Oracle PL/SQL Stored Program Units

Course Code: OSPU

Duration: 3 days

 
 

Oracle PL/SQL Stored Program Units Course Overview

The Oracle PL/SQL Stored Program Units course provides practical experience in developing and writing triggers, functions, procedures and packages. It also introduces some of the Oracle-supplied packages.

Exercises and examples are used throughout the course to give practical hands-on experience with the techniques covered.

Versions supported 11gR2, 12cR2, 18c, 19c.

Course Objectives

To provide the skills needed to develop, write and maintain triggers, stored program units and packages.

Who will the Course Benefit?

Oracle database administrators and software development personnel who need to write new or maintain existing, PL/SQL triggers, program units and packages.

Practical experience of Oracle SQL and of using SQL*Plus or SQL Developer and a good working knowledge of the fundamentals of the Oracle PL/SQL programming language are required.

Course Information

The 3 Day Stored Program Units course can be combined with the 2 Day Oracle PL/SQL course, this is equivalent to attending the 5 Day Oracle Program with PL/SQL course.

Skills Gained

The delegate will learn and acquire skills as follows:

  • Implementing various types of trigger
  • Creating, managing and invoking stored procedures
  • Creating, managing and executing stored functions
  • Developing and using packages
  • Using package features and constructs effectively
  • Wrapping packages
  • Using Cursor Variables
  • Using records and tables or associative arrays in packages
  • Implementing Bulk Binding and Bulk Collecting techniques
  • Managing program unit dependencies
  • Implementing Native Compilation and Compile-time Warnings
  • Implementing Native Dynamic SQL
  • Using a variety of Oracle-supplied packages

Oracle PL/SQL Stored Program Units Training Course

Course Introduction

  • Administration and Course Materials
  • Course Structure and Agenda
  • Delegate and Trainer Introductions

Session 1: TRIGGERS

  • DML Triggers
  • The CREATE TRIGGER Statement
  • Writing Trigger Code
  • INSTEAD OF Triggers
  • Calling Procedures from Triggers
  • Coding Restrictions
  • System Event and DDL Triggers
  • Attribute Functions
  • Compound Triggers
  • Create Trigger Follows Clause
  • Managing Triggers
  • Privileges Required for Triggers
  • Dictionary Information Concerning Triggers

Session 2: PROCEDURES

  • What is a Procedure?
  • The CREATE PROCEDURE Statement
  • Procedure Parameters
  • Invoking Procedures
  • Local Subprograms
  • Named Association Parameter Passing
  • Definer's Rights and Invoker's Rights
  • Autonomous Transactions
  • Managing Procedures
  • Privileges Required for Procedures
  • Dictionary Information Concerning Procedures
  • The Call Statement

Session 3: FUNCTIONS

  • What is a Function?
  • The CREATE FUNCTION Statement
  • Executing Functions
  • Invoker's Rights
  • Autonomous Transactions
  • DBMS_OUTPUT
  • Using Functions in SQL Statements
  • Deterministic and Parallel-Enabled Functions
  • Function Result Cache
  • Managing Functions
  • Privileges Required for Functions
  • Dictionary Information Concerning Functions

Oracle PL/SQL Stored Program Units Training Course

Session 4: PACKAGES

  • What is a Package?
  • Public and Private Components
  • Creating a Package
  • Example Package
  • Persistent States
  • One-time-only Procedures
  • Overloading
  • Purity Level Checking
  • Forward Declarations
  • Wrapping Packages
  • Managing Packages
  • Privileges Required for Packages
  • Dictionary Information Concerning Packages

Session 5: USING PL/SQL RECORDS AND TABLES IN PACKAGES

  • Overview of PL/SQL Records, Index-by Tables and Associative Arrays
  • Using PL/SQL Records and Tables in Packages
  • Table Built-in Functions
  • The NOCOPY Hint
  • Bulk Collection
  • Bulk Binding DML Statements

Session 6: CURSOR VARIABLES (REF CURSORS)

  • Declare Cursor Variables
  • Use Cursor Variables
  • Open and Close Cursor Variables
  • Fetch Rows
  • Cursor Variable Attributes
  • Pass Cursor Variables as Parameters
  • Refcursor Datatype

Session 7: MANAGING DEPENDENCIES

  • Dependent and Referenced Objects
  • Invalidation and Recompilation
  • Local and Remote Dependencies
  • Recompilation Considerations

Oracle PL/SQL Stored Program Units Training Course

Session 8: NATIVE COMPILATION AND COMPILE-TIME WARNINGS

  • Introduction
  • Native Compilation
  • Automatic Recompilation
  • Automatic Program Sublining
  • WHEN OTHERS ...THEN NULL
  • Data Dictionary Information
  • Compiler Warning Categories
  • Using the DBMS_WARNING Package

Session 9: ORACLE-SUPPLIED PACKAGES

  • Overview of Oracle-Supplied Packages
  • Using the DBMS_SQL Package
  • Using Native Dynamic SQL
  • The DBMS_METADATA Package
  • The UTL_MAIL Package
  • The DBMS_APPLICATION_INFO Package
  • The DBMS_UTILITY Package
  • Scheduling Jobs using the DBMS_SCHEDULER Package
Notes:
  • Course technical content is subject to change without notice.
  • Course content is structured as sessions, this does not strictly map to course timings. Concepts, content and practicals often span sessions.

Examinations

This Oracle PL/SQL Stored Program Units course, together with the Oracle PL/SQL course, covers the major topics required for the delegate to work towards achieving the following exam:

  • Oracle Database: Program with PL/SQL 1Z0-149

Attending this course will help delegates gain many of the skills and product knowledge requirements as outlined in the exam objectives. Studying these courses and their associated reference materials can form part of the preparation to achieve certification. Experience, practice, self-study and aptitude are also key requirements for exam success.

Before taking any exam, ensure you have the recommended experience. The Oracle website lists all exam requirements and these are updated regularly.

Exams are not included as part of the course.

Requirements

Practical experience of Oracle SQL*Plus or SQL Developer and a good working knowledge of the fundamentals of the Oracle PL/SQL programming language is required. This can be gained by attendance on the pre-requisite courses.

Pre-Requisite Courses

Course Reviews

John is a knowledgeable and fantastic character! Our 3-day course was on 1-1 basis as I was the only one enrolled which facilitated a training session a delegate can get the most out of. We had each other's attention fully and covered all aspects of training. Virtual training is as much fun and effective as in-person one! Thank you so much John!

Kasia - Business Systems Engineer - Manufacturing - June 2021


A very good course for anyone looking to learn more about standard oracle features, utilities and performance.

Ambrose - Postal/Distribution


Technical course content was excellent and just what I required regards procedures, functions and packages, so the exercises were very useful and learning the syntax and formats and commands. Plenty of time was allocated for practical exercises and writing code which I would encourage on future courses. The theory was much needed also and improved my understanding of PL/SQL I have already seen in daily tasks. The trainer was very knowledgeable and took time to explain sections as required and answers to any questions. The folder will be very beneficial in practicing back at work to consolidate these Oracle skills.

Andrew - Application Support Manager - Postal/Distribution


Fantastic trainer, very well informed, able to answer all of the question I had. Every part of the course well explained with examples, which made it easy to follow the instructions from practical tasks we had. I would recommend that course without any hesitation.

Kamila - TRAINEE ORACLE DEVELOPER - IT


The lecturer, is clearly extremely knowledgeable and he is able to reduce ostensibly complex concepts to easy to understand summaries which made this course enjoyable and easy to understand. Recommended.

Alasdair - Developer - Professional Services


Course was ideal for my requirements and pitched at the right level. Instructor focussed on main areas and frequently looked for contexts relevant to the delegates. Time was made available to each delegate to help with tutorial exercises, meaning I felt that I had successfully applied learning to all relevant topics.

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