Can anyone tell me if the paper is alright, being structured as it follows:
I start with Oracle Components Overview - Logical Storage Structures, Tablespaces, Segments, Extents, DB Blocks, Schemas, then Physical Storage Structures, Datafiles, Redo Log Files, Control files, Oracle Memory Structures, System Global Area, the different Buffers, Writers.
Then I talk about the Basic Data Structures - Tables, Views, Indexes, B-Trees, Reverse key indexes, Bitmap indexes, Function-based indexes.
Then is the Oracle Datatype, then Designing a Database - defying entities, relationships between the entities, normalization and the 3normal forms, then I talk about the different statements and the ways to create, modify and work with the databases using SQL. Then I talk about all the different types of constraints and the transactions.
It's a rather summarizing topic... and I'm not sure if I haven't put something that is not necessary or that I might have missed something...