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Oracle 10g SQL

Course code: O011

5 days £1,975.00
+ VAT

Oracle 10g SQL training course introduces Oracle 10g version of SQL, covering the SQL*Plus toolkit and Oracle 10g RDBMS contextual operating environment.

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Who Should Attend?

Oracle Analyst Programmers
Oracle Technicians
Oracle DBA's
Oracle Developers
ANSI SQL Users

Prerequisites

PC Fundamentals

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Course Contents

Oracle 10g SQL is an essential building block for all users of Oracle's full technology range, including database technology, development tools, and web technologies. SQL*Plus, the primary interface to the Oracle Database server, provides a powerful yet easy-to-use environment for querying, defining, and controlling data.

This Oracle 11g SQL training course comprehensively introduces the ANSI standard features of the Oracle 10g SQL implementation.

SQL*Plus Enhancements in Oracle Database 10g include:-

  • Whitespace Support in Windows Path and File Names
  • New Glogin, Login and Predefined Variables
  • APPEND, CREATE, and REPLACE extensions to SPOOL and SAVE commands
  • SHOW RECYCLEBIN and some additional Miscellaneous Enhancements

Oracle 10g SQL Training Course Contents

Oracle Overview

  • Introducing Oracle
  • The Elements of the Oracle System
  • Relational Concepts

SQL*Plus and SQL

  • Introduction
  • Logging on to SQL*Plus and Leaving SQL*Plus
  • Choosing and Describing Tables
  • Elements of the SQL Query
  • The SQL Buffer and Query Layout
  • Editing SQL Statements
  • The System Dummy Table
  • Selecting Columns
  • Duplicate Information (DISTINCT)
  • Sorting Information

SQL Functions

  • The Concatenation Operator
  • Elements of the SQL Query: Arithmetic
  • Column Aliases
  • String Functions
  • Arithmetic Functions
  • Date Functions
  • Mixed Functions

Advanced SQL Functions

  • Nesting Different Functions

SQL Bar Charts

  • Decode Crosstab
  • Decode with ">", "<" & "="
  • Select with Minus Union and Intersect
  • Connect By Prior

Filtering Data Using Where

  • Where Operators
  • Where with Keywords
  • Where and Logical Operators
  • Where and Soundex

Retrieve Data: Multiple Tables

  • Joining Tables (Equi-Joins)
  • Aliases for Table Names
  • Thinking behind creating Joins
  • Joining Tables (Non-Equi-Joins)
  • Joining Tables (Outer Joins)
  • Joining Tables (Inner Joins)

Group By Functions

  • Group By Function Examples
  • Group By Functions with Having

Object Support

  • Object - relational database
  • Oracle Object Type definition
  • Nested objects
  • Object constructors
  • Objects as NULL/ attributes as NULL
  • Object Tables
  • Type Hierarchy and Inheritance
  • Abstract and Final Types
  • Object Evolution
  • Propagation of Changes
  • Sub-Queries
  • Basic Subqueries
  • Multiple Column Subqueries
  • Subqueries with Having
  • Correlated Subqueries
  • Subquery Rules and Suggestions

Data Definition Language (DDL)

  • Create, Drop Alter Keywords
  • Tables/Partitioning/Column
  • Views/Synonyms/Sequences

Integrity Constraints

  • Types of Constraint
  • Referential Integrity
  • Defining Constraints
  • Integrity Constraints and Data Dictionary
  • Alter table

Indexes

  • Create Index
  • Unique Option
  • When and What to Index
  • Drop Index
  • Validate Index
  • Index Type Overview

Data Manipulation Language

  • Insert /Update/Delete
  • OPS Commands (Commit, Rollback and Savepoints)

Data Control Language

  • Data Security
  • Grant and Revoke

Oracle 9i/10g SQL Features

  • The Returning clause
  • Drop column
  • Function based indexes
  • Temporary tables
  • Default Column Value enhancements
  • Overview of Constraint enhancements
  • For update wait Clause
  • Constraints on views
  • External Tables
  • Multiple Insert Statements
  • Conditional Insert
  • Pivoting Insert
  • Merge Statement
  • Grouping Sets
  • WITH Clause
  • Analytical Functions

10g SQL Language

  • Improvements
  • Improvements review
  • Regular Expressions
  • Native Floating Point Datatypes

LOBs

  • LOB Migration
  • LOB SQL Features

Data warehousing and OLAP

  • Materialised views
  • Dimensions
  • ROLLUP functions
  • The ROLLUP operator
  • The CUBE operator
  • Client side caching

SQL*Plus Reporting

  • Introducing SQL*Plus for Reporting
  • Using SQL*Plus
  • Using the System Editor for SQL*Plus
  • SQL*Plus Command Variables
  • Building SQL*Plus Reports
  • Titles and Headings
  • Using NEW_VALUE and OLD_VALUE

ANSI Standardisation

  • Oracle (since 9ir2) Joins improvements
  • Case Expressions
  • SQL NULLIF and COALESCE
  • Scalar Subqueries
  • Date Datatype
  • TIMESTAMP Datatype
  • INTERVAL Datatypes
  • CURRENT_DATE
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