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Oracle Database 11g Express Edition Tutorial Series

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  • Oracle Database 11g Express Edition (Oracle Database XE) is an entry-level, small-footprint database based on the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 code base.  It's free to develop, deploy, and distribute; fast to download; and simple to administer.

    This series teaches you how to use the Oracle Database Express Edition.

  • 01-Dec-11
  • Anupama Mandya

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20-OCT-2011 18 mins

Learn to Use Oracle Database 11g Express Edition - Part 1

In this tutorial, you learn how to use the Oracle Express Edition database.

12-DEC-2011 40 mins

Learn to Use Oracle Database 11g Express Edition - Part 2a

In this tutorial, you learn how to use Express Edition to create and use database objects.

30-JAN-2012 60 mins

Learn to Use Oracle Database 11g Express Edition - Part 2b

In this tutorial, you learn how to use Express Edition to access, query, and manipulate data in the Express Edition database.

10-JAN-2012

Learn to Use Oracle Database 11g Express Edition - Part 3a

In this section of the tutorial, you learn how to how to use PL/SQL in the Oracle Express Edition. You learn about PL/SQL anonymous blocks, stored procedures, stored functions, and stored packages.

10-JAN-2012 35 mins

Learn to Use Oracle Database 11g Express Edition - Part 3b

In this tutorial, you learn how to perform administration tasks in Oracle Database Express Edition.

30-JAN-2012 38 mins

Learn to Use Oracle Database 11g Express Edition - Part 4

In this section of the tutorial, you learn how to how to build an application using Oracle Application Express. Java, .NET and PHP approaches are covered.

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markminn 1.5 years ago
<p> This series is for everyone. There are a few gems in these tutorials for everyone. I&#39;m glad to finally have discovered how to encapsulate data and hide details within packages. Learned how to create private data members, private functions and&nbsp; private procedures within a package. I&#39;ll share the &quot;secret&quot;: Just leave those items out of the package specification. Put them in the package body only. So simple!</p> <p> The interface is not bad, but I wonder if it&#39;s easy to author and publish presentations using this tool. Is that an Oracle technology?</p> <p> Well done, A.</p>
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