In Accelebrate's Oracle 10g SQL Programming training, students learn how to create, retrieve, and manipulate objects in Oracle 10g Structured Query Language (SQL). Students will also be introduced to Oracle 10g database features and tools. Students also develop deeper insight into relational database design and RDBMS operation, learn concepts and specific SQL syntax for extended Oracle datatypes, learn analysis and tuning techniques to increase SQL performance, and master advanced features of Oracle SQL for large data sets and data warehouses.
In addition, the advanced features of SQL in order to query and manipulate data within the database are taught. Advanced querying and reporting techniques are explained.
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Oracle 10g SQL Training Objectives
• A summation of relational database principles and an introduction to the Oracle relational database server.
• Using the iSQL*Plus web-based database interface and other traditional interfaces.
• Writing simple SQL queries and moderately complex SQL queries using various join techniques.
• Summarizing, grouping and sorting data.
• Advanced query techniques such as correlated subqueries.
• Developing simple SQL*Plus reports.
• Creating and maintaining database tables.
• Taking advantage of new features such as the use of regular expressions.
• Moving beyond basic table definitions, consideration of defining the full range of database objects, such as advanced table definitions, indexes, sequences, views and others.
• Understanding basic database security and object privileges.
• Using the powerful set of built-in SQL functions.
• Protecting the database and extending the basic data model using declarative constraints.
• Performing advanced SQL queries such as grouping and cube operations and SQL99 join syntax.
• Developing complex SQL*Plus reports and using SQL*Plus scripts.
• Use the SQL99 join syntax. Also, performing advanced SQL queries using techniques such as grouping and cube operations.
• Move beyond basic table definitions, consideration of defining the full range of database objects, such as advanced table definitions, indexes, sequences, views and others.
• Understand basic database security and object privileges.
• Use the powerful set of built-in SQL functions.
• Protect the database and extending the basic data model using declarative constraints.
• Develop complex SQL*Plus reports and using SQL*Plus scripts.
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