Oracle Database 11g: Using DDL, Views, Sequences, Indexes, and Synonyms

Database Administrators, Database Designers, Developer Support Engineers, and Technical Administrators.

Prerequisite
Familiarity with Data Processing Concepts and Techniques. Ability to use a graphical user interface (GUI)

Expected Duration
105 minutes

Description
To recognize the steps for creating, defining, and dropping tables , manipulating how their data can be viewed, and using schema objects to generate integers, improve queries, and rename tables.

Objective

Oracle Database 11g: Using DDL, Views, Sequences, Indexes, and Synonyms

  • recognize the steps for creating, defining, and naming a table, and for specifying data types for its columns.
  • recognize the steps for using constraints to prevent invalid data entry into tables.
  • recognize the steps for altering or dropping a table.
  • identify the steps for creating and manipulating views to view or hide a table’s data.
  • recognize the steps for using sequences to create integers, using indexes to improve the performance of queries, and using synonyms to give a table an alternative name.
  • create a new table and create and use a sequence, index, and synonym.
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