Oracle Database: PL/SQL Fundamentals Training Ed 2

Oracle Database: PL/SQL Fundamentals Training Ed 2 (D80182GC20)

Introduction:

Oracle Database: PL/SQL Fundamentals Training Ed 2 by ENO

The Oracle Database: PL/SQL Fundamentals Training Ed 2 course introduces students to the PL/SQL programming language. In the class, students learn to create PL/SQL blocks of application code.

Learn To:

Use various features of PL/SQL.
Write anonymous blocks of code in PL/SQL.
Use various PL/SQL conditional constructs and loops in program blocks.
Interface the PL/SQL code with the database.
Use stored procedures and functions in their program blocks.
Handle Exceptions in PL/SQL code.

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With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience/Target Group

Database Administrators
Forms Developer
PL/SQL Developer
Portal Developer
System Analysts
Technical Consultant

Oracle Database: PL/SQL Fundamentals Training Ed 2 (D80182GC20)Related Courses:

Duration: 2 days

Class Prerequisites:

Familiarity with data processing concepts and technique
Familiarity with data processing concepts and techniques
Familiarity with programming languages
Familiarity with programming languages

Skills Gained:

Design PL/SQL anonymous block that execute efficiently
Use PL/SQL programming constructs and conditionally control code flow (loops, control structures, and explicit cursors)
Handle exceptions in the program units
Create and execute simple stored procedures and functions
Write PL/SQL code to interface with the database
Describe the features and syntax of PL/SQL

Course Content:

Introduction

Course Objectives, Course Agenda and Class Account Information
The Human Resources (HR) Schema
Appendices Used in this Course
PL/SQL Development Environments

Introduction to PL/SQL

Understanding the benefits and structure of PL/SQL
Understanding PL/SQL Blocks
Generating output messages in PL/SQL

Declaring PL/SQL Variables

Identifying valid and invalid identifiers
Declaring and initializing variables
Various data types
Identifying the benefits of using the %TYPE attribute
Using bind variables

Writing Anonymous PL/SQL blocks

Lexical Units in a PL/SQL Block
Using SQL Functions in PL/SQL
Data Type Conversion
Using Nested Blocks as Statements
Referencing an Identifier Value in a Nested Block
Qualifying an Identifier with a Label
Operators in PL/SQL
Using Sequences in PL/SQL Expressions

Using SQL Statements within a PL/SQL Block

Using SQL Statements in PL/SQL
Retrieving Data in PL/SQL with the SELECT statement
Using Naming Conventions in DML Statements and data retrieval
Manipulating Data on the Server Using PL/SQL
SQL Cursors
Using SQL Cursor Attributes to Obtain Feedback on DML
Saving and Discarding Transactions

Writing Control Structures

Controlling PL/SQL Flow of Execution
Using IF and CASE Statements for conditional processing
Handling Nulls
Building Boolean Conditions with Logical Operators
Using Iterative Control with Loop Statements

Working with Composite Data Types

Composite Data Types of PL/SQL Records and Tables
Using PL/SQL Records
Inserting and Updating PL/SQL Records
Using INDEX BY Tables
Using Associative arrays
Declaring and Using VArrays

Using Explicit Cursors

Cursors
Explicit Cursor Operations
Controlling Explicit Cursors
Using Explicit Cursors to Process Rows
Cursors and Records
Cursor FOR Loops Using Subqueries
Explicit Cursor Attributes
%NOTFOUND and %ROWCOUNT Attributes

Handling Exceptions

Concept of Exception
Handling Exceptions with PL/SQL
Predefined Exceptions
Trapping Predefined and Non-predefined Oracle Server Errors
Functions that Return Information on Exceptions
Usage of PRAGMA keyword
Trapping User-Defined Exceptions
Propagating Exceptions

Creating Stored Procedures and Functions

Overview of Stored Procedures and Functions
Differentiating between anonymous blocks and subprograms
CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE | FUNCTION
Understanding the Header Area of a Stored Procedure and Function
Creating Simple Procedures and Functions
Creating a Simple Procedure with an IN Parameter
Executing a Procedure and a Function

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