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Oracle SQL *Loader: The Definitive Guide (Classique Us) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – April 2001


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Oracle SQL*Loader: The Definitive Guide certainly lives up to the promise of its title. What this book doesn't tell you about Oracle's high performance data loading utility is unlikely to be found elsewhere--from the possible permutations of command line syntax and options to the fine detail of what each option means.

This book serves both as an introduction to SQL*Loader and as an in-depth reference to its use and behaviour. Having said that, it's perhaps debatable whether the relatively straightforward SQL*Loader merits the treatment it receives here and it's likely that the single chapter coverage in the Oracle Utilities manual, or any number of Oracle DBA reference books, will suffice for the average or occasional SQL*Loader user.

However, it will be a useful addition to the bookshelf of the regular SQL*Loader user, or for those where getting the most out of SQL*Loader is an issue. --Michael O'Connor

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'Wow the title hits it bulls-eye - The Definitive Guide. - A humongous effort went into the book and the examples. It's another one for the desk, always to hand. Bravo Well Done" plomax@oriole.com

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Clearly information collected into one handy reference 30. Juni 2001
Von Mike Tarrani - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Although Oracle does a reasonable job of clearly explaining SQL*Loader, this guide takes it a giant leap forward. First it collects everything you ever needed or wanted to know about SQL*Loader into a 251 page reference. It's written in a friendlier fashion than Oracle's documentation, and with more examples that are better written. On the whole, this promotes a better understanding of SQL*Loader, its strengths and limitations, and will allow DBAs to master every facet and nuance of this powerful tool. Considering the damage that can be inflicted on a production database if SQL*Loader is improperly used, all DBAs who use this tool to load data (and who doesn't?) should read this book and have a copy on their desk.
Another use for this book is as a training aid for new DBAs and as the basis for database administration policies and procedures that spell out when and how to load data into a production system. It also contains a wealth of information that can be incorporated into change control implementation and rollback plans when massive updates need to be performed. I like the thorough treatment, the fact that it's up-to-date, and the advice and tips that are imparted throughout this book. It's definitely a good addition to your professional library.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Only marginally better than the Oracle documentation 14. März 2011
Von GeekPriest - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
It's no secret why anyone would seek out a book on SQL*Loader, considering that Oracle's documentation on SQL*Loader, even with 11g, is notably worse than their usual excellent standard.

This book shows promise, particularly in offering a much more logical flow than the official documentation. However, now that I've owned it for several years now, I have to admit that it has never once helped me solve a SQL*Loader problem.

Why? Its examples are trivial, being far too simple when compared to practical needs, and its explanations for some of the finer points of SQL*Loader are too thin. As a classic example, consider the authors' treatment of the WHEN clause in the SQL*Loader control file, pp 146-147, 149-150. Much of the first couple of pages mirrors the syntax diagrams and such from Oracle's documentation. Moving to the examples, one sees, for example a control file that tests for two conditions in order to load a record. But what about more than one set of conditions? How do we get around the lack of an "OR" test in the control file in order to test for multiple combinations that would all load to the SAME table? Nothing. What if you want to combine multiple file records into a single database row AND test AND transform, all at the same time? Examples of this sort would be invaluable, but, again, there's nothing.

There's no coverage of external tables (which were introduced in 9i, the latest version covered by the book), even though the syntax is rather similar, and external tables offer the ability to replace SQL*Loader in many cases.

Overall, I think I'm finally going to cull this one from my collection in favor of the Internet.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Comprehensive info on SQL Loader all in one place 19. Februar 2004
Von Aaron Ping - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I searched through several manuals and guides on Oracle only to discover that very few cover the SQL Loader tool in great detail. This book does so, and in a way that's fairly easy to read. It is a huge benefit over the sparse 2-3 pages of documentation you'll typically find elsewhere.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Start with this book and then go to the Oracle Docs 6. Juli 2003
Von Eric Y. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is the place to start if you want to know about SQL*Loader. The authors do a great job on covering how to use SQL*Loader and all the little nuances that it has. They also sprinkles in some good advise on how to handle situation that will probably come up when you use SQL*Loader. The back cover of the book indicates that it is updated for Oracle 9i. I have a little reservation about that because the book was written with an early release of Oracle 9i (it states so on page xii and xii).
Bottom line: start with this book for the easy read and clear explanations. Then go to the Oracle 9i doc for the updates like the Control File being expanded to include new parameters.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Comprehensive reference 2. September 2002
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Useful for both new and experienced Oracle DBAs and developers.
Initially, some co-workers scoffed, saying that the topic of SQL Loader does not need an entire book on the subject. However, after they looked at my copy, they changed their minds, and wanted to borrow it.
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