Oracle Pl/Sql Training

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  • Ability of writing queries for single and multiple tables. Capability to manipulate data in tables.
  • Ability to build database objects.
  • Make use of single row functions in order to customize output.
  • Make use of group functions in order to report aggregated data.
  • Skills on Conditional Retrieval of knowledge
  • Learn about Pseudo Columns and Functions
  • Character Functions and Database Environment
  • Learn about SQL functions for generating & retrieving customized data.
  • Basic knowledge in SQL is required to learn PL SQL
  • Understanding on data processing concepts & techniques
  • Understanding on programming concepts


PLSQL is similar to writing code for C, C++. You have to deal with loops, conditional statements(mostly),array and much more. The backend communicates with the front-end, sending and receiving information to be displayed as a web page. Pl/SQL helps creating business logic that helps in backend work, main logic with with database which is created by PL/SQL and node JS(back end tech).

PLSQL is similar to writing code for C, C++. You have to deal with loops, conditional statements(mostly),array and much more. The backend communicates with the front-end, sending and receiving information to be displayed as a web page. Pl/SQL helps creating business logic that helps in backend work, main logic with with database which is created by PL/SQL and node JS(back end tech).

  • High Productivity
  • Strong Security
  • Portable
  • Reduces Network Traffic
  • Intermediate Calculations
  • Error Handling
  • PLSQL Block Structure, Block Type
  • Using Variables in PLSQL
  • Types of Variables & Naming Rules Variable Initialization
  • PLSQL variable
  • Non PLSQL variable
  • Scalar variable, Reference Variable Composite variable
  • Recognizing PLSQL Lexical Units
  • Recognizing Data Types
  • Using Scalar Data Types Writing PLSQL Executable Statements
  • Nested Blocks and Variable Scope
  • Good Programming Practices
  • Boolean Variables and HANDLING Non-PLSQL Variables
  • Conditional Control: IF, IF ELSE, IF ELSE IF Statements
  • Conditional Control: CASE Statements
  • Iterative Control: Basic Loops Nested loop and Lable
  • Iterative Control: Nested LoopsGOTO Statement
  • Iterative Control: WHILE and FOR Loops
  • Real time Example of program using Conditional statement and Loops
  • Defining the cursorWhen we go for Cursor.
  • Type of CursorDefining Static and Dynamic Cursor
  • Implicit Cursor, Explicit Cursor, Parameterized Cursor
  • Introduction to Explicit Cursors
  • Cursor Attributes , Which attributes cannot used in Implicit cursor
  • Declare the cursor, Open the Cursor, FETCH the Data from Cursor, Close the Cursor
  • Cursor FOR LoopCursors with Parameters ROWCOUNT using in DML operation inside the block.
  • Using Cursors for UPDATE and WHERE CURRENT OFF
  • Using Multiple Cursors
  • Understand the Exception
  • Handle exception in PLSQL Blocks.
  • Type of Exception
  • Implementation of Exception
  • Describe Raise_application_error
  • Proceduce
  • Oracle Error range, User Error Range
  • Pragma_exception_int Procedure
  • Syntax for creating, Dropping, Replace and Executing the Stored Procedure
  • Procedure with parameter using (IN, OUT, IN OUT)
  • Difference between Stored procedure and Anonymous block
  • Invoking Procedure with another procedure
  • Ways to Execute the procedure
  • Implementation with business logic
  • Handling the Exception,Cursor inside the Stored Procedure
  • Fixed notataion, named notataion, Mixed notation
  • View the Meta Data information about the Procedure in Data Dictionary table
  • User_Procedures
  • Syntax for Create, Execute, Drop the Function
  • Calling of user-defined function in SQL statement
  • Invoking Stored function in another Stored procedure
  • Advantage of using stored function
  • Data Dictionary Table Stored Function
  • How PLSQL Function returns more than one value
  • Difference between Stored Procedure and Stored Function
  • View the Meta Data Information about Function in Data Dictionary table
  • Reason to use Package
  • Create the package
  • Identify the advantage of Package
  • Describing the package
  • Components in package
  • Global variable
  • Forward Declaration, and Procedure overloading
  • Create The Package specification and Package Body
  • Implement the Business logic in the Package
  • Implements the Cursor and Exception in the Package efficiently
  • View the source code using the data dictionary table
  • Compile and Drop the Package
  • Describe the trigger
  • Purpose of trigger
  • Identify the trigger events type and body
  • Type of triggers
  • Syntax for creating Row level trigger and statement level trigger And difference Instead of trigger
  • Create the DDL, Database(logon and logoff) trigger
  • Create and Drop the trigger
  • View the Meta data information about the trigger
  • Mutating error
  • How to avoid the mutation error
  • Create the Compound trigger to avoid the mutating error
  • Describe the Pragma_autonomous_transcation
  • Using data dictionary ALL_TRIGGERS
  • Manage dependencies
  • Overview of Schema object dependencies
  • Finding out the Object Dependencies using the USER_DEPENDENCIES
  • Invalidation of object dependencies

Advance Pl/Sql

  • Create UTL_FILE to import and export the file as CSV, TXT file Tab separated file
  • DBMS_PROFILER to debug the Procedure, Packag
  • Overview of collection Composite data type, Collection data type
  • Types of collection
  • Associate array
  • Nested table
  • Varray
  • Real time implementation using the collection
  • Collection Methods
  • Multiset Operator
  • Describing Assignment and Equality test
  • Object, Records High level data type
  • Use collection efficientl
  • Overview of Bulk collect
  • Understanding how Context Switching reduce using the bulk collect
  • Advantage of Bulk Collect
  • Bulk collect and Bulk Bind using the FORALL
  • Bulk inserting can archive using the bulk Bind
  • Difference between FOR and FORALL
  • Use the save exception to handle the runtime error in the collection
  • Ref cursor
  • When do we need Ref Cursor with practical example
  • Advantage of ref cursor
  • Type of ref cursor
  • Strong Ref cursor, Weak Ref Cursor and SYS_REFCURSOR
  • How it different form View
  • Create, Refresh, Drop – Usage
  • Types of Refresh
  • When we need View, When we need materialized view
  • Creating the index
  • Using the BULK collect



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Oracle PL/SQL training at Qmatrix Technologies is a program designed to teach participants the Oracle Procedural Language/Structured Query Language, a powerful database programming language.

While prior experience can be helpful, our Oracle PL/SQL courses cater to both beginners and individuals with database or programming backgrounds.

Oracle PL/SQL is widely used in database development and management, and completing our training can lead to opportunities in database administration and related roles.

Yes, Qmatrix Technologies provides placement assistance to help Oracle PL/SQL graduates find job opportunities in database-related fields.

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