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Oracle Developer/2000 Handbook

by Robert J. Muller

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Written for high-end client/server programmers, this handbook examines Oracle's development suite of applications, Oracle Developer/2000. The author covers Oracle Forms, a report generator and a graphing utility. Beginning with the nuts and bolts of building applications, including a discussion of the application development "life cycle" and tips on organizing work to optimize success, the author then focuses on aspects of designing, prototyping and security techniques. He also covers implementing, testing and debugging. Deploying applications with other tools are also discussed in the final chapters of the book.

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