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Creating a Database in Oracle 9i

Every wondered how the Oracle database is structured? To learn more about the structure and how one would create an Oracle 9i database using the latest features read this article.

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By: Ben Shepherd
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April 11, 2003
  1. · Creating a Database in Oracle 9i
  2. · How Data is Stored
  3. · Create a Database

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Creating a Database in Oracle 9i
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When creating a database, the main concept is to know how the database is structured in Oracle 9i. You should be aware that ever since the release of Oracle 8i, the Oracle database support object orientated structures. This means that Oracle supports abstract data types and methods.

If you are new to Oracle, then perhaps you are unclear on how data is stored and what files are included internally and externally. With this article you will be clear about how to create a database using Oracle 9iís latest features.

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