Oracle Database 12c: Advanced SQL

Oracle Database 12c: Advanced SQL
Oracle Database 12c: Advanced SQL

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 36m | 340 MB
eLearning | Skill level: Intermediate


Mastering SQL is an essential skill for any Oracle professional—and the first step in becoming a true Oracle expert. In this course, Oracle instructor and consultant David Yahalom covers advanced aspects of coding using SQL in an Oracle Database 12c environment. David goes over key topics that can help you develop your Oracle SQL expertise, including database concurrency; transactions; Oracle-specific schema objects such as indexes and PL/SQL procedures, functions, and packages; and table partitioning.

Topics include:

  • Setting up the Oracle Database 12c environment
  • Writing subqueries and inline views
  • Creating table indexes to boost query performance
  • Using the Oracle Data Dictionary
  • Database transactions
  • Creating sequences and triggers
  • Table partitioning benefits
  • Using LIST, RANGE, and HASH partitions
+ Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Welcome
2 What you need to know
3 Exercise files

Setting Up the Environment
4 Oracle Developer VM overview
5 Open Oracle SQL Developer
6 Create a database connection

Subqueries
7 Introduction to subqueries
8 Using single-value subqueries
9 Using multiple-value subqueries
10 Using correlated subqueries
11 Using multicolumn subqueries
12 Using inline views

Indexes
13 Introduction to indexes
14 Creating indexes

The Oracle Data Dictionary
15 Introduction to the Oracle data dictionary
16 Using the DICT view
17 Querying data dictionary views

Database Concurrency
18 Overview of database transactions
19 Database transactions in action
20 Transaction locks

Advanced Oracle Schema Objects
21 Introduction to sequences
22 Creating sequences
23 Using identity columns
24 Introduction to table triggers
25 Creating triggers
26 Introduction to PL_SQL procedures
27 Introduction to PL_SQL functions
28 Introduction to PL_SQL packages
29 Creating PL_SQL procedures and functions
30 Creating synonyms
31 Creating simple views
32 Creating complex views

Table Partitioning
33 Introduction to partitioning
34 Table partitioning benefits
35 Table partitioning types
36 Using LIST partitions
37 Splitting LIST partitions
38 Using RANGE partitions
39 Using HASH partitions

Conclusion
40 What’s next

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