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Oracle Specialist Opening in Midwest [message #368686] Fri, 23 July 1999 17:36 Go to next message
Cheryl Hoffman
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Registered: July 1999
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Aren't you tired of sitting at your machine programming all day? Our Oracle Specialist leads a much more challenging life. At Artesyn you have the opportunity to support and maintain the Oracle relational database and ERP systems as well as analyze, design and deliver
new IS business solutions for end users. You'll need prior experience in Oracle development tools and business systems analysis (i.e., install patches, administer security of Oracle software, etc.) IS experience in a manufacturing environment strongly preferred. JAVA experience is a plus.

We are a Madison-based high tech electronic engineering designer of quality, high-performance modular hardware and software for communication suppliers of worldwide teledata networks. Our products can be found in switching systems, transmission systems and wireless infrastructure, training and simulation, printer controls and medical systems. ISO-9001 certified.

We offer a casual work environment, relocation and great benefits in the #1 ranked "Best City to Live in the USA"!
Re: Oracle Specialist Opening in Midwest [message #368689 is a reply to message #368686] Tue, 03 August 1999 09:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
m a sivan
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Registered: July 1999
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5 and half years It experience. Very strong in SQL,PL/SQL Pro*C and ORACLE architecture and technologies. Very strong in UNIX, C,C++ SQL Plus and middle-tier Tuxedo, also exposed to Oracle 8.

Visa Status - H1
Re: Oracle Specialist Opening in Midwest [message #369000 is a reply to message #368686] Fri, 18 August 2000 03:59 Go to previous message
narsu
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Registered: August 2000
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I have a table named Country which contains the following columns ISO_2_digit, ISO_3_digit. Values of these fields contains special characters. Could you please tell me how to read these values.
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