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Oracle Tutorials for Developers

These completely free Oracle9i and Oracle 10g tutorials are in-depth and comprehensive lessons that will help you learn about the Oracle Database. Just click on the free tutorial title you are interested in.   The free Oracle 9i or 10g tutorial will render in a new browser window.  Scripts mentioned in the tutorials can be downloaded here.  Please send comments and suggestions regarding the Oracle tutorials to dave@skillBuilders.com

Oracle Blogs
Welcome to the Oracle blogging community, where Oracle executives, employees, and non-employees alike exchange views about customer requirements and best practices for using Oracle and industry-standard technologies. Opinions expressed by the authors of these blogs are entirely their own and do not reflect the position of Oracle or any other corporation. Any advice or recommendations discussed on these sites (or sites they link to) are not validated by Oracle.
Tuning and Optimizing for Oracle
This is a step-by-step guide for tuning and optimizing Red Hat Enterprise Linux on x86 and x86-64 platforms running Oracle 9i and Oracle 10g databases. This guide covers Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server 3 and 4 and the older version 2.1. This is an easy step-by-step guide for installing Oracle10g with a trouble shooting section.
Special Triggers Template Form in Oracle Apps
This document provides an overview of the Special Triggers in the Template Form. The template form contains many form level triggers. These triggers are required for the proper operation of other routines. They are also aid in making the form respond to and behave properly in case of standard events. These triggers must not be deleted or to ensure the proper functioning of the form. Also, code can be added to these triggers but, the existing text must not be deleted.
Oracle Certifications
Database Administrators are responsible for administrative activities like installing database, taking backups, managing and fine-tuning performance over the network, and data recovery. They have the knowledge of basic architecture of the Oracle database.Application Developers are responsible for developing applications on Oracle. They should have a good knowledge of SQL, PL/SQL, and developing Internet applications using Form Builder and Report Builder
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