Oracle9i Web Development, 2/e (Paperback)

Brad Brown

  • 出版商: McGraw-Hill Education
  • 出版日期: 2001-10-26
  • 定價: $1,800
  • 售價: 2.2$399
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 1120
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0072193883
  • ISBN-13: 9780072193886
  • 相關分類: Oracle
  • 立即出貨(限量) (庫存=6)



Build High-Performance Internet Applications

Deliver dynamic, scalable Web applications to anyone, anywhere, on any system using Oracle9i and the extensive information contained in this comprehensive resource. Oracle9i Web Development shows you, step-by-step, how to build and maintain robust Java, HTML, XML, WML, and PL/SQL servlets and applications. All of the powerful features of Oracle9i are covered--­­from Oracle Designer, Forms and Reports, Database, and Web Cache to all-new Java and wireless support, Real Application Clusters, iFS, data warehousing, and OLAP. Plus, youll get all the information you need for administering, indexing, troubleshooting, testing, and analyzing your Web site.

  • Install, configure, and maintain Oracle9i Application Server
  • Develop, deploy, and debug JSP, J2EE, XML, WML, and PL/SQL Web applications
  • Create flexible, scalable content with Oracle Designer and Oracle Forms and Reports
  • Integrate any kind of Web data using Oracle9iAS Portal, data warehousing, and iFS
  • Improve performance with Oracle Database Cache and Web Cache
  • Master Real Application Clusters, flashback queries, and Oracle personalizations
  • Implement Oracle9is built-in and toolkit commands, including UTL_HTTP, UTL_SMTP, DBMS_JOB, and OWA_UTIL
  • Build wireless-enabled applications using the XSLT Transformer, WML, and Oracle9iAS Wireless
  • Migrate existing PL/SQL-based applications to the Oracle9i environment
  • Bonus chapters online featuring coverage of Perl, PHP, and great web resources

Includes Security Chapter by Marlene Theriault, coauthor of Oracle Security Handbook

Covers Oracle Database Release 9i and Oracle9i Application Server


Bradley D. Brown is chairman of the board and chief architect of TUSC, an Inc. 500 full-service consulting company--with offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, and Milwaukee--specializing in Oracle consulting, training, and product. He has been involved with Information Technology consulting since 1982 with a focus on Oracle since 1987. Brad is recognized worldwide as a leading Oracle author and speaker and is affectionately known as The Dotcom of Web Technology. He is the author of Oracle Application Server Web Toolkit Reference and Oracle8i Web Development, both for Oracle Press.


   Part I: Getting Prepared
    Chapter 1: Architecture
    Chapter 2: Installation
    Chapter 3: i AS Configuration and Tuning
    Chapter 4: 24×7 Uptime
    Chapter 5: Disaster Planning

   Part II: Core Concepts
    Chapter 6: HTML Development
    Chapter 7: JavaScript Development
    Chapter 8: XML
    Chapter 9: Wireless Development
    Chapter 10: OAS to i AS Migration
    Chapter 11: Built-in PL/SQL Packages
    Chapter 12: Security

   Part III: Modules
    Chapter 13: Java
    Chapter 14: PL/SQL Module

   Part IV: Oracle Tools
    Chapter 15: Designer
    Chapter 16: Oracle9 i AS Portal
    Chapter 17: Oracle Developer¿ Forms and Reports
    Chapter 18: IFS¿Internet File System
    Chapter 19: Web and Database Caching
    Chapter 20: Oracle Enterprise Manager

   Part V: Ongoing Support
    Chapter 21: Troubleshooting
    Chapter 22: Debugging Your Code
    Chapter 23: Logging and Site Analysis
    Chapter 24: Search Engine Ranking Secrets
    Chapter 25: Oracle Text and Ultra Search
    Chapter 26: Load and Application Testing