Oracle : SQL / PLSQL Training

Course Duration :– 24Hrs to 30 Hrs

WeekDay Track : 2 Hours/day :Monday to Friday:  for 14 days

Weekend Track (2 Saturdays + 2 Sundays)

Simple SQL statements

Basic SQL construct
Column naming conventions
Importance of NULL
Concatenation operator
Arithmetic operators and expressions
Operator precedence and Parenthesis
Character strings

Tables and Table Joins

Need for joins
Cartesian products
Column aliases
Types of joins
ANSI Syntax and Oracle Syntax for writing Join statements

Filtering and Sorting data

Limiting rows retrieved
Using LIKE for pattern matching
Using logical operators AND, OR & NOT
Using BETWEEN & IN operators
Sorting data using ORDER BY clause

Oracle SQL Functions part 1

SQL Functions overview
What are single row functions?
Using Character functions
Using Number functions
Using Date functions
Using CASE and DECODE
Nested functions
Data type conversion functions
Format masks

Oracle SQL Functions part 2

What are multi row functions?
Various multi row functions
Grouping data with GROUP BY clause
Using the HAVING clause
Sorting GROUP BY data

SQLPlus queries, formatting and reports

Logging into SQLPlus
Writing queries in SQLPlus
Substitution variables using single ampersand and double ampersand
Using DEFINE & UNDEFINE commands
Using SET command
Setting COLUMN format
Editing data from buffer
Creating and running reports

Nested SQL queries

Need for nested queries
Types of nested queries
USING EXISTS, ALL & ANY operators

Database Definition Language DDL

Creating tables
Modifying tables
Dropping tables
Creating and replacing views
Creating and dropping synonyms
Creating modifying and dropping sequences

Database Manipulation Language DML

What is data manipulation in a database
Need for data manipulation
INSERT statement
UPDATE statement
DELETE statement
MERGE statement

Database Control Language DCL

Definition of Transaction
COMMIT & ROLLBACK statements
Using the SAVEPOINT statement
Automatic COMMIT behavior in SQL*Developer and SQL*Plus utilities.

Indexes and Index types

What are Indexes?
Need for Indexes
Types of Indexes
Composite Indexes
Function based Indexes
Analyzing and rebuilding Indexes

Privileges, Users, Roles & Grants

System privileges
Object privileges
Creating and managing users
Creating and assigning roles
Granting Roles

PART II: Procedural Language/ Structured Query Language PLSQL 

Introduction to PLSQL

Course Duration :– 30Hrs to 40 Hrs

WeekDay Track : 2 Hours/day :Monday to Friday:  for 20 days

Weekend Track : 4 Saturdays + 4 Sundays

Anonymous PLSQL block
Variables
Data types
Bind variables
PLSQL operators
Nested blocks
Implicit data conversion
SELECT INTO statement
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE

Control structures

IF-THEN-ELSE statement
CASE statement. The simple CASE and the searched CASE.
Basic Loop and FOR Loops
WHILE Loop
Nested loops and choosing the right loop structure.

Composite data types

Using %ROWTYPE
PLSQL Records
PLSQL Table of Records
INDEX BY Table
INDEX BY Table of Records

Creating Functions

Syntax of CREATE FUNCTION
Benefits of user defined functions
Executing user defined functions
Restrictions on function calls
Dropping functions

Exceptions and Exception handling

What are Exceptions
Need for handling exceptions
Predefined exceptions
User defined exceptions
Non predefined exceptions
Raising Exceptions
Trapping Exceptions
Exception propagation in nested calls
The SQLCODE and SQLERRM in-built PL/SQL functions.
DBMS_UTILITY Package for debugging PL/SQL code.

Creating Procedures

What are Procedures?
Need for Procedures
Syntax of CREATE PROCEDURE
Parameter dispositions
Parameter passing methods
Executing procedures
Exceptions in procedures

Explicit Cursors and Implicit Cursors.

What is a cursor?
Implicit and explicit cursors
Creating cursors
Using cursors in procedures
OPEN..FETCH CLOSE construct
The %NOTFOUND operator
FOR UPDATE cursors.

Creating Packages

What are packages?
Need for packages
Package Specification
Package Body
Private and Public components
Calling package functions, procedures
Referencing package constants and variables

Package Features

Overloading package subprograms
Forward declaration of subprograms
Creating bodiless package
Persistent state of package variables
Persistent state of package cursor

Oracle Supplied Packages

DBMS_OUTPUT
DBMS_SCHEDULER
UTL_FILE
EXECUTE IMMEDIATE statement

 

  • For Package Course which includes sql and pl/sql
  • Course Fee Rs 12000
  • Course Duration 1 Week (2 days for sql and 3 days for pl/sql) 5 days
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