This course will help you understand the advanced features of SQL. Learning these features will help you query and manipulate data within the database, use the dictionary views to retrieve metadata and create reports about their schema objects. Some of the date-time functions available in the Oracle Database are also covered. This is appropriate for a 10g and 11g audience.
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Overview This Oracle Database: Introduction to SQL training helps you write subqueries, combine multiple queries into a single query using SET operators and report aggregated data using group functions. Learn To: Understand the basic concepts of relational databases ensure refined code by developers.
Create reports of sorted and restricted data. Run data manipulation statements DML. Control database access to specific objects.
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Manage schema objects. Manage objects with data dictionary views. Then we'll talk specifically about the Structured Query Language SQL and the database tools you'll use throughout the course. Today you'll jump right into the course by creating the actual database you'll use in all the lessons that follow.
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You'll learn about the most common object in Oracle: the table. Then, I'll explain addresses the common datatypes that describe the kind of information a column in a table will store. In this lesson, you'll learn about database users and you'll even have an opportunity to create a user of your very own. We'll also discuss managing tables and how to modify their structure by altering and deleting information.
Today, we'll put together all the pieces of the database puzzle.
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We'll discuss defining and managing table constraints, then you'll learn about the five integrity constraints that Oracle supports, as well as what their purposes are. With this information, you'll create the primary and foreign keys for your database's tables. Then, you'll execute the commands to insert rows of data into the tables and query the data you inserted. You'll learn how to correct errors and manipulate lines in the SQL buffer.
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You'll find that you need to be familiar with the data in your database, and that queries provide you with means to view what's stored in your tables. I'll introduce you to more advanced features of the INSERT command, then you'll learn the different methods of inserting rows of data and apply those skills to load data into your tables.
You'll learn how to manipulate the data in your tables by updating the values in the columns and by deleting rows of data. Up to this point in the course, you've been creating queries based on a single table.
Today, you're going to learn how to display data from multiple tables. Today, you're going to learn more about common database objects and their uses. At this point, you'll have gained considerable knowledge of the most common database object—the table. In this lesson, you'll learn about other database objects and learn how to put them to use, too. Then you'll make use of the data dictionary and query some useful views. In our final lesson, you're going to learn how to format query results to generate a finished report.
Then you'll modify the display of the query results to create a polished report. Any type of computer with an installed copy of Oracle's Database Software.
moniclesoftware.com/489-mobile-monitoring.php The Database Software is available for downloading from Oracle's website www. Download the Oracle Database that supports your operating system. This course provides post-installation instruction on Oracle. Installation support will not be provided in the course. Installation support is provided from Oracle's website. Course Details This course is fully online, you require internet access and an email account.