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Oracle 11g PL/SQL Part 2

An introduction to the PL/SQL database programming language.

Description

The objective of this Oracle 11g training course is to provide an introduction to develop database server-side PL/SQL program units within an Oracle database. The areas covered include understanding the basic form and structure of program units stored within the database, building and maintaining stored procedures, functions, packaged programs, and database triggers. Additional topics include taking advantage of advanced programming techniques such as cursor variables and cursor expressions. This Oracle 11g course will prepare students for the Oracle certification exams (OCP). 


Instructor: Timothy Miles

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Curriculum

  • Introduction
    Introduction
    2:41
    Oracle 11g Part 2
  • Preparing Your Environment
    Install Oracle XE
    11:00
    SQL Developer Installation
    19:48
    Workstation Setup
    12:15
  • Database Program Units
    Introducing the Database Program Unit
    19:06
  • Working with Stored Procedures and Functions
    Creating Stored Procedures and Functions
    18:45
    Understanding the Parameter Specification
    23:05
    Executing Procedures and Functions
    26:19
    Calling Functions from within SQL
    13:13
    Handling Compilation Errors
    8:27
  • Maintaining Stored Procedures and Functions
    Recompiling and Dropping Programs
    16:07
    Data Dictionary Storage
    24:55
    Managing Dependencies
    13:00
    Tracking Dependencies
    8:33
    Using the Dependency Tracking Utility
    9:33
  • Creating and Maintaining Packages
    What Is a Package
    10:03
    Creating a Package
    19:12
    Package Definition Information
    8:00
    Advanced Programming Techniques
    6:14
    Using Persistent Global Objects
    3:45
    Including Initialization Logic
    15:25
    Object Oriented Support within Packages
    13:52
    Package Maintenance
    17:55
  • Advanced Cursor Techniques
    Learning to Use Cursor Variables
    23:39
    Weak Cursor Definitions
    16:18
    REFCURSOR Cursor Definition
    5:14
    Using Cursor Expressions
    13:44
  • Using System Supplied Packages
    Using the DBMS OUTPUT() Package
    11:39
    Using the UTL_FILE() Package
    29:37
  • Creating Database Triggers
    Understanding the Database Trigger
    23:19
    Statement-Level Triggers
    22:43
    Row-Level Triggers
    12:12
    Row Level Trigger Example 1
    11:16
    Row Level Trigger Example 2
    7:32
    Row Level Trigger Example 3
    7:43
    Working with the INSTEAD OF Trigger
    11:01
    Using Triggers within an Application
    8:55
  • Trigger Maintenance
    Using the CALL Statement
    9:09
    Trigger Maintenance Tasks
    12:23
    Working with Multiple Triggers for a Single Table
    10:55
    Handling Mutating Table Issues
    22:17
    Using the Compound Trigger
    5:42
  • Working with System Event Triggers
    What Is a System Event Trigger
    5:26
    Defining Scope
    3:44
    Identifying Available System Events
    12:20
  • Conclusion
    Course Recap
    1:32

Skills

  • Oracle
  • Structured Query Language (SQL)

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