Oracle SQL Training
We are currently offering a top quality oracle SQL training program for interested students and professionals. Registration for our Oracle SQL classes is open for anyone in the world because it is an online course. Also there is no prerequisite required for this course.
Students can use this training to prepare for most of the topics required to pass the Oracle Database 12c SQL 1Z0-071 exam as part of their Oracle OCA and OCP certification. Once you complete this course, you can register for the Oracle PL/SQL training program to prepare for the Oracle Database 11g: Program with PL/SQL Exam 1Z0-144 exam. If you pass both these exams, you will get the Oracle OCA certification.
1. 12 months of on demand access to all the videos on a 24*7 basis.
2. There are 20 videos in this course with each video about 1.5 hours in duration.
3. Each student receives a dedicated Remote Desktop Connection for 6 months of access. (with an option to increase the access duration to 1 year.)
5. The course fee is $299.
6. The training starts with fundamentals of SQL language and goes all the way to expert level SQL topics. The training also contains topics on how to perform a comprehensive relational database design.
7. Students can use this training as a prerequisite course for Oracle, MS SQL Server and the Hadoop framework.
8. The lab exercises contain sample tables developed by DBA University with custom data records.
Oracle SQL skills are a must for any Information Technology job today. Furthermore, because of the standard nature of the SQL language syntax, one can use these skills even for working with a MS SQL Server database and working with Hadoop for Big Data analysis as well.
Additionally, there is a huge demand for Oracle SQL skills in any Oracle related software development position. One any given day one can find 20,000+ new job vacancies that require SQL language skills.
These skills are also mandatory for varied IT positions such as QA Engineer, Business Analyst, Project Manager and Big Data analyst roles.
Relational database design
Computer Database Concepts
Relational Database Design. An interactive practical example.
Optimization of database design by using Normalization.
Installation of Oracle Database Client software.
Installation of Oracle SQL*Developer.
Setting up Oracle database connections using NETCA tool.
How to obtain Entity Relationship Diagram of existing database from SQL*Developer.
Role of SQL in RDBMS.
Simple SQL statements
Basic SQL construct
Column naming conventions
Importance of NULL
Arithmetic operators and expressions
Operator precedence and Parenthesis
Tables and Table Joins
Need for joins
Types of joins
ANSI Syntax and Oracle Syntax for writing Join statements.
Filtering and Sorting data
Limiting rows retrieved
Using LIKE for pattern matching
Using logical operators AND, OR & NOT
Using BETWEEN & IN operators
Sorting data using ORDER BY clause
Oracle SQL Functions part 1
SQL Functions overview
What are single row functions?
Using Character functions
Using Number functions
Using Date functions
Using CASE and DECODE
Data type conversion functions
Oracle SQL Functions part 2
What are multi row functions?
Various multi row functions
Grouping data with GROUP BY clause
Using the HAVING clause
Sorting GROUP BY data
SQLPlus queries, formatting and reports
Logging into SQLPlus
Writing queries in SQLPlus
Substitution variables using single ampersand and double ampersand
Using DEFINE & UNDEFINE commands
Using SET command
Setting COLUMN format
Editing data from buffer
Creating and running reports
Nested SQL queries
Need for nested queries
Types of nested queries
USING EXISTS, ALL & ANY operators
Database Definition Language DDL
Creating and replacing views
Creating and dropping synonyms
Creating modifying and dropping sequences
Database Manipulation Language DML
What is data manipulation in a database
Need for data manipulation
Database Control Language DCL
Definition of Transaction
COMMIT & ROLLBACK statements
Using the SAVEPOINT statement
Automatic COMMIT behavior in SQL*Developer and SQL*Plus utilities.
Indexes and Index types
What are Indexes?
Need for Indexes
Types of Indexes
Function based Indexes
Analyzing and rebuilding Indexes
Privileges, Users, Roles & Grants
Creating and managing users
Creating and assigning roles
Last but not the least
Set operators in SQL
ROWID & ROWNUM
Data dictionary views