Oracle database is a collection of data treated as a unit. The purpose of a database is to store and retrieve related information.
It is a database commonly used for running online transaction processing (OLTP), data warehousing (DW) and mixed (OLTP & DW) database workloads. Oracle provides a range of industry-leading on-premises and cloud-based solutions to meet the data management requirements from small and medium sized businesses to large global enterprises. Visit Oracle database site for more information.
What you must know as a database developer?
- You need to know how to implement the specified functions for accessing and manipulating the application data.
- You need to know how to implement the rules for data integrity.
- You need to know how to implement the data model that the application requires.
You must remember that you can access an Oracle Database only through a client program, and that the SQL language is that client program’s interface to the Oracle Database.
You will learn how to access the Oracle Database by using two clients that are packaged with the Oracle Database and designed for developers: SQL Developer and SQL*Plus. Both allow you to issue the SQL statements you need in order to create and test your application’s database component without doing any client programming.
You can find more information and answers to below interesting facts and questions on Oracle database.
Some Interesting Facts!
- Difference between single quote and double quote in Oracle SQL? See article
- Understanding case sensitive and case insensitive in Oracle? See article
- What does structured really mean in SQL? See article
- Confused behavior with Date data types in Oracle? See article
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- Unique Key vs. Unique Index in Oracle?
- What is Deferred constraint in Oracle?
- Execution order of a SELECT statement in Oracle SQL?
- Procedure vs. Function in Oracle?