Oracle 12c PL/SQL Programming

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Course Number: ORC-332

Duration: 5 days (32.5 hours)

Format: Live, hands-on

Oracle 12c PL/SQL Training Overview

Accelebrate's Oracle 12c PL/SQL training teaches attendees beginning and advanced Oracle® PL/SQL database programming skills.

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In addition, some courses are available as live, online classes for individuals. See a schedule of online courses.

Objectives

  • Understand the environment and context in which PL/SQL operates.
  • Consider the advantages and benefits of PL/SQL within a database environment.
  • Declare program variables and complex data types.
  • Develop logic within PL/SQL program blocks.
  • Fetch data from the database into program variables.
  • Return program output to users.
  • Handle program exceptions.
  • Use explicit and implicit database cursors.
  • Maintain and implement triggers.

Prerequisites

Prior Oracle SQL experience is presumed.

Outline

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Introduction
Selection & Setup of The Database Interface
  • Considering available Tools
  • Selecting The appropriate Tool
  • Oracle Net Database Connections
  • Oracle PAAS Database Connections
  • Setup SQL Developer
  • Setup SQL*Plus
  • Setup JDeveloper
Bind & Substitution Variables
  • Using SQL Developer
  • Using SQL*Plus
  • Choosing a Database Programming Language
  • What Is Database Programming?
  • PL/SQL Performance advantages
  • Integration With Other Languages
PL/SQL Language Fundamentals
  • PL/SQL Program Structure
  • Language Syntax Rules
  • Embedding SQL
  • Writing Readable Code
  • Generating Database Output
  • SQL*Plus Input of a Program Block
Declare Section
  • About The Declare Section
  • Declare Primitive Types
  • Declaration Options
  • Not Null
  • Constant
  • Data Dictionary Integration
  • %Type
  • Declare Simple User-Defined Types
  • Type Table
  • Type Record
  • Extended User-Defined Types
Begin Section
  • About The Begin Section
  • Manipulating Program Data
  • Logic Control & Branching
  • Goto
  • Loop
  • If-Then-Else
  • Case
Exception Section
  • About The Exception Section
  • Isolating The Specific Exception
  • Pragma Exception_Init
  • SQLcode & SQLerrm Example
  • SQL%Rowcount & Select Into
Beyond The Basics: Explicit Cursors
  • Explicit Cursors
  • Extended Cursor Techniques
  • For Update of Clause
  • Where Current of Clause
  • Using For Loop Cursors
Beyond The Basics: Nested Blocks
  • Beyond The Basics: Declared Subprograms
  • Using Declared Subprograms
  • Declared Procedure
  • Declared Function
Introducing Database-Resident Program Units
  • Database-Resident Programs
  • Physical Storage & Execution
  • Types of Stored Program Units
  • Stored Program Unit advantages
  • Modular Design Principles
Creating Stored Procedures & Functions
  • Stored Procedures & Functions
  • Create Procedure / Create Function
  • Creating Procedures & Functions
  • Raise_Salary() Procedure
  • Salary_Valid() Function
  • The Parameter Specification
  • Default Clause
  • System & Object Privileges
  • Using The Development Tools
Executing Stored Procedures & Functions
  • Calling Procedures & Functions
  • Unit Testing With Execute
  • Anonymous Block Unit Testing
  • Specifying a Parameter Notation
  • SQL Worksheet Unit Testing
  • Calling Functions From SQL
Maintaining Stored Program Units
  • Recompiling Programs
  • Mass Recompilation Using UTL_Recomp()
  • Dropping Procedures & Functions
  • Drop Procedure / Function
  • Data Dictionary Metadata
  • Using User_Objects
  • Using User_Source
  • Using User_Errors
  • Using User_Object_Size
  • Using User_Dependencies
Managing Dependencies
  • Dependency Internals
  • Tracking Dependencies
  • The Dependency Tracking Utility
  • SQL Developer Dependency Info
  • Dependency Strategy Checklists
Creating & Maintaining Packages
  • About Packages
  • Creating Packages
  • Maintaining Packages
  • Performance Considerations
Advanced Package Capabilities
  • Definer & Invoker Rights
  • White Lists & Accessible By
  • Persistent Global Objects
  • Defining Initialization Logic
  • Object Orientation Support
Advanced Cursor Techniques
  • Using Cursor Variables
  • Using Sys_Refcursor
  • Using Cursor Expressions
Using System-Supplied Packages
  • DBMS_Output()
  • UTL_File()
  • Fopen() Example
Database Trigger Concepts
  • About Database Triggers
  • DML Event Trigger Sub-Types
  • Database Trigger Scenario
  • Trigger Execution Mechanisms
  • Triggers Within SQL Worksheet
Creating Database Triggers
  • Statement-Level Triggers
  • Using Raise_Application_Error()
  • Row-Level Triggers
  • Examples of Triggers
  • Employee_Salary_Check Example
  • Employee_Journal Example
  • Budget_Event Example
  • Instead of Triggers
  • Triggers Within an application
Maintaining Database Triggers
  • Call Syntax
  • Trigger Maintenance Tasks
  • Show Errors Trigger
  • Drop Trigger
  • Alter Trigger
  • Multiple Triggers For a Table
  • Handling Mutating Table Issues
Implementing System Event Triggers
  • What are System Event Triggers?
  • Defining The Scope
  • available System Events
  • System Event attributes
Conclusion

Training Materials:

All students receive comprehensive courseware and a related textbook.

Software Requirements:

  • At least 8 GB RAM
  • A complete installation of Oracle 12c
  • Oracle SQL Developer
  • Please contact us for detailed setup instructions if you have purchased this class.


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