Oracle PL-SQL

PL/SQL is a combination of SQL along with the procedural features of programming languages. PL/SQL stands for Procedural Language extension of SQL. When you want to write complex conditional logic or specialized loops over the rows in a data set, you may cannot able to do so. Languages like PL/SQL allow you to do this.

We will help you to learn PL/SQL from scratch to pursue a career as a PL/SQL developer, database administrators & architects, data analysts.

Introduction to Programming Languages
Introduction & Advantages of PL/SQL
PL/SQL Architecture
PL/SQL Datatypes
Variable and Constants
Composite Datatypes
Using Built_in Functions

Conditional and Unconditional Statements
Simple if, if-else, Nested if-else, if-else Ladder
Selection Case, Simple Case, GOTO Label and EXIT
Iterations in PL/SQL
SQL within PL/SQL

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 in PL/SQL
Table types
Cursor type
User define

Procedures in PL/SQL
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 the 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
Exception: what & why?
Types of exceptions
SQL Error Code Values

Database Triggers in PL/SQL
Triggers: what & why?
Types of Triggers
Example of after, before, instead of triggers
DDL Triggers
Trigger Auditing

File Input/Output
PL/SQL file I/O (Input/Output)
Using UTL_FILE Package

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