DBS501 - Advanced Database Concepts Using Oracle
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Advanced Database Concepts Using Oracle
This subject uses Oracle's PL/SQL language to code PL/SQL blocks, procedures, functions, packages, and database triggers for applications developed using Oracle relational databases.
1 credit in the CPA/CPD/CPAC Programs.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
- Use a 3rd generation language (3GL) to access data in an Oracle database
- Code PL/SQL objects to access and maintain data in an Oracle database
- Develop and maintain objects such as procedures, functions, packages and database triggers in the data dictionary
- Establish appropriate logic in PL/SQL objects to maintain the integrity of the data
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