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    Unanswered: new to oracle

    hi friends,
    i don't have any knowledge about orace,can u please suggest me books for learning oracle.What is sql and mysql?.Should i learn sql and mysql before moving to oracle.

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    >Should i learn sql and mysql before moving to oracle.
    yes
    You can lead some folks to knowledge, but you can not make them think.
    The average person thinks he's above average!
    For most folks, they don't know, what they don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madhu001 View Post
    What is sql
    It's a query language to retrieve and change data in a relational database[/quote]
    and mysql?
    It's a relational database system, like Oracle
    Should i learn sql and mysql before moving to oracle.
    No need to learn MySQL before learning Oracle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madhu001 View Post
    hi friends,
    i don't have any knowledge about orace,can u please suggest me books for learning oracle.What is sql and mysql?.Should i learn sql and mysql before moving to oracle.
    no need just be concentrate topic wise and more hardworking that s enough to become oracle dba

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    Hey madhu001

    i think you are indian and new bie i m also new bie should we learn or concentrate together but i know oracle a little bit more then u want to contact me so tell me...

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    Read the documentation

    Oracle makes all of their documentation available here:

    Search and Download Oracle Database, Application Server, and Collaboration Suite Documentation

    I would strongly suggest that you read the concepts guide first -

    Contents

    Also some knowledge about relational theory (not specific to a product) wouldn't go amiss, I recommend:

    Practical Issues in Database management, by Fabian Pascal -

    Practical Issues in Database Management: Amazon.co.uk: Fabian Pascal: Books

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