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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: oracle for beginners

    Hi everyone,

    I am newbee to oracle environment. To learning oracle which version of oracle (9i,10g or 11g) I have to start with and kindly recommend suitable books.

    Thanks & regards
    suresh

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    Oracle 10g Express Edition might be your first choice. As a beginner, check Getting Started and Most Popular sections of the Oracle 10g Documentation. Start with Concepts book to get familiar with Oracle architecture and certain terms; then, I believe you'll be interested in testing your first queries, so - read SQL Reference book, as well as SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference book as SQL*Plus will be a tool you'll use to communicate with the Oracle database.

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks your valuable advice, I am going to start with "oracle architecuture"

    Thanks & regards

    vssk

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    Thanks a lot.

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    hi amdawi,

    Go thro this pdf -Oracle Architecutre

    http://www.oracle.com/technology/tec...reOverview.pdf

    if you find any good study materails regarding oracle pl. email me.

    menonsureshmenon@rediffmail.com

    keep in touch

    suresh

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