Scripts to Download Documentation

In this post I pointed out that I like to have a copy of the documentation in PDF format on my notebook. In the same post, and its comments, I also described how I generate the scripts I use to download the files. Recently I updated the scripts and, as a result, I thought to share them with you. So, below you find the CMD and SH scripts for the documentation related to 10.2, 11.1 and 11.2.

I hope you find them useful.


  1. April 1, 2011    

    Worth mentioning that a lot of the 11gR2 documentation got updated for There’s actually a feed to tell you when documentation has been updated 9though not what the changes are).

  2. Andy's Gravatar Andy
    April 5, 2011    

    Very useful! Thanks!
    By the way, I like your book. Great stuff.

  3. Dominica's Gravatar Dominica
    April 15, 2011    

    It is very useful. I also bought your book, and learn a lot from your book.

  4. Eddy's Gravatar Eddy
    November 20, 2011    

    Very useful, thanks for sharing.

    I’m reading your book and I find it the best book on Oracle I’ve come across.
    (The first one that makes execution plans really understandable to me.)


  5. Johannes's Gravatar Johannes
    May 8, 2012    

    What is the name of the oracle book eddy mentioned?

  6. May 8, 2012    

    Hi Johannes

    “Troubleshooting Oracle Performance”, see


  7. oradba's Gravatar oradba
    March 20, 2014    

    Dear Chris,

    Precisely what I wanted – renaming the PDF appropriately at the time of download itself! Great job and great help!

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