This is your complete reference to Oracle Portal -- the next generation release of Oracle WebDB, which provides a secure and manageable framework for delivering access to distributed software services and information resources.
Oracle9iAS Portal Bible shows you how to use Oracle Portal to build and deploy enterprise portals. Tthis book is for experienced Oracle users, developers, and database administrators looking for a more efficient means for delivering data to employees and customers over a web-based network. The book includes a complete and in-depth exploration of the various components of Oracle Portal and also shows you how to use the SiteBuilder component of Oracle Portal to create and manage Web sites. You'l learn how to create and deploy portlets and understand how to use the portlet API to extend the functionality of their components. Other topics covered in the book are integrating Oracle Portal's functions with those of legacy applications; administering completed web applications using built-in management and performance monitoring functions; and creating, integrating, and customizing portlets. Plus, Oracle9iAS Portal Bible includes a CD with all source code from the book as well as a complete sample Oracle database.
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Oracle databases have long handled the publicly invisible task of managing large corporate data stores. With the release of Oracle 9iAS Portal, the company has made it much easier to securely share the contents of data warehouses with appropriate audiences. You can, for example, use Portal to give suppliers Web access to inventory levels of parts they supply to your organization, while preventing them from seeing the price you're paying other suppliers of the same thing. Oracle 9iAS Portal Bible takes the approach typical of the Bible series. It comprehensively documents the features of its eponymous software package, giving its readers familiarity with the terms and procedures they need to understand in order to get useful work done.
A quick glance at this book reveals an elaborate mix of information-presentation techniques. Procedures, complete with numbered steps, intermingle with bulleted lists that document options, and tables that explain alternative parameters that may be used in code to achieve different effects. The result is a guide that's handy for getting your initial familiarity with Portal (you can just follow the steps without deviation) as well as for reference when you're more expert (you can use the index to locate the tables and facts you need to see in order to solve problems). Read this one if you need to build Portal applications and don't have time for training. --David Wall
Topics covered: The capabilities of Oracle 9iAS Portal, explained for the benefit of administrators and application developers. Installation, setup of simple and complex portals, reporting, charts, forms, and Web accessibility are all covered.From the Back Cover:
If Oracle9iAS Portal can do it, you can do it too ... Oracle's revamped, browser-based technology for information portals delivers everything you need to create a complete information portal, which can include forms, charts, reports, content collections, and a variety of information from the Web. And this authoritative reference provides all the information you need to master portlet creation, database browsing, application development, component management, performance monitoring, and the other capabilities of Portal. Written by two veteran database developers, this encyclopedic guide will help you extend the rich functionality of Portal - and create powerful, easy-to-use information retrieval and reporting systems for companies and their customers. Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Oracle9iAS Portal
* Understand Portal basics - components, content areas, portlets, and portal pages
* Create sophisticated Portal applications
* Build in menus, links, consistency, and data validation
* Integrate existing PL/SQL logic into a Portal application
* Design reporting components, including forms, charts, and calendars
* Deploy, administer, and secure a Portal site
* Program your own custom portlets and portlet provider
* All source code from the book
* A complete sample database
* PS/SQL Developer trial version, SWiSH demo, and Cookie Pal freeware
* A searchable e-version of the book
www.hungryminds.com System Requirements: Windows NT SP3 or higher, 64MB RAM, 600MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive, Oracle9iAS
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Descrizione libro Wiley, 2001. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0764547496
Descrizione libro Condizione libro: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Codice libro della libreria 97807645474921.0
Descrizione libro John Wiley & Sons. Condizione libro: New. pp. 984. Codice libro della libreria 7598298