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Oracle Database 11g Interactive Quick Reference

Posted by Harald van Breederode on November 24, 2010

Just a quick note about the Oracle Database 11g Interactive Quick Reference That was released today to the public. This Interactive Quick Reference, created by Oracle University and the Server Technology Curriculum group, is your Essential Guide to Oracle Database 11g Release 2. This interactive quick reference includes an architecture diagram, a comprehensive list of background processes and an extensive list of DBA views organized by product feature areas.

12 Responses to “Oracle Database 11g Interactive Quick Reference”

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  2. Aman.... said

    Thanks so much for sharing it Harald.


  3. Kevin Fries said

    Quite nice. Thanks for letting people know about it.

  4. Menco said

    Thanks for sharing. Now you’re not the creator of the quick reference program, but I would like to use it on my mac and linux box…

    • Harald van Breederode said

      Hi Menco,

      I asked the developers about this and they are working on a .SWF version and their intention is to have it posted by the end of next week.

  5. Simone Pedroso said

    Thanks for the tip Harald! I hope they also have a non-flash version. Cheers, Simone.

  6. Qui said

    Yo, Thanks Harald.

    Remind me of the earlier quick reference guide from Oracle version 7.
    Remember the little quick reference quide book from 7?hehe


    Qui Thai

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  8. Harald van Breederode said

    Dear All,

    As of today a .SWF version is also available on the landing pad that runs on non-Windows based machines.

    Hopefully all Linux, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX and MAC OS X users are happy again now ;-)

  9. KC said

    Nice, but I can’t find the V$ views.

    • Harald van Breederode said

      Hi KC,

      You can’t find them because they are simply not included ;-) Maybe they will be part of the next version if it becomes available.

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