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Expert Oracle Database Architecture: Third Edition by Thomas Kyte

By Thomas Kyte

Now in its 3rd variation, this best-selling e-book maintains to deliver you the very best pondering on the right way to practice Oracle Database to provide scalable functions that practice good and carry right effects. Tom Kyte and Darl Kuhn percentage an easy philosophy: "you can deal with Oracle as a black field and simply stick information into it, otherwise you can know how it really works and make the most it as a strong computing environment." when you opt for the latter, then you’ll locate that there are few info administration difficulties that you simply can't resolve quick and assuredly.

This totally revised 3rd version covers the advancements as much as Oracle Database 12c. major new content material is integrated surrounding Oracle's new cloud function set, and particularly using pluggable databases. each one function is taught in a proof-by-example demeanour, not just discussing what it really is, but in addition the way it works, easy methods to enforce software program utilizing it, and the typical pitfalls linked to it.

Don’t deal with Oracle Database as a black-box. Get this publication. Get lower than the hood. Turbo-charge your occupation.

  • Revised to hide Oracle Database 12c
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  • Dives deeply into Oracle Database’s strongest beneficial properties

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On Friday and then run a query looking for overlaps. The next person would try to insert an overlapping request and, upon looking for overlaps, would become blocked (waiting for the newly inserted data to become available for reading). In that blocking read database, our application would be apparently well behaved, though it could just as easily deadlock (a concept covered in the chapter on locking) if we both inserted our rows and then attempted to read each other’s data. Our checks on overlapping resource allocations would have happened one after the other, never concurrently.

Without correct concurrency control, you will corrupt the integrity of your database because something that works in isolation will not work as you expect in a multiuser situation. Your application will run slower than it should because you’ll end up waiting for data. Your application will lose its ability to scale because of locking and contention issues. As the queues to access a resource get longer, the wait gets longer and longer. An analogy here would be a backup at a tollbooth. If cars arrive in an orderly, predictable fashion, one after the other, there won’t ever be a backup.

Knowing and understanding how they work will help you immensely in dealing with these issues. Taking an application from Oracle to SQL Server exposes SQL Server’s blocking reads and deadlock issues—it goes both ways. For example, I was asked to help convert some Transact SQL (the stored procedure language for SQL Server) into PL/SQL. The developer doing the conversion was complaining that the SQL queries in Oracle returned the “wrong” answer. The queries looked like this: 34 Chapter 1 ■ Developing Successful Oracle Applications declare l_some_variable varchar2(25); begin if ( some_condition ) then l_some_variable := f( ...

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