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Firsttime i am vising your site, i am very happy to c you, and happy to get more information on SQL as well as PL/SQL.
Sir, the information you have provided is more understandable, and we still hoping the same Sir, thank you.
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If you just want to learn database management from a Java perspective, there is no reason to learn PL/SQL. However, if you want to learn database management from an oracle perspective, you must learn pl/sql. It really depends on what you want to do, code for databases, or code for Oracle.
Even though Oracle supports java in the datavase, PL/SQL gives you so much more control that I would say it is mandantory for anyone who truly wants to be an oracle expert.
i read your articles n it gave me a nice precise idea about oracle,sql n pl/sql.currently i’m doing my engineering n i know java well.right now i want to learn database management skills.but i have the following questions in my mind.hope u can help.
1.as java n pl/sql are so similar in nature, can i use my java knowledge through oracle for learning database management?
2.will it better than learning pl/sql in anyway?
3.n if yes then what exactly do i need to learn?
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I read your article and feedbacks.
I know the difference char, varchar and varchar2.
But be practical I understood first time with the help of Length() function.
Your explanation procedure is good and helpful.
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