Thanks very much in advance.
As far as reading the manuals to learn the application, I do not recommend that. Some of the manuals even tell you not to do that. They are for reference and research.
The best advice I can give you is go to a training class that fits with your area of work. From there, find a user at your company that understands Oracle, but more importantly, understands how your company uses Oracle. Each company is different, so the trainer may not cover every aspect of your configuration. Once you can apply what you have learned in class to how your system is configured, then the true comprehension begin.
I hope this helps.
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