Oracle Database 11g: PL/SQL Fundamentals II Develop Program Units

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Description:
The objective of this course is to equip students to develop database server-side PL/SQL program units within an Oracle database. Major subject areas to be explored and secondary objectives are: Understanding application partitioning within a client/server or multi-tiered web-based systems architecture. Understanding the basic form and structure of program units stored within the database. Building and maintaining database-resident program units. Encapsulating program units within packages and taking advantage of accompanying advanced programming techniques such as cursor variables and cursor expressions. Handling intricate theoretical challenges, such as mutating tables. Building and maintaining DML-event and system-event database triggers, including advanced techniques using both simple triggers and compound triggers. Discuss the storage and execution model for database programs and how one can write efficient programs to maximize performance. Using system-supplied packages to extend the power of your SQL statements and PL/SQL applications.

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Prerequisites:
The following courses are mandatory prerequisites for this course:
ORACLE DATABASE 11G: SQL FUNDAMENTALS COMPLETE LIBRARY
ORACLE DATABASE 11G: PL/SQL FUNDAMENTALS I
Introducing Database Program Units:
About Database Program Units
Types Of Pl/Sql Program Units
Types Of Stored Program Units
Advantages Of Using Stored Program Units
Creating Stored Procedures & Functions:
About Stored Procedures & Functions
Creating Procedures & Functions
Executing Procedures & Functions
Maintaining Stored Procedures & Functions:
Recompiling & Dropping Programs
Data Dictionary Storage
Managing Dependencies
Creating & Maintaining Packages:
About Packages
Creating Packages
Advanced Programming Techniques
Maintaining Packages
Advanced Cursor Techniques:
Using Cursor Variables
Using Cursor Expressions
Using System-Supplied Packages:
Dbms_Output()
Utl_File()
Creating Database Triggers:
About Database Triggers
Statement-Level Triggers
Row-Level Triggers
Examples Of Triggers
Instead Of Triggers
Employing Triggers Within An Application
Maintaining Database Triggers:
Call Syntax
Trigger Maintenance Tasks
Show Errors Trigger
Drop Trigger
Alter Trigger
Handling Multiple Triggers For A Table
Handling Mutating Table Issues
Implementing System Event Triggers :
What Are System Event Triggers?
Defining The Scope
Available System Events
System Event Attributes