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Oracle8i Differences for Developers
Oracle Training Overview

This course will prepare application developers to take advantage of new features in Oracle's flagship server product, Oracle8i (version 8.1.5 and above). Through lecture and extensive hands-on workshops, you will learn how to critical new features regarding PL/SQL, Java, OO support, partitioning, materialized views, query enhancements, security enhancements and more.

Oracle Training Prerequisites

You must have Oracle PL/SQL development experience and familiarity with SQL*Plus and basic Oracle concepts such as data types. This can be acquired in the Introduction to Oracle8i for Developers course.

Course duration

3 Days

Oracle Training Course outline

  • 8.0 New Features and Options
  • 8.1 New Features and Options
  • Oracle8 Object Oriented Features
    • What is OOP?
    • Abstraction
    • Encapsulation
    • Polymorphism
  • Types Overview
    • Basic, Collection, References, User-Defined types
    • Creating and Dropping User-Defined types
    • Constructor Method
    • Indexes
    • Object Tables
    • REF/DEREF
  • Objects and Methods
    • Member Methods
    • MAP Function
    • ORDER Function
  • Using Persistent and Transient Objects in PL/SQL
    • Tables using Objects
  • Collections
    • Nested Tables
    • VARRAYs
    • Initializing, Assigning, Referencing, Comparing, Manipulating Collections
    • CURSOR Operator
    • Built-in Methods
    • Exceptions
  • Large Objects
    • LONG to LOB Conversions
    • LOB Architecture
    • DBMS_LOB
    • Temporary LOBs
  • PL/SQL Enhancements
    • Autonomous Transactions
    • Bulk Binding
    • Definer vs. Invoker Rights
    • Native Dynamic SQL (NDS)
    • Monitoring and Tracing PL/SQL
  • Database Enhancements
    • DROP COLUMN
    • Temporary Tables
    • Deferred and Enforced Constraints
    • Database Event Triggers
  • Partitioning
    • Oracle8i Partitioning
    • Range Partitioning
    • Hash Partitioning
    • Composite Partitioning
    • Row Movement
  • Index Enhancements
    • Function-based Indexes
    • Reverse Key Indexes
    • Descending Indexes
    • Index-Organized Tables
  • Summary Management
    • Materialized Views
    • Indexing M-Views
    • DBMS_OLAP
    • Dimensions
  • External Routines
    • C Callout Architecture
    • Calling External Routines
    • Parameters
  • Java in Oracle8i
    • Oracle's Java Strategy
    • Java Components: JServer, JDBC, SQLJ, CORBA, EJB, Jdeveloper
    • Java Installation
    • Calling Java from Oracle
  • Oracle8 ROWID
    • Oracle7 vs. Oracle8
    • DBMS_ROWID
  • PLAN_TABLE Changes
    • New PLAN_TABLE definition
    • Explaining a query
  • Optimizer Enhancements
    • Plan Stability
    • DBMS_STATS
    • Index Statistics
  • Query Features
    • ROLLUP
    • CUBE
    • Top-N Queries
    • Data Sampling
    • TRIM Function
  • Security Enhancements
    • Virtual Private Database
    • Fine Grain Access Control
    • Application Context

Hardware/Software Requirements
  • Hardware Requirements
    • Minimal Processor: Pentium 166 or Pentium 200
    • Recommended Processor: Pentium 233 or Pentium 266
    • RAM: 128 MB (256 MB recommended)
      • Oracle Corporation also recommends increasing virtual memory to 200 MB. (Modify it in the Performance tab of System Properties in the Control Panel.)
    • Available Disk Space (FAT or HTFS): 3 GB
    • Video: 256 color
    • A connection to the Internet is desirable (but not absolutely necessary) to show students various Oracle-related sites.
  • Software Requirements
    • Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000
    • Oracle8i 8.1.6 or above
    • Java JDK 1.1.5 or above*
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or Netscape Navigator 4.5
    • Adobe Acrobat Reader or Acrobat 4.0 or later (for the course presentation)*
    • Student Files
    • Text Editor*

 
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