PL/SQL Oracle tutorial, Oracle introduction, PL/SQL basics

Oracle is a relational database technology developed by Oracle.

PLSQL stands for “Procedural Language extensions to SQL”, and is an extension of SQL that is used in Oracle. PLSQL is closely integrated into the SQL language, yet it adds programming constructs that are not native to SQL.

What is Oracle PL SQL and it use?

PL/SQL (Procedural Language/Structured Query Language) is Oracle Corporation’s procedural extension for SQL and the Oracle relational database. … Oracle Corporation usually extends PL/SQL functionality with each successive release of the Oracle Database.

In contrast, PL/SQL tell the database how to do things (procedural). 5.) SQL is used to code queries, DML and DDL statements. PL/SQL is used to code program blocks, triggers, functions, procedures and packages.

Why to attend Mindmajix Online Training ?​

Classes are conducted by Certified Oracle PL/SQLWorking Professionals with 100 % Quality Assurance.

With an experienced Certified practitioner who will teach you the essentials you need to know to kick-start your career on Oracle PL/SQL. Our training make you more productive with your Oracle PL/SQL Online Training. Our training style is entirely hands-on. We will provide access to our desktop screen and will be actively conducting hands-on labs with real-time projects.

What are the objectives and learning outcomes of this course?

Oracle PL/SQL course makes an emphasis on date functions, Create Subqueries and Transaction Control Language. It explicitly adapts SQL statements within its syntax. The course curricula include:

Oracle database environment
Basic SELECT Statement
Ordering the Output
Conditional Retrieval of Data
Pseudo Columns and Functions
Character Functions
Processing Hierarchies

The training explores each topic through the lens of a real-world example application. With plenty of examples, tips, and clear explanations, you’ll master many advanced aspects of Oracle PL/SQL.

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