, and more efficiently than your competitors.

Oracle Books Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Administration
By: Shankaran Iyer
Paperback - 704 pages 1st edition (December 4, 2001)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

From the official Oracle Press comes a comprehensive guide managing, customizing, and tuning this key component of the Oracle Applications Suite. You'll learn to install and update Oracle Financials, apply various patches, and much more using this essential resource.

Oracle Books E-Business for the Oracle DBA
By: Meghraj Thakkar
Paperback - 384 pages 1st edition (August 17, 2001)

This book focuses on discussing the issues that a DBA would face in extending existing systems for eBusiness. The book also discusses how DBAs can prepare themselves for the challenge. An example business 'DOeBIZ Corporation' is used to help the reader understand the various issues involved and how an Oracle DBA can deal with them.

Oracle Books Implementing and Managing Oracle Databases
By: Steve Lemme, John R. Colby
Paperback - 418 pages (February 2001)
Premier Press

Oracle database administration goes far beyond installation and tuning of the database - topics covered by the majority of books on the market. As DBAs become more involved in the business process, architecture, and planning, there may be more to do up front, but the end result is less chaotic. To better prepare those who are up to the new eBusiness challenges, the chapters in this book have been organized with information to not only provide IT professionals with information that can be applied for a more challenging and successful career, but also for those companies who are trying to attract and retain them.

Oracle Books Oracle8i Web Development
By: Bradley D. Brown, Brad Brown
Paperback - 1119 pages (December 16, 1999)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

Oracle delivers unprecedented ease-of-use, power and performance for e-commerce applications - and Oracle8i is the database for Internet computing. 80% of all Web sites use Oracle as a back-end. Contains time-saving, undocumented methods for developing Internet application using Oracle and Oracle Application Server. Packed with hundreds of real-world examples and insider secrets compiled from TUSC's standing-room-only conference presentations and Oracle user Groups worldwide.