3 Days Live Virtual Class Training on Oracle SQL Programming
Training TypeLive Training
About the Course
SQL stands for Structured Query Language.
SQL is an ANSI/ISO standard, there are different versions of the SQL language.
SQL is used for accessing and manipulating databases.
Like other programming languages, SQL has its own markup.
To be compliant with the ANSI standard, all Database vendors support the major commands in a similar manner.
SQL can be used to insert, search, update & delete database records.
SQL uses various commands to communicate with Database like DDL, DCL, TCL and DML statements.
Understand where to use SQL Skill
Setting up database and create Tables and apply constraints
Apply SQL Query and join Techniques
How to apply simple performance like indexing and clustering
Who is the Target Audience?
Fresh graduates who completed academic studies recently and get Hands on Programming.
Those who want to stay ahead in Data Analytics and Data Engineering
Candidates desirous of working in IT Software and Support career.
Those who want to become Back End Database developers.
Managers and leads to manage Database and Data Analytics projects .
For those willing to switch from legacy coding to new generation Programming
Those who are willing to migrate from Non IT to IT Jobs.
For those who are looking for career breakthrough in software Development.
Student can start as a fresher to Learn SQL.
Basic knowledge of using computer, tools and utilities.
Simple analytical and logical Thinking.
Interest in learning computer programming.
Basic knowledge of programming helpful
|26 Oct 2020||Mon- Wed (03 Day)||10:00 AM - 03:00 PM (PDT)|
Intro to Database Concepts
Oracle Database Installation
Get Started with SQL
SQL*Plus and Commands
Seed Data Loading
DDL and DML Statements
DCL and TCL Statements
Data Integrity & Constraints
Default Values & Check Constraints
Sequence and synonyms
SQL Operators & Functions
SQL Queries & Sub Queries
SQL Joins and Views
TableSpaces & Partitions
Hierarchial queries & Dynamic Scripts
Performance Tips & Best Practices
Oracle RDBMS Architecture
Multi & Single Tenancy Hosting
Oracle instance & ORA Listeners