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  1. 1. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. SQL Star International Limited a ) has c om ฺ ailฺ uide gm 10g: Oracle Database nt G SQL @ rale tude Fundamentals II a hlk his S (r Guide A OStudente t • Volume 2 s N KR to u I e L MA icens A HU ble l L E R nsfera RA -tra KA non D17111GC30 Edition 3.0 January 2009 D57874
  2. 2. SQL Star International Limited Authors Copyright © 2009, Oracle. All rights reserved. Disclaimer Salome Clement Chaitanya Koratamaddi This document contains proprietary information and is protected by copyright and Priya Vennapusa other intellectual property laws. You may copy and print this document solely for your own use in an Oracle training course. The document may not be modified or altered in any way. Except where your use constitutes "fair use" under copyright law, you may Technical Contributors not use, share, download, upload, copy, print, display, perform, reproduce, publish,Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. license, post, transmit, or distribute this document in whole or in part without the and Reviewers express authorization of Oracle. Claire Bennett The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. If you find any problems in the document, please report them in writing to: Oracle University, Brian Boxx 500 Oracle Parkway, Redwood Shores, California 94065 USA. This document is not Zarko Cesljas warranted to be error-free. Laurent Dereac Restricted Rights Notice Nancy Greenberg Yash Jain If this documentation is delivered to the United States Government or anyone using the documentation on behalf of the United States Government, the following notice is Angelika Krupp applicable: a has Malika Marghadi Priya Nathan U.S. GOVERNMENT RIGHTS ) Narayanan Radhakrishnan c om ฺ The U.S. Government’s rights to use, modify, reproduce, release, perform, display, or ailฺ uide disclose these training materials are restricted by the terms of the applicable Oracle Bryan Roberts license agreement and/or the applicable U.S. Government contract. Lata Shivaprasad Trademark Notice gm t G @ n rale tude Naoko Susuki a Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates. Other hlk his S names may be trademarks of their respective owners. r Editors A O ( se t Nita Pavitran I KR to u Atanu Raychaudhuri AN nse U L M lice AH rable Graphic Designer R L Sharmansfe SanjeevE A AR on-tra K n Publishers Jobi Varghese Giri Venugopal
  3. 3. SQL Star International Limited ContentsUnauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Preface I Introduction Objectives I-2 Course Objectives I-3 Course Overview I-4 Course Application I-5 a Summary I-6 ) has c om ฺ 1 Controlling User Access ailฺ uide Objectives 1-2 gm t G @ n Controlling User Access 1-3 a rale tude Privileges 1-4 r hlk his S System Privileges 1-5 A O ( se t Creating Users 1-6 I KR to u AN ns User System Privileges 1-7 e L M lice Granting System Privileges 1-8 U What Is a Role? le R AHandrab 1-9 Privileges to a Role 1-10 LE ansfe Granting 1-11 Creating A Changing Your Password AR on-tr Privileges 1-12 K n Object Granting Object Privileges 1-14 Passing On Your Privileges 1-15 Confirming Privileges Granted 1-16 Revoking Object Privileges 1-17 Summary 1-19 Practice 1: Overview 1-20 2 Managing Schema Objects Objectives 2-2 ALTER TABLE Statement 2-3 Adding a Column 2-5 Modifying a Column 2-6 Dropping a Column 2-7 SET UNUSED Option 2-8 iii
  4. 4. SQL Star International Limited Adding a Constraint Syntax 2-10 Adding a Constraint 2-11 ON DELETE CASCADE 2-12 Deferring Constraints 2-13Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Dropping a Constraint 2-14 Disabling Constraints 2-15 Enabling Constraints 2-16 Cascading Constraints 2-18 Overview of Indexes 2-20 CREATE INDEX with the CREATE TABLE Statement 2-21 Function-Based Indexes 2-23 Removing an Index 2-24 a DROP TABLE … PURGE 2-25 ) has FLASHBACK TABLE Statement 2-26 c om ฺ External Tables 2-28 ailฺ uide Creating a Directory for the External Table 2-30 gm t G Creating an External Table 2-32 le@ n ra2-34 tude a hlk his S Creating an External Table by Using ORACLE_LOADER r Querying External Tables 2-36 A O ( se t Summary 2-37 Practice 2: Overview 2-38 N I KR to u A nse U L M lice 3 Manipulating Large Datae AH rabl Sets R Objectives 3-2 fe LE ans to Manipulate Data 3-3 A tr AR onSubqueries Another Table 3-4 Using - K Copying Rows from nInserting Using a Subquery as a Target 3-5 Retrieving Data with a Subquery as Source 3-7 Updating Two Columns with a Subquery 3-8 Updating Rows Based on Another Table 3-9 Deleting Rows Based on Another Table 3-10 Using the WITH CHECK OPTION Keyword on DML Statements 3-11 Overview of the Explicit Default Feature 3-12 Using Explicit Default Values 3-13 Overview of Multitable INSERT Statements 3-14 Types of Multitable INSERT Statements 3-16 Multitable INSERT Statements 3-17 Unconditional INSERT ALL 3-19 Conditional INSERT ALL 3-20 Conditional INSERT FIRST 3-22 iv
  5. 5. SQL Star International Limited Pivoting INSERT 3-24 MERGE Statement 3-27 MERGE Statement Syntax 3-28 Merging Rows 3-29Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Tracking Changes in Data 3-31 Example of the Flashback Version Query 3-32 VERSIONS BETWEEN Clause 3-34 Summary 3-35 Practice 3: Overview 3-36 4 Generating Reports by Grouping Related Data Objectives 4-2 a Review of Group Functions 4-3 ) has Review of the GROUP BY Clause 4-4 c om ฺ Review of the HAVING Clause 4-5 ailฺ uide GROUP BY with ROLLUP and CUBE Operators 4-6 gm t G @ n ROLLUP Operator 4-7 a rale tude ROLLUP Operator: Example 4-8 r hlk his S CUBE Operator 4-9 O ( se t A u CUBE Operator: ExampleKR NI se to 4-10 A GROUPING Function 4-11 n L M Example 4-12 U le e GROUPING Function: lic H RA ferab GROUPING SETS 4-13 E ns AL GROUPING SETS: Example 4-15 ra R Composite Columns 4-17 KA non-t Composite Columns: Example 4-19 Concatenated Groupings 4-21 Concatenated Groupings: Example 4-22 Summary 4-23 Practice 4: Overview 4-24 5 Managing Data in Different Time Zones Objectives 5-2 Time Zones 5-3 TIME_ZONE Session Parameter 5-4 CURRENT_DATE, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, and LOCALTIMESTAMP 5-5 CURRENT_DATE 5-6 CURRENT_TIMESTAMP 5-7 LOCALTIMESTAMP 5-8 v
  6. 6. SQL Star International Limited DBTIMEZONE and SESSIONTIMEZONE 5-9 TIMESTAMP Data Type 5-10 TIMESTAMP Data Types 5-11 TIMESTAMP Fields 5-12Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Difference Between DATE and TIMESTAMP 5-13 TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE Data Type 5-14 TIMESTAMP WITH TIMEZONE: Example 5-15 TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIMEZONE 5-16 TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIMEZONE: Example 5-17 INTERVAL Data Types 5-18 INTERVAL Fields 5-20 a has INTERVAL YEAR TO MONTH Data Type 5-21 INTERVAL YEAR TO MONTH: Example 5-22 ) c om ฺ ailฺ uide INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND Data Type 5-23 INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND Data Type: Example 5-24 gm t G @ n rale tude EXTRACT 5-25 TZ_OFFSET 5-26 a r hlk his S O ( se t TO_TIMESTAMP_TZ 5-29 TIMESTAMP Conversion Using FROM_TZ 5-28 A KR to u 5-30 Converting to TIMESTAMP Using TO_TIMESTAMP and I e AN n5-31 Time Interval Conversion with TO_YMINTERVAL s L M lice Using TO_DSINTERVAL: Example U AH rable Daylight Saving Time 5-32 SummaryR A LE 5:ansfe 5-35 5-34 AR on-tr Practice Overview K n 6 Retrieving Data Using Subqueries Objectives 6-2 Multiple-Column Subqueries 6-3 Column Comparisons 6-4 Pairwise Comparison Subquery 6-5 Nonpairwise Comparison Subquery 6-6 Scalar Subquery Expressions 6-7 Scalar Subqueries: Examples 6-8 Correlated Subqueries 6-10 Using Correlated Subqueries 6-12 Using the EXISTS Operator 6-14 Find Employees Who Have At Least One Person Reporting to Them 6-15 Find All Departments That Do Not Have Any Employees 6-16 Correlated UPDATE 6-17 vi
  7. 7. SQL Star International Limited Using Correlated UPDATE 6-18 Correlated DELETE 6-20 Using Correlated DELETE 6-21 WITH Clause 6-22Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. WITH Clause: Example 6-23 Summary 6-25 Practice 6: Overview 6-27 7 Hierarchical Retrieval Objectives 7-2 Sample Data from the EMPLOYEES Table 7-3 Natural Tree Structure 7-4 a Hierarchical Queries 7-5 ) has Walking the Tree 7-6 c om ฺ Walking the Tree: From the Bottom Up 7-8 ailฺ uide Walking the Tree: From the Top Down 7-9 @ ngm t G rale tude Ranking Rows with the LEVEL Pseudocolumn 7-10 a hlk his S Formatting Hierarchical Reports Using LEVEL and LPAD 7-11 r Pruning Branches 7-13 A O ( se t Summary 7-14 I KR to u Practice 7: Overview N A 7-15nse U L M lice AH rable 8 Regular Expression Support R LE ansfe 8-2 Objectives A Regular Expression: Overview 8-3 AR on-tr Characters 8-4 K n Meta Using Meta Characters 8-5 Regular Expression Functions 8-7 REGEXP Function Syntax 8-8 Performing Basic Searches 8-9 Checking the Presence of a Pattern 8-10 Example of Extracting Substrings 8-11 Replacing Patterns 8-12 Regular Expressions and Check Constraints 8-13 Summary 8-14 Practice 8: Overview 8-15 Appendix A: Practice Solutions Appendix B: Table Descriptions and Data vii
  8. 8. SQL Star International Limited Appendix C: Writing Advanced Scripts Objectives C-2 Using SQL to Generate SQL C-3 Creating a Basic Script C-4Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Controlling the Environment C-5 The Complete Picture C-6 Dumping the Contents of a Table to a File C-7 Generating a Dynamic Predicate C-9 Summary C-11 Appendix D: Oracle Architectural Components Objectives D-2 a Oracle Database Architecture: Overview D-3 Database Physical Architecture D-4 ) has c om ฺ Control Files D-5 ailฺ uide Redo Log Files D-6 gm t G @ n rale tude Tablespaces and Data Files D-7 a Segments, Extents, and Blocks D-8 r hlk his S O ( se t Oracle Instance Management D-9 A Oracle Memory Structures D-10 I KR to u AN nse Oracle Processes D-12 L M lice Other Key Physical Structures D-13 U AH rable Processing a SQL Statement D-14 R Connecting to an Instance D-15 A LE ansfe Processing a Query D-17 AR on-tr K nShared Pool D-18 Database Buffer Cache D-20 Program Global Area (PGA) D-21 Processing a DML Statement D-22 Redo Log Buffer D-24 Rollback Segment D-25 COMMIT Processing D-26 Summary D-28 Appendix E: Using SQL Developer Objectives E-2 What Is Oracle SQL Developer? E-3 Key Features E-4 Installing SQL Developer E-5 Menus for SQL Developer E-6 Creating a Database Connection E-7 viii
  9. 9. SQL Star International Limited Browsing Database Objects E-9 Creating a Schema Object E-10 Creating a New Table: Example E-11 Using SQL Worksheet E-12Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Executing SQL Statements E-14 Viewing the Execution Plan E-15 Formatting the SQL Code E-16 Using Snippets E-17 Using Snippets: Example E-18 Using SQL*Plus E-19 Database Reporting E-20 Creating a User Defined Report E-21 a Summary E-22 ) has c om ฺ Index ailฺ uide gm t G @ n rale tude Additional Practices a r hlk his S O ( se t Additional Practice Solutions A I KR to u AN nse U L M lice R AH rable A LE ansfe AR on-tr K n ix
  10. 10. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. SQL Star International Limited a ) has c om ฺ ailฺ uide gm t G @ n a rale tude r hlk his S A O ( se t I KR to u AN nse U L M lice R AH rable A LE ansfe AR on-tr K n x
  11. 11. SQL Star International Limited _______________ AdditionalUnauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Practices _______________ a ) has c om ฺ ailฺ uide gm t G @ n a rale tude r hlk his S A O ( se t I KR to u AN nse U L M lice R AH rable A LE ansfe AR on-tr K n
  12. 12. SQL Star International Limited Additional Practices The following exercises can be used for extra practice after you have discussed data manipulation language (DML) and data definition language (DDL) statements in the lessons titled “Managing Schema Objects” and “Manipulating Large Data Sets.”Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Note: Run the lab_ap_cre_special_sal.sql, lab_ap_cre_sal_history.sql, and lab_ap_cre_mgr_history.sql scripts in the labs folder to create the SPECIAL_SAL, SAL_HISTORY, and MGR_HISTORY tables. 1. The Human Resources department wants to get a list of underpaid employees, the salary history of employees, and the salary history of managers based on an industry salary survey. So they have asked you to do the following: Write a statement to do the following: a has - Retrieve the employee ID, hire date, salary, and manager ID of those employees ) whose employee ID is more than or equal to 200 from the EMPLOYEES table. c om ฺ - If the salary is less than $5,000, insert the employee ID and salary into the SPECIAL_SAL table. ailฺ uide gm t G @ n - Insert the employee ID, hire date, and salary into the SAL_HISTORY table. a rale tude - Insert the employee ID, manager ID, and salary into the MGR_HISTORY table. r hlk his S inserted records.A O ( se t 2. Query the SPECIAL_SAL, SAL_HISTORY and MGR_HISTORY tables to view the I KR to u SPECIAL_SAL AN nse U L M lice R AH rable A LE ansfe AR on-tr K n SALARY_HISTORY
  13. 13. SQL Star International Limited Additional Practices (continued) MGR_HISTORYUnauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. 3. The DBA wants you to create a table, which has a primary key constraint, but wants the index to have a different name than the constraint. Create the a has LOCATIONS_NAMED_INDEX table based on the following table instance chart. Name the index for the PRIMARY KEY column as LOCATIONS_PK_IDX. ) c om ฺ Column Name Deptno Dname ailฺ uide @ gm t G ale tu n Primary Key Yes Data Type Number a rVARCHAR2 de r hlk his S Length 4 O ( se t 30 A u KR to display INDEX_NAME for the NI s o 4. Query the USER_INDEXES table e t A LOCATIONS_NAMED_INDEXn U L M lice table. R AH rable A LE ansfe AR on-tr K n Oracle Database 10g: SQL Fundamentals II Additional Practices-2
  14. 14. SQL Star International Limited Additional Practices (continued) The following exercises can be used for extra practice after you have discussed enhancements to the GROUP BY clause. 5. The Human Resources department requires some reports on certain departments. These are its requirements:Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. Write a query to display the following for those departments whose department ID is greater than 80: - The total salary for every job within a department - The total salary - The total salary for those cities in which the departments are located - The total salary for every job, irrespective of the department - The total salary for every department irrespective of the city - The total salary for the departments, irrespective of the job titles and cities a ) has c om ฺ ailฺ uide gm t G @ n a rale tude r hlk his S A O ( se t I KR to u AN nse U L M lice R AH rable A LE ansfe AR on-tr K n Oracle Database 10g: SQL Fundamentals II Additional Practices-3
  15. 15. SQL Star International Limited Additional Practices (continued) 6. The Accounting department requires an analysis on the maximum and minimum salaries by department, job, and manager. They have asked you to do the following: Write a query to display the following groupings: - Department ID, Job IDUnauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. - Job ID, Manager ID The query should calculate the maximum and minimum salaries for each of these groups. a ) has c om ฺ ailฺ uide gm t G @ n a rale tude … r hlk his S A O ( se t I KR to u AN nse U L M lice R AH rable A LE ansfe AR on-tr K n Oracle Database 10g: SQL Fundamentals II Additional Practices-4
  16. 16. SQL Star International Limited Additional Practices (continued) The following exercises can be used for extra practice after you have discussed the datetime functions. You work for a global company and the new vice president of operations wants to know the different time zones of all the company branches. He has requested the following information:Unauthorized reproduction or distribution prohibited. Copyright© 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. 7. Alter the session to set the NLS_DATE_FORMAT to DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS. 8. a. Write queries to display the time zone offsets (TZ_OFFSET) for the following time zones: Australia/Sydney a Chile/Easter Island h as o m) a ilฺc ideฺ @ n gm t Gu a rale tude time zone offset of b. Alter the session to set the TIME_ZONE parameter value to the Australia/Sydney. r hlk his S A O ( se t KR to u c. Display SYSDATE, CURRENT_DATE, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, and LOCALTIMESTAMP for I session. N this se MA be different based on the date when the command is executed. n lice Note: The output may U L AH rable R fe LE athessession to set the TIME_ZONE parameter value to the time zone offset of Alter n RAd. Chile/Easter Island. r KA non-t Note: The results of the preceding question are based on a different date, and in some cases, they will not match the actual results that the students get. Also, the time zone offset of the various countries may differ based on the daylight saving time. e. Display SYSDATE, CURRENT_DATE, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, and LOCALTIMESTAMP for this session. Note: The output may be different based on the date when the command is executed. f. Alter the session to set the NLS_DATE_FORMAT to DD-MON-YYYY. Oracle Database 10g: SQL Fundamentals II Additional Practices-5

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