Oracle Certified Professional (OCP10g)

Oracle Database 10g is the first database designed for grid computing, the most flexible and cost-effective way to manage enterprise information. It cuts cost of management while providing the highest possible quality of service. In addition to providing numerous quality and performance enhancements, Oracle Database 10g significantly reduces the cost of managing the IT environment, with a simplified install, greatly reduced configuration and management requirements, and automatic performance diagnosis and SQL tuning.

Contents and exams covered in OCP Training on Oracle 10g

Exam

OCP 10g Training and Certification

1Z0-047 Oracle Database 10g: Introduction to SQL
1Z0-042 Oracle Database 10g; Administration Workshop-I
1Z0-043 Oracle Database 10g; Administration Workshop-II

Trainer: OCP(10g/11g) Certified

Course Details:

Part-I: Introduction to SQL and Linux Fundamentals – 32 Hrs.

Managing Oracle on Linux

  • Important Linux Commands for an Oracle DBA
  • Installing Oracle Database on Linux Platform
  • Managing Oracle Database on Linux Platform

Retrieving Data Using theSQL SELECT Statement

  • List the capabilities of SQL SELECT statements
  • Execute a basic SELECT statement
  • Differentiate between SQL statements and iSQL*Plus commands

Restricting and Sorting Data

  • Limit the rows that are retrieved by a query
  • Sort the rows that are retrieved by a query
  • Use ampersand substitution in iSQL*Plus to restrict and sort output at run time

Using Single-Row Functions to Customize Output

  • Describe various types of functions that are available in SQL
  • Use character, number, and date functions in SELECT statements
  • Describe the use of conversion functions

Reporting Aggregated Data Using the Group Functions

  • Identify the available group functions
  • Describe the use of group functions
  • Group data by using the GROUP BY clause
  • Include or exclude grouped rows by using the HAVING clause

Displaying Data from Multiple Tables

  • Write SELECT statements to access data from more than one table using
  • equijoins and non-equijoins
  • Join a table to itself by using a self-join
  • View data that generally does not meet a join condition by using outer joins
  • Generate a Cartesian product of all rows from two or more tables

Using Subqueries to Solve Queries

  • Define subqueries
  • Describe the types of problems that subqueries can solve
  • List the types of subqueries
  • Write single-row and multiple-row subqueries

Using the Set Operators

  • Describe set operators
  • Use a set operator to combine multiple queries into a single query
  • Control the order of rows returned

Manipulating Data

  • Describe each data manipulation language (DML) statement
  • Insert rows into a table
  • Update rows in a table
  • Delete rows from a table
  • Control transactions

Using DDL Statements to Create and Manage Tables

  • Categorize the main database objects
  • Review the table structure
  • List the data types that are available for columns
  • Create a simple table
  • Understand how constraints are created at the time of table creation
  • Describe how schema objects work

Creating Other Schema Objects

  • Create simple and complex views
  • Retrieve data from views
  • Create, maintain, and use sequences
  • Create and maintain indexes
  • Create private and public synonyms

Managing Objects with Data Dictionary Views

  • Use the data dictionary views to research data on your objects
  • Query various data dictionary views

Part-II: Basic Databsase Administration – 32 Hrs.

Architecture

  • Outline the Oracle Architecture and its main Components
  • Explain the Oracle instance architecture

Installing the Oracle Database Software

  • Identify common database administrative tools available to a DBA
  • Use optimal flexible architecture
  • Install software with Oracle Universal Installer
  • Identify and configure commonly used environment variables
  • Use Installer Log

Creating an Oracle Database

  • Use DBCA to Create a database
  • Use DBCA to Delete a database
  • Use DBCA to manage templates

Managing the Oracle Instance

  • Use Enterprise Manager
  • Use SQL*Plus and iSQL*Plus to access the Oracle Database
  • Modify database initialization parameters
  • Describe the stages of database startup
  • Describe the database shutdown options
  • View the database alert log
  • Use dynamic performance views

Managing Database Storage Structures

  • Describe how table row data is stored in blocks
  • Define the purpose of tablespaces and data files
  • Explain space management in tablespaces
  • Create tablespaces
  • Manage tablespaces: alter, drop, take offline, put online, add data files, make read-only or read-write, generate DDL
  • Obtain tablespace information

Administering User Security

  • Create and manage database user accounts
  • Create and manage roles
  • Grant and revoke privileges
  • Create and manage profiles

Implementing Oracle Database Security

  • Apply the principle of least privilege
  • Audit database activity
  • Implement Fine-Grained Auditing

Managing Schema Objects

  •   Create and modify tables
  •   Define constraints and states of constraints
  •   Dropping and truncating tables
  •   Create and use B-Tree and Bitmap indexes
  •   Create Views
  •   Create sequences
  •   Use data dictionary

Managing Data and Concurrency

  •   INSERT Statements
  •   UPDATE Statements
  •   DELETE Statements
  •   COMMIT,ROLLBACK,SAVEPOINT Statements
  •   Define levels of locking
  •   List possible causes of lock conflict
  •   Monitor and resolve lock conflicts

Managing Undo Data

  •   Monitor and administer undo
  •   Configure undo retention
  •   Describe the relationship between undo and transactions
  •   Size the undo tablespace

Configuring the Oracle Network Environment

  •   Use Database Control to Create additional listeners
  •   Use Database Control to Create Oracle Net service aliases
  •   Control Oracle Net Listeners
  •   Identify when to use shared servers versus dedicated servers

Using Globalization Support Objectives

  •   Customize language-dependent behavior for the database and individual sessions
  •   Specify different linguistic sorts for queries
  •   Use datatime datatypes
  •   Query data using case insensitive and accent insensitive searches
  •   Obtain Globalization support configuration information

Part-III: Backup & Recovery – 32 Hrs

Backup and Recovery Concepts

  •   Describe the types of failure that may occur in an Oracle Database
  •   Identify the importance of checkpoints, redo log files, and archived log files
  •   Tuning instance recovery
  •   Configure a database for recoverability
  •   Configure ARCHIVELOG mode

Performing Database Backup

  •   Create consistent database backups
  •   Back up your database without shutting it down
  •   Create incremental backups
  •   Automate database backups

 Backup a control file to trace

  •   Monitor flash recovery area

Performing Database Recovery

  •   Recover from loss of a Control file
  •   Recover from loss of a Redo log file
  •   Recover from loss of a system-critical data file
  •   Recover from loss of a non system-critical data file

Performing Flashback

  •   Describe flashback database
  •   Resotore the table contents to a specific point in time
  •   Recover from a dropped table
  •   Use Flashback Query to view the contents of the database as of any single  point of time
  •   View transaction history or row with flashback transaction query

Recovering from User Errors

  •   Recover a dropped table using Flashback technology
  •   Perform Flashback table operation
  •   Manage the recycle bin
  •   Recover from user errors using Flashback versions query
  •   Perform transaction level recovery using Flashback Transaction query

Configuring Recovery Manager

  •   Configure database parameters that affect RMAN operations
  •   Change RMAN default settings with CONF IGURE
  •   Manage RMAN's persistent settings
  •   Start RMAN utility and allocate channels

Using Recovery Manager

  •   Use the RMAN BACKUP command to create backup sets and image copies
  •   Enable block change tracking
  •   Manage the backups and image copies taken with RMAN with the LIST and REPORT commands

Recovering from Non-Critical Losses

  •   Recover temporary tablespaces
  •   Recover a redo log group member
  •   Recover index tablespaces
  •   Recover read-only tablespaces
  •   Recreate the password file

Dealing with Database Corruption

  •   Detect database corruptions using DBVERIFY
  •   Repair corruptions using RMAN

Moving Data

  •   Describe the general architecture of Data Pump
  •   Use Data Pump export and import to move data between Oracle databases
  •   Load data with SQL Loader
  •   Use external tables to move data

Part-IV: Performance Tuning – 25 Hrs.

Proactive Maintenance

  •   Gather optimizer statistics
  •   Manage the Automatic Workload Repository
  •   Use the Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM)
  •   Set warning and critical alert thresholds
  •   React to performance issues

Performance Management

  •   Use enterprise manager to view performance
  •   Tune SQL by using SQL tuning advisor
  •   Tune SQL by using SQL access advisor
  •   Use automatic shared memory management
  •    Use the memory advisor to size memory buffer

Automatic Database Management

  •   Use the Database Advisors to gather information about your database
  •   Use the SQL Tuning Advisor to improve database performance
  •   Use automatic undo retention tuning

Monitoring and Managing Storage

  •   Tune redo writing and archiving operations
  •   Issue statements that can be suspended upon encountering space condition errors
  •   Reduce space-related error conditions by proactively managing tablespace usage
  •   Reclaim wasted space from tables and indexes using the segment shrink  functionality
  •   Estimate the size of new table and indexes
  •   Use different storage options to improve the performance of queries
  •   Rebuild indexes online

Monitoring and Managing Memory

  •   Implement Automatic Shared Memory Management
  •   Manually configure SGA parameters for various memory components in the SGA
  •   Use Automatic PGA Memory Management

Automatic Storage Management (ASM)

  •   Set up initialization parameter files for ASM and database instances
  •   Execute SQL commands with ASM file names
  •   Start up and shut down ASM instances
  •   Administer ASM disk groups
  •   Use RMAN to migrate your database to ASM

Managing Resources

  •   Configure the Resource Manager
  •   Assign users to Resource Manager groups
  •   Create resource plans within groups
  •   Specify directives for allocating resources to consumer groups

Automating Tasks with the Scheduler

  •   Simplify management tasks by using the Scheduler
  •   Create a job, program, schedule, and window
  •   Reuse Scheduler components for similar tasks
  •   View information about job executions and job instances

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