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Oracle help for developer

Oracle help for developer

Oracle help for developer

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Hi,

I've been developing using SQL Server and Ingres. I'm now moving to developing in Oracle. As I'm only a developer I don't need to know a huge volume of data about Oracle itself (I know SQL). I was looking to see if anybody knew where I could get some information about the Oracle RDBMS from the net. All I really need is a bit about instances, table structres, sqlplus (just so I know what the DBA is talking about :-D)

Thanks for any help in advance

Gareth

RE: Oracle help for developer

Oracle's own sites would probably give you sufficient info with some diligent browsing.
http://www.oracle.com/      corporate site
http://technet.oracle.com/      technical site
You may have to register to get at some of the good stuff though.

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