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    9i developer OCP text books

    not sure if this is the best forum for this question but what are the best books for learning pl/sql and for helping to pass the exams for the 9i developer OCP?

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    If you are a member of an OPN company, or if you have paid for an individual membership, your best bet is to use the online Oracle University material.
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    Re: 9i developer OCP text books

    Originally posted by pitman
    not sure if this is the best forum for this question but what are the best books for learning pl/sql and for helping to pass the exams for the 9i developer OCP?
    Are you talking about the upgrade?
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    If you are a member of an OPN company, or if you have paid for an individual membership, your best bet is to use the online Oracle University material.
    unfortunately, i'm not a member.


    Are you talking about the upgrade?
    nope. i've passed the intro to sql exam and wanted to go on and do the two developer exams. i know sybex and oracle press have published books specifically for each course of the 9i DBA OCP but cant find anything similar with the developer path.

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    can anyone one help?

    also, i'd be kinda interested to know why this was thread was deleted from the development forum? would an admin mind moving it back. i'm just trying to get some info.....

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    Why do you think this belongs in the development forum when it is clearly OCP related? Also, don't ping your own thread.
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    Originally posted by marist89
    Why do you think this belongs in the development forum when it is clearly OCP related? Also, don't ping your own thread.
    because i didnt get an answer here. i thought maybe the developers didnt browse this forum.

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    Originally posted by pitman
    because i didnt get an answer here. i thought maybe the developers didnt browse this forum.
    So you believe we should put posts about politics in the Database Administation forum?
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    ok. maybe i should re-phrase the question to......

    .....what are the best books for learning pl/sql for oracle 9i?

    can that go into the developers forum?

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    Learning PL/SQL and developer skills is somewhat different than learning what it takes to pass the developer OCP exams. The best books/material to use for those exams is the Oracle course material itself. That is why I referred you to Oracle online university (iLearning). You can also try iSelfSchooling e-Books (typically available on eBay), but also at http://www.iselfschooling.com/.


    For books (publisher, title), go to bookpool.com for the best online prices.

    Prentice Hall, Oracle PL/SQL
    O'Reilly, Oracle PL/SQL Programming (and variations thereof)
    Prentice Hall, Oracle Forms
    Prentice Hall, Oracle Developer 2000 Handbook
    Prentice Hall, Oracle Forms Developer Handbook
    And nothing like installing Forms and getting your hands dirty.
    Last edited by stecal; 09-10-2004 at 06:26 PM.

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