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Introduction

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Lesson Objectives

After completing this lesson, you should be able to do
the following:
• List the features of Oracle10g
• Discuss the theoretical and physical aspects of a
relational database
• Describe the Oracle implementation of the RDBMS
and ORDBMS
• Understand the goals of the course

I-2

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Goals of the Course

After completing this course, you should be able to do
the following:
• Identify the major structural components of
Oracle Database 10g
• Retrieve row and column data from tables with the
SELECT statement




I-3

Create reports of sorted and restricted data
Employ SQL functions to generate and retrieve
customized data
Run data manipulation language (DML) statements
to update data in Oracle Database 10g
Obtain metadata by querying the dictionary views
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Oracle10g

One
vendor

Scalability

Reliability

Single
development
model

I-4

Unified
management

Common
skill sets

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Oracle10g

I-5

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Oracle Database 10g

Object relational data

Documents

Multimedia

Messages

I-6

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Oracle Application Server 10g
Portals

Transactional applications

Business intelligence

Integration

Application
development
framework
I-7

Application
server

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Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g
Grid Control



I-8

Software provisioning
Application service level monitoring

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Relational and Object Relational
Database Management Systems






I-9

Relational model and object relational model
User-defined data types and objects
Fully compatible with relational database
Support of multimedia and large objects
High-quality database server features

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