Oracle PL/SQL for DBAs: The Complete Guide to Security, Scheduling, Performance, and More

Monday Nov 7th 2005 by Staff

Despite the book's main focus, it's not just about PL/SQL and not just for DBAs. "The concepts on security, for instance, are for DBAs, developers and architects alike. Everyone, regardless of their role in the system lifecycle will benefit from the book."

[From O'Reilly Media, Inc. ]

Sebastopol, CA--For the past fifteen years, Oracle Corporation's proprietary procedural language, PL/SQL, has been used mainly for application development. Many programmers use PL/SQL as the primary tool for building entire web sites on top of Oracle databases, and until recently, they also were responsible for maintaining these sites once they got them up and running. But now, according to Oracle expert Arup Nanda, coauthor of Oracle PL/SQL for DBAs (Nanda and Feuerstein, O'Reilly, US $39.95), the line between developers and database administrators has blurred.

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