Oracle Database 12c: PL/SQL III - Advanced Programming & Tuning

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Description:
The PL/SQL programming language is at the core of most Oracle database applications. This training course will give attention to three fundamental pillars of effective implementation of PL/SQL applications. First, we will explore the advanced features of the language that allow powerful and adaptable database applications to be built. Next, we will discuss performance tuning techniques that allow these applications to run efficiently. Finally, we will consider critical security measures which should be implemented to counter hacker attacks and other security threats.
Prerequisites:
Specific prerequisites for this course are the following titles, or equivalent experience:
ORACLE DATABASE 12C: SQL FUNDAMENTALS (LEVELS I & II)
ORACLE DATABASE 12C: PL/SQL FUNDAMENTALS (LEVELS I & II)
The objectives for this course are as follows:
Among the specific topics contained within these training materials are:
Invoking external procedures and integrating these into PL/SQL applications. These include external Java classes using the JDBC interface and external C programs contained within DLL libraries.
Using dynamic SQL to extend the functionality and flexibility of database programs, including the DBMS_SQL() system-‐supplied package for maximum flexibility.
Identifying SQL injection attack vulnerabilities within an application and applying countermeasures to address security risks and protect against hacking.
Incorporating collections and other advanced types into application logic to increase efficiency and execution speed.
Working with LOBs, including piece-‐wise data manipulation and dynamic modification of SecureFiles storage options.
Expanding database application functionality with advanced system-‐supplied database utility packages, integrating ones applications with external mail systems, database internals and other facilities.
Tuning with the DBMS_PROFILER() system-‐supplied package and debugging with the DBMS_TRACE() system-‐supplied package.
Writing efficient PL/SQL code and avoiding common coding mistakes.
Enabling native compilation and execution of all database-‐resident program units.
Controlling and managing PL/SQL compilation for high-‐efficiency execution.
Analyze PL/SQL code structure by means of the PL/Scope facility.
Analyze PL/SQL application performance and tune bottlenecks using the PL/SQL Hierarchical Profiler.
Implementing fine-‐grained security mechanisms as part of an advanced security model using application contexts and the Oracle virtual private database (VPD).
Dynamic partitioning and DML parallelization using the system-‐supplied package DBMS_PARALLEL_EXECUTE().
Using the wrap utility to hide the source code of database-‐resident programs, even from the owner or authorized users of the programs.
Advanced Programming: Why Needed & PL/SQL Execution Internals:
Why Advanced Programming?
SQL & PL/SQL Execution Internals
SQL & PL/SQL PGA Internals
Advanced Programming: Using Collections:
About Collections
Bulk Bind Using Collections
About SQL%BULK_ROWCOUNT()
About SQL%BULK_EXCEPTIONS()
Collection Methods
More About RETURNING Clause
Advanced Collection Features
IN INDICES OF Clause
IN VALUES OF Clause
Advanced Programming: Java & C Interface Methods:
Advanced Program Interfaces
Calling Java Classes
Calling C Programs
System-‐Supplied Packages: DBMS_METADATA() Part I:
Why Retrieve Object Definitions?
Retrieving Default Metadata
Retrieving Customized Metadata
Using SET_COUNT()
Using ADD_TRANSFORM()
Using FETCH DDL()
Calling FETCH_DDL()
System-‐Supplied Packages: DBMS_METADATA() Part II:
SET_TRANSFORM_PARAM()
GET_QUERY()
System-‐Supplied Packages: DBMS_METADATA() Part III:
FETCH CLOB()
SET_FILTER() Dependent Objects
SET_PARSE_ITEM()
Primary & Dependent Object DDL
System-‐Supplied Packages: DBMS_REDEFINITION():
About Table Redefinition
Using DBMS_REDEFINITION()
DBA_REDEFINITION_ERRORS
CAN_REDEF_TABLE()
START_REDEF_TABLE()
FINISH_REDEF_TABLE()
ABORT_REDEF_TABLE()
COPY_TABLE_DEPENDENTS()
SYNC_INTERIM_TABLE()
System-‐Supplied Packages: DBMS_LOB():
Working With External BFILES
Working With Internal LOBS
SUBSTR()
INSTR()
Dynamic SECUREFILE Options
High-‐Performance: Advanced System-‐Supplied Packages:
COMPRESSION & UTL_COMPRESS()
LZ_COMPRESS()
LZ_UNCOMPRESS()
DBMS_DESCRIBE()
UTL_MAIL()
DBMS_UTILITY()
COMPILE_SCHEMA()
DB_VERSION()
GET_PARAMETER_VALUE()
WAIT_ON_PENDING_DML()
GET_TIME()
GET_ENDIANNESS()
DBMS_FILE_TRANSFER()
High Performance: Programming & Coding Techniques:
Autonomous Transactions
Using NOCOPY FOR Parameters
Choosing The Optimum Data Type
About NOT NULL
Useful PL/SQL Coding Techniques
Handling String Literals
User-‐Defined SQL Functions
High Performance: Influencing Oracle Pl/Sql Compilation:
PL/SQL Compiler Optimization
PLSQL_OPTIMIZE_LEVEL
Controlling Compilation Messages
PL/SQL Native Execution
Wrapping Source Code
High Performance: Dynamic Partitioning & Parallelization:
Dynamic Partitioning (Chunks)
Creating & Processing Chunks
CREATE_TASK()
CREATE_CHUNKS_BY_ROWID()
CREATE_CHUNKS_BY_NUMBER_COL()
EXECUTE_RUN_TASK()
TASK_STATUS()
DROP_TASK()
Monitoring Chunk Processing
High Performance: Using PL/SCOPE For Code Analysis:
Configuring PL/SCOPE
PLSCOPE_SETTINGS
Using PL/SCOPE Data
High Performance: Tuning With The Hierarchical Profiler:
What Is The Hierarchical Profiler?
Configuring The Profiler
Managing Profiler Runs
Analyzing Profiler Data
Interpreting The Results
DBMSHP_RUNS
DBMSHP_FUNCTION_INFO
DBMSHP_PARENT_CHILD_INFO
High Performance: Debugging With DBMS_TRACE():
Using The Trace Facility
DBMS_TRACE() To Manage Runs
Examining The Trace Data
EVENT_KIND Values
Application Security: SQL Injection Attacks:
Understanding The Threat
Applying Countermeasures Application Security: Virtual Private Databases
Understanding VPDS
Preparing For A VPD
Configuring A VPD
Managing Application Contexts
Managing Policies & Security Rules