PowerShell provides a rich, object-oriented scripting language that can be used to perform a number of Oracle database tasks. It can be harnessed to automate manual tasks in graphical database management systems or go beyond what can be done in Oracle-only command line shells.
Oracle and PowerShell will walk you through scripting a number of common Oracle database tasks with real-world code examples and detailed explanations so you can automate operations without manual labor or writing custom utility applications.
This book will start with accessing Oracle and retrieving and modifying data, and will build up to more involved operations, building a reusable script library along the way.
You will also see how to execute and modify database procedures from PowerShell, run unattended, scheduled scripts, and automate database deployments using Oracle command line tools from PowerShell. Finally you will learn how to tap into a powerful library in Oracle's Developer Tools and visualize Oracle data using Microsoft's Charting library.
In the Oracle Database and PowerShell How-to you'll learn all the major building blocks for automating Oracle database tasks using Microsoft's rich scripting language.
Filled with practical, step-by-step instructions and clear explanations for the most important and useful tasks. Get the job done and learn as you go. This How-To guide is full of hands-on examples to get your databases automated in no time, with easy to follow code that will prove useful time and time again.
Who this book is for
If you are a .NET developer using an Oracle Database or a regular Oracle Database user this book is full of helpful hints and tricks to automate Oracle Databases with Powershell.
About the Author
Geoffrey Hudik is a developer with 14 years of experience. He has worked with a variety of companies including Alltel Information Services, JPMorgan Chase, TeamHealth, and Eventbooking.com. These days, he mostly works with C#, ASP.NET MVC and web technologies, Windows development, CTI, XAML, Oracle, SQL Server, PowerShell, Kinect, and mobile technologies including Windows Phone and iOS. He records his thoughts on his blog at http://geoffhudik.com/tech and on Twitter (@thnk2wn).