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PL/SQL Fundamentals Part 2

In the last session , we have seen a brief about relational database model and a table structure. Let us see the database maintenance language called SQL in this chapter. SQL is English like data base query language initially developed by Donald D Chamberlin and Raymond Boyce to manipulate data in IBM’s database called System R. Foreseeing the scope of …

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PL/SQL Fundamentals

In my last article we were discussing about a few points related to the origin of the computer era. In this lesson, we will talk about database management systems, query language and the procedure based programming. Any application software picks data from its database. A database can be defined as a collection of processed data arranged in two-dimensional tables ( …

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NAT with Port forwarding on Sun Oracle Virtual box

In a Guest OS with NAT network, out going traffic will show the host IP address. we use this mainly for access something form the guest OS. But some times we want to access the guest OS from the network. Normal case this is not possible and will reach only up to the Host server. It is possible through a …

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