Oracle PL/SQL Recipes

Oracle PL/SQL Recipes

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Oracle PL/SQL Recipes is your go to book for PL/SQL programming solutions. It takes a task-oriented approach to PL/SQL programming that lets you quickly look up a specific task and see the pattern for a solution. Then it's as simple as modifying the pattern for your specific application and implementing it. And youa€™re done and home for dinner. Oracle PL/SQL Recipes is another in Apressa€™ ongoing series of recipe books aimed at Oracle practitioners. The recipe format is ideal for the busy professional who just needs to get the job done. Covers the most common PL/SQL programming problems Presents solutions in ready-to-use format Stays short and to-the-point What youa€™ll learn Move business logic into the database Implement robust exception-handling Optimize and debug, taking advantage of Oracle SQL Developer Integrate PL/SQL with web-based applications Interface with Java code and dynamic languages in the database, and running externally Run the UTPLSQL unit-testing framework Who this book is for Oracle PL/SQL Recipes is database administrators and developers wanting to take advantage of Oracle Databasea€™s built-in support for procedural logic. Database administrators can use PL/SQL to automate administrative tasks, audit access to sensitive data, and more. Developers will be able to optimize processing, push business logic into the database layer, and interface with Java and web applications. Table of Contents PL/SQL Fundamentals Essential SQL Looping and Logic Functions, Packages, and Procedures Triggers Type Conversion Numbers, Strings, and Dates Dynamic SQL Exceptions PL/SQL Collections and Records Automating Routine Tasks Oracle SQL Developer Analyzing and Improving Performance Using PL/SQL on the Web Java in the Database Accessing PL/SQL from JDBC, HTTP, Groovy, and Jython Unit Testing With utPLSQLREFRESH procedure to refresh the view, the MAKE procedure simplifies this automated task. In addition, once your refresh list is created, you can later add more materialized views to the schedule using the DBMS_REFRESH.ADD procedure.

Title:Oracle PL/SQL Recipes
Author:Josh Juneau, Matt Arena
Publisher:Apress - 2010-12-09


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