The guide includes details of how to install and use a SQL*Plus client and the basic use of Oracle's SQL Developer tool. The guide also provides a foundation in coding practise in SQL and PL/SQL with some basic guidelines for good practise in coding and managing SQL and PL/SQL software performance issues. Part 3 also contains a glossary of Oracle terminology related to SQL and PL/SQL with clear explanations of the terms used.
These guides are designed to rapidly deliver key information about Oracle to the following audience groups:
- Project Managers, Team Leaders, and Testers who are new to Oracle and need rapid access to strategic information about the Oracle development environment.
- Business Analysts, Designers and Software developers who are new to Oracle and need to make a first step in gaining a detailed understanding of the design and development issues involved in Oracle.
Part 3 assumes that the reader has read Parts 1 and 2 of the Oracle Quick Guides or their equivalent content. The contents of Part 3 include the following subject headings:
1. What are SQL, SQL*Plus and PL/SQL?
2. Basic Components of SQL.
3. Basic SQL Language Syntax.
3.1 SQL Language Elements.
3.2 SQL Operators
3.3 SQL Expressions
3.4 SQL Functions
3.5 SQL Clauses
3.6 SQL Query syntax.
3.7 SQL Data Modification Language syntax (DML).
3.8 SQL Data Definition Language syntax (DDL).
3.9 SQL Data Command Language syntax (DCL).
3.10 SQL Data Types in Oracle
4. Complex SQL constructs: Understanding Joins.
5. Understanding Commit and Rollback.
6. Basic architecture PL/SQL Procedures, Functions and Triggers.
7. Basic PL/SQL Language syntax.
8. PL/SQL Exception handling.
9. SQL and PL/SQL: some standards for good coding appearance.
10. Performance issues when coding in SQL
11. Installing and using a SQL*Plus client
12. SQL - PL/SQL Development Tools
13. Glossary of Terms.
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About the Author
Malcolm has published articles on political science, sociology, human design, sustainable agriculture, organic food production, technology in organic farming, biodiversity, forest management, environmental protection and environmental economics. He is active in European environmental politics and was a successful private complainant in the European Court of Justice in several cases of national breaches of European environmental law.
He now lives in Southern Spain from where he continues his IT and system consultancy work, writing and managing the family's organic olive farm.