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  • Taschenbuch: 272 Seiten
  • Verlag: McGraw-Hill; Auflage: 1st (2004)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0070587779
  • ISBN-13: 978-0070587779
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1 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von pewis am 21. März 2005
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This is the first book on Oracle 10g New Features that was out from Oracle Press. It only gives a condensed overview of the topic, so for OCP exam preparation or for a deeper coverage of the new features you should rather turn to Sam R. Alapati's book. I would recommend Freeman's book as a supplement to Alapati as it covers some features which are not part of the OCP exam. It also contains some very useful comments by Jonatan Lewis.
As usual for books like this the binding is so poor, that my copy started to fall apart after I read a few chapters.
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Salt and pepper 28. Juli 2004
Von Ales Kavsek - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Since I possess Mr. Freeman's previous book (Oracle9i New Features) I pretty much knew what to expect from his new title, Oracle 10g New Features; concise explanations of major new Oracle features on two hundred-plus pages, with more or less clear examples and short comments. On top of that, I found a good commentary by Jonathan Lewis throughout the book - they (authors) really fit together, like salt (Robert) and pepper (Jonathan). Sure, some new features are great and some (at least) looks good on paper - now, at this point, you'll usually find Jonathan comment on the topic with his reservation and/or recommendation about the feature or concept. Well-done Jonathan!

Is this book a complete guide to all Oracle10g new features? Of course not! Nevertheless, I'm afraid, that you don't have much of the choice either, since official new feature guide from Oracle is even skimpiness (on the other hand it's good for on-line searching, plus, it provides some information for developers that you'll not find in this book!). Don't know for any alternative book of the comparable size and topic at the time of writing this review.

It's true that a few times author "shamelessly" points out that the topic is out of the scope of the book and refer the reader to the Oracle documentation set. I don't take this as an excuse - it's by the 'design', you can't cover everything on 200+ pages. This book is not a tutorial, nor complete reference for *all* of the little tweaks coded in 10g - you'll have do dip in many other sources as well and on your own!

Who should read this book? If you're already familiar with Oracle 9i release hen this book is certainly a worthwhile investment, if you're searching for OCP 10g preparation guide, then continue searching, finally, if you're by some chance a complete Oracle newbie (DBA or developer) you probably already know by now that this is not the book to start with. Cheers!
6 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great reference for upgrading to Oracle 10G 30. März 2004
Von Andrew Oppel - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is an excellent reference of the new features in Oracle 10G. Not only does the book provide an introduction to grid computing (the "g" in "10g"), but it also offers excellent practical advice and sidebar tips and comments by Jonathan Lewis. All the major new features such as the SYSAUX tablespace and automatic statistics collection are covered with clear examples on how to use them.
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Robert Freeman is THE MAN! 14. April 2004
Von Fan O'Freeman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Many thanks to Robert Freeman for (once again) producing a book that we can _ACTUALLY_ _USE_.
Its great reading for any of us wanting to know what the new release is capable of in easy to understand language that novice and expert alike can appreciate. For the novice reader, it introduces 10g's new capabilities that they may enjoy evaluating before migrating. For the more experienced reader, this book offers a wealth of specifics to answer the question, "What's Larry got us doing this time?".
I particularly enjoy the presentation style for some of the newer features, especially those with examples. This is helpful for those of us that, with experience, have become _habitual_ in doing certain everyday tasks. I intend to reference this book often when evaluating, implementing, and everyday usage of 10g.
Robert, again, your writing is indeed an inspiration. Without books of your writing style, our craft would indeed be bland. Also, thanks for keeping the Windows/UNIX/Linux specifics to a minimum, and dedicating the bulk to Oracle Server. Please, keep them coming!!!
Finally, I really do enjoy the tips from Jonathan Lewis, they are insightful for the "Oh, cool!" and the "Gotcha!" alike. I've admired Jonathan Lewis' work for some time now, his "Practical" approach is always welcome. While my early understanding of 10g was that it essentially turns what we've previously come to know about Oracle Internals upside down, it was great to read some of the details from two men who KNOW.
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Only for a First Overview 18. März 2005
Von pewis - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is the first book on Oracle 10g New Features that was out from Oracle Press. It only gives a condensed overview of the topic, so for OCP exam preparation or for a deeper coverage of the new features you should rather turn to Sam R. Alapati's book. I would recommend Freeman's book as a supplement to Alapati as it covers some features which are not part of the OCP exam. It also contains some very useful comments by Jonatan Lewis.

As usual for books like this the binding is so poor, that my copy started to fall apart after I read a few chapters.
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A must have for Oracle DBAs!!! 8. April 2004
Von Brian S. Peasland - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Robert Freeman has done it again! Every time Oracle introduces a new major release of their database, it is full of tons of new features that DBAs will want to exploit. For the Oracle 9i database, Robert was right there with all of the new features expressed in a clear, consice manner. And with Oracle's new 10g version, Robert is once again on the heels of the software release with his New Features book. If you know Oracle and are excited about learning all the new features that 10g will bring to you, then this is a must have book. With his usual style of getting right to the point, you will be able to start using the 10g database to its fullest after you've read this book. Where the topic is too broad to cover in much detail, Robert leaves you with the energy and drive to learn more. This 10g New Features book is your one-stop-shop to learning more about all the new features that 10g brings to the table.
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