- Taschenbuch: 424 Seiten
- Verlag: Packt Publishing (16. Mai 2011)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1849683441
- ISBN-13: 978-1849683449
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 2,4 x 23,5 cm
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Oracle Warehouse Builder 11g R2: Getting Started 2011 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 16. Mai 2011
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Bob Griesemer has over 27 years of software and database engineering/DBA experience in both government and industry, solving database problems, designing and loading data warehouses, developing code, leading teams of developers, and satisfying customers. He has been working in various roles involving database development and administration with the Oracle Database with every release since Version 6 of the database from 1993 to the present. He has also been performing various tasks, including data warehouse design and implementation, administration, backup and recovery, development of Perl code for web-based database access, writing Java code utilizing JDBC, migrating legacy databases to Oracle, and developing Developer/2000 Oracle Forms applications. He is currently an Oracle Database Administrator Certified Associate, and is employed by the Northrop Grumman Corporation, where he is currently a Senior Database Analyst on a large data warehouse project.
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First I think two areas are missing: Control Flows and Parameters. Of course you can always this to be beyond the scope of a "Getting Started" Book, but in 15 years DWH projects I have not seen an environment where you can get by without this.
Secondly the Kindle Edition: I like EBooks, I like the Kindle app and the flexibilty across a wide range of platforms. I have not purchased Hardcopies of Fiction for years. However it's different with non fiction particularly programming / development guides like this one. Working on WIndows Client Software, Kindle Software runs in App Mode, so I would need multiple Monitors to look at Book and OWB client side by side (possibly there are ways to install Kindle Software on Windows 8 as a windowed application, but I don't know how). In addition, Illustrations in the book cannot be zoomed (haven't found any stting to scale them - as a result on a 24" 4k Screen they are tiny). The upside for technical books on Kindle is the search and that you get to put in nannotations - however both of these are much more useful in reference books as opposed to a getting started guide such as this, which you tend to work through front to back ...
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However, you can learn more and more... from this book. Because You will get idea for designing the Target Structure(Data warehouse design, Dimensional design and ..), ETL, Using more with OWB(validating,generating,deploying and executing objects) and Extra Features. When you read this book finish, You will understand Data Warehousing and be able to use Oracle Warehouse Builder.