This course is aimed at those already experienced with SQL for data retrieval. It covers the use and maintenance of other database objects and facilities and how this enhances the running and construction of SQL scripts.
This course is suitable for all recent versions of Oracle including 12c, 18c, and 19c.
Delegates should have a good basic understanding of Oracle SQL. Previous attendance of our Oracle SQL course is highly recommended.
1 day. Hands on.
NOTE: This course may be combined with Oracle SQL and run over a total of four days, please contact us for more information.
This course is highly interactive and consists of theory coupled with plenty of practical sessions. It will introduce delegates to the creation, security and maintenance of objects in an Oracle database.
On completion of the course delegates will be able to:
- Create and maintain a range of database objects
- Control access to those objects for different users and roles
- Identify the appropriate objects for use with particular aspects of query design
Different types of indexes
Index only tables
Oracle Data Dictionary
Data dictionary view categories
Data dictionary view relationships
Data dictionary usage
Oracle Security Facilities
Access control for users and roles