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Oracle Database 10g: PL/SQL Fundamentals (Self-Study Course)

 

Zielgruppe

  • Datenbankdesigner
  • Formsentwickler
  • Technischer Berater
  • PL/SQL-Entwickler

Kursziele

  • Create, execute, and maintain procedures, functions, packages, and triggers
  • Manage dependencies
  • Manipulate large objects
  • Conditionally control code flow (loops, control structures, and explicit cursors)
  • Handle runtime errors
  • Manage program constructs
  • Describe the features and syntax of PL/SQL

Produktbeschreibung

  • Programming with PL/SQL
    • Identify features of PL/SQL
    • Identify benefits of PL/SQL
    • Identify features of PL/SQL blocks
    • Match different PL/SQL program constructs with their features
    • Identify features of the iSQL* Plus programming environment
    • Identify features of PL/SQL variables
    • Identify guidelines for declaring PL/SQL variables
    • Identify features of various PL/SQL data types
  • PL/SQL Blocks
    • Identify features of PL/SQL blocks within a subprogram
    • Match types of PL/SQL named blocks with their descriptions
    • Match types of PL/SQL environments with their descriptions
    • Identify the syntax for creating a stored procedure
    • Identify features of the parameters used in stored procedures
    • Identify the syntax for passing parameters to a stored procedure
    • Identify tasks involved in using stored procedures
    • Identify the syntax for creating a PL/SQL function
  • PL/SQL Packages
    • Identify features of PL/SQL packages
    • Sequence steps for developing PL/SQL packages
    • Identify the syntax for creating a PL/SQL package
    • Identify tasks involved in managing PL/SQL packages
    • Identify features of the overloaded subprograms contained in PL/SQL packages
    • Identify features of forward referencing in PL/SQL packages
    • Identify features of the PL/SQL package state
    • Identify features of the PL/SQL wrapper utility
  • Triggers
    • Identify features of triggers
    • Identify the code to create a Data Manipulation Language (DML) trigger
    • Identify the code to create a Data Manipulation Language (DML) row trigger
    • Identify the code to create an INSTEAD OF trigger
    • Match the options for managing triggers with their descriptions
    • Identify guidelines for testing triggers
    • Identify the benefits of triggers in different business application scenarios
    • Identify the syntax for creating triggers for DDL and system events
  • Dynamic SQL Statements
    • Match the stages in the execution of SQL statements with their descriptions
    • Identify features of dynamic SQL
    • Identify the features of the DBMS_SQL package
    • Identify features of the subprograms in the DBMS_METADATA package
    • Identify the features of Large Objects (LOBs)
    • Identify features of internal Large Objects (LOBs)
    • Identify features of Binary Files (BFILEs)
    • Identify tasks involved in managing Binary Files (BFILEs)
  • Large Object (LOB) data type
    • Identify features of the DBMS_LOB package
    • Identify the code to work with Large Object (LOB) values
    • Identify methods of selecting Character Large Object (CLOB) values
    • Identify features of temporary Large Objects (LOBs)
  • PL/SQL Design Considerations
    • Identify guidelines for standardizing constants and exceptions
    • Identify benefits of using local subprograms
    • Sort the characteristics of the rights models according to their category
    • Identify features of autonomous transactions
    • Identify features of bulk binding
    • Identify features of dependencies
    • Identify tasks you need to perform for displaying dependencies
    • Identify features of local dependencies. Identify features of remote dependencies
  • Compilation Tools and Options
    • Identify features of native compilation
    • Identify settings to be specified for native compilation
    • Sequence the steps to enable native compilation of PL/SQL code
    • Identify features of compiler warnings
    • Identify features of the PLSQL_WARNINGS parameter
    • Identify features of the DBMS_WARNINGS package
    • Identify features of the NOCOPY and PARALLEL_ENABLE hints
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