Oracle PL/SQL and Packages training course

Extract And Manipulate Your Corporate Oracle Data With PL/SQL

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  • Basic PL/SQL language features

declaring variables ( including. use of %TYPE %ROWTYPE, SUBTYPE, TYPE) Constant, NOT NULL, DEFAULT etc.

Assignment, IF/THEN/ELSE/ELSIF,  CASE,  LOOP , WHILE, FOR, NULL; GOTO 

  • Record types(table, cursor and user-defined)
  • SELECT INTO and BULK COLLECT
  • Single dimension PL/SQL collections
  • Design and code anonymous blocks for host languages
  • Designing performance sensitive cursors (using parameters + BULK COLLECT)
  • Introducing PLSQL Exception handling
  • Coding SQL functions and procedures
  • Passing parameters to PL/SQL subprograms
  • Designing packages; building private and public modules, building overloaded modules, forward referencing, global cursors, variables, types and arrays, using 3 types of variable scope. Persistent variables, cursors, types, constructor methods, using common error handlers
  • Using definer and invoker rights to advantage
  • Coding DML triggers including compound triggers
  • Coding EXECUTE IMMEDIATE dynamic SQL
  • Employing techniques against SQL-Injection attack
  • Using Oracle-written PL/SQL packages including UTL_FILE
  • Review other important DBMS packages
  • Taking advantage of the PL/SQL coding environment (Using “W” messages, setting compiler levels, using native compilation)
  • Tracing and Timing PL/SQL Programs
  • Using Oracle11.2 Result Cache for queries and functions (RELIES ON feature , DETERMINISTIC functions)

Choose extra topics from:

  • (Optional) Wrapping PL/SQL code (wrap and DBMS_DDL .CREATE_WRAPPED)
  • (Optional) Using PL/SQL table functions
  • (Optional) Introductory programming with DBMS_LOB, using Secure LOB Files
  • (Optional) PL/SQL Dependency management

Where a site has a particular PL/SQL approach or technique that is commonly used by staff, then we will try to include where possible  

Exercises

This course provides a series of progressive and thoughtful exercises to reinforce course teaching.  Exercises range from Try-This-Now quick work to longer, more thoughtful approaches. Typically, course content is organised so that for nearly every hour of the course, delegates have an exercise to do

Each Delegate Receives

  1. A pdf file of the course foils, book-marked by chapters and key foils
  2. An soft-text exercises document with solutions where appropriate,
  3. A library of code demonstrations and samples thal are cross referenced to individual foils in the course. This is a very useful feature for reviewing th course at a later date
  4. Suggestions for further reading and research .

 


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Oracle systems today rely heavily on PL/SQL to provide support for many types of applications. PL/SQL modules written in the form of stored procedures, functions packages and embedded anonymous blocks, allow critical business logic to be stored in the database server and made available to many forms of client requests.


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JBI training course London UK
JBI training course London UK

Oracle application developers, script writers, designers,  database administrators and support staff who already use SQL, and  who need to know more to be effective with Oracle!
Delegates must be familiar with
1) their underlying operating system (typically Windows or UNIX)
2) Already have basic programming skills
3) A working knowledge of SQL

 


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  • Basic PL/SQL language features

declaring variables ( including. use of %TYPE %ROWTYPE, SUBTYPE, TYPE) Constant, NOT NULL, DEFAULT etc.

Assignment, IF/THEN/ELSE/ELSIF,  CASE,  LOOP , WHILE, FOR, NULL; GOTO 

  • Record types(table, cursor and user-defined)
  • SELECT INTO and BULK COLLECT
  • Single dimension PL/SQL collections
  • Design and code anonymous blocks for host languages
  • Designing performance sensitive cursors (using parameters + BULK COLLECT)
  • Introducing PLSQL Exception handling
  • Coding SQL functions and procedures
  • Passing parameters to PL/SQL subprograms
  • Designing packages; building private and public modules, building overloaded modules, forward referencing, global cursors, variables, types and arrays, using 3 types of variable scope. Persistent variables, cursors, types, constructor methods, using common error handlers
  • Using definer and invoker rights to advantage
  • Coding DML triggers including compound triggers
  • Coding EXECUTE IMMEDIATE dynamic SQL
  • Employing techniques against SQL-Injection attack
  • Using Oracle-written PL/SQL packages including UTL_FILE
  • Review other important DBMS packages
  • Taking advantage of the PL/SQL coding environment (Using “W” messages, setting compiler levels, using native compilation)
  • Tracing and Timing PL/SQL Programs
  • Using Oracle11.2 Result Cache for queries and functions (RELIES ON feature , DETERMINISTIC functions)

Choose extra topics from:

  • (Optional) Wrapping PL/SQL code (wrap and DBMS_DDL .CREATE_WRAPPED)
  • (Optional) Using PL/SQL table functions
  • (Optional) Introductory programming with DBMS_LOB, using Secure LOB Files
  • (Optional) PL/SQL Dependency management

Where a site has a particular PL/SQL approach or technique that is commonly used by staff, then we will try to include where possible  

Exercises

This course provides a series of progressive and thoughtful exercises to reinforce course teaching.  Exercises range from Try-This-Now quick work to longer, more thoughtful approaches. Typically, course content is organised so that for nearly every hour of the course, delegates have an exercise to do

Each Delegate Receives

  1. A pdf file of the course foils, book-marked by chapters and key foils
  2. An soft-text exercises document with solutions where appropriate,
  3. A library of code demonstrations and samples thal are cross referenced to individual foils in the course. This is a very useful feature for reviewing th course at a later date
  4. Suggestions for further reading and research .

 

 
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