Oracle 9i Advanced PL/SQL Programming

PT3682
Summary
This hands-on class is designed for PL/SQL developers writing or supporting complex enterprise systems and provides a critical continuation of learning for the PL/SQL developer. This course is the next step for persons who have knowledge of PL/SQL basics.
Prerequisites
Students should have programming experience in PL/SQL and SQL.
Duration
3 Day/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This class is developed for application/software developers.
Topics
  • Code the CASE statement
  • Create DDL from existing database objects with DBMS_METADATA
  • Incorporate date time data into your database and applications
  • Build autonomous transactions
  • Incorporate object-relational features into your applications
  • Code pipelined table functions in Oracle9i databases
  • Package your PL/SQL objects
  • Use DBMS_LOB to process LOB data
  • Use UTL_FILE to read and write to sequential files
  • Schedule batch jobs with DBMS_JOB
  • Communicate across Oracle sessions
  • Use database-centric transaction-based messaging Understand the process of tuning and tracing PL/SQL programs
  • PL/SQL Review
  • PL/SQL New Features Overview
  • Oracle Object Support
  • PL/SQL Records, Tables and Collections
  • Table Functions
  • Advanced PL/SQL Package Practices
  • Dynamic SQL
  • LOB Handling Using DBMS_LOB
  • File Input/Output Using UTL_FILE
  • Schedule Batch Jobs Using DBMS_JOB
  • Intersession Communication Using DBMS_PIPE and DBMS_ALERT
  • Advanced Queuing using DBMS_AQ and DBMS_AQADM
  • Tune and Trace PL/SQL Programs

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