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Oracle 12c SQL

The Oracle 12c SQL training course gives a complete introduction to Oracle 12c's version of SQL, covering the SQL*Plus toolkit and Oracle 12c RDBMS contextual operating environment.

Learning Objectives

This Oracle 12c course gives a complete introduction to Oracle 12c's version of SQL, covering the SQL*Plus toolkit and Oracle 12c RDBMS contextual operating environment. It is an essential building block for all users of Oracle 's full technology range, including database technology, development tools, and web technologies. The course comprehensively introduces the ANSI standard features of the Oracle 12c SQL implementation.

Pre-Requisites

PC Fundamentals

Course Content

Oracle Overview

Introducing Oracle

The Elements of the Oracle System

Relational Concepts

 

SQL*Plus and SQL

Introduction

Logging on to SQL*Plus and Leaving SQL*Plus

Choosing and Describing Tables

Elements of the SQL Query

The SQL Buffer and Query Layout

Editing SQL Statements

The System Dummy Table

Selecting Columns

Duplicate Information (DISTINCT)

Sorting Information

 

SQL Functions

The Concatenation Operator

Elements of the SQL Query: Arithmetic

Column Aliases

String Functions

Arithmetic Functions

Date Functions

Mixed Functions

 

Advanced SQL Functions

Nesting Different Functions

 

Filtering Data Using Where

Where Operators

Where with Keywords

Where and Logical Operators

Where and Soundex

 

Retrieving Multiple Table Data

Joining Tables (Equi-Joins)

Aliases for Table Names

Thinking behind creating Joins

Joining Tables (Non-Equi-Joins)

Joining Tables (Outer Joins)

Joining Tables (Inner Joins)

 

Group By / Group By Functions

Group Function Examples

Group Function with Having

Object Support

 

Sub-Queries

Basic Subqueries

Multiple Column Subqueries

Subqueries with Having

Correlated Subqueries

Subquery Rules and Suggestions

 

Introduction to Data Definition Language (DDL)

Create, Drop Alter Keywords

Tables/Partitioning/Column

Views/Synonyms/Sequences

 

Integrity Constraints

Types of Constraint

Referential Integrity

Defining Constraints

Integrity Constraints and Data Dictionary

Alter table

 

Indexes

Create Index

Unique Option

When and What to Index

Drop Index

Validate Index

Index Type Overview

 

Data Manipulation Lang (DML)

Insert /Update/Delete

OPS Commands (Commit, Rollback and Savepoints)

 

Data Control Language (DCL)

Data Security

Grant and Revoke

 

SQL*Plus Reporting

Introducing SQL*Plus for Reporting

Using SQL*Plus

Using the System Editor for SQL*Plus

SQL*Plus Command Variables

Building SQL*Plus Reports

Titles and Headings

Using NEW_VALUE and OLD_VALUE

 

ANSI Standardisation

Oracle (since 9ir2) Joins improvements

Case Expressions

SQL NULLIF and COALESCE

Scalar Subqueries

Date Datatype

TIMESTAMP Datatype

INTERVAL Datatypes

CURRENT_DATE

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