ORACLE 10G Course

Oracle 10G Course

Oracle 10g is the version of Oracle Database from Oracle Corporation. 10g is Oracle's grid computing product group including a database management system (DBMS) and an application server. In addition to supporting grid computing features such as resource sharing and automatic load balancing, 10g products automate many database management tasks. The Real Application Cluster (RAC) component makes it possible to install a database over multiple servers. Oracle Database 10g is the first database designed for enterprise grid computing, the most flexible and cost effective way to manage information and applications.

Training Objectives of Oracle 10g
Oracle 10g Aspirants can easily learn concepts of create, retrieve, and manipulate objects in Oracle 10g Structured Query Language (SQL). Oracle Database 10g was the first database designed for grid computing, mainly flexible and cost-effective method to handle enterprise information. It cuts cost of management while providing the highest possible quality of service.

Target Students and Prerequisites:
Students Must be belong IT Background and aware of Concepts in Database and Logical Programming.

Course Contents:
Concepts of DBMS
Importance and Need
Database Models and Normalization
Normalization Techniques

Introduction to RDBMS
Concepts of RDBMS
Comparison with DBMS
COOD Rules
Normalization Revisited
Concepts of ORDBMS & OODBMS
Introduction to ORDBMS
Introduction to OODBMS
Comparison and analysis

Structured Query Language (SQL)
Introduction to SQL
Predefined Data Types
Introduction to database objects
Table, View

Commands in SQL
Data Definition Language(DDL)
Data Manipulation Language(DML)
Data Control Language(DCL)
Transaction Control Language(TCL)
Database Security and Privileges(DCL)

Working with DDL, DML, TCL Commands
Conditional, Logical, Comparison, SET
Date, Number, Character, String, Group, Group by, Having clause
Transformation Functions
NVL, NVL2(9i)
Aggregate Functions

Integrity Constraints
Different Types of Integrity Constraint
Use of Integrity Constraint in table