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good book for JDBC and Oracle 10g

 
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i am lookin for any good book for Oracle 10g and JDBC. if combined is not available then please suggest me for Oracle 10g.
 
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Hasan,
An excellent book for Oracle 10g is OReilly's book.
 
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thanks Jeanne for your reply. someone also suggested me
Oracle Database 10g: The Complete Reference (Osborne ORACLE Press Series) by Kevin Loney

basically i am a JAVA developer, i want to learn Oracle 10g and i will be using it in JDBC

now i have 2 choice, please suggest one;
thanks for reply.
 
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Just to confuse you, here is a third choice:

http://www.javaranch.com/bunkhouse/SQL.jsp#159059407X
 
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no problem. I will be buying just one which book, but which one i dont know.

experts please tell me which one.
 
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Before spending any money, check out the free documentation provided by Oracle. You can download all of it

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cds/B19306_01.zip

or browse it on-line.

http://www.oracle.com/pls/db102/homepage

JDBC is here

http://www.oracle.com/pls/db102/to_toc?pathname=java.102%2Fb14355%2Ftoc.htm&remark=portal+%28Application+development%29

The documentation set can be a bit dry, and very voluminous, so if you want a book to ease you into it then try the 10g Complete Reference.
[ December 11, 2006: Message edited by: Chris Hendy ]
 
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I've read the book Chris suggested; in fact I wrote that review. If I was only buying one book, I would go with a book that just covered Oracle. Mainly because I like to try to avoid Oracle specific features. If you plan on writing stored procedures or otherwise tying yourself into Oracle, that is the book to choose though.

I haven't read The Complete Reference, so I can't compare either book to that.
 
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