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Oracle Database 11g R2: PL/SQL Fundamentals Training

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This Oracle 11g course will provide an introduction to the PL/SQL database programming language, based upon the latest features available with the Oracle database. Syntax, structure and features of the language are discussed in the context of database applications and programming.

This course equips students to develop database server-side PL/SQL program units within an Oracle database. In addition to receiving the print copy of this course book, all students will receive e-Learning modules.

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Target audience for this course is all Oracle professionals. Among the specific groups for whom this course will be helpful are:

  • Application designers and developers
  • Database administrators
  • Business users and non-technical senior end users

Course Outline

Choosing a SQL & PL/SQL Interface
  • Using SQL Developer
  • Using SQL *Plus
  • Using Application Express
  • Using JDeveloper Studio
Language Features
  • Understanding PL/SQL
  • Structure of a PL/SQL Program Block
  • Using PL/SQL from SQL *Plus
Declare Clause
  • About the Declare Clause
  • Declare Simple Types
  • Declare Complex Types
  • Type ... Table
  • Type ... Record
Begin Clause
  • About the Begin Clause
  • Performing Data Manipulation
  • Logic Control & Branching
  • Loop
  • If-Then-Else
  • Case
Exception Clause
  • About the Exception Clause
  • Isolating the Specific Exception
  • Pragma Exception_Init
  • SQL%Rowcount & Select...Into
Explicit Cursors
  • About Explicit Cursors
  • Advanced Cursor Techniques
Advanced Programming: Declared Subprograms
Introducing Database Program Units
  • About Database Program Units
  • Types of PL/SQL Program Units
  • Types of Stored Program Units
  • Advantages of Using Stored Program Units
Creating Stored Procedures & Functions
  • About Stored Procedures & Functions
  • Creating Procedures & Functions
  • Executing Procedures & Functions
Maintaining Stored Procedures & Functions
  • Recompiling & Dropping Programs
  • Data Dictionary Storage
  • Managing Dependencies
Creating & Maintaining Packages
  • About Packages
  • Creating Packages
  • Advanced Programming Techniques
  • Maintaining Packages
Advanced Cursor Techniques
  • Using Cursor Variables
  • Using Cursor Expressions
Using System-Supplied Packages
  • Dbms_Output()
  • Utl_File()
Reating Database Triggers
  • About Database Triggers
  • Statement-Level Triggers
  • Row-Level Triggers
  • Examples of Triggers
  • Instead Of Triggers
  • Employing Triggers within an Application
Maintaining Database Triggers
  • Call Syntax
  • Trigger Maintenance Tasks
  • Show Errors Trigger
  • Drop Trigger
  • Alter Trigger
  • Handling Multiple Triggers for a Table
  • Handling Mutating Table Issues
Implementing System Event Triggers
  • What Are System Event Triggers?
  • Defining the Scope
  • Available System Events
  • System Event Attributes

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