Oracle PL/SQL training institute in Bangalore| Oracle 11g PLSQL

Oracle PL/SQL Training in Bangalore | Oracle 11g PL/SQL Certification

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 Oracle 11g PL/SQL training with real time Projects
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Course Description:

This Oracle Plsql training in Bangalore is designed for both beginners and those who are currently working on PL/SQL. This course provides a fair understanding on Oracle PL/SQL programming language with hands-on experience. The course covers almost all topics required for an intermediate level which enables one to start working on real time projects in IT industry. Oracle Pl/sql training is taken by 8+ years experienced real time trainers who has worked end to end plsql projects.

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Oracle PL/SQL Training Duration:

12-15 days/ 2-3 hours per day

Oracle PL/SQL Training Availability:

Both Weekend & Weekday trainings provided for all plsql training batches

Oracle PL/SQL Training Infrastructure:

Excellent Servers & Setups is available for plsql training Lab 

Oracle PL/SQL Course Trainer Profile:

Certified & experienced real time professional 


Those who are currently working on PL/SQL.
Those who wish to brush up their PL/SQL knowledge.
Freshers or Beginners with excellent learning capabilities

Oracle PL/SQL Training  Pre-requisites:

Minimum 1 year work experience on SQL suitable
Excellent knowledge on SQL (Refer to our SQL - General Course)
Good programming logic, analytical and problem solving skills
Good to have knowledge of other programming languages like C++, Java etc.

All Topics in Detail


1. Basic Oracle Architecture
a. Introduction to DBMS
b. Physical and Logical structure
c. Oracle Instance
d. Connecting to a database
e. TNS Entries
f. User access / privileges

2. PL/SQL Variables
a. Variable Memory structure
b. Scalar datatypes
c. Scope of a variable
d. Declaring PL/SQL Variables
e. Use of Variables
f. Variable Nomenclature
g. Handling Variables in PL/SQL
h. Types of Variables
i. Guidelines for Declaring and Initializing PL/SQL Variables
j. Scalar Data Types
k. Declaring Scalar Variables
l. %TYPE Attribute
m. Boolean Variables

3. Basic PLSQL architecture
a. Introduction to PL/SQL
b. What is PL/SQL?
c. PL/SQL Features
d. PL/SQL Environment
e. Benefits of PL/SQL

4. Anonymous Blocks
a. PL/SQL Block Structure
b. PL/SQL Block Types
c. Anonymous Block
d. Sub blocks
e. Writing adhoc Programs
f. PL/SQL Block Syntax and Guidelines
g. SQL Functions in PL/SQL
h. Variable Scope and Visibility
i. Identify the Operators in PL/SQL

5. Integrating SQL with PLSQL
a. Integrating SQL with PLSQL & Implicit Cursors
b. SQL Statements in PL/SQL
c. SELECT Statements in PL/SQL
d. Using PL/SQL to Manipulate Data
e. Inserting, Updating and Deleting Data in PL/SQL

6. Implicit Cursors
a. SQL Cursor – Implicit cursor
b. Cursor Attributes for Implicit Cursors

7. Control Structures in PLSQL
a. Control Structures in PLSQL
b. Controlling Flow of Execution
c. IF Statement – 1st, 2nd and 3rd Form
d. CASE Statement in PL/SQL
e. Iterative Control: LOOP Statements
f. Basic Loops, WHILE Loops, FOR Loops
g. PL/SQL CONTINUE Statement

8. Collections & Records
a. Collections & Records
b. Records in PL/SQL
c. %ROWTYPE Attribute
f. Collections in PL/SQL
g. INDEX BY Tables or Associative Arrays
h. Nested Tables & VARRAYs
i. Methods used by Collections

9. Explicit Cursors & Types or Cursors
a. Explicit Cursors & Types or Cursors
b. Controlling Explicit Cursors in PL/SQL block
c. Explicit cursor – Declaration, Open, Fetch, close
d. Explicit Cursor Attributes
e. Cursor FOR Loops
f. Parameterized Cursors

10. Exception Handling in PLSQL
a. Exception Handling in PLSQL
b. Understand Exceptions
c. Exception Raise
d. Exception Handling
e. Trapping Exceptions
f. Trapping Predefined Oracle Server Errors – Explicit
g. Common Oracle server Exceptions
h. Trapping Non-Predefined Oracle Server Errors
j. Functions for Trapping Exceptions
k. Trapping User-Defined Exceptions
l. Propagating Exceptions

11. Stored Procedures
a. Writing Stored Procedures
b. PL/SQL Subprograms
c. What Are Procedures?
d. Creating Procedures
e. Parameters and Parameter Modes
f. Comparing the Parameter Modes – IN, OUT, IN OUT
g. Removing Procedures: DROP command
h. Viewing Procedure in the Data Dictionary

12. Stored Functions
a. Writing Stored Functions
b. Creating Functions
c. Procedures vs Functions
d. Invoking a Stored Function in PL/SQL
e. Using a Function in a SQL Expression
f. Restrictions When Calling Functions from SQL Expressions
g. Removing Functions: DROP command
h. Functions Using Data Dictionary Views

13. Packages
a. Writing Packages
b. Advantages of Packages
c. Components of PL/SQL Package
d. Visibility of Package component
e. Calling the Package Subprograms
f. Creating Packages without Body
g. Dropping Packages: DROP Statement
h. Viewing Packages Using the Data Dictionary

14. Triggers

a. Writing Triggers
b. Describe Triggers
c. Trigger Types
d. Creating Triggers
e. DML Trigger Timing and Event
f. Statement-Level Triggers vs. Row-Level Triggers
g. Trigger-Firing Sequence : Multi row Manipulation
h. Creating a DML Statement Trigger
i. Creating a DML Row Trigger
j. Using OLD and NEW Qualifiers
k. Trigger management: Enable, Disable, Drop
l. Data Dictionary Views for Trigger

15. Dynamic SQL

a. Native Dynamic SQL
b. Working With Dynamic SQL
c. Native Dynamic SQL (NDS)
e. Methods for Using NDS – INTO and USING Clause
f. Dynamic SQL with DDL Statements
g. Dynamic SQL with DML Statements

Call us to talk about your training requirements:
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Reviews: Excellent & Knowledgeable class
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Overall rating: 10/10

Name: Khumujam Deepa | Course: Oracle PL/SQL training | Email: deep**
About trainer: Great way of teaching. Gives good examples so that it is easy for us to get the concepts clear. Provides more practical which is good for anyone to learn.
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