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Oracle training by Sathya Technologies is designed to help you understand relational database systems and its applications. Using and working with Structured Query Language (SQL) to interact with RDMS applications and it’s usage in business process applications will be of primary focus. Training on PL/SQL will also be taken up to help master usage of the programming constructs and syntax available in the RDMS systems. Data being the key
element of any Business Entity, its storage, maintenance and processing will remain of at most importance to industries across verticals.

Why This Course?

  • Average salary for ORACLE professional is about $ 95,300 PA.
  • Opportunities for fresh college graduates.
  • Have continuous usage across the Software Industry across multiple verticals.

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About Course

ORACLE is a multi-model Relational database management system (RDBMS) which can be used to for running all kinds of database applications like OLTP, Data Warehousing etc. SQL developer and SQL *Plus are the most common client side interface for interacting with the Oracle Database.

The training on ORACLE by Sathya Technologies offers deep understanding of fundamentals and practical usage of the RDBMS system and usage of SQL language for interacting and operating with the database. Starting with basics SQL programming, the course covers basic and advance operations on DML, DDL and DCL statements. Advance concepts using PL/SQL and Object-Oriented Relational database system (ORDBMS) is also covered. The course material and course curriculum is designed to meet the current industry needs.

How the program will be conducted

Sathya Technologies with its start-of- art class rooms and Lab infrastructure at Ameerpet Hyderabad offer the best and most conducive learning environment, with a team of highly skilled trainers having years of industry experience. Classroom trainings will be conducted on a daily basis. Practical exercises are provided for the topics conducted on daily basis to be worked upon during the lab session. Online session conducted through the virtual classroom also have the same program flow with theory and practical sessions. Our Labs can be accessed online from across the world allowing our online training student to make the best use of the infrastructure from the comfort of their home.

Online session conducted through the virtual classroom also have the same program flow with theory and practical sessions.  Our Labs can be accessed online from across the world allowing our online training student to make the best use of the infrastructure from the comfort of their home.

Career Opportunities in ORACLE

ORACLE programmers will always remain in demand as it is one of the most preferred database application used across industries. Opportunities as senior/junior ORACEL developer are a constant requirement across IT industry.  Training programs on ORACLE by Sathya Technologies focuses on empowering the students with the latest concepts and industry specific topics.  Our well experienced trainer and well planned course materials ensures for 100% success in interviews.

Who can learn?

Targeted Audience

  • Students / Fresher’s
  • Software programmers
  • Testing Engineers
  • Web Developers

Pre-Requisite for learning the course

Basic understanding of C C++ programming language. The understanding of Object-Oriented programming constructs will be an added advantage.

Oracle Course Syllabus

Duration: 40 Hours

  • Introduction to databases
  • Models
  • RDBMS Concepts
  • ORDBMS Concept
  • E-R Model
  • Introduction to Oracle Database
  • Oracle Database History
  • Introduction to oracle 11g features/12c features
  • Oracle 11g Server and DB Architecture

  • Introduction to SQL
  • Features of SQL
  • Introduction to SQL * plus
  • Role of SQL in Oracle 11g

  • Introduction to DDL commands
  • Create Table
  • Rules for Naming a table
  • Altering the table structure using ALTER
  • Change the table name using RENAME
  • Deleting data using TRUNCATE
  • Dropping table using DROP

  • Insert of Data (value and address method)
  • Insertion of Nulls
  • Overriding the Nulls with User defined Values
  • Insertion of Date in required formats
  • Data Loading methods in Oracle 11g
  • Data Loading Performance improvement tips

  • Techniques of Updation
  • Complex Data Updation
  • Correlated Query mechanism in Update

  • Simple data deletion
  • Critical Data deletion
  • Table delete Vs table truncate

  • Introduction of Production Databases
  • Introduction to Transaction and ACID properties
  • Transaction management in oracle 11g
  • What is Session and Types of Terminations
  • Commit ,Rollback and Save point

  • Select command and it’s clauses
  • Data Retrieving methods
  • Data sorting in oracle 11g
  • Null value sort and user defined null sorts

  • Type of operators in oracle 11g & Filters

  • Type of functions in oracle 11g
  • Pseudo columns of oracle 11g

  • Introduction to table join
  • ANSI 1992 and ANSI 1999 Standard
  • Types of joins
  • Inner and outer joins
  • Equi/Non equi join/self join/ Cartesian join
  • Oracle specific join and enhancements

  • Introduction to Constraints
  • Importance of Integrity Constraints
  • Levels of constraints
  • Type of constraints
  • Name of the constraints

  • Simple sub query
  • Complex sub query on multiple data sources
  • Co-related sub query

  • Introduction to index
  • Types of indexes in Oracle 11g
  • Index for OLTP and OLAP

  • Introduction to cluster
  • ype of clusters and their usage
  • Performance evaluation methods in oracle 11g
  • Explain plan command usage and oracle scripts

  • Introduction to Views
  • Type of Views and usage
  • Performance issues with views
  • Background process of views
  • DML restriction on Views
  • Materialized views and usage

  • Introduction to Synonym and usage
  • Private synonyms
  • Public synonyms
  • How to see list of synonyms
  • Dropping the synonyms

  • Introduction to Sequence and Usage
  • Pseudo Columns usage in sequence(Nextval and Currval)
  • Sequence with positive values Ascending and Descending
  • Sequence with negative values Ascending and Descending
  • Sequence with Cycle option
  • Dropping the sequences

  • Types of Locks
  • Levels of Locks
  • Row level
  • Page level
  • Table level
  • Modes of Locks
  • Share mode
  • Share update mode
  • Exclusive mode
  • Wait and no wait options

  • What is privilege
  • What is role
  • Granting Privileges
  • Removing Privileges
  • Cascading Privileges

  • Environment Setting Commands
  • Screen Formatting Commands

  • Drawbacks of RDBMS
  • Introduction to ORDBMS
  • Implementation of Object Technology in Oracle 11g

  • Persistent object Vs transient object
  • Column object vs Row Object
  • Introduction to Object table and usage

  • LOBS, BLOBs, CLOB, NCLOB, BFILE, REG data type
  • REF, DEREF ,VALUE,DANGLING operations
  • DBMS_LOB package and its routines
  • Using collection(composite types)
  • Nested Tables Vs Varray
  • Advantages of Collections
  • Transaction Consistency

  • Types of partitions
  • Range partitions
  • List partitions
  • Hash partitions
  • Composite partitions
  • Index partition
  • Global partition
  • Local partition
  • Parallel query process.

  • If/nested if/if-else/if-elsif/case/searched case/goto/continue/raise
  • Simple loop/ while loop/for /for – reverse

  • Introduction of embedded sql
  • Role of embedded sql in pl/sql
  • Constructs of embedded sql
  • Transaction management using embedded sql

  • Introduction to dynamic sql
  • Usage of dynamic sql in pl/sql

  • Introduction to exceptions
  • Importance of exceptions in pl/sql
  • Type of exceptions
  • Named system exceptions
  • Un named system exceptions
  • User defined Exceptions
  • Introduction and usage of predefined exceptions and STANDARD Package
  • Usage of PRAGMA_EXCEPTION_INIT()
  • Anchor datatypes
  • Introduction to Anchor datatypes and advantages
  • Connection with codd’s rules

  • Introduction to cursor management
  • Pictorial presentation of cursor mechanism
  • Introduction and usage of implicit cursor
  • Introduction and usage of explicit cursor
  • Cursor attributes(%found, %notfound, %rowcount, %isopen)
  • Cursor using simple loop
  • Cursor using while loop
  • Cursor using for loop
  • Cursor exceptions
  • Data locking
  • Data manipulation through cursors
  • REF cursor
  • Bulk fetch and bulk data retrieval in pl/SQL
  • Bulk collection
  • Bulk binding mechanism of cursors
  • Dynamic behavior of cursor management
  • Parameterized Cursor
  • Cursors using Joins

  • Introduction to dynamic sql
  • Advantages of Subprograms
  • Type of subprograms

  • Introduction to Procedures
  • Types of modes(In, Out and In/Out)
  • Sections in the Procedures
  • Declaration of Procedure
  • Body of the procedure
  • Cursors using procedure
  • Use & Declaration of Host/Bind variable
  • How to execute the procedure

  • Introduction to Functions
  • Sections in the functions
  • Declaration of function
  • Body of the function
  • How to execute the Function

  • Introduction to package
  • Stand alone schema Vs packaged objects
  • Encapsulation mechanism of package
  • Function overloading
  • Procedure overloading
  • Global variables in package specification
  • Usage of pragma serially _reusable
  • Restrict references and compiler hints
  • Introduction and usage of pragma
  • Db trigger
  • Introduction to database trigger
  • Types of trigger
  • Triggering events
  • Usage of old and new references
  • New trigger instead of
  • Trigger cascading
  • Enabling/disabling triggers
  • Schema triggers
  • Table mutation error
  • Transaction auditing trigger

  • User defined datatypes(records)
  • Subtype of pl/SQL
  • Pl/SQL associated array(PAA) (2d arrays)
  • Dynamic behavior of PAA
  • PAA attributes
  • Autonomous Transactionsn
  • Advantages of autonomous transactions
  • Usage of autonomous transaction
  • Scope of autonomous transaction
  • Usage of autonomous transaction in triggers
  • Using FORALL statement
  • About %bulk_rowcount
  • Definer Vs Invoker rights in stored procedures
  • Optimizing hints to the stored procedure.

Certification

Sathya technologies offer certification programs for ORACLE.  Certificates are issued on successful completion of the course and the assessment examination.  Students are requested to participate in the real-time project program to get first-hand experience on the usage and application of ORACLE.  The real-time projects are designed by our team of industry experts to help students get best possible exposure to ORACLE and its applications.

FAQS

In the event of missing out of attending any session the student can

  • Attend the same in another batch for classroom training or online training
  • Get access to the recording for the missed session

With over 2 decades of experience in training and consulting Sathya technologies have a large client base and we constantly get requirements for providing good resources. On successful completion of the course and completion of real-time project, students are requested to submit the updated profile with Sathya Technologies. Our placement team will notify the students as and when suitable opportunities are available.

Free demo sessions are conducted before the start of every batch which allows the students to get a firsthand interaction with the trainer.These demo session also help the student to understand the training methodology followed by Sathya Technologies and also help visit and review the classroom and lab infrastructure and facilities.

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