Oracle Database 11g: SQL Fundamentals II

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Description:
The primary objective of this course is to consider advanced subjects and techniques pertaining to the SQL database language, based upon the latest features available with the Oracle release. Even professionals experienced in other implementations of the industry-standard SQL language will benefit from the advanced and Oracle-specific features of SQL discussed in this course. This enhanced and expanded revision includes many new and expanded conceptual subjects, including: Learn to use the SQL99 join syntax and learn about the full range of join operations available, such as natural join, inner join, cross join, outer joins and others. Perform advanced SQL queries using techniques such as CASE structures, rollup and cube operations. Moving beyond basic table definitions, learn to define the full range of database objects, such as advanced table definitions and the creation of indexes, sequences, views and others. Use the powerful set of built-in SQL functions. These functions provide sophisticated manipulation of character, numeric and date data elements. Taking advantage of the latest features found within the Oracle release, such as the handling and tolerating DML errors without application interruption, newly added functions, and other topics. Obtain database object metadata from the data dictionary. Understand basic database security and object privileges. Protect database integrity and extend the conceptual data model using declarative constraints. Using SQL Developer and other available SQL interfaces. Develop complex SQL*Plus reports and reusable SQL*Plus scripts, as well as control the SQL*Plus environment.

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Prerequisites:
ORACLE DATABASE 11G: SQL FUNDAMENTALS I is a mandatory prerequisite for this course.
Sql99 Join Techniques:
Cross Joins
Natural Joins
Inner Joins
Outer Joins
Anti Joins
Using Named Subqueries
Enhancing Groups With Rollup & Cube :
Using Rollup
Using Cube
Using The Case Expression:
Sql Functions: Character:
String Formatting Functions
Ascii Codes Functions
Pad & Trim Functions
String Manipulation Functions
String Comparison Functions
Phonetic Search Functions
Sql Functions: Numeric:
About The Numeric Functions
Null Value Functions
Sql Functions: Date :
Date Format Functions
Date Arithmetic Functions
Database Objects: Relational Views:
About Database Objects
About Relational Views
Updating View Data
Maintaining View Definitions
Alter View
Drop View
Database Objects: Data Dictionary Storage:
About The Data Dictionary
Object-Specific Dictionary Views
User_Updatable_Columns
Understanding The Data Dictionary Structure
Database Objects: Indexes :
About Indexes
Use B-Tree Indexes
Database Objects: Other Objects :
More About Creating Tables
About Sequences
Alter Sequence & Drop Sequence
Alter Sequence
Drop Sequence
About Synonyms
Drop Synonym
Create Schema Authorization
Database Objects: Security :
User Passwords
Object Security
Data Integrity Using Constraints:
About Constraints
Not Null Constraint
Check Constraint
Unique Constraint
Primary Key Constraint
References Constraint
Defining Constraints On Existing Tables
Managing Constraint Definitions:
Renaming & Dropping Constraints
Enabling & Disabling Constraints
Deferred Enforcement
Set Constraints
Handling Constraint Exceptions
Constraints With Views
Data Dictionary Storage
Advanced Sql*Plus Reports :
Break
Compute
Column
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