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I am Oracle and PL/SQL developer having 7+ years of experience. I have an extensive experience of Oracle 8i,9i,10g,11g. Experience in Oracle Database Design and Development Proficiency in SQL, PL/SQL, Enterprise DB and also has an experience of Oracle application interfaces, PRO C, SQL Loader.

I have started my Career as a PL/SQL developer in Mumbai and I had also given corporate training for different US based company�¢??s and Laxai in Hyderabad. He is continuing his career as Oracle Trainer to provide efficient knowledge to the students and be helpful to grew up in their careers.

At present he is working in One of MNC and my aim is to train and give guidance to more & more students to develop their real time projects and stood as a leading developers in their companies.
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Oracle Training Course Overview -


 Introduction to DBMS: 

Approach to Data Management
Introduction to prerequisites
File and File system
Disadvantages of file
Review of Database Management Terminology
Database Models
Hierarchal Model
Network Model
Relational Model
Introduction to RDBMS
Feature of RDBMS
Advantages of RDBMS over FMS ad DBMS
The 12 rules (E.F Coddâ??s Rules â??RDBMS)
Need for Database Design
Support of Normalization Process for Data Management
Client server Technology
Oracle Corporation Products
Oracle Versions
About SQL&SQL*PLUS
Sub Language Commands:
Data Definition Language (DDL)
Data Retrieval Language (DRL)
Data Manipulation Language (DML)
Transaction Control Language (TCL)
Database Security and Privileges (DCL)
Introduction to SQL Database Object
Oracle Pre Defined Data types
DDL Commands
Create, Alter (add, modify, rename, drop)Columns, Rename, truncate, drop
DML-Insert, update, delete
DQL-SELECT Statements using WHEREclause
Comparison and Conditional Operators
Arithmetic and Logical Operators
Set Operators (UNION, UNION ALL, INTERSECT, MINUS)
Special Operators â?? IN (NOT IN), BETWEEN (NOT BETWEEN), LIKE (NOTLIKE), IS NULL (IS NOT NULL)
Working with DML, DRL Commands
Operators Support
Built in Functions
Arithmetic Functions, Character Functions, Date Functions, Conversion Functions
Aggregate Functions, OLAP Functions & General Functions
Grouping the Result of a Query
Using Group by and Having Clause of DRL Statement
Using Order by clause
Working with Integrity Constraints
Importance of Data Integrity
Support of Integrity Constraints for Relating Table in RDBMS
NOT NULL constraint
UNIQUE constraint
PRIMARY KEY constraint
FOREIGN KEY constraint
CHECK constraint
Working with different types of integrity Constraints
REF constraint
Understanding ON DELETE clause in referential integrity constraint
Working with composite constraint
Applying DEFAULT option to columns
Working with multiple constraints upon a column
Adding constraints to a table
Dropping of constraints
Enabling / Disable constraints
Querying for constraints information
Querying Multiple Tables (Joins)
Equi Join/Inner Join/Simple Join
Cartesian Join
Non-Equi Join
Outer Joins
Self Join
Working with Sub Queries
Understanding the practical approach to Sub Queries/Nested Select/Sub Select/Inner Select/Outer Select
What is the purpose of a Sub Query?
Sub Query Principle and Usage
Type of Sub Queries
Single Row
Multiple Row
Multiple Column
Applying Group Functions in Sub Queries
The impact of Having Clause in Sub Queries
IN, ANY/SOME, ALL Operators in Sub Queries
PAIR WISE and NON PAIR WISE Comparison in Sub Queries
Be â?¦ Aware of NULLâ??s
Correlated Sub Queries
Handling Data Retrieval with EXISTS and NOT EXISTS Operators
Working with DCL, TCL Commands
Grant, Revoke
Commit, Rollback, Savepoint
SQL Editor Commands
SQL Environment settings
Maintaining Database Objects
VIEWS in Oracle
Understanding the Standards of VIEWS in Oracle
Types of VIEWS
Relational Views
Object Views
Prerequisites to work with views
Practical approach of SIMPLE VIEWS and COMPLEX VIEWS
Column definitions in VIEWS
Using VIEWS for DML Operations
In-Line View
Forced Views
Putting CHECK Constraint upon VIEWS
Creation of READ ONLY VIEWS
Understanding the IN LINE VIEWS
About Materialized Views
View Triggers
Working with Sequences
Working with Synonyms
Working with Index and Clusters
Creating Cluster Tables, Implementing Locks, working with roles
Pseudo Columns in Oracle
Understanding Pseudo Columns in Oracle
Types of Pseudo Columns in Oracle
CURRVAL and NEXTVAL
LEVEL
ROWID
ROWNUM
Data Partitions & Parallel Process
Types of Partitions
Range Partitions
Hash Partitions
List Partition
Composite Partition
Parallel Query Process
Locks
Row level Locks
Table Level Locks
Shared Lock
Exclusive Lock
Dead Lock
SQL * Loader
SQL * Loader Architecture
Data file (Input Datafiles)
Control file
Bad file
Discard file
Log file
.txt to base table
.csv to base table
From more than one file to single table
PL-SQL (Procedure Language â?? SQL)
Introduction to Programming Languages
Introduction to PL/SQL
The Advantages of PL/SQL
PL/SQL Architecture
PL/SQL Data types
Variable and Constants
Using Built_in Functions
Conditional and Unconditional Statements
Simple if, ifâ?¦ else, nested if..else, if..else Ladder
Selection Case, Simple Case, GOTO Label and EXIT
Iterations in PL/SQL
Simple LOOP,WHILE LOOP,FOR LOOP and NESTED LOOPS
SQL within PL/SQL
Composite Data types (Complete)
Cursor Management in PL/SQL
Implicit Cursors
Explicit Cursors
Cursor Attributes
Cursor with Parameters
Cursors with LOOPs Nested Cursors
Cursors with Sub Queries
Ref. Cursors
Record and PL/SQL Table Types


 


Advanced PL/SQL
Procedures in PL/SQL
STORED PROCEDURES
PROCEDURE with Parameters (IN,OUT and IN OUT)
POSITIONAL Notation and NAMED Notation
Procedure with Cursors
Dropping a Procedure
Functions in PL/SQL
Difference between Procedures and Functions
User Defined Functions
Nested Functions
Using stored function in SQL statements
Packages in PL/SQL
Creating PACKAGE Specification and PACKAGE Body
Private and Public Objects in PACKAGE
EXCEPTIONS in PL/SQL
Types of exceptions
User Defined Exceptions
Pre Defined Exceptions
RAISE_APPLICATION_ERROR
PRAGMA_AUTONOMOUS_TRANSACTION
SQL Error Code Values
Database Triggers in PL/SQL
Types of Triggers
Row Level Triggers
Statement Level Triggers
DDL Triggers
Trigger Auditing
File Input/Output
PL/SQL file I/O (Input/Output)
Using UTL_FILE Package
Implementing Object Technology
What is Object Technology ?
OOPS-Object Instances
Creation of objects
Creating User Defined Data Types
Creating Object Tables
Inserting rows in a table using Objects
Retrieving data from Object based Tables
Calling a Method
Indexing Abstact Data type Attributes
Using LOBS
Large Objects (LOBS)
Creating Tables-LOB
Working with LOB values
Inserting, Updating & Deleting Values in LOBs
Populating Lobis DBMS_LOB Routines
Using B-FILE
Using Collections
Advantages of collection
Ref cursor (Dynamic Cursor)
Weak ref cursor
Strong ref cursor
Nested Tables VARRAYS or VARYING arrays
Creating tables using nested tables
Inserting, updating & deleting Nested
Table records
Nested table in PL/SQL
Oracle Database Architecture
Introduction to Oracle Database Architecture
Physical structures Logical structures
DB Memory Structures Background Process
2 Tire, 3 Tire, N-Tier Architecture
Advanced Features
9i Joines
New Date function
Rename column
Inner Join/Natural Join
Left Outer Join/Right Outer Join
Full Outer Join
Multiple Inserts
Insert All Command
Merge statement
NVL2(), NULLIF(), COALESCE()
CASE expression of Select Command
Temporary Tables/Global Tables
New Function EXTRACT()
Autonomous Traction
Pragma _ Autonomous_ Transaction()
Bulk Collect
About Flash Back Queries
Dynamic SQL
New data types, Flash back Command
Purge Command, Recyclebin
Regular expressions, DML Error Logging
Data Pump, Virtual Columns
Read only tables, Cross tab Views using
Pivot/Unpivot operators, Follows Clause
Compound triggers, New data types
DBA CONCEPTS
Database
Tablespace
Types of Tablespaces
Data files /Se

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