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Oracle SQL Foundation Training Course

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Oracle SQL Foundation training course (code: ORACSQL)

TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW

Our Oracle SQL Foundation training course is very hands on and includes basic and powerful techniques that can be applied up to and including Oracle12C SQL. This course is packed with explanation, review and straight forward examples.

AUDIENCE

The course is suitable for any personnel involved in the maintenance of Oracle applications and databases and for users with some technical knowledge who wish to extend that knowledge and for end users who wish to construct their own reports. The course is a pre-requisite for the Database Administration and PL/SQL Courses. The skills learnt on this course can be applied to any Oracle Database version including 8i, 9i, 10g and 11g.

CONTENT

DETAILHIGHLIGHTS

•    Using SQL*Developer, SQL*Plus / if possible your own site choice (e.g. TOAD)
•    Introducing RDBMS tables, rows, columns, views
•    Introducing  to the Oracle Data Dictionary
•    Basic Select statement components  including
Distinct,  as, Where, Order by,  Sorting with null values, AND, OR,
 < = >  <>  in, between, like, null value management  
•    SQL Functions  (scalar and aggregate) including
Substr,  nvl/coalesce ,  instr,  replace, ltrim, rtrim, lpad, rpad, length, upper, lower
Round, trunc,  abs, mod
To_char,  to_date, next_day,  last_day, add_months, months_between
Min, max, sum, avg, count
•    SQL Date arithmetic  
•    Case Oracle8i  and Oracle9i  
•    SQL Subqueries (correlated and non-correlated) IN, EXISTS, NOT
•    SQL Joins (inner and Outer) using ANSI standard and Oracle (+) syntax
•    SQL Group By  
•    Simple rollup and Cube
•    (optional) SQL Set management ( UNION, INTERSECTION,  MINUS)
•    Insert, update, delete, truncate

(Optional  4th day  DDL, choose from )  
•    Creating, altering and dropping Tables  
•    Creating and Managing Sequences
•    Creating Indexes (non unique, simple, composite, function-driven )
•    Creating and managing Primary, Unique and Foreign keys
•    Creating and using simple views
•    Granting to other users

Exercises
This course provides a series of progressive and thoughtful exercises to reinforce course teaching.  Exercises range from Try-This-Now quick work to longer, more thoughtful  work. Typically, course content is organised so that for every hour of the course, delegates have an exercise to do

Each Delegate Receives
1.    A workbook with a set of course foils and exercises
2.    A course disk with exercises and solutions where appropriate. Exercises include tables and data so that course work can be repeated later.

 

•    Using SQL*Developer, SQL*Plus / if possible your own site choice (e.g. TOAD)
•    Introducing RDBMS tables, rows, columns, views
•    Introducing  to the Oracle Data Dictionary
•    Basic Select statement components  including
Distinct,  as, Where, Order by,  Sorting with null values, AND, OR,
 < = >  <>  in, between, like, null value management  
•    SQL Functions  (scalar and aggregate) including
Substr,  nvl/coalesce ,  instr,  replace, ltrim, rtrim, lpad, rpad, length, upper, lower
Round, trunc,  abs, mod
To_char,  to_date, next_day,  last_day, add_months, months_between
Min, max, sum, avg, count
•    SQL Date arithmetic  
•    Case Oracle8i  and Oracle9i  
•    SQL Subqueries (correlated and non-correlated) IN, EXISTS, NOT
•    SQL Joins (inner and Outer) using ANSI standard and Oracle (+) syntax
•    SQL Group By  
•    Simple rollup and Cube
•    (optional) SQL Set management ( UNION, INTERSECTION,  MINUS)
•    Insert, update, delete, truncate

(Optional  4th day  DDL, choose from )  
•    Creating, altering and dropping Tables  
•    Creating and Managing Sequences
•    Creating Indexes (non unique, simple, composite, function-driven )
•    Creating and managing Primary, Unique and Foreign keys
•    Creating and using simple views
•    Granting to other users

Exercises
OSQLF provides a series of progressive and thoughtful exercises to reinforce course teaching.  Exercises range from Try-This-Now quick work to longer, more thoughtful  work. Typically, course content is organised so that for every hour of the course, delegates have an exercise to do

Each Delegate Receives
1.    A workbook with a set of course foils and exercises
2.    A course disk with exercises and solutions where appropriate. Exercises include tables and data so that course work can be repeated later.

 

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