J. S. Framestore CFC
B. M. London Internet Exchange
Oracle SQL training course contents
Retrieving data with the SELECT statement
The SELECT statement, The SELECT and FROM clauses, Conditions and the WHERE clause, Other conditional operators, Logical operators, The ORDER BY clause, Column aliases, Arithmetic expressions, Precedence of operators.
Overview of built In aggregate functions, The GROUP BY clause, The HAVING clause.
Overview of table joins, Inner joins, Table aliases, Outer joins, Self joins, ANSI standard joins.
Basic subqueries and set operators
Overview of subqueries, Basic subqueries, Set operators, The union, intersect and ,minus operators.
Numeric, character and data functions
Function types, Using the table dual to try out functions, Numeric functions, Character functions, String concatenation, Date arithmetic and date functions.
Conversion and miscellaneous functions
Conversion functions, The NVL and NVL2 functions, The DECODE function, CASE expressions, The COALESCE and NULLIF functions.
Command line substitution parameters, The accept command, The define and undefine commands.
Subqueries usage, In-line views, Top-N queries, Subqueries with joins, Multi column subqueries, Correlated subqueries, Subquery rules, Using the ANY, ALL and SOME operators.
Inserting rows, Updating rows, Deleting rows, Verifying updates, Transaction control, Commit and rollback, Savepoints, Commits and constraints, Amending data in SQL developer.
Creating tables, Specifying constraints, Altering tables, columns and constraints, Dropping tables, columns and constraints, Recovering dropped tables, Copying tables.
Managing indexes and views
Creating indexes, Dropping indexes, Listing indexes, Creating and using views, Dropping views, Listing views.
Managing sequences and synonyms
Create a sequence, View sequence details, Create a synonym, List synonyms.
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