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Oracle 11g PL/SQL Part 1

An Introduction to the PL/SQL Database Programming Language

By Intellezy Learning | in Online Courses

The primary objective of this Oracle 11g training course is to provide an introduction to the PL/SQL database programming language covering syntax, structure, and features of the language within the context of database applications and programming. This Oracle 11g course will prepare students for the Oracle certification exams (OCP).

  • Access 51 lectures & 9 hours of content 24/7
  • Work with Oracle database tools
  • Learn about the language features
  • Use the DECLARE, BEGIN, & EXCEPTION clauses
  • Understand the concept & purpose of explicit cursors
  • Learn the difference between Global vs Local Objects and Exceptions
  • Know what subprograms are & how they are different from nested blocks
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  • Experience level required: beginner
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  • Any device with basic specifications

Course Outline

  • Your First Program
  • Introduction
    • Introduction - 3:06
  • Preparing Your Environment
    • Course Setup - 37:03
  • Working with Oracle Database Tools
    • Selecting the Appropriate Database Tool - 30:45
  • Language Features
    • Understanding PL SQL - 17:59
    • PL SQL Blocks - 15:19
    • Working with SQL Plus - 11:00
  • The DECLARE Clause
    • DECLARE Clause Objects - 16:25
    • PL SQL Available Data Types - 16:55
    • Declaring Simple Data Types and Assignments - 12:16
    • Declaring Complex Data Types and Assignments - 10:38
    • Declaring Complex RowTypes and Assignments - 7:02
    • Declaring Complex Tables - 7:44
    • Declaring Complex Records - 8:12
    • Creating and Declaring User-Defined Types - 8:48
  • The BEGIN Clause
    • What Can Be Included in the BEGIN Clause - 7:02
    • Working with CHAR and VARCHAR2 Variables - 7:30
    • Handling String Literals - 7:41
    • Working with Numeric Variables - 6:40
    • Working with Date Variables - 6:00
    • Assigning and Using Boolean Variables - 7:44
    • Using Comparison Operators - 7:24
    • Using SQL Functions - 6:04
    • SQL DML within PL SQL - 15:05
    • Using SELECT - 6:32
    • Exceptions and Embedded SQL - 11:16
    • Using Sequences - 14:28
    • Logic Control and Branching - 6:58
    • Using GOTO - 5:52
    • Working with LOOPS - 18:53
    • Creating and Using the Indefinite Loop - 6:59
    • Creating and Using the Conditional Loop - 8:48
    • Using Nested Loops - 11:33
    • Using the If-Then-Else - 18:54
    • Using the CASE Statement - 17:43
  • The EXCEPTION Clause
    • What Are the Types of Exceptions - 5:31
    • Trapping Exceptions - 5:32
    • Identify Exception Details - 10:57
    • Creating User-Defined Exceptions - 10:49
    • Using SQLCODE and SQLERRM Objects - 8:29
    • Understand the Implicit Cursor - 14:37
    • Creating User-Defined Events - 12:26
  • Explicit Cursors
    • Understanding the Concept and Purpose of Explicit Cursors - 18:10
    • Learn about Cursor Attribute - 10:12
    • Using the Continue Statement - 5:44
    • Working with Updateable Cursors - 19:25
    • Creating and Using Cursor Parameters - 14:45
    • FOR...LOOP Cursors - 6:53
  • Nested Blocks
    • Understanding Nested Blocks - 10:46
    • Understanding the Difference between Global vs Local Objects and Exceptions - 12:35
  • Declared Subprograms
    • What Are Subprograms and How Are They Different from Nested Blocks - 17:37
  • Conclusion
    • Course Recap - 3:52

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Oracle 11g PL/SQL Part 2

Learn More Advanced Programming Concepts & Techniques

By Intellezy Learning | in Online Courses

In part 2, students will dive into topics such as understanding the basic form and structure of program units stored within the database, building and maintaining stored procedures, functions, packaged programs, and database triggers. Additional topics include taking advantage of advanced programming techniques such as cursor variables and cursor expressions. This Oracle 11g course will prepare students for the Oracle certification exams (OCP).

  • Access 46 lectures & 10 hours of content 24/7
  • Understand basic form & structure of program units stored within the database
  • Build & maintain stored procedures, functions, packaged programs, & database triggers
  • Learn advanced programming techniques such as cursos variables & expressions
Intellezy Learning
A professional delivery should be accompanied by an equally impressive presentation. While other video eLearning solutions utilize "at-home technology" to film and produce content, Intellezy’s video library is produced by professionals, in a studio, for professionals like you. Start watching and find out how valuable 3 minutes can be.
Intellezy Learning
A professional delivery should be accompanied by an equally impressive presentation. While other video eLearning solutions utilize "at-home technology" to film and produce content, Intellezy’s video library is produced by professionals, in a studio, for professionals like you. Start watching and find out how valuable 3 minutes can be.

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction - 2:40
  • Preparing Your Environment
    • Install Oracle XE - 10:59
    • SQL Developer Installation - 19:47
    • Workstation Setup - 12:14
  • Database Program Units
    • Introducing the Database Program Unit - 19:05
  • Working with Stored Procedures and Functions
    • Creating Stored Procedures and Functions - 18:44
    • Understanding the Parameter Specification - 22:57
    • Executing Procedures and Functions - 26:11
    • Calling Functions from within SQL - 13:05
    • Handling Compilation Errors - 8:19
  • Maintaining Stored Procedures and Functions
    • Recompiling and Dropping Programs - 16:06
    • Data Dictionary Storage - 24:47
    • Managing Dependencies - 12:52
    • Tracking Dependencies - 8:25
    • Using the Dependency Tracking Utility - 9:25
  • Creating and Maintaining Packages
    • What Is a Package? - 10:02
    • Creating a Package - 19:03
    • Package Definition Information - 7:51
    • Advanced Programming Techniques - 6:06
    • Using Persistent Global Objects - 3:36
    • Including Initialization Logic - 15:17
    • Object Oriented Support within Packages - 13:44
    • Package Maintenance - 17:47
  • Advanced Cursor Techniques
    • Learning to Use Cursor Variables - 23:38
    • Weak Cursor Definitions - 16:10
    • REFCURSOR Cursor Definition - 5:06
    • Using Cursor Expressions - 13:36
  • Using System Supplied Packages
    • Using the DBMS OUTPUT () Package - 11:38
    • Using System Supplied Packages Using the UTL_FILE() Package - 29:29
  • Creating Database Triggers
    • Understanding the Database Trigger - 23:18
    • Statement-Level Triggers - 22:35
    • Row-Level Triggers - 12:04
    • Row Level Trigger Example 1 - 11:08
    • Row Level Trigger Example 2 - 7:24
    • Row Level Trigger Example 3 - 7:35
    • Working with the INSTEAD OF Trigger - 10:53
    • Using Triggers within an Application - 8:47
  • Trigger Maintenance
    • Using the CALL Statement - 9:08
    • Trigger Maintenance Tasks - 12:14
    • Working with Multiple Triggers for a Single Table - 10:46
    • Handling Mutating Table Issues - 22:09
    • Using the Compound Trigger - 5:34
  • Working with System Event Triggers
    • What Is a System Event Trigger? - 5:25
    • Defining Scope - 3:36
    • Identifying Available System Events - 12:12
  • Conclusion
    • Course Recap - 1:31

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