OCA: Oracle 10g™ Administration I Study Guide – Chip Dawes, Bob Bryla, Joseph C. Johnson, Matthew Weishan – 1st Edition

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There is high demand for professionals in the information (IT) industry; and Oraclecertifications are the hottest credentials in the world. You have made the right decisionto pursue your Oracle certification; because achieving it will give you a distinct advantage in this highly competitive market.
Most of you should already be familiar with Oracle and need no introduction to the Oracle database world. Here’s some information for those who aren’t. Oracle; founded in 1977; soldthe first commercial relational database and is now the world’s leading database company andsecond-largest independent company; with revenues of more than $ 10 billion; serving
more than 145 countries.
Oracle databases are the de facto standard for large Internet sites; and Oracle advertisers are boastful but honest when they proclaim; “The Internet Runs on Oracle.”
Almost all big Internetsites run Oracle databases. Oracle’s penetration of the database market runs deep and is not limited to dot-com implementations. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) application suites;data warehouses; and custom at many companies rely on Oracle. The demand forDBA resources remains higher than others during weak times.
This is intended to help you pass the Oracle Database 10g: Administration I exam;which will establish your credentials as an Oracle Database Administrator. The OCA certification is a prerequisite to obtaining the more comprehensive Oracle Certified Professional (OCP)certification and is the first step toward obtaining an Oracle Certified Master (OCM) certification. Using this and a database; you can acquire the necessary skills to pass the 1Z0-042 Oracle Database 10g: Administration I exam.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Oracle Database 10g Components and Architecture 1
Chapter 2 Creating and Controlling a Database 75
Chapter 3 Database Storage and Schema Objects 135
Chapter 4 Oracle Net Services 185
Chapter 5 Oracle Shared Server 269
Chapter 6 User Administration and Security 309
Chapter 7 Managing Data With SQL, PL/SQL, and Utilities 357
Chapter 8 Managing Consistency and Concurrency 401
Chapter 9 Proactive Database Maintenance and Performance Monitoring 431
Chapter 10 Implementing Database Backups 499
Chapter 11 Implementing Database Recovery 543
Glossary 587
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