Learn standard database design and management techniques applicable to any type of database. Featuring clear examples using both Microsoft Access and Oracle, Databases: A Beginner's Guide begins by showing you how to use Structured Query Language (SQL) to create and access database objects. Then, you'll discover how to implement logical design using normalization, transform the logical design into a physical database, and handle data and process modeling. You'll also get details on database security, online analytical processing (OLAP), connecting databases to applications, and integrating XML and object content into databases.
Designed for Easy LearningKey Skills & Concepts--Chapter-opening lists of specific skills covered in the chapter Ask the Expert--Q&A sections filled with bonus information and helpful tips Try This--Hands-on exercises that show you how to apply your skills Notes--Extra information related to the topic being covered Self Tests--Chapter-ending quizzes to test your knowledge
Maintain an integrated, customer-focused financial computing framework that meets global business requirements while lowering total cost of ownership. Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Handbook, Third Edition offers fully updated coverage of the latest applications and modules. Find out how to enforce robust accounting rules, establish workflow, manage invoices and inventory, create budgets and forecasts, and secure your corporate assets. This Oracle Press guide thoroughly explains how to deploy custom Web applications, automate tax reporting, and incorporate Oracle Fusion Applications.Centralize financial data with Oracle General Ledger and Oracle Subledger Accounting Track invoices and payments through Oracle Receivables and Oracle Payables Forecast cash requirements and manage portfolios with Oracle Treasury Increase liquidity and profitability using Oracle Cash Management Establish asset depreciation schedules and handle leases and warranty information with Oracle Assets Use Oracle Purchasing and Oracle Inventory to optimize supply chain efficiency Handle procurement and billing information using Oracle Projects and Oracle Order Management Employ the all-new Oracle E-Business Tax and Oracle Landed Cost Management Leverage Oracle Fusion Applications in a co-existence strategy with Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Implement an end-to-end disaster recovery strategy
With the growth of courses in information technology offered in industrial engineering and engineering management programs, the authors have written this book to show how such computer-based knowledge systems are designed and used in modern manufacturing and industrial companies.Introduces Data Modeling and Functional Architecture Design, with a focus on integration for overall system design Encompasses hands-on approach, employing many in-chapter exercises and end-of-chapter problem sets with case studies in manufacturing and service industries Shows the reader how Information Systems can be integrated into a wider E-business/Web-Enabled Database business model Offers applications in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)
Aside from Oracle application and database cloud offerings, the book looks at various tools and technologies that can facilitate migration to the cloud. It includes useful code snippets and step-by-step instructions in database migration, along with four case studies that highlight service enablement of DOS-based applications, Sybase to Oracle, PowerBuilder to APEX, and Forms to Java EE. Finally, it considers current challenges and future trends in cloud computing and client/server migration.
This book will be useful to IT professionals, such as developers, architects, database administrators, IT project managers, and executives, in developing migration strategies and best practices, as well as finding appropriate solutions.Focuses on Oracle architecture, Middleware and COTS business applicationsExplains the tools and technologies necessary for your legacy migrationGives useful information about various strategies, migration methodologies and efficient plans for executing migration projects
Oracle has evolved from a simple relational database into one of the most complex e-commerce platforms ever devised. It's not enough for you to understand just the Oracle database. You must also understand the components of the Web server technology, XML, Oracle Security, Oracle and Java, and a host of other issues in order to do your job properly.
This book is a compendium of the best and most useful articles from Oracle Internals, Auerbach Publications' newsletter for Oracle database administrators and other Oracle professionals. Edited by Oracle guru Don Burleson, it provides the type of in-depth, highly technical information not found in any other book, information only available from peers and consultants. The chapters focus on the truly tough stuff - proven techniques learned in the trenches.
You could get this information from other sources, but you'd have to hunt and peck for it. Can you afford that kind of time? Oracle Internals: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques for DBAs gives you knowledge and advice directly applicable to your work in one easy-to-use resource.
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