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Oracle 10g Development


About Oracle 10g Development

Oracle Development is the frontend in oracle to develop forms and the backend database oracle would be storing information and Development will be displaying it. Oracle Developer Suite is a suite of development tools released by the Oracle Corporation. A database management system, or DBMS, database management systems include dBase, Paradox, IMS, and Oracle. These systems allow users to create, update, and extract information from their databases. Compared to a manual filing system, the biggest advantages to a computerized database system are speed, accuracy, and accessibility.

This training is also supported with the help of live projects in oracle which provides industrial exposure to the candidates and helps the Candidate to finding a suitable job in oracle. We Provides Training in Oracle by Experienced Industry Professionals. During an Oracle database design project, the analysis of your business needs identifies all the fields or attributes of interest. We Provides Training in Oracle by Experienced Industry Professionals. We have a dedicated placement cell which provides 100% placement assistance in oracle to all the candidates.

Oracle database 10g database technology. In this class students learn the concepts of relational databases and the powerful sql programming language. This course provides the essential SQL skills that allow developers to write queries against single and multi. Every Organization either its Small or big has lots of data with confidentia information and it's not possible to handle them manually which leads need of database and Oracle is a big and secure database which is capable to store a large volume of database.

Before you continue, you should have a basic understanding of the following:

1. Knowledge of SQL.
2. Knowledge of Basic understanding of database.

Benefits of Courses:

1. Oracle Developer.
2. Oracle Developer.
3. Oracle Discoverer Services Developer.

Projects

1. We will provide real time project training with code explanation and implementation.
2. Our training modules are completely designed according to current IT market.
3. After completion of 75% of course, student will go through Major Project Training, Live Project Training, Interview Preparation and
     Recruitment process in IT Industry.
4. Student will go through the training of HTML, CSS and JavaScript as a complimentary package before starting of SQL Server.
5. We offer regular, fast track and weekend training in SQL Server course.
6. Study material is provided with the course which consist of concepts, examples and real time examples.

SQL
Relational Database Concepts Using SQL*Plus Using SQL Developer
1. What is an Oracle Database 1. What is SQL*Plus 1. What is Oracle SQL Developer
2. Relational Database Structures 2. Getting Started 2. Starting SQL Developer
3. Tables, Rows and Columns 3. Entering and Executing SQL Statements 3. Configure a Connection
4. Indexes, Primary Keys and Foreign Keys 4. Editing SQL Statements 4. Navigation Tabs
5. Supported Datatypes 5. Creating, Editing and Executing SQL Files 5. SQL Worksheet
6. The Data Dictionary    
Retrieving Data with the SELECT Statement Aggregate Functions Joining Tables
1. The SELECT Statement 1. Overview of Built In Aggregate Functions 1. Overview of Table Joins
2. The SELECT and FROM Clauses 2. The GROUP BY Clause 2. Inner Joins
3. Conditions and the WHERE Clause 3. The HAVING Clause 3. Table Aliases
4. Other Conditional Operators   4. Outer Joins
5. Logical Operators   5. Self Joins
6. The ORDER BY Clause   6. ANSI Standard Joins
7. Column Aliases   7. Set Operators
8. Arithmetic Expressions    
9. Precedence of Operators    
Numeric, Character and Date Functions Conversion and Miscellaneous Functions SQL*Plus Parameters
1. Function Types 1. Conversion Functions 1. Command Line Substitution Parameters
2. Using the Table dual to try out Functions 2. The NVL and NVL2 Functions 2. The Accept Command
3. Numeric Functions 3. The DECODE Function 3. The Define and Undefine Commands
4. Character Functions    
5. String Concatenation    
6. Date Arithmetic and Date Functions    
Using Subqueries Managing Data Managing Tables
1. Overview of Subqueries 1. Inserting Rows 1. Creating Tables
2. In-Line Views 2. Updating Rows 2. Specifying Constraints
3. Top-N Queries 3. Deleting Rows 3. Altering Tables, Columns and Constraints
4. Complex Subqueries 4. Verifying Updates 4. Dropping Tables, Columns and Constraints
5. Multi Column Subqueries 5. Transaction Control 5. Copying Tables
6. Correlated Subqueries 6. Commit and Rollback  
7. Subquery Rules 7. Savepoints  
8. Using the ANY, ALL and SOME Operators 8. Commits and Constraints  
  9. Amending Data in SQL Developer  
Managing Indexes and Views Managing Sequences and Synonyms  
1. Creating Indexes 1. Create a Sequence  
2. Dropping Indexes 2. View Sequence Details  
3. Listing Indexes 3. Create a Synonym  
4. Creating and Using Views 4. List Synonyms  
5. Dropping Views    
6. Listing Views    
PL/SQL
PL/SQL Fundamental Program Logic Using Cursors
1. What is PL/SQL? 1. IF THEN ELSIF ELSE Statements 1. What is a Cursor?
2. Basic Elements 2. CASE Statements 2. Implicit and Explicit Cursors
3. Variables and Constants 3. The Basic Loop Construct 3. Cursor Operations
4. Data Types 4. WHILE and FOR Loops 4. Declaring, Opening and Closing Cursors
5. Initialising Variables and Assigning Values 5. Nested and Labelled Loops 5. Fetching Rows
6. Using SQL Statements in Code 6. The GOTO Statement 6. Status Checking
7. Generating Output to SQL or SQL Developer 7. The CONTINUE Statement 7. Using Cursors FOR UPDATE
    8. The Cursor FOR Loop
    9. Parameterised Cursors
Exceptions and Nested Blocks PL/SQL Records and Index-By Tables  
1. The EXCEPTION Section 1. Declaring Record Types  
2. Types of Exception 2. Handling PL/SQL Records  
3. Handling Named System-Raised Exceptions 3. Nested Records  
4. Handling Un-named System-Raised Exceptions 4. Declaring PL/SQL Index-By Tables or Associative Arrays  
5. User-Declared Exceptions and Application Errors 5. PL/SQL Table Built-in Functions  
6. WHEN OTHERS THEN NULL 6. Manipulating PL/SQL Tables or Associative Arrays  
7. Nested and Labelled Blocks    
8. Propagation of Exceptions    
9. Scope of Variables and Cursors    
10. Scope of Goto Statements    
Advance PL/SQL
Introduction PL/SQL Programming Concepts Review Design Considerations
1. Course objectives 1. Identify PL/SQL block structure 1. List the different guidelines for cursor design
2. The Oracle complete solution 2. Create procedures 2. Describe cursor variables
3. Course agenda 3. Create functions 3. Pass cursor variables as program parameters
4. Tables and data 4. Create packages 4. Compare cursor variables to static cursors
  5. Use cursors 5. Describe the predefined data types
  6. Handle exceptions 6. Create subtypes based on existing types for an application
  7. Understand dependencies  
  8. Identify the Oracle supplied packages  
Collections Advanced Interface Method PL/SQL Server Pages
1. Describe and use nested tables 1. Execute external C routines from PL/SQL 1. Define embedding PL/SQL code in Web pages(PL/SQL Server Pages)
2. Describe and use arrays 2. Understand the benefits of external routines 2. Describe the format of a PL/SQL Server Page
3. Describe and use associative arrays 3. Publish the external C routine in the PL/SQL code 3. Write the code and content for the PL/SQL Server Page
4. Describe and use string indexed collections 4. Execute a PL/SQL routine that calls the external C routine 4. Load the PL/SQL Server Page into the database as a stored procedure
5. Describe and use nested collections 5. Execute Java routines from PL/SQL 5. Run a PL/SQL Server Page via a URL
6. Write PL/SQL programs that use collections 6. Publish the Java class method by creating the PL/SQL subprogram unit specification that references the Java class method 6. Debug PL/SQL Server Page problems
7. Describe the common collection exceptions and how to code for them 7. Execute the PL/SQL subprogram that invokes the Java class method  
8. Compare associative arrays to collections 8. Identify the Oracle supplied packages  
Fine Grained Access Control    
1. Understand how fine-grained access control works overall    
2. Describe the features of fine-grained access control    
3. Describe an application context    
4. Set up a logon trigger    
5. View the results    
6. Query the dictionary views holding information on fine-grained access