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Introduction to Oracle10g and SQL for Experienced Developers ...

  1. 1. Introduction to Oracle10g and SQL for Experienced Developers and DBAs 3 days Description This course is designed for developers and analysts who have experience with a relational database (e.g. Sybase, DB2 or SQL Server) but are new to Oracle. This course leverages your existing knowledge of relational concepts and SQL to quickly get you started working with the Oracle database. The course will not waste your time covering basics such as simple SELECT, UPDATE, DELETE and INSERT statements. You will receive a comprehensive foundation of knowledge in Oracle SQL extensions (subquery factoring, regular expressions, flashback query, etc), Oracle datatypes, Oracle functions, Oracle schema objects, Oracle utilities and the common developer / administration tools, SQL*Plus and iSQL*Plus. Developers will be prepared to begin work in an Oracle environment. Administrators will be prepared for out Oracle10g Database Administration course. As with all of our courses, this class is highly customizable to your specific training requirements. Hands-on workshops constitute approximately 50% of the class. Audience Developers, DBAs, Analysts. Quality Assurance personnel and I.T. Management with solid and recent hands-on experience with another relational database will also benefit from this course. Prerequisites Relational database experience is required. Previous experience with Oracle is not required. Next Courses Advanced Queries for Oracle10g Databases, Oracle10g SQL Tuning for Developers and DBAs, Introduction to Oracle10g PL/SQL Programming, Oracle10g Database Administration Objectives After successfully completing this course, you will be able to: • Query data using Oracle features such as flashback query, CASE, CUBE, ROLLUP and subquery factoring • Query the Oracle data dictionary to answer questions about your Oracle database • Create Oracle objects such as, but not limited to, simple tables, constraints, sequences, indexes and synonyms • Use Oracle functions • Use Oracle datatypes • Use the common developer / administration tools SQL*Plus and iSQL*Plus Copyright © 2004 SkillBuilders Course Version 1.0
  2. 2. Introduction to Oracle10g and SQL for Experienced Developers and DBAs Page 2 • Understand and make effective use of Oracle concurrency controls (locking techniques) • Understand and make effective use of transaction controls • Grant (and revoke) privileges • Change your user password • Determine the quota assigned to your user • Use SQL*Plus AUTOTRACE for very basic query tuning (attend our Oracle10g SQL Tuning for Developers and DBAs for an in-depth course on tuning) • Describe the purpose (at a high-level) of many of the principal and notable features and tools in the Oracle database (e.g. PL/SQL, RMAN, cost-based optimization, HTMLDB, XMLDB, Data Pump, etc.) Topic Summary • Introduction to Oracle10g • What is the Oracle Database? • Principal Features and Tools: Overview • Enterprise Edition • Standard & Personal Editions • 9i Release Highlights • 10g Release Highlights • Related Products • Summary • Workshop • Introduction to SQL*Plus • Introducing the Development Environment • Connect to SQL*Plus • SQL*Plus Describe Command • SQL*Plus Connect Command • Customizing Your Environment (LOGIN.SQL and Predefined Variables) (10g) • SQL*Plus Host Command • Executing Queries in SQL*Plus • Spooling the Output • Editing in SQL*Plus • Editor Commands • SQL*Plus Edit Command • Related SQL*Plus Commands • Editing: A Better Way • Running SQL*Plus Scripts • Exit from SQL*Plus • What’s in my Recyclebin? (10g) • Workshop • Introducing iSQL*Plus • Starting the iSQL*Plus Application Server • Launching iSQL*Plus in Your Browser • Using the Workspace • Accessing History • Setting Preferences • Querying the Database, Part I (Things that are different from your database.) • Available Comparison Operators (=, BETWEEN, IN, LIKE, etc.) Copyright © 2004 SkillBuilders Course Version 1.0
  3. 3. Introduction to Oracle10g and SQL for Experienced Developers and DBAs Page 3 • Pattern Matching with REGEXP_LIKE • Oracle’s Treatment of NULL • Quoting Text Strings (10g) • Column Aliases • Sorting by Column Alias • Sorting by NULL • Case (and Accent) Insensitive Sort and Search (10g) • Accessing Remote Tables • Dual: The Oracle Work Table • Using CASE in SQL Statements • Workshop • Oracle Datatypes • Oracle Datatypes • Oracle Date and Datetime Datatypes • Workshop • XML Data Type • Miscellaneous Data Types • Datatype Conversion • Workshop • Oracle Functions • Functions Overview • String Manipulation Functions • Regular Expression Functions • Case Conversion Functions • Numeric Functions • Conversion Functions • Time Zone Functions • Date Arithmetic & Functions • Adding & Subtracting Days • Pseudo Columns • Workshop • Querying the Database, Part II – Oracle Joins • Oracle Outer Joins (+) • ANSI Compliant Joins • ANSI Natural Join • ANSI Inner Join • ANSI Outer Join • ANSI Full Outer Join • ANSI Cross Join • Quick Mention: Partition Outer Join (10g) (attend our Advanced SQL Queries course for in-depth coverage of this feature functions) • Workshop • Querying the Database, Part III – Set Operators • UNION, INTERSECT and MINUS Operators • UNION Example • INTERSECT Example • MINUS Example • Workshop • Querying the Database, Part IV – Subqueries • Overview of Oracle Subquery Support • Extended Subquery Support Examples • Subquery Factoring (WITH) Copyright © 2004 SkillBuilders Course Version 1.0
  4. 4. Introduction to Oracle10g and SQL for Experienced Developers and DBAs Page 4 • Workshop • Querying the Database, Part V – Grouping Data • Oracle Group (Aggregate) Functions • Group Functions with Nulls • ROLLUP • CUBE • GROUPING Function • DECODE and GROUPING • Quick Mention: Analytic Functions (attend our Advanced SQL Queries course for in-depth coverage of analytic functions) • Workshop • Flashback Query • Session and Statement-Level Flashback • Flashback Version Query • Flashback_Transaction_Query • Flashback Table • Undo Application Changes • Recover from DROP TABLE • Flashback Table: Recover from DROP • Repeat Un-Drop • Purging Recycle Bin • Workshop • Data Manipulation • List of Oracle DML Statements • Returning Values from DML • Returning Aggregates (10g) • Inserting Multiple Rows • 9i Multi-Table INSERT • TRUNCATE Command • MERGE statement • 10g MERGE Enhancements (10g) • Using Sequences in DML • Creating Sequences • Referencing Sequences • Sequences & The Data Dictionary • Workshop • Concurrency Control • Introduction to Locks • Oracle Row Lock Architecture • Basic Locking Rules • DML Locks • DDL Locks • Locking Issues: Lost Update • Locking Issues: Blocking • Locking Issues: Deadlocks • Deadlocks: Cause and Fix • Workshop • Transaction Control • Transaction Review • Supported Statements • Statement Level Read Consistency • Transaction Level Read Consistency Copyright © 2004 SkillBuilders Course Version 1.0
  5. 5. Introduction to Oracle10g and SQL for Experienced Developers and DBAs Page 5 • Oracle Isolation Levels • Phantom and Non-Repeatable Reads • Read Committed • Serializable • Read Only • Savepoints • Implicit Commits • Workshop • Introduction to Tables • Types of Tables Supported (Heap, Clustered, IOT, etc) • Naming Rules • Listing Oracle Objects using the Data Dictionary • Creating Tables • Creating Tables from Other Tables (CTAS) • Introducing Constraints • Disabling Constraints • Enabling Constraints • Listing Constraints using the Data Dictionary • ALTER TABLE Structure • ALTER TABLE Adding Columns • ALTER TABLE Adding Constraints • DROP COLUMN • Dropping Tables • Workshop • Introduction to Indexes • Overview of Indexes Support (B-Tree, Bitmap, etc) • B-Tree Indexes • Index Diagram • ROWID Structure • Index Creation • Cost Based Optimizer Chooses • Workshop • Oracle View Support • Updateable Views • Read Only Views • WITH CHECK OPTION • Views & The Data Dictionary • Oracle Synonyms • Introduction to Synonyms • Private Synonyms • Public Synonyms • CREATE SYNONYM Examples • Synonym Search Sequence • Synonyms & The Data Dictionary • Workshop • Introduction to Oracle Security • User Passwords • Tablespace Quota Assigned to a User • Security Basics • Privilege Types • System Privileges • Object Privileges Copyright © 2004 SkillBuilders Course Version 1.0
  6. 6. Introduction to Oracle10g and SQL for Experienced Developers and DBAs Page 6 • Role Concepts • Determining Existing Privileges • Workshop • Loading Data With SQL*Loader • Introduction • Executing SQL*Loader • The Control File • Variable Format Data • Variable Format Data • Fixed Format Data • LOG File • Conditional Loads • SQL*Loader Workshop • Introduction to External Tables • Concepts • Implementation and Use • Use for Querying External Files • Use for Loading Data • External Table Tips • Limitations • Summary • Workshop • Introduction to Data Pump • Data Pump Concepts • Data Pump Modes • Data Pump Access Methods • Parallel Processing • Export Example • Import Example • Workshop • Introduction to SQL Tuning • SQL Tuning Basics • Tuning - The Process • The Plan Table • SQL*Plus AUTOTRACE • Workshop Software Requirements • Oracle10g, Release 10.1.x or above. • Web Browser with internet access recommended. • Adobe Acrobat Reader or Acrobat 4.0 or later (for the course presentation) • Text editor Hardware Requirements • Refer to the Oracle Installation manual (http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/database10g.html) for required hardware specifications for your platform. • Internet access is very helpful but not absolutely necessary Copyright © 2004 SkillBuilders Course Version 1.0

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