PL/SQL Complete Course - Beginner to Advance with Projects [Free Online Course] - TechCracked

PL/SQL Complete Course - Beginner to Advance with Projects

Learn PL/SQL with 100+ exercises and 2 projects.

This course includes:
  • 20.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of completion

What you'll learn
  • Complete PL/SQL from Beginner to Advance level
  • 100 + exercises covered
  • 2 projects - real time scenario based learning
  • Variables‚ Executable Statements and Control Structures
  • Block Type and Scalar Data
  • Declaring Variables
  • Interacting with the Oracle Server
  • Writing Control Structures
  • Working with Composite Data Types
  • Writing Explicit Cursors
  • Creating Procedures
  • Creating Functions
  • Managing Subprograms
  • Creating Packages
  • Manipulating Large Objects
  • Creating Database Triggers
  • Managing Dependencies


This course covers 100+ Hands on examples throughout the sessions with 2 projects at the last 2 section of the course.

In this course you will learn about the fundamentals of Oracle PL/SQL programming language. You will gain a solid understanding of Pl/SQL datatypes and programming constructs like loops, conditional execution, cursors and exception handling, which will enable you to do effective debugging. We will take an in-depth look at Procedures, Functions, and Packages. These named program units are powerful programming constructs which can greatly enhance and optimize your code.

we will learn how to create, compile, and execute Procedures, Functions, and Packages which are named program units that are pre-compiled and stored in the database. These are powerful programming constructs which help with increasing the re-usability of code along with making it more efficient. We will also take a look at how to pass parameters to these subprograms, parameter modes, and how to pass parameters by reference and by value. We will discuss how roles and privileges come into play when compiling and executing subprograms along with the authid clause. We will also talk about local subprograms and calling functions from SQL statements. All of these are important concepts and will enable you to write efficient and highly performing PL/SQL code.

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