Overview This course introduces students to the world of the Oracle‚ professional. You will learn what Oracle is how companies use it and the roles and responsibilities of the individuals that create and manage Oracle systems.
- Course Outline
Overview This course introduces students to the world of the OracleÃ‚ professional. You will learn what Oracle is how companies use it and the roles and responsibilities of the individuals that create and manage Oracle systems. You will also learn about the development life cycle and the activities that take place during each phase. In addition you will learn to create a basic data model and how to implement that model as a fully functioning Oracle database. Finally you will learn about the basics of database storage and the overall architecture of the Oracle Relational Database Management System RDBMS.
Course Completion Skills:
- Describe basic Oracle concepts and how they relate to DBAs and developers.
- List and describe the levels of normalization.
- Identify the techniques of logical database design and apply these techniques to design a basic Entity-Relationship Diagram ERD.
- Describe the use of SQL and write SQL statements to create retrieve and manipulate data.
- Create and execute a simple PLSQL program and describe the use and syntax of packages procedures functions and triggers.
- List the objects that might be found in an Oracle database and describe how they are stored.
- Explain the architecture of Oracle8i and the overall operation of the RDBMS.
Topic 1A Users of Oracle
- Task 1A-1 Discussing How Companies Use Oracle
- Task 1A-2 Discussing End Users
- Task 1A-3 Discussing Developers
- Task 1A-4 Defining Database Administrators and Database Operators
- Task 1B-1 Reviewing The History of Databases
- Task 1B-2 Understanding Tiered Architecture
- Task 1C-1 Identifying System Requirements
- Task 1C-2 Describing the Design Phase
- Task 1C-3 Describing the Development and Documentation Phase
- Task 1C-4 Describing the Transition Phase
- Task 1C-5 Describing the Production Phase
Lesson 2 Data Normalization
Topic 2A Overview of Normalization
- Task 2A-1 Discussing the Purpose of Normalization
- Task 2B-1 Describing First Normal Form
- Task 2B-2 Describing Second Normal Form
- Task 2B-3 Describing Third Normal Form
- Task 2B-4 Describing Boyce-Codd Normal Form
- Task 2B-5 Describing Fourth Normal Form
- Task 2B-6 Describing Fifth Normal Form
- Task 2B-7 Describing Domain-key Normal Form
Topic 3A Data Modeling
- Task 3A-1 Distinguishing Between Data Modeling Techniques
- Task 3B-1 Creating Entities
- Task 3B-2 Adding Attributes
- Task 3B-3 Identifying Candidate Keys and Constraints
- Task 3C-1 Adding Relationships
Lesson 4 Introduction to Structured Query Language
Topic 4A Introduction to SQLPlus
- Task 4A-1 Using SQLPlus
- Task 4B-1 Querying with the SELECT Statement
- Task 4B-2 Querying with Set Operators
- Task 4B-3 Querying Multiple Tables with a Subquery
- Task 4B-4 Querying Multiple Tables with a Join
- Task 4B-5 Querying the Database with Grouping Functions
- Task 4C-1 Creating Tables
- Task 4C-2 Modifying Tables with the ALTER Statement
- Task 4C-3 Renaming a Table with the RENAME Statement
- Task 4C-4 Truncating a Table
- Task 4C-5 Dropping a Table
- Task 4D-1 Granting Privileges to Users
- Task 4D-2 Managing Privileges Through Roles
- Task 4E-1 Adding Data with the INSERT Statement
- Task 4E-2 Modifying Data with the UPDATE Statement
- Task 4E-3 Removing Data with the DELETE Statement
- Task 4F-1 Committing Changes to Data
- Task 4F-2 Undoing Changes with the ROLLBACK Statement
- Task 4F-3 Controlling a Transaction with Savepoints
Topic 5A Overview of PLSQL
- Task 5A-1 Describing the Anonymous Block
- Task 5A-2 Identifying Variables and Constants
- Task 5A-3 Describing Conditional Logic Flow
- Task 5A-4 Describing Cursors
- and Functions
- Task 5B-1 Describing Procedures
- Task 5B-2 Describing Functions
- Task 5B-3 Describing Packages
- Task 5C-1 Describing Table-level Triggers
- Task 5C-2 Describing Event-level Triggers
Topic 6A Datablocks
- Task 6A-1 Describing the Contents of a Datablock
- Task 6A-2 Managing Datablocks
- Task 6B-1 Describing How Data Segments are Stored
- Task 6B-2 Describing Temporary Segments
- Task 6B-3 Finding PLSQL Source Code
- Task 6B-4 Describing Other Objects in the Oracle Database
- Task 6C-1 Describing Object-oriented Methodology
- Task 6C-2 Describing the Object-Relational Database Management System ORDBMS
Topic 7A The Oracle Database
- Task 7A-1 Describing Tablespaces and Datafiles
- Task 7A-2 Describing the Redo Log Files
- Task 7A-3 Describing the Control File
- Task 7A-4 Describing Supporting Files
- Task 7B-1 Describing the System Global Area SGA
- Task 7B-2 Identifying the Background Processes
- Task 7C-1 Describing the Connection Process
- Task 7C-2 Listing the SQL Processing Steps
- Task 7D-1 Describing Tools for End Users
- Task 7D-2 Describing Oracle Development Tools
- Task 7D-3 Describing Administration and Management Tools
- Removing Oracle Databases and Software
- Prerequisites & Certificates
To ensure your success we recommend you first take the following Element K courses or have equivalent knowledge Introduction to Programming Introduction to Relational Databases
Certificate of Completion
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