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Introduction to Oracle9i SQL®
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Exam Number: 1Z0-007
Associated Certifications: Oracle9i DBA OCA
Application Developer R.6i OCP
Application Developer R.9i OCA
Exam Price: $ 1669
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Duration: 120 minutes
# of Questions: 52
Passing Score: 71%
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Training Additional Information & Resources Exam Topics Fraudulent Activity Policy
Oracle University training and preparation:
Oracle Database: Introduction to SQL (Bundle) - May not be available in all regions
Oracle Database: SQL Fundamentals I - Only available as part of Oracle Database: Introduction to SQL (Bundle) in some regions
These earlier courses are still valid exam preparation tools but are no longer being scheduled:
Introduction to Oracle9i: SQL
Oracle Database 10g: Introduction to SQL
Oracle Database 10g: SQL Fundamentals I
Note: The Oracle Database Introduction to SQL course covers additional topics that are not covered on the exam.
Introduction to Oracle9i: SQL Self-Study CD Course (NETg Oracle) - Self-Study CD-ROMs are an excellent tool to help you prepare for your exam. SSCDs reinforce the course
material and allow you to focus on sections that you need to review. Note: the SSCDs do not count towards your course requirements for certification and should be used as a study aid
Additional Information & Resources
Practice Exams
Oracle authorized practice exam from Kaplan SelfTest. 1Z0-007 Introduction to Oracle9i: SQL
Oracle authorized practice exam from Transcender: Cert-1Z0-007 : DBCert: Introduction to 9i: SQL
Candidate Guides
Oracle9i DBA Certification Exam Candidate Guide
Application Developer 6i OCP Candidate Guide
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Application Developer 9i Candidate Guide
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Exam Topics
Writing Basic SQL Select Statements
[ ] List the capabilities of SQL SELECT statements
[ ] Execute a basic SELECT statement
[ ] Differentiate between SQL statements and
iSQL*Plus commands
Restricting and Sorting Data
[ ] Limit the rows retrieved by a query
[ ] Sort the rows retrieved by a query
Single-Row Functions
[ ] Describe various types of functions available in SQL
[ ] Use character, number, and date functions in
SELECT statements
[ ] Use conversion functions
Displaying Data from Multiple Tables
[ ] Write SELECT statements to access data from more
than one table using equality and nonequality joins
[ ] View data that generally does not meet a join
condition by using outer joins
[ ] Join a table to itself using a self-join
Aggregating Data using Group Functions
[ ] Identify the available group functions
[ ] Use group functions
[ ] Group data using the GROUP BY clause
[ ] Include or exclude grouped rows by using the
HAVING clause
[ ] Describe the types of problems that subqueries can
[ ] Define subqueries
[ ] List the types of subqueries
[ ] Write single-row and multiple-row subqueries
Producing Readable Output with iSQL*Plus
[ ] Produce queries that require a substitution variable
[ ] Produce more readable output
[ ] Create and execute script files
Manipulating Data
[ ] Describe each DML statement
[ ] Insert rows into a table
[ ] Update rows in a table
[ ] Delete rows from a table
[ ] Merge rows in a table
[ ] Control transactions
Creating and Managing Tables
[ ] Describe the main database objects
[ ] Create tables
[ ] Describe the datatypes that can be used when
specifying column definition
[ ] Alter table definitions
[ ] Drop, rename and truncate tables
Including Constraints
[ ] Describe constraints
[ ] Create and maintain constraints
Creating Views
[ ] Describe a view
[ ] Create, alter the definition, and drop a view
[ ] Retrieve data through a view
[ ] Insert, update and delete data through a view
Creating Other Database Objects
[ ] Create, maintain and use sequences
[ ] Create and maintain indexes
[ ] Create private and public synonyms
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