Corporate Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals Training Course

Edstellar's Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals instructor-led training course equips employees with essential SQL and PL/SQL skills. Teams learn to write SQL queries, manage database objects, handle exceptions, and implement PL/SQL blocks. Upskill your teams to enhance application performance and data integrity.

32 - 40 hrs
Instructor-led (On-site/Virtual)
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Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals Training

Drive Team Excellence with Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals Training for Employees

Empower your teams with expert-led on-site/in-house or virtual/online Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals Training through Edstellar, a premier corporate training company for organizations globally. Our tailored Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals corporate training course equips your employees with the skills, knowledge, and cutting-edge tools needed for success. Designed to meet your specific needs, this Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals group training program ensures your team is primed to drive your business goals. Transform your workforce into a beacon of productivity and efficiency.

Oracle Procedural Language/Structured Query Language (PL/SQL) is Oracle Corporation's procedural extension for SQL and the Oracle relational database. PL/SQL's robust error handling ensures smooth application operation, while its data security features allow control over sensitive information. The language enables automation of routine tasks, boosting productivity and reducing human error. The Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals training course stimulates knowledgeable and skilled employees, enabling them to optimize database operations and support the organization's data-driven decision-making processes. 

The Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals instructor-led training course provided by Edstellar can be customized to meet team requirements. The virtual/onsite Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals training course, led by expert trainers, ensures employees gain essential PL/SQL skills to optimize database operations and support data-driven decision-making.

Key Skills Employees Gain Through Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals Training

Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals skills corporate training will enable teams to effectively apply their learnings at work.

  • SQL Querying
  • PL/SQL Programming
  • Data Manipulation
  • Error Handling
  • Transaction Control
  • Stored Procedures

Key Learning Outcomes of Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals Training

Edstellar’s Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals training for employees will not only help your teams to acquire fundamental skills but also attain invaluable learning outcomes, enhancing their proficiency and enabling application of knowledge in a professional environment. By completing our Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals workshop, teams will to master essential Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals and also focus on introducing key concepts and principles related to Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals at work.

Employees who complete Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals training will be able to:

  • Analyze the basic elements of PL/SQL syntax and structure
  • Apply knowledge of data types to declare and initialize variables in PL/SQL code
  • Create simple PL/SQL programs using control flow statements like if-then, case, and loops (while, for)
  • Implement cursors to iterate through and process data sets fetched from the database
  • Troubleshoot code errors using exception-handling techniques
  • Design user-defined data structures like records and associative arrays to manage complex data
  • Evaluate the benefits of embedding SQL statements within PL/SQL code for data manipulation
  • Synthesize basic building blocks of PL/SQL to write application logic for automating database tasks

Key Benefits of the Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals Corporate Training

Attending our Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals classes tailored for corporations offers numerous advantages. Through our on-site/in-house or virtual/online Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals training classes, participants will gain confidence and comprehensive insights, enhance their skills, and gain a deeper understanding of Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals.

  • Equips the team with the techniques for writing SQL queries to retrieve, filter, sort and analyze data
  • Empowers employees with the skills to manage data in Oracle databases using insert, update and delete statements
  • Develops required skills in employees to design and implement database objects like tables, views, indexes and sequences
  • Cultivates ideas in teams for leveraging subqueries for complex data manipulations
  • Provides insights into using PL/SQL to embed SQL statements within code for automating database tasks
  • Develops required skills in employees to write procedural code using control flow structures (IF-THEN, loops)
  • Empowers employees with the skills to process data sets efficiently using cursors 
  • Equips the team with the techniques for error handling and improving code robustness using exception handling

Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals Training Topics and Outline

Our virtual and on-premise Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals training curriculum is divided into multiple modules designed by industry experts. This Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals training for organizations provides an interactive learning experience focused on the dynamic demands of the field, making it relevant and practical.

  1. What is an Oracle database
    • Introduction to Oracle Database
    • Key features and benefits
    • Versions and editions
  2. Relational database structures
    • Definition and components of relational databases
    • Schema and data modeling
  3. Tables, rows and columns 
    • Structure and purpose of tables
    • Data organization in rows and columns
  4. Indexes, primary keys and foreign keys 
    • Types of indexes and their uses
    • Importance of primary and foreign keys
    • Constraints and relationships
  5. Data types
    • Overview of Oracle data types
    • Usage
  6. The data dictionary
    • Purpose and structure of the data dictionary
    • Accessing and using data dictionary views
  1. What is SQL*Plus
    • Introduction to SQL*Plus
    • Features and benefits
  2. Getting started
    • Installation and configuration
    • Connecting to the database
    • Entering and executing SQL statements 
    • Basic SQL statement structure
    • Execution and result handling
  3. Editing SQL statements 
    • Editing commands and techniques
    • Using buffers
  4. Creating, editing and executing SQL files
    • Writing and saving SQL scripts
    • Executing scripts from SQL*Plus
  1. What is Oracle SQL developer
    • Overview and features
    • Comparison with SQL*Plus
  2. Starting SQL developer
    • Installation and setup
    • Interface walkthrough
  3. Configure a connection 
    • Creating and managing database connections
    • Troubleshooting connection issues
  4. Navigation tabs
    • Exploring the user interface
    • Using tabs and views
  5. SQL worksheet
    • Writing and executing SQL queries
    • Utilizing worksheet features
  1. The SELECT statement
    • Basic structure and syntax
  2. The SELECT and FROM clauses
    • Specifying columns and tables
    • Using aliases
  3. Conditions and the WHERE clause
    • Filtering data with conditions
    • Using comparison operators
  4. Other conditional operators
  5. Logical operators
    • AND, OR, NOT
    • Combining conditions
  6. The ORDER BY clause
    • Sorting query results
    • Multiple column sorting
  7. Column aliases
    • Renaming columns in results
  8. Arithmetic expressions
    • Performing calculations in queries
  9. Precedence of operators
    • Understanding operator precedence
  1. Overview of built-in aggregate functions
  2. The GROUP BY clause
    • Grouping data for aggregation
  3. The HAVING clause
    • Filtering groups with conditions
  1. Overview of table joins
    • Introduction to joins
  2. Inner joins
    • Syntax and use cases
  3. Table aliases
    • Simplifying query writing
  4. Outer joins
    • Left, right, and full outer joins
  5. Self joins
    • Joining a table to itself
  6. ANSI standard joins
    • Syntax and usage
  1. Function types 
    • Overview of function categories
  2. Using the table dual to try out functions
    • Purpose of the dual table
  3. Numeric functions
    • Common numeric functions
  4. Character functions
    • Common character functions
  5. String concatenation
    • Combining strings in queries
  6. Date arithmetic and date functions
    • Working with dates
  1. Conversion functions
  2. The NVL and NVL2 functions
    • Handling null values
  3. The DECODE function
    • Conditional logic in queries
  4. CASE expressions
    • Advanced conditional logic
  5. The COALESCE and NULLIF functions
    • Handling null values and comparisons
  1. Command line substitution parameters
    • Using substitution variables
  2. The ACCEPT command 
    • Prompting for user input
  3. The DEFINE and UNDEFINE commands
    • Defining and removing variables
  1. Overview of subqueries
    • Introduction to subqueries
  2. Use a subquery as an alternative to join
    • Subqueries vs joins
  3. Handle multiple records in subqueries
    • Working with multiple rows
  4. Subquery in a HAVING clause
    • Filtering groups with subqueries
  5. Anti-join
    • Using subqueries for anti-joins
  6. In-line views
    • Creating and using in-line views
  7. Top-N queries
    • Retrieving top N records
  8. Complex subqueries
    • Writing complex subqueries
  9. Multi-column subqueries
    • Working with multiple columns
  10. Correlated subqueries
    • Introduction and usage
  11. Subquery rules 
    • Best practices and guidelines
  12. Combining unrelated aggregates
    • Using aggregates in subqueries
  13. Using the ANY, ALL and SOME operators
    • Comparison operators in subqueries
  1. Inserting rows
    • Syntax and usage
  2. Updating rows
    • Syntax and usage
  3. Deleting rows
    • Syntax and usage
  4. Verifying updates
    • Confirming data changes
  5. Transaction control
    • Understanding transactions
  6. Commit and rollback
    • Transaction management
  7. Savepoints 
    • Using savepoints in transactions
  8. Commits and constraints
    • Managing constraints with commits
  9. Amending data in SQL Developer
    • Editing data in SQL Developer
  1. Creating tables
    • Syntax and usage
  2. Specifying constraints
    • Defining constraints
  3. Altering tables, columns and constraints
    • Modifying table structures
  4. Dropping tables, columns and constraints 
    • Removing tables and constraints
  5. Copying tables
    • Duplicating table structures
  1. Creating indexes
    • Syntax and usage
  2. Dropping indexes
    • Removing indexes
  3. Listing indexes
    • Viewing index information
  4. Creating and using views
    • Syntax and usage
  5. Dropping views 
    • Removing views
  6. Listing views
    • Viewing view information
  1. Create a sequence
    • Syntax and usage
  2. View sequence details
    • Accessing sequence information
  3. Create a synonym
    • Syntax and usage
  4. List synonyms 
    • Viewing synonym information
  1. What is PL/SQL?
    • Introduction to PL/SQL
  2. Basic elements
    • PL/SQL syntax and structure
  3. Variables and constants
    • Declaring and using variables
  4. Data types (30 minutes)
    • Overview of PL/SQL data types
  5. Initializing variables and assigning values
    • Syntax and usage
  6. Using SQL statements in code
    • Embedding SQL in PL/SQL
  7. Generating output to SQL or SQL Developer 
    • Outputting results from PL/SQL
  1. IF THEN ELSIF ELSE statements
    • Syntax and usage
  2. CASE statements
    • Conditional logic with CASE
  3. The basic loop construct
    • Loop syntax and usage
  4. WHILE and FOR loops
    • Iteration constructs
  5. Nested and labeled loops
    • Using nested loops
  6. The GOTO statement
    • Syntax and usage
  7. The CONTINUE statement
    • Loop control with CONTINUE
  1. What is a cursor?
    • Introduction to cursors
  2. Implicit and explicit cursors
    • Differences and usage
  3. Cursor operations
    • Declaring, opening, and closing cursors
  4. Declaring, opening and closing cursors
    • Syntax and usage
  5. Fetching rows
    • Retrieving data with cursors
  6. Status checking
    • Monitoring cursor status
  7. Using cursors FOR UPDATE
    • Locking rows with cursors
  8. The cursor FOR loop
    • Iterating with cursor FOR loop
  9. Parameterized cursors
    • Using parameters with cursors
  1. The EXCEPTION section
    • Introduction to exception handling
  2. Types of exception
    • System-raised and user-declared exceptions
  3. Handling named system-raised exceptions
    • Common system exceptions
  4. Handling unnamed system-raised exceptions
    • Catching unnamed exceptions
  5. User-declared exceptions and application errors
    • Defining and raising exceptions
    • Using WHEN OTHERS
  7. Nested and labeled blocks
    • Structuring PL/SQL code
  8. Propagation of exceptions
    • Exception propagation and handling
  9. Scope of variables and cursors
    • Understanding scope in PL/SQL
  10. Scope of GOTO statements
    • Using GOTO with scope considerations
  1. Declaring record types
    • Syntax and usage
  2. Handling PL/SQL records
    • Working with record structures
  3. Nested records
    • Creating and using nested records
  4. Declaring PL/SQL index-by tables or associative arrays
    • Syntax and usage
  5. PL/SQL table built-in functions
    • Common built-in functions
  6. Manipulating PL/SQL tables or associative arrays
    • Working with associative arrays

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Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals Course Completion Certificate

Upon successful completion of the Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals training course offered by Edstellar, employees receive a course completion certificate, symbolizing their dedication to ongoing learning and professional development. This certificate validates the employees' acquired skills and serves as a powerful motivator, inspiring them to further enhance their expertise and contribute effectively to organizational success.

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Prerequisites for Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals Training

There are no specific prerequisites for Oracle PL/SQL Fundamentals training. However, it is beneficial to have a basic understanding of databases and exposure to information technology.

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