The authors of Oracle NT Handbook explain Oracle8 under Windows NT to administrators who are familiar with Oracle under Unix. Here, administrators interested in deploying Oracle software on Windows NT machines learn how to set up and run all relevant hardware and software.
Adkoli and Velpuri start out with an overview of Windows NT Server 4, detailing its capabilities and the hardware required to run it before walking the reader through the installation process.
Aimed at programmers who are familiar with Visual Basic and who have been exposed to Oracle, this instructional text covers the popular Oracle/Visual Basic client/server combination from beginning to end. The book opens with a lengthy discussion of the unique architecture of Oracle. The author presents the basics of Oracle's components, database administration processes, and database design issues. By the end of this first part, the reader comes away with a solid understanding of Oracle.
From the authorized Oracle Press comes a unique volume, packed with undocumented tips ; techniques from Oracle experts, for maximizing Oracle9i on the Windows 2000 platform. You'll get full coverage of critical high-end features such as clustering and standbys and methods for ensuring high availability. You'll also get full details on all the features new to Oracle9i.
ADO.NET revolutionized the way data was accessed through SQL Server, Oracle, and MySQL. With Microsoft's release of ADO.NET 2, ADO and the .NET Framework are integrated with SQL Server for the first time-enabling you to program .NET applications directly within the SQL Server database.
Packed with sample code and recommended best practices for using ADO.NET 2, this code-intensive book explores the new data types that are available in the 2.0 Framework and discusses the appropriate time and way to use them.
Special Ops: Internal Network Security Guide is the solution for the impossible 24-hour IT work day. By now, most companies have hardened their perimeters and locked out the "bad guys," but what has been done on the inside?
This book never loses sight of its instructional mission: to effectively utilize the Oracle database from the .NET environment. Though Visual Studio and Oracle form a popular and powerful duo, there is a noticeable lack of written material in this area. The result: projects that often turn out with less-than-optimal solutions, due to lack of "synergy" between the application developer and the database.