Poll: Best book on Oracle Performance/Design/Architecture/Planning
I'm proposing this poll in the wake of all that scathing attack which I see some individuals are inflicting on the other "successful" knowledgeable individuals of the same community.
DBASupport.com is an independent forum where professionals come seeking answers to questions which bother them in day to day life and others who come in with the sheer will to learn more from other knowledgeable professionals.
So the poll is should a book be written on oracle database, which one would you choose? The poll will last for the coming 90 days. So keep them coming.
This is a honest poll about oracle(database enthusiasts). Idea is to get as many replies here.
So, WHICH BOOK WOULD YOU BUY?
Last edited by Tarry; 04-05-2005 at 03:16 PM.
I'm a JOLE(JavaOracleLinuxEnthusiast)
--- Everything was meant to be---
Can't tell you how the whole DB world looked. My little corner of it was flat file DB, using IBM's ISAM - I guess IOT is the nearest that Oracle has to that. I then spent many years with a network DB - hashed keys for direct access and chained records for the rest . . . (In those days table=file, row=record and column=field - it took me ages to change my vocabulary - I still slip occasionally) . . . . and we used Syncsort for FTS - fantatsic performance, if your files were aligned on cylinder boundaries!