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Training Summary


Oracle PL/SQL is an extension of SQL language, designed for seamless processing of SQL statements enhancing the security, portability, and robustness of the database. This PL/SQL online programming course explains some important aspect of PL SQL language like block structure, data types, packages, triggers, exception handling, etc.

What should I know?


Basic knowledge of SQL programming will be required.

Here is what we cover in the Course

Tutorial What Is PL/SQL? Introduction & Architecture
Tutorial SQL Vs. PL/SQL Vs T-SQL: Key Differences
Tutorial PL/ SQL Block: STRUCTURE, Syntax, ANONYMOUS Example
Tutorial PL/SQL First Program: Hello World Example
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Data Types: Character, Number, Boolean, Date, LOB
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Variable Identifiers Tutorial with Examples
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Collections: Varrays, Nested & Index by Tables
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Records Type with Examples
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL IF THEN ELSE Statement: ELSIF, NESTED-IF
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL: CASE Statement with Examples
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL LOOP with Example
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL FOR LOOP with Example
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL WHILE LOOP with Example
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Stored Procedure & Functions with Examples
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Exception Handling: Examples to Raise User-defined Exception
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Insert, Update, Delete & Select Into [Example]
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Cursor: Implicit, Explicit, Cursor FOR Loop [Example]
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL BULK COLLECT: FORALL Example
Tutorial Autonomous Transaction in Oracle PL/SQL: Commit, Rollback
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Package: Type, Specification, Body [Example]
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Trigger Tutorial: Instead of, Compound [Example]
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Object Types Tutorial with EXAMPLES
Tutorial Oracle PL/SQL Dynamic SQL Tutorial: Execute Immediate & DBMS_SQL
Tutorial Nested Blocks & Variable Scope in Oracle PL/SQL Tutorial [Example]
Check PL/SQL Interview Questions