ORACLE 11G


Oracle 10g/11g Course Content

Overview:
Oracle 11g was included many new features in database administrators and developers to adapt quickly to changing business requirements by simplifying the infrastructure and using automating tasks wherever possible. Compare to previous releases of Oracle, Oracle 11g is a having new features in relational database with object and Extensible Markup Language (XML) capabilities.
Training Objectives of Oracle 11g:
Oracle Database 11g technology and the relational database concepts and the powerful SQL programming language. This course will give you complete overview on how to insert, modify, and delete data; control data sharing and locking; debug and use error report procedures and develop database triggers, stored procedures and future reuse functions.
Target Students / Prerequisites:
Students must be familiar with concepts in Oracle PL/SQL Basics and SQL*PLUS
Oracle 10g/11g – SQL & PL/SQL
The Oracle database environment
Reviewing basic architecture concepts
Oracle 10g Architecture
Main features of 9i and 10g
Basic SQL*PLUS commands
Using script files, START, @, GET, SAVE, LIST, PROMPT, PAUSE, ACCEPT, DEFINE, SPOOL
Basic SELECT Statement
Writing the statement in sql plus, Running the SELECT statement
Ordering the output
Single Column, Descending order, multiple column sorts
Conditional retrieval of data
Working with complex conditions, AND OR NOT LIKE BETWEEN
Working with variables
Creating and using variables, Command substitution
Pseudo columns and functions
Pseudo Columns, Row num, Sys date, User & UID, the Dual Table
Working with character functions
UPPER, LOWER, INITCAP, RPAD(), RTRIM(), SUBSTR(), INSTR(),
TRANSLATE(), REPLACE(), GREATEST(), LEAST(), DECODE
Working with date functions
TO_CHAR(), TO_DATE(), MONTHS_BETWEEN(), ADD_MONTHS(), LAST_DAY(), NEXT_DAY()
Using non-character function
ROUND (), TRUNC (), SIGN (), Working with multiple tables, Different type of Joins, Writing Outer Joins
Using the SET operators
Union, Intersect, minus
Aggregating data using group functions
GROUP BY, HAVING
Creating Sub queries
Single Row sub queries, Multiple row Sub queries
Enhancing groups function
ROLLUP, CUBE
Transaction Control Language
Rollback, Commit, save point
Processing hierarchies
creating the Tree structure, LEVEL, CONNECT BY
Data Manipulation Language
INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE
Data Definition Language
CREATE, TRUNCATE, ALTER, DROP, RENAME, DESCRIBE
Using Declarative Constraints
Views, Sequences, Synonyms, Indexes, USER_TABLES, USER_TAB_COLUMNS,
USER_OBJECTS, USER_IND_COLUMNS, USER_UPDATEABLE_COLUMNS, Materialized
Views, Other Data dictionary views
Database Security
Object Privileges, Granting access to objects
Improving query performance
Planning and managing the tuning process, Employing tuning tools,
Running EXPLAIN PLAN and auto trace, SQL Trace and TKPROF output,
Optimizer concepts, Fundamentals of access paths, Gathering object and system
statistics with DBMS_STATS, Utilizing hints and optimizer mode,
Specifying first-rows optimization, Determining the driving table
Other Concepts
The Relational Database Model, The system Development Lifecycle, Overview of normalization
PL/SQL
Blocks
Structure, Writing Anonymous Blocks
Variables
Oracle Data types, TYPE and ROWTYPE declarations, Value assignments
Control structures
IF ELSE ENDIF statement, IF ELSIF ELSE ENDIF statement,
LOOP END , LOOP statement, WHILE condition, FOR condition
Cursors
Implicit and Explicit Cursors, Cursor Manipulation statements,
OPEN FETCH CLOSE EXIT WHEN
Printing Values to Screen
Procedures
Creating and Calling Procedures
Functions
Creating and Calling Functions
Packages
Package Header, Package Body
Design Tips and Techniques
Format of standard packages in an application, Spec and Body, NOCOPY hint
Triggers
Database triggers, calling procedures from triggers
Dynamic SQL
EXECUTE IMMEDIATE, DBMS_SQL package
Oracle Supplied packages
DBMS_OUTPUT, UTL_FILE
Collection data types
Associative Arrays, Nested tables, VARRAYs