Oracle HTML DB Handbook / Edition 1

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Overview

Develop and Deploy Fast, Secure Web Applications

Even if you have limited programming experience, you can develop and deploy professional-quality applications using Oracle's new rapid web application development tool. Oracle HTML DB Handbook shows you how to quickly create secure and scalable web applications that can be instantly deployed. Learn how you can consolidate spreadsheets and desktop databases into an Oracle Database and share your applications over the web. You'll also get details on administration and security. Real-world sample projects get you started using Oracle HTML DB right away.

  • Install and configure Oracle HTML DB
  • Work with Oracle database objects using SQL Workshop
  • Create, review, edit, run and delete application elements with the HTML DB Application Builder
  • Work with themes and templates
  • Create, edit, and delete HTML DB pages
  • Work with reports and process forms
  • Implement navigational elements in applications
  • Administer and manage applications and users
  • Add computations, processes, and validations to applications
  • Implement HTML DB security measures
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072257687
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/28/2006
  • Series: Oracle Press Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 486
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.05 (d)

Meet the Author

Larry Linnemeyer (Grand Junction, CO) is a Technical Management Consultant with TUSC, winner of the 2004 Oracle Partner Solution of the Year Award for Application Server. He has been involved with Information Technology on and off since receiving a degree in Software Engineering from Mesa State in his hometown of Grand Junction, Colorado in 1986. Larry first started with Oracle technologies as a Systems Automation Officer with the US Army in 1996. He has been with TUSC's Denver office since 1998, specializing in custom application development with Oracle technologies including HTML DB, Forms, Reports, JDeveloper, PL/SQL Server Pages, Portal, Discoverer and Designer.

Bradley D. Brown (Lakewood, CO) is chairman of the board, chief architect and co-founder of TUSC. Brad is recognized globally as an expert in Web technology. Brad is a regular Keynote speaker and presenter at both local and national user groups and conferences. Brad's well established in the publishing industry, as author of several Oracle Press titles, and he's regularly featured in Oracle Magazine. Brad's vast experience and expertise have earned him roles as chief information officer of Open Access Broadband Networks and board member for Lantech Inc., Colorado Uplift and Cactus Strategies. He's currently on boarding chairperson for the Colorado chapter of the Young Presidents Organization after having previously served as its education chairperson.

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Table of Contents

1 An introduction to HTML DB 3
2 Installing HTML DB 23
3 Using the SQL workshops 35
4 Using the application builder 69
5 Creating and running applications 93
6 Working with themes and templates 127
7 Using the application utilities 151
8 Building Web pages 173
9 Working with reports 205
10 Defining and processing forms 233
11 Navigating between pages 267
12 Building other components 297
13 Adding computations, processes, and validations 315
14 Building an event scheduling application 333
15 Building a test administering application 351
16 Security 371
17 Administration functions 391
18 Tips and techniques 415
19 Best practices 429
App. A The HTML DB packages, procedures, functions, and views 437
App. B PL/SQL Web toolkit and packages 451
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