Oracle Scratchpad

November 22, 2011

IOTs

Filed under: Infrastructure,IOT,Oracle — Jonathan Lewis @ 9:51 am BST Nov 22,2011

That’s Index Organized Tables, of course. Searching back through my blog I find that I’ve only written one article about IOTs- although I’m very keen on taking advantage of them, and have made a few references to them in other articles. Rather than addressing this oversight myself, I thought I’d direct you to a series on IOTs by Martin Widlake.

Updated Feb 2014 with another worthwhile catalogue of articles

Richard Foote’s array of articles on IOTs

4 Comments »

  1. Thanks for the mention Jonathan. I started the series partly because neither yourself or “the king of indexes” Richard Foote had blogged much about them. I think I might eventually get to post 10 or 12 on the subject…

    Comment by mwidlake — November 22, 2011 @ 10:02 am BST Nov 22,2011 | Reply

    • Martin,

      I’ll be looking forward to reading the next lot.
      If you want to add a comment here each time you publish one I’ll add it to the list.

      Comment by Jonathan Lewis — November 23, 2011 @ 7:42 am BST Nov 23,2011 | Reply

  2. […] just added a catalogue of Richard Foote’s articles on IOTs to the list I made a couple of years ago of Martin Widlake’s articles, so this is just a temporary note to point people to the updated […]

    Pingback by IOT Catalogue | Oracle Scratchpad — February 9, 2014 @ 6:52 pm BST Feb 9,2014 | Reply

  3. Jonathan,

    thank you for adding the second list: now I finally have the one single link to answer all IOT questions I get.

    Comment by Martin Preiss — February 10, 2014 @ 9:23 pm BST Feb 10,2014 | Reply


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