Outsourcing Project with Optimiza and TNB based in Palestine. Working with Oracle databases SQL and PLSQL Programming. Updating modules and Packages (Stored Procedures, Functions, Triggers, Cursors and views)

Essential Tasks

Oracle 10G SQL and PLSQL.

  • Develop Internet banking module (SQL packages).
  • System customization (Packages, Database Objects).
  • Problem solving, SQL queries enhancement.
  • Building XML Oracle 10G reports.

Oracle Database (commonly referred to as Oracle DBMS or simply as Oracle) is a multi-model[4] database management system produced and marketed by Oracle Corporation.

Oracle 10G

It is a database commonly used for running online transaction processing (OLTP), data warehousing (DW) and mixed (OLTP & DW) database workloads. Oracle Database is available by several service providers on-premon-cloud, or as hybrid cloud installation. It may be run on third party servers as well as on Oracle hardware (Exadata on-prem, on Oracle Cloud or at Cloud at Customer )

Larry Ellison and his two friends and former co-workers, Bob Miner and Ed Oates, started a consultancy called Software Development Laboratories (SDL) in 1977. SDL developed the original version of the Oracle software. The name Oracle comes from the code-name of a CIA-funded project Ellison had worked on while formerly employed by Ampex.


Oracle products follow a custom release-numbering and -naming convention. The “c” in the current release, Oracle Database 21c, stands for “Cloud”. Previous releases (e.g. Oracle Database 10g and Oracle9i Database) have used suffixes of “g” and “i” which stand for “Grid” and “Internet” respectively. Prior to the release of Oracle8i Database, no suffixes featured in Oracle Database naming conventions. Note that there was no v1 of Oracle Database, as co-founder Larry Ellison “knew no one would want to buy version 1″/

In the market for relational databases, Oracle Database competes against commercial products such as IBM’s DB2 UDB and Microsoft SQL Server. Oracle and IBM tend to battle for the mid-range database market on Unix and Linux platforms, while Microsoft dominates the mid-range database market on Microsoft Windows platforms. However, since they share many of the same customers, Oracle and IBM tend to support each other’s products in many middleware and application categories (for example: WebSpherePeopleSoft, and Siebel Systems CRM), and IBM’s hardware divisions work closely[citation needed] with Oracle on performance-optimizing server-technologies (for example, Linux on IBM Z). Niche commercial competitors include Teradata (in data warehousing and business intelligence), Software AG’s ADABASSybase, and IBM’s Informix, among many others.

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