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Oracle 11g PL/SQL Fundamentals II

Course Summary

An introduction to the PL/SQL database programming language

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    Course Syllabus

    • Introduction
      • Introduction
    • Preparing Your Environment
      • Install Oracle XE
      • SQL Developer Installation
      • Workstation Setup
    • Database Program Units
      • Introducing the Database Program Unit
    • Working with Stored Procedures and Functions
      • Creating Stored Procedures and Functions
      • Understanding the Parameter Specification
      • Executing Procedures and Functions
      • Calling Functions from within SQL
      • Handling Compilation Errors
    • Maintaining Stored Procedures and Functions
      • Recompiling and Dropping Programs
      • Data Dictionary Storage
      • Managing Dependencies
      • Tracking Dependencies
      • Using the Dependency Tracking Utility
    • Creating and Maintaining Packages
      • What Is a Package?
      • Creating a Package
      • Package Definition Information
      • Advanced Programming Techniques
      • Using Persistent Global Objects
      • Including Initialization Logic
      • Object Oriented Support within Packages
      • Package Maintenance
    • Advanced Cursor Techniques
      • Learning to Use Cursor Variables
      • Weak Cursor Definitions
      • REFCURSOR Cursor Definition
      • Using Cursor Expression
    • Using System Supplied Packages
      • Using the DBMS OUTPUT() Package
      • Using the UTL FILE() Package
    • Creating Database Triggers
      • Understanding the Database Trigger
      • Statement-Level Triggers
      • Row-Level Triggers
      • Row Level Trigger Example 1
      • Row Level Trigger Example 2
      • Row Level Trigger Example 3
      • Working with the INSTEAD OF Trigger
      • Using Triggers within an Application
    • Trigger Maintenance
      • Using the CALL Statement
      • Trigger Maintenance Tasks
      • Work with Multiple Triggers for a Single Table
      • Handling Mutating Table Issues
      • Using the Compound Trigger
    • Working with System Event Triggers
      • What Is a System Event Trigger
      • Defining Scope
      • Identifying Available System Events
    • Conclusion
      • Conclusion

Course Fee:
USD 99

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1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Data & Information Management Community

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