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Introduction to Oracle9i: SQL

Student Guide • Volume 1

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40049GC11
Production 1.1
October 2001
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Authors

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Priya Nathan

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Publisher

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Contents

Preface
Curriculum MapIntroduction
Objectives I-2
Oracle9i I-3
Oracle9i Application Server I-5
Oracle9i Database I-6
Relational and Object Relational Database Management System I-7
Oracle Internet Platform I-8
System Development Life Cycle I-9
Data Storage on Different Media I-11
Relational Database Concept I-12
Definition of a Relational Database I-13
Data Models I-14
Entity Relationship Model I-15
EntityRelationship Modeling Conventions I-16
Relating Multiple Tables I-18
Relational Database Terminology I-19
Relational Database Properties I-20
Communicating with a RDBMS Using SQL I-21
Relational Database Management System I-22
SQL Statements I-23
Tables Used in the Course I-24
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Writing Basic SQL SELECT Statements
Objectives 1-2
Capabilities of SQL SELECT Statements1-3
Basic SELECT Statement 1-4
Selecting All Columns 1-5
Selecting Specific Columns 1-6
Writing SQL Statements 1-7
Column Heading Defaults 1-8
Arithmetic Expressions 1-9
Using Arithmetic Operators 1-10
Operator Precedence 1-11
Using Parentheses 1-13
Defining a Null Value 1-14
Null Values in Arithmetic Expressions 1-15
Defining a Column Alias 1-16
Using Column Aliases 1-17...
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