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Learning Oracle PL/SQL

Author: Bill Pribyl; Steven Feuerstein
Publisher: Sebastopol, CA : O'Reilly, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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This volume is suitable for newcomers to PL/SQL. It begins with a discussion of what it is and what it's good for, and then presents language features, one at a time. An example - the development of  Read more...

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Pribyl, Bill.
Learning Oracle PL/SQL.
Sebastopol, CA : O'Reilly, ©2002
(OCoLC)606642189
Online version:
Pribyl, Bill.
Learning Oracle PL/SQL.
Sebastopol, CA : O'Reilly, ©2002
(OCoLC)608855880
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Pribyl; Steven Feuerstein
ISBN: 0596001800 9780596001803
OCLC Number: 48539555
Notes: "Oracle development languages"--Cover.
"Covers Oracle9i"--Cover.
Includes index.
Description: xix, 401 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. PL/SQL: What, when, and where --
What is PL/SQL? --
Why use PL/SQL? --
What you need to get started with PL/SQL --
2. Fundamentals --
PL/Lingo --
Running your first PL/SQL program --
Introduction to program structure --
Variables --
Common operators --
Conditional logic --
Executing in circles: loop statements --
Code formatting: requirements and guidelines --
Some advanced fundamentals --
3. Let's code! --
A first programming exercise --
Retrieving a book count with a function --
Make your code resilient --
Using PL/SQL packages to organize code --
Going to the next level --
4. Go web, young man --
Introduction to HTML --
Using PL/SQL to create web pages --
5. Fetch! --
A simple-minded approach to retrieving one row --
Retrieving more than one row using a cursor --
Presenting query results via a web page --
Building a web-based search page using dynamic SQL --
Advanced data retrieval topics --
6. Keeping house --
Organize your code --
Use tools to write code effectively --
7. Security: keep the bad guys out --
Oracle security primer --
Organizing accounts to improve security --
Analyzing the library system's requirements --
Keeping a trail of database changes --
Special security topics for PL/SQL developers --
8. Communicating with the outside world --
Sending internet email from PL/SQL --
Using the mail sender in the library system --
Receiving email inside the database --
Fetching data from a remote web site --
Integration with other languages --
9. Intermediate topics and other diversions --
Riding the software lifecycle --
Lists o' stuff (collections) in PL/SQL --
Exception-handling packages --
Transaction control --
The PL/SQL compiler --
Managing patron and librarian privileges --
Still more PL/SQL features --
"Making good" of database programming --
The evidence --
The problem --
Answering the objections --
What to do.
Responsibility: Bill Pribyl with Steven Feuerstein.
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