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PL SQL Training
PL SQL Course Details
Basics of PL/SQL
PL/SQL architecture
PL/SQL and SQL*Plus
PL/SQL Basics, Variables, Constants, data types & error handling
PL/SQL wrapper utility

PL/SQL structures
Simple blocks
Control structures
PL/SQL records
Recognizing the Basic PL/SQL Block and Its Sections
Describing the Significance of Variables in PL/SQL
Distinguishing Between PL/SQL and Non-PL/SQL Variables
Declaring Variables and Constants
Executing a PL/SQL Block

Error checking & exception handling
Defining exceptions
Using the when others clause
Ensuring complete error checking
Passing error messages to calling routine

Boolean logic in PL/SQL
Identifying the Uses and Types of Control Structures
Constructing an IF Statement
Constructing and Identifying Different Loop Statements
Controlling Block Flow Using Nested Loops and Labels
Using Logic Tables
If-then-else structure
Testing for numbers characters and Booleans

Cursors in PL/SQL
Cursor basics
Using a cursor for a multi-row SQL query

Iteration in PL/SQL
For loop
While loop

PL/SQL tables
Defining PL/SQL tables
Reasons to use PL/SQL tables
Populating a PL/SQL table
Retrieving from a PL/SQL table

Dynamic SQL in PL/SQL
Introduction to the dbms_sql package
Creating a dynamic SQL statement

Nested blocks in PL/SQL
Introduction to the dbms_sql package
Creating a dynamic SQL statement

Triggers in PL/SQL
Triggers and database events
Defining a trigger
Timing a trigger
Enabling and disabling a trigger

Stored procedures, functions and packages
Basics of stored procedures
Basics of functions
Basics of packages
Defining stored procedures & functions
Function and stored procedures prototypes
Passing arguments to functions and stored procedures
Recompiling functions and stored procedures
Pinning packages in the SGA with dbms_shared_pool.keep
Package forward declaration
Package dependency
Package overloading
Listing package information

Bulking in PL/SQL
Bulk queries
Bulk DML (forall statement)
Using cursor attributes
Analyzing impact of bulk operations