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Business Data Analysis Training Course Overview:

You Will Learn How To :

* Develop efficient PL/SQL programs to access Oracle databases 

* Create stored procedures and functions for maximum reuse and minimum code maintenance 

* Design modular applications using packages 

* Manage data retrieval for front-end applications 

* Bulk bind collections to increase the speed of data movement operations 

* Invoke native dynamic SQL to develop high-level abstract code Course Benefits The Oracle PL/SQL language—a flexible procedural extension to SQL—increases productivity, performance, scalability, portability and security. In this course, you gain the practical knowledge to write PL/SQL programs. You learn to build stored procedures, design and execute modular applications, and increase the efficiency of data movement. 

Who Should Attend Programmers and others working with PL/SQL. A working knowledge of SQL and PL/SQL at the level of Course 926, "Oracle Database 11g Comprehensive Introduction," or Course 593, "Oracle Database 10g Comprehensive Introduction," is assumed. Hands-On Training Extensive hands-on exercises provide experience writing modular PL/SQL code. Exercises include: 

* Encapsulating data manipulation statements in stored procedures and packages 

* Performing complex data manipulation with cursors 

* Leveraging EXCEPTIONs to handle runtime errors 

* Creating triggers to handle data integrity and derivation 

* Utilizing weak and strong cursor variables for dynamic SQL 

* Denormalizing data with user-written functions 

* Creating global variables in bodiless packages for session processing Course 493 Content Introduction and Overview PL/SQL fundamentals 

* Declaring variables * Anchoring variables to database definitions 

* Flow control constructs Oracle9i and 10g PL/SQL features 

* Bulk bind native dynamic SQL 

* CASE statement process flow * Referencing PL/SQL records in DML 

* Improving performance with native compilation 

* Handling regular expressions with Oracle 10g functions 

* Associative arrays subscripted by VARCHAR2 

* Multiset operators for collections Data Manipulation Techniques Maintaining data with DML statements 

* Employing the RETURNING INTO clause 

* Solving the fetch-across-commit problem Managing data retrieval with cursors 

* Implications of explicit and implicit cursors 

* Cursor attributes 

* Simplifying cursor processing with cursor FOR LOOPs 

* Embedding cursor expressions in SELECT statements Cursor variables 

* Strong vs. weak cursor variables 

* Passing cursor variables to other programs 

* Defining REF CURSORS in packages Developing Well-Structured and Error-Free Code Error handling using EXCEPTIONs 

* Predefined and user EXCEPTIONs * Propagation and scope 

* "Retrying" problem transactions with EXCEPTION processing Debugging PL/SQL blocks 

* Simplifying testing and debugging with conditional compilation

* Interpreting compiler messages 

* Applying structured testing techniques Achieving Maximum Reusability Writing stored procedures and functions 

* Calling and invoking server-side logic 

* Passing input and output parameters 

* Implementing an autonomous transaction * Definer rights vs. invoker rights Coding user-written functions 

* Calling PL/SQL functions from SQL * Building table-valued functions Developing safe triggers 

* Employing :OLD and :NEW bind variables in row-level triggers 

* Implementing complex business rules 

* Avoiding unreliable trigger constructs 

* Exploiting schema and database triggers Exploiting Complex Datatypes Collection types

* PL/SQL tables, nested tables, VARRAYs * Stepping through dense and non-consecutive collections Bulk binding for high performance 

* Moving data into and out of PL/SQL blocks * BULK COLLECT INTO * FORALL 

* BULK cursor attributes 

* BULK EXCEPTION handling Invoking Native Dynamic SQL Finessing the compiler 

* The EXECUTE IMMEDIATE statement * The RETURNING INTO clause Types of dynamic SQL 

* Building SQL statements during runtime 

* Autogenerating standard code Package Tips and Techniques 

* Package structure: SPEC and BODY * Eliminating dependency problems 

* Overloading for polymorphic effects 

* Evaluating application frameworks 

* Bodiless packages for all application definitions 

* Declaring and using persistent global variables

 

Quality Assurance Training Course Overview:

 

The online instructor-facilitated "Software Quality Assurance" program is designed for career changers interested in establishing their career in Software QA (Software Testing) field.

The program includes the following major modules:

  • Software QA class: 10 weeks; 20 one-hour online sessions; 2 sessions a week
  • Web/Mobile application testing project (real-life): 10 one-hour sessions; one session a week
  • 8 self-paced online classes (HTML, JavaScript, XML, SQL, Selenium IDE, UNIX commands, Shell and Perl Scripting)
  • Video lectures on Mobile Applications Testing, Test Documentation Development

The Software QA class of that program covers:

  • Software QA Profession in modern world
  • Introduction to Windows and WEB applications GUI Testing
  • ResumeBuilder project: GUI testing, writing bug reports
  • Bug Reporting rules
  • Bug Tracking Databases - Elementool
  • Web Testing project 1: requirements, purpose, GUI, ad hoc testing and reporting
  • Web Testing project 2: Testing WEB forms
  • Mastering Bug Reporting Skills
  • Testing Web Applications: navigation, performance, browser/OS compatibility
  • Writing Test Documentation: test plan, test design, test suites, test matrices
  • Testing database applications
  • Testing Printers/Drivers
  • Localization and Internationalization testing
  • Testing User Documentation
  • Job Market Navigation. Posting Resumes.
  • Overview of Quality Assurance/Testing Interview questions
  • Overview of Testing Types interview questions
The instruction includes written materials, quizzes, videos, tests and home work assignments in the areas listed above. Student’s performance and progress will be evaluated based on scores earned on online tests. Certificate of completion will be issued online to successful test takers.

Software Testing:

  • Introduction to QA Methodology
  • Role of BA in Testing
  • Creating Test Plans
  • Creating Test Cases
  • Different Testing Methods
  • Functional and Regression testing
  • White Box and Black Box Testing
  • Positive and Negative Testing
  • GUI and Unit Testing
  • User Acceptance Testing
  • Mercury Testing Tools

 

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