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    • Address: 4thFloor, Gitanjali Complex, Palace Road, Palanpur-385001, Gujarat, INDIAContact Us: - (M) +91-9727054547 (M) +919909815851 (M) +91-9974557753 (O) 02742-266299Visit Us: - www.myfootpathinfomedia.comEmail-id: - info@myfootpathinfomedia.comCHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO DATABASESDatabase TerminologyDatabase ModelsAdvantages of the Relational Database ModelWhat is a Relational Database?The Oracle DatabaseClient/Server ConfigurationCHAPTER 2: Introduction to RDBMSCharacteristics of Relational Database Management System ( RDBMS )CODD’s RulesDatabase BasicsDatabase BasicsTables , Rows and ColumnsIdentifying Multiple EntitiesModeling RelationshipsNormalizationIntroduction to NormalizationPhysical and logical database designEnforcing Data Integrity using ConstraintsTypes of Data IntegrityEntity IntegrityDomain IntegrityReferential IntegrityCreating KeysData CatalogSample Project Discussion (Payroll)
    • Address: 4thFloor, Gitanjali Complex, Palace Road, Palanpur-385001, Gujarat, INDIAContact Us: - (M) +91-9727054547 (M) +919909815851 (M) +91-9974557753 (O) 02742-266299Visit Us: - www.myfootpathinfomedia.comEmail-id: - info@myfootpathinfomedia.comCHAPTER 3: DATA MODELINGThe Entity Relationship ModelEntitiesAttributesTypes of RelationshipsHandling many-to-many RelationshipsAbout NormalizationCHAPTER 4: DDL COMMANDSCreating a TableOracles naming conventionData typesConstraintsThe Primary Key ConstraintThe Foreign Key ConstraintThe Not Null ConstraintThe Unique ConstraintThe Check ConstraintThe Check ConstraintEditing the scriptsDescribe CommandAltering a tableAdding/dropping a ConstraintDropping a tableSQL Command FilesSQL*Plus File and Set Commands
    • Address: 4thFloor, Gitanjali Complex, Palace Road, Palanpur-385001, Gujarat, INDIAContact Us: - (M) +91-9727054547 (M) +919909815851 (M) +91-9974557753 (O) 02742-266299Visit Us: - www.myfootpathinfomedia.comEmail-id: - info@myfootpathinfomedia.comCHAPTER 5: DML COMMANDS& DCL COMMANDSSelectInsertEmbedding a Select into an InsertUpdateDifference between Drop, Truncate, DeleteDeleteGranting PrivilegeRevoking PrivilegeAbout RoleCHAPTER 6: BASIC QUERIESThe Select CommandViewing data in a tableDisplaying Unique Values Using the Distinct CommandThe Select CommandViewing data in a tableDisplaying Unique Values Using the Distinct CommandOrder BySorting ResultsThe Where ClauseUsing Comparison Operators in the Where ClauseUsing the (=,<>, !=, <, <=) OperatorsUsing the Like OperatorWildcard OperatorsUsing the IN OperatorUsing the Between...And...OperatorUsing the IS NULL OperatorUsing Logical Operators in the Where ClauseExpressions and the Select CommandExpressions in the Select ClauseColumn AliasExpressions in the Where ClauseExpressions in the Order By Clause
    • Address: 4thFloor, Gitanjali Complex, Palace Road, Palanpur-385001, Gujarat, INDIAContact Us: - (M) +91-9727054547 (M) +919909815851 (M) +91-9974557753 (O) 02742-266299Visit Us: - www.myfootpathinfomedia.comEmail-id: - info@myfootpathinfomedia.comCHAPTER 7: SINGLE ROW FUNCTIONSSingle Row (Scalar) FunctionsNumeric FunctionsCharacter FunctionsDate FunctionsValid Date Format ElementsConversion FunctionsCHAPTER 8: GROUP FUNCTIONS (MORE ABOUT SQL)Group FunctionsDistinct And AllGroup By ClauseHaving ClauseCHAPTER 9: JOINSJoinsTypes of JoinsSimple, Multiple, Outer, and Self JoinsSub-queriesCo-related sub queriesPairwise and Non-Pairwise Sub queryInline viewCHAPTER 10: VIEWSCreating a ViewRemoving a ViewAdvantages of viewsRead only views and updateable viewsView with check optionMaterialized Views
    • Address: 4thFloor, Gitanjali Complex, Palace Road, Palanpur-385001, Gujarat, INDIAContact Us: - (M) +91-9727054547 (M) +919909815851 (M) +91-9974557753 (O) 02742-266299Visit Us: - www.myfootpathinfomedia.comEmail-id: - info@myfootpathinfomedia.comCHAPTER 11: SEQUENCESCreating a SequenceGenerating Sequence ValuesUsing sequences when assigning values into a table PKCHAPTER 12: TRANSACTION CONTROL COMMANDSTransactionCommitRollbackSave pointCHAPTER 13: SYNONYMCreating a SynonymPrivate and PublicCHAPTER 14: SET OPERATORSUsing UNION, UNION ALL, MINUS, INTERSECTCHAPTER 15: Usage of ROWID and ROWNUMUsing ROWID – Types of ROWIDUsing RegnumCHAPTER 16: INDEXCreating a Index - Unique, Non-uniqueType of Indexes - B*tree, Bitmap, function based, reverse keyAdvantages and Disadvantages using IndexCHAPTER 17: CLUSTEROverview of ClustersTypes of Clusters - Index and HashUsage
    • Address: 4thFloor, Gitanjali Complex, Palace Road, Palanpur-385001, Gujarat, INDIAContact Us: - (M) +91-9727054547 (M) +919909815851 (M) +91-9974557753 (O) 02742-266299Visit Us: - www.myfootpathinfomedia.comEmail-id: - info@myfootpathinfomedia.comCHAPTER 18: LOCKSExclusive LocksDefault Locking MechanismLocking a set of records – For Update