Start Level 1 Node: Database AdministrationDatabase AdministrationEnd Level 1 Node: Database Administration
   Start Level 2 Node: Creating DatabasesCreating DatabasesEnd Level 2 Node: Creating Databases
      Start Level 3 Node: Planning DatabasesPlanning DatabasesEnd Level 3 Node: Planning Databases
      Start Level 3 Node: Conventions for Database NamesConventions for Database NamesEnd Level 3 Node: Conventions for Database Names
      Start Level 3 Node: EncryptionEncryptionEnd Level 3 Node: Encryption
   Start Level 2 Node: Periodic Administration TasksPeriodic Administration TasksEnd Level 2 Node: Periodic Administration Tasks
   Start Level 2 Node: Automating Administration TasksAutomating Administration TasksEnd Level 2 Node: Automating Administration Tasks
   Start Level 2 Node: Changing Database PropertiesChanging Database PropertiesEnd Level 2 Node: Changing Database Properties
      Start Level 3 Node: Changing the Database SizeChanging the Database SizeEnd Level 3 Node: Changing the Database Size
      Start Level 3 Node: Activating Automatic Database StartActivating Automatic Database StartEnd Level 3 Node: Activating Automatic Database Start
         Start Level 4 Node: Example: Start Script for a Database (Linux)Example: Start Script for a Database (Linux)End Level 4 Node: Example: Start Script for a Database (Linux)
      Start Level 3 Node: Database ParametersDatabase ParametersEnd Level 3 Node: Database Parameters
         Start Level 4 Node: General Database ParametersGeneral Database ParametersEnd Level 4 Node: General Database Parameters
         Start Level 4 Node: Special Database ParametersSpecial Database ParametersEnd Level 4 Node: Special Database Parameters
         Start Level 4 Node: Support Database ParametersSupport Database ParametersEnd Level 4 Node: Support Database Parameters
         Start Level 4 Node: SAP liveCache Database ParametersSAP liveCache Database ParametersEnd Level 4 Node: SAP liveCache Database Parameters
         Start Level 4 Node: Obsolete Database ParametersObsolete Database ParametersEnd Level 4 Node: Obsolete Database Parameters
         Start Level 4 Node: Properties of Database ParametersProperties of Database ParametersEnd Level 4 Node: Properties of Database Parameters
      Start Level 3 Node: Configuring Database Transaction LoggingConfiguring Database Transaction LoggingEnd Level 3 Node: Configuring Database Transaction Logging
      Start Level 3 Node: Configuring Locks for Database ObjectsConfiguring Locks for Database ObjectsEnd Level 3 Node: Configuring Locks for Database Objects
      Start Level 3 Node: Configuration FilesConfiguration FilesEnd Level 3 Node: Configuration Files
   Start Level 2 Node: Monitoring DatabasesMonitoring DatabasesEnd Level 2 Node: Monitoring Databases
   Start Level 2 Node: Backing Up DatabasesBacking Up DatabasesEnd Level 2 Node: Backing Up Databases
      Start Level 3 Node: Backup Templates and Data CarriersBackup Templates and Data CarriersEnd Level 3 Node: Backup Templates and Data Carriers
      Start Level 3 Node: Backing Up DataBacking Up DataEnd Level 3 Node: Backing Up Data
      Start Level 3 Node: Backing Up Log EntriesBacking Up Log EntriesEnd Level 3 Node: Backing Up Log Entries
      Start Level 3 Node: Archiving Backup FilesArchiving Backup FilesEnd Level 3 Node: Archiving Backup Files
      Start Level 3 Node: Backing Up to a Group of Parallel Data CarriersBacking Up to a Group of Parallel Data CarriersEnd Level 3 Node: Backing Up to a Group of Parallel Data Carriers
      Start Level 3 Node: Backing Up and Restoring with Remote ComputersBacking Up and Restoring with Remote ComputersEnd Level 3 Node: Backing Up and Restoring with Remote Computers
      Start Level 3 Node: Using Third-Party Backup ToolsUsing Third-Party Backup ToolsEnd Level 3 Node: Using Third-Party Backup Tools
   Start Level 2 Node: Replication and High AvailabilityReplication and High AvailabilityEnd Level 2 Node: Replication and High Availability
      Start Level 3 Node: Snapshot of the Data AreaSnapshot of the Data AreaEnd Level 3 Node: Snapshot of the Data Area
      Start Level 3 Node: Database CopyDatabase CopyEnd Level 3 Node: Database Copy
      Start Level 3 Node: Standby DatabaseStandby DatabaseEnd Level 3 Node: Standby Database
         Start Level 4 Node: Making the Standby Database the Active DatabaseMaking the Standby Database the Active DatabaseEnd Level 4 Node: Making the Standby Database the Active Database
      Start Level 3 Node: Hot StandbyHot StandbyEnd Level 3 Node: Hot Standby
         Start Level 4 Node: Architecture of a Hot Standby SystemArchitecture of a Hot Standby SystemEnd Level 4 Node: Architecture of a Hot Standby System
         Start Level 4 Node: What Happens When the Master Database of a Hot Standby System FaWhat Happens When the Master Database of a Hot Standby System FaEnd Level 4 Node: What Happens When the Master Database of a Hot Standby System Fa
   Start Level 2 Node: Exporting and ImportingExporting and ImportingEnd Level 2 Node: Exporting and Importing
   Start Level 2 Node: Managing UsersManaging UsersEnd Level 2 Node: Managing Users
      Start Level 3 Node: Database System AdministratorDatabase System AdministratorEnd Level 3 Node: Database System Administrator
      Start Level 3 Node: DBM OperatorsDBM OperatorsEnd Level 3 Node: DBM Operators
      Start Level 3 Node: Database UsersDatabase UsersEnd Level 3 Node: Database Users
      Start Level 3 Node: Conventions for User Names and PasswordsConventions for User Names and PasswordsEnd Level 3 Node: Conventions for User Names and Passwords
      Start Level 3 Node: Special Operating System Users and GroupsSpecial Operating System Users and GroupsEnd Level 3 Node: Special Operating System Users and Groups
         Start Level 4 Node: Special Operating System User Group on Microsoft WindowsSpecial Operating System User Group on Microsoft WindowsEnd Level 4 Node: Special Operating System User Group on Microsoft Windows
         Start Level 4 Node: Special Operating System Users and Groups on Unix and LinuxSpecial Operating System Users and Groups on Unix and LinuxEnd Level 4 Node: Special Operating System Users and Groups on Unix and Linux
            Start Level 5 Node: <sdb_user> (Special Operating System User)<sdb_user> (Special Operating System User)End Level 5 Node: <sdb_user> (Special Operating System User)
            Start Level 5 Node: <sdba_group> (Special Operating System Group)<sdba_group> (Special Operating System Group)End Level 5 Node: <sdba_group> (Special Operating System Group)
            Start Level 5 Node: Support Group (Special Operating System Group)Support Group (Special Operating System Group)End Level 5 Node: Support Group (Special Operating System Group)
   Start Level 2 Node: Analyzing Database PerformanceAnalyzing Database PerformanceEnd Level 2 Node: Analyzing Database Performance
      Start Level 3 Node: SQL OptimizerSQL OptimizerEnd Level 3 Node: SQL Optimizer
         Start Level 4 Node: How SQL Statements Are ProcessedHow SQL Statements Are ProcessedEnd Level 4 Node: How SQL Statements Are Processed
         Start Level 4 Node: How the SQL Optimizer Estimates the Costs of SQL StatementsHow the SQL Optimizer Estimates the Costs of SQL StatementsEnd Level 4 Node: How the SQL Optimizer Estimates the Costs of SQL Statements
         Start Level 4 Node: SQL Optimizer StatisticsSQL Optimizer StatisticsEnd Level 4 Node: SQL Optimizer Statistics
         Start Level 4 Node: Search ConditionsSearch ConditionsEnd Level 4 Node: Search Conditions
            Start Level 5 Node: Equality ConditionEquality ConditionEnd Level 5 Node: Equality Condition
            Start Level 5 Node: Range ConditionRange ConditionEnd Level 5 Node: Range Condition
            Start Level 5 Node: IN ConditionIN ConditionEnd Level 5 Node: IN Condition
            Start Level 5 Node: LIKE ConditionLIKE ConditionEnd Level 5 Node: LIKE Condition
            Start Level 5 Node: Restrictions for UPDATE StatementsRestrictions for UPDATE StatementsEnd Level 5 Node: Restrictions for UPDATE Statements
         Start Level 4 Node: Search StrategiesSearch StrategiesEnd Level 4 Node: Search Strategies
            Start Level 5 Node: Sequential Search (Table Scan)Sequential Search (Table Scan)End Level 5 Node: Sequential Search (Table Scan)
            Start Level 5 Node: Search Strategies for Key Column Search ConditionsSearch Strategies for Key Column Search ConditionsEnd Level 5 Node: Search Strategies for Key Column Search Conditions
            Start Level 5 Node: Search Strategies for Indexed Column Search ConditionsSearch Strategies for Indexed Column Search ConditionsEnd Level 5 Node: Search Strategies for Indexed Column Search Conditions
            Start Level 5 Node: Search Strategies for Search Conditions Linked with ORSearch Strategies for Search Conditions Linked with OREnd Level 5 Node: Search Strategies for Search Conditions Linked with OR
            Start Level 5 Node: Search Strategies for JoinsSearch Strategies for JoinsEnd Level 5 Node: Search Strategies for Joins
               Start Level 6 Node: JoinSearchLevel Database ParameterJoinSearchLevel Database ParameterEnd Level 6 Node: JoinSearchLevel Database Parameter
            Start Level 5 Node: Postponement of the Search to the FETCH TimePostponement of the Search to the FETCH TimeEnd Level 5 Node: Postponement of the Search to the FETCH Time
            Start Level 5 Node: List of All Search StrategiesList of All Search StrategiesEnd Level 5 Node: List of All Search Strategies
               Start Level 6 Node: CATALOG ACCESS USING USERS TABLE LISTCATALOG ACCESS USING USERS TABLE LISTEnd Level 6 Node: CATALOG ACCESS USING USERS TABLE LIST
               Start Level 6 Node: CATALOG KEY ACCESSCATALOG KEY ACCESSEnd Level 6 Node: CATALOG KEY ACCESS
               Start Level 6 Node: CATALOG SCANCATALOG SCANEnd Level 6 Node: CATALOG SCAN
               Start Level 6 Node: CATALOG SCAN USING USER EQUAL CONDITIONCATALOG SCAN USING USER EQUAL CONDITIONEnd Level 6 Node: CATALOG SCAN USING USER EQUAL CONDITION
               Start Level 6 Node: DIFFERENT STRATEGIES FOR OR-TERMSDIFFERENT STRATEGIES FOR OR-TERMSEnd Level 6 Node: DIFFERENT STRATEGIES FOR OR-TERMS
               Start Level 6 Node: EQUAL CONDITION FOR INDEXEQUAL CONDITION FOR INDEXEnd Level 6 Node: EQUAL CONDITION FOR INDEX
               Start Level 6 Node: EQUAL CONDITION FOR KEYEQUAL CONDITION FOR KEYEnd Level 6 Node: EQUAL CONDITION FOR KEY
               Start Level 6 Node: IN CONDITION FOR INDEXIN CONDITION FOR INDEXEnd Level 6 Node: IN CONDITION FOR INDEX
               Start Level 6 Node: IN CONDITION FOR KEYIN CONDITION FOR KEYEnd Level 6 Node: IN CONDITION FOR KEY
               Start Level 6 Node: INDEX SCANINDEX SCANEnd Level 6 Node: INDEX SCAN
               Start Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA INDEXED COLUMNJOIN VIA INDEXED COLUMNEnd Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA INDEXED COLUMN
               Start Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA KEY COLUMNJOIN VIA KEY COLUMNEnd Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA KEY COLUMN
               Start Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA KEY RANGEJOIN VIA KEY RANGEEnd Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA KEY RANGE
               Start Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA MULTIPLE INDEXED COLUMNSJOIN VIA MULTIPLE INDEXED COLUMNSEnd Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA MULTIPLE INDEXED COLUMNS
               Start Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA MULTIPLE KEY COLUMNSJOIN VIA MULTIPLE KEY COLUMNSEnd Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA MULTIPLE KEY COLUMNS
               Start Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA RANGE OF MULTIPLE INDEXED COL.JOIN VIA RANGE OF MULTIPLE INDEXED COL.End Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA RANGE OF MULTIPLE INDEXED COL.
               Start Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA RANGE OF MULTIPLE KEY COLUMNSJOIN VIA RANGE OF MULTIPLE KEY COLUMNSEnd Level 6 Node: JOIN VIA RANGE OF MULTIPLE KEY COLUMNS
               Start Level 6 Node: NO RESULT SET POSSIBLENO RESULT SET POSSIBLEEnd Level 6 Node: NO RESULT SET POSSIBLE
               Start Level 6 Node: NO STRATEGY NOW (ONLY AT EXECUTION TIME)NO STRATEGY NOW (ONLY AT EXECUTION TIME)End Level 6 Node: NO STRATEGY NOW (ONLY AT EXECUTION TIME)
               Start Level 6 Node: RANGE CONDITION FOR INDEXRANGE CONDITION FOR INDEXEnd Level 6 Node: RANGE CONDITION FOR INDEX
               Start Level 6 Node: RANGE CONDITION FOR KEYRANGE CONDITION FOR KEYEnd Level 6 Node: RANGE CONDITION FOR KEY
               Start Level 6 Node: SUBQ CONDITION FOR INDEXSUBQ CONDITION FOR INDEXEnd Level 6 Node: SUBQ CONDITION FOR INDEX
               Start Level 6 Node: SUBQ CONDITION FOR KEYSUBQ CONDITION FOR KEYEnd Level 6 Node: SUBQ CONDITION FOR KEY
               Start Level 6 Node: TABLE SCANTABLE SCANEnd Level 6 Node: TABLE SCAN
         Start Level 4 Node: Analyzing Search Strategies Using the EXPLAIN StatementAnalyzing Search Strategies Using the EXPLAIN StatementEnd Level 4 Node: Analyzing Search Strategies Using the EXPLAIN Statement
            Start Level 5 Node: EXPLAIN Statement for JoinsEXPLAIN Statement for JoinsEnd Level 5 Node: EXPLAIN Statement for Joins
            Start Level 5 Node: EXPLAIN Statement for Complicated SELECT StatementsEXPLAIN Statement for Complicated SELECT StatementsEnd Level 5 Node: EXPLAIN Statement for Complicated SELECT Statements
            Start Level 5 Node: EXPLAIN Statement for SELECT Statements with SubqueriesEXPLAIN Statement for SELECT Statements with SubqueriesEnd Level 5 Node: EXPLAIN Statement for SELECT Statements with Subqueries
            Start Level 5 Node: STRATEGY ColumnSTRATEGY ColumnEnd Level 5 Node: STRATEGY Column
   Start Level 2 Node: TroubleshootingTroubleshootingEnd Level 2 Node: Troubleshooting
      Start Level 3 Node: Checking the Database ConfigurationChecking the Database ConfigurationEnd Level 3 Node: Checking the Database Configuration
      Start Level 3 Node: Log FilesLog FilesEnd Level 3 Node: Log Files
      Start Level 3 Node: TracesTracesEnd Level 3 Node: Traces
      Start Level 3 Node: Miscellaneous Database FilesMiscellaneous Database FilesEnd Level 3 Node: Miscellaneous Database Files
      Start Level 3 Node: Checking Database StructuresChecking Database StructuresEnd Level 3 Node: Checking Database Structures
         Start Level 4 Node: Fixing Errors in the Database StructureFixing Errors in the Database StructureEnd Level 4 Node: Fixing Errors in the Database Structure
      Start Level 3 Node: Tracking Problem Messages in PTSTracking Problem Messages in PTSEnd Level 3 Node: Tracking Problem Messages in PTS
      Start Level 3 Node: Getting SupportGetting SupportEnd Level 3 Node: Getting Support
   Start Level 2 Node: Restoring DatabasesRestoring DatabasesEnd Level 2 Node: Restoring Databases
      Start Level 3 Node: Initializing DatabasesInitializing DatabasesEnd Level 3 Node: Initializing Databases
      Start Level 3 Node: Restoring from a Group of Parallel Data CarriersRestoring from a Group of Parallel Data CarriersEnd Level 3 Node: Restoring from a Group of Parallel Data Carriers
   Start Level 2 Node: Developing Database ApplicationsDeveloping Database ApplicationsEnd Level 2 Node: Developing Database Applications