Oracle by Example Series: Oracle Database 11g

The Oracle by Example (OBE) series provides step-by-step instructions on how to perform a variety of tasks using Oracle Database 11g. The Oracle by Example series reduces the time spent investigating what steps are required to perform a task. Because the step-by-step solutions are built for practical real world situations, not only is knowledge gained through valuable hands-on experience, but also the solutions presented may then be used as the foundation for production implementation, dramatically reducing time to deployment.

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List of Lessons
Installing Oracle Database 11g on Linux

Installing Oracle Database 11g on Windows

Configuring Oracle Application Express 3.0 in Oracle Database 11g

Installing and Configuring Spatial Web Service in OC4J

Improving Application Performance Using Result Cache
Using Extended Statistics to Optimize Multi-Column Relationships and Function Based Statistics
Gathering and Publishing Statistics Independently
Exploring Your Database with Enterprise Manager Database Control
Using Database Replay to Perform Real-World Testing
Assessing Impact of Change on Workload Using SQL Performance Analyzer
Controlling Execution Plan Evolution Using SQL Plan Management
Analyzing Data Dictionary Corruption Using Support Workbench
Using Table Compression to Save Storage Costs
Implementing Information Lifecycle Management Using the ILM Assistant
Using the Data Recovery Advisor
Backing Out Transactions with Flashback
Using Change Data Notification
Building a Functional Application Using Oracle Application Express 3.0
Managing Your Database Objects Using SQLDeveloper
Running Java in the Database
Manipulating Partitions in Oracle Database 11g
Using High-Speed Data Loading and Rolling Window Operations with Partitioning
Using Transparent Data Encryption in Oracle Database 11g
Using Flashback Data Archive
Using SecureFiles to Improve Performance, Maximize Storage, and Enhance Security
Using Oracle XML DB to Store, Query, Transform, and Access XML and Relational Data
Managing DICOM Format Data in Oracle Database 11g
Running Oracle Spatial Web Services