Working With Oracle on Windows: Part 3 (Page 1 of 4 )
In the previous article, you were given you a rough idea of the design and development issues that are involved in creating a database in Oracle 9i. You learnt about built-in data types available in the Oracle 9i language. Also discussed were user defined object schemas. Covered in Part 1 on this series was how to configure both PHP and Apache configuration files such that they could communicate with an Oracle database.
This article will go into the select statement in a depth that will not confuse you in any way what so ever. But before this we will create a database administrator the will have the privileges to perform the database maintaince for this series. This will just enough information to get you on your feet and ready to create useful databases ready for your application.