Oracle is a RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) created by Oracle Corporation. It supports a large number of languages and application development frameworks. Its primary languages are SQL, PL/SQL and Java. Also included is support for C (Pro*C, OCI and EXTPROC), C++ (OCCI) and Java (JDBC) for client applications. Other "official" languages such as COBOL are licensed seperately. Some languages, e.g. Python base their Oracle support on its C API.
Oracle is a relational DBMS (Database Management System) created by Oracle Corporation. It supports a large number of languages and application development frameworks. Its primary languages are SQL, PL/SQL and Java. When asking a question with the oracle tag, please be sure to include the full version number, (i.e., 10.2.0.5, 184.108.40.206), in addition the relevant version-related tags described below.
Oracle makes plethora of documentation available at http://docs.oracle.com.
Questions about SQL should be tagged sql. If the question applies to an Oracle database it should probably also be tagged oracle.
Questions about PL/SQL should be tagged plsql as well as oracle.
Questions specific to a particular database version may be tagged with a version tag such as oracle11g-r2, oracle-11g, oracle-10g or oracle-9i, but they should also be tagged oracle.
Questions applicable to 220.127.116.11 through 18.104.22.168 should be tagged both oracle-11g and oracle.
Questions applicable to 22.214.171.124 through 126.96.36.199 should be tagged both oracle-11g-r2 and oracle.
Questions applicable to other versions should be tagged as oracle-10g, oracle-9i or oracle-8i as well as oracle.