Mastering Oracle Scheduler in Oracle 11g Databases
This is your practical guide to setting up a working environment and using Oracle Scheduler. Packed with simple examples and clear explanations, real-life scenarios are discussed to make you comfortable in implementing them in your own system. This book is intended for Administrators and Developers who currently use tools like cron, DBMS_JOB, and the task manager, but who now want more control or who have a need to scale up to tools that can handle the network. Complex tasks can be built that easily control business process and enable the completion of important tasks in limited time. The reader is expected to have some experience of Oracle Database Management, and a working knowledge of SQL and PL/SQL.
- Electronic book text | 240 pages
- 15 Jun 2009
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Ronald Rood
Ronald Rood has been an IT professional for over 20 years. His roots are in the Bull gcos8 mainframes where he played with assembly language until Oracle and UNIX came across his path. He eagerly joined the Oracle community and became a skilled innovating DBA and trouble shooter. Ronald's real power is in the combination of the rich UNIX world and Oracle. There is no such thing as a problem that can not be solved; it just might take a little time. Next to C, PRO*C, lots of scripting languages and - of course - PL/SQL, he also speaks Dutch, English, German, and some French. In his private time that he shares with his family with two children he likes to take an occasional dive (from the sky), fly radio controlled models, ride recumbent, and work as a volunteer for a local Water Scouts group. Currently Ronald is one of the Ciber oracle consultants in The Netherlands and cooperates in many projects for many large companies. Before writing this book Ronald wrote oracle related articles for the Dutch oracle user group magazine. On his blog you can find some short articles about various items, mostly oracle related. Ronald Rood has been interviewed by Oracle about Oracle Scheduler. Listen to it here here.