I know that "mistake", operations vs operatorsYep -- I spent many hours beating my head against the wall trying to fit 'Operators' into those topics before I finally figured out what they meant to say.
Will that be related to 11gR2 (like D52163GC20 course) so it will contain the latest information?I am using all 11G R2 documentation to research for the guide.
It will be public or we must pay for it..?You don't have to do anything at all. But no -- the guides aren't free. I don't make a fortune from this series by any means. However, if I gave the guides away, there would be zero incentive to spend incredible amounts of my free time researching the information. My day job is a Developer/DBA. That I like because I love writing code. It's like Soduku puzzles to me. I like solving problems and seeing the results. By contrast, writing study guides is mind-numbingly boring. I like the results, but a good portion of that is simply "Woo Hoo! I'm finished".
and it would be great if we can find a solution si that I will not spend too much money for the pack delivery.. btw, where are you from?)The books are available via Kindle, which involves no delivery cost at all. If you don't have a Kindle (or an ebook that can read Kindle format), Amazon has a PC viewer that can be used. Personally I prefer the Paperback version. I do a lot of formatting in various sections of the text and Kindle (all ebooks) tend to lose a good bit of it. Still readable, but the alignment/etc. is not what I intended it to be.
so if i will buy from Amazon, I will be able to read online?With a Kindle, yes. With another e-reader, I don't know. With the PC-Kindle reader I believe you download the .MOBI file and read from it.
How many pages will have the book?Depends on the format and on how many more pages I add before I consider it to be complete. The paperback version of my guide for 1Z0-144 has 178 pages. 1Z0-117 should be somewhere around that.
Does it contain a CD, or some labs/examples/solutions, etc?None of my guides have that. The books in this series are intended to condense the information that I consider most likely that you will need to know for the exam into a format that can be read more than once. However, while I am researching the guides, I do add links to my companion web site of articles that go into further detail on topics covered by the exam. You are welcome to make use of these resources even if you never buy one of my guides. The link for 117 is: