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Starting and Stopping an Oracle Database Instance

A Starting and Stopping an Oracle Database Instance You may need to frequently stop and restart the database. To start an Oracle Database Instance: From the Start button, select Programs, then Administrative Tools, then Services, and select OracleServiceDatabaseName where DatabaseName is the service_name of the database as indicated in the tnsnames.ora file. See "Configuring a NET Connect Alias" for further...

Using PL/SQL Stored Procedures and REF CURSORs

6 Using PL/SQL Stored Procedures and REF CURSORs This chapter contains: Introduction to PL/SQL Stored Procedures Introduction to PL/SQL Packages and Package Bodies Introduction to REF CURSORs Creating a PL/SQL Stored Procedure that Uses REF CURSORs Modifying an ODP.NET Application to Run Stored Procedures Running a PL/SQL Stored Procedure Using an ODP.NET Application Introduction to PL/SQL Stored Procedures A...

Copying a Form

B Copying a Form Because you will be using this application to learn about various aspects of application development with Oracle, you should make copies of your form for reuse. To create a copy of an existing form: In the Solution Explorer, right-click on Form1.xx or any other file you need to copy. Select Copy. If Form1.xx does not appear in the Solution Explorer, from the Project menu, select Show All Files....

Oracle® Database

Oracle® Database 2 Day + .NET Developer's Guide 11g Release 2 (11.2) E10767-01 August 2009 Oracle Database 2 Day + .NET Developer's Guide, 11g Release 2 (11.2) E10767-01 Copyright © 2006, 2009, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Primary Authors: Janis Greenberg, Roza Leyderman Contributing Authors:  John Paul Cook, Mark Williams Contributors: Alex Keh, Christian Shay This software and related...

Retrieving and Updating with Oracle Data Provider for .NET

4 Retrieving and Updating with Oracle Data Provider for .NET This chapter contains: Using the Command Object Retrieving Data: a Simple Query Retrieving Data: Bind Variables Retrieving Data: Multiple Values Using the DataSet Class with Oracle Data Provider for .NET Enabling Updates to the Database Inserting, Deleting, and Updating Data Using the Command Object To view, edit, insert or delete data in a database, you...

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