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Oracle Data Pump

Guide to Oracle Data Pump
(Created 2008-05-05 | Last visit 2022-07-21 Report dead link Report dead link )


My name is Andrew Barry and Im an Oracle™ DBA, based in the United Kingdom.

This web-site is where I keep some of the scripts and procedures that Ive written over the years. Ive put them here so that I can get to them easily, but if you find any of them useful then please feel free to borrow them
(Created 2008-04-16 | Last visit 2022-07-20 Report dead link Report dead link )


Forgot that connection string ? You will find it right here.
(Created 2008-01-16 | Last visit 2022-07-20 Report dead link Report dead link )

Oracle one on one

The inspiration for the material contained in this book comes from my experiences developing Oracle software and working with fellow Oracle developers, helping them build reliable and robust applications based on the Oracle database. The book is basically a reflection of what I do everyday and of the issues I see people encountering each and every day. Robert Hanrahan.
(Created 2006-10-18 | Last visit 2022-07-20 Report dead link Report dead link )

Short Guide to install Oracle 9.2.0 on SUN Solaris 8

The following, short Installation Guide shows how to install Oracle 9.2.0 for SUN Solaris 8. You may download our scripts to create a database, we suggest this way and NOT using DBASSIST. Besides this scripts, you can download our SQLNET configuration files TNSNAMES.ORA. LISTENER.ORA and SQLNET.ORA.
(Created 2006-10-10 | Last visit 2022-08-03 Report dead link Report dead link )

Installing and Configuring Oracle Database 10g on the Solaris Platform

This paper will walk you through the steps of installing Oracle Database 10g release 1 (Oracle version 10.1.0) in a Sun Solaris SPARC environment. About 90% of the material presented here applies to other platforms as well. Everything you read in this paper is hands on, roll-up-your-sleeves-and-get-busy material for Oracle users who want to get an Oracle database up and running quickly without reading hundreds of pages of documentation and “readme” files.
(Created 2006-10-10 | Last visit 2022-08-05 Report dead link Report dead link )


A comparative UNIX system administration guide, covering AIX, FreeBSD, HP-UX, LINUX , Solaris & Tru64 commands, tasks, links and news.
(Created 2006-05-22 | Last visit 2022-07-20 Report dead link Report dead link )

PSOUG Morgan's Library Morgan Daniel Oracle SQL PL/SQL

The Puget Sound Oracle Users Group
(Created 2006-05-22 | Last visit 2022-07-20 Report dead link Report dead link )

Tizag Tutorials

Founded in August 2003, Tizag.com was created to be a stepping stone to the budding webmaster and a handy reference to the veteran developer
(Created 2006-05-19 | Last visit 2022-08-05 Report dead link Report dead link )

Oracle Database 10g Express Edition Tutorial!

This tutorial prepares the Oracle Database 10g Express Edition Developer to perform common development and administrative tasks of Oracle Database 10g Express Edition.
(Created 2006-04-29 | Last visit 2022-07-20 Report dead link Report dead link )

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