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Advanced Oracle PL/SQL
Course length:
4 Days
Course Web Page:
Class Overview 
In this Advanced Oracle PL/SQL class, students learn to develop database server-side PL/SQL programunits within an Oracle database.
Class Goals 
Understanding application partitioning within a client/server or multi-tiered web-based architecture.
Understanding the basic form and structure of program units stored within the database.
Building and maintaining database stored program units.
Encapsulating stored units within packages and taking advantage of accompanying advancedprogramming techniques such as cursor variables and cursor expressions.
Handling intricate theoretical challenges, such as mutating tables.
Building and maintaining DML-event and system-event database triggers.
Discuss the storage and execution model for database programs and how one can write efficientprograms to maximize performance.
Using system-supplied packages to extend the power of your SQL statements and PL/SQL applications.
Class Prerequisites 
Experience with Oracle SQL as taught in our Introduction to Oracle SQL and Advanced Oracle SQLclasses.
Experience with Oracle PL/SQL as taught in our Introduction to Oracle PL/ SQL course
Class Outline 
I.Introducing Database Program Units
I.A.Types Of Pl/SQL Program UnitsI.B.Types Of Stored Program UnitsI.C.Advantages Of Using Stored Program UnitsI.D.Development Tools
II.Creating Stored Procedures & Functions
II.A.Creating Procedures & FunctionsII.B.Executing Procedures & FunctionsII.C.Handling Compilation ErrorsPage 1 of 3http://www.webucator.com
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877-WEBUCATE (877-932-8228)
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III.Maintaining Stored Procedures & Functions
III.A.About Application MaintenanceIII.B.Recompiling & Dropping ProgramsIII.C.Data Dictionary StorageIII.D.Managing Dependencies
IV.Creating & Maintaining Packages
IV.A.About PackagesIV.B.Creating PackagesIV.C.Advanced Programming TechniquesIV.D.Maintaining Packages
V.Advanced Cursor Techniques
V.A.Using Cursor Variables
VI.Using System-Supplied Packages
VI.A.Dbms_Output()VI.B.Utl_File()
VII.Creating Database Triggers
VII.A.About Database TriggersVII.B.Statement-Level TriggersVII.C.Row-Level TriggersVII.D.Examples Of TriggersVII.E.Instead Of TriggersVII.F.Employing Triggers With An Application
VIII.Maintaining Database Triggers
VIII.A.About Trigger MaintenanceVIII.B.Call SyntaxVIII.C.Multiple Triggers Per EventVIII.D.Trigger Maintenance TasksVIII.E.Handling Mutating Table Issues
IX.Implementing System Event Triggers
IX.A.What Are System Event Triggers?IX.B.Defining The ScopeIX.C.Available System EventsIX.D.System Event AttributesPage 2 of 3http://www.webucator.com
Toll-free:
877-WEBUCATE (877-932-8228)
From outside the U.S.:
315-446-0560
Fax:
315-410-5320

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