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Writing Basic SQL SELECT Statements

⚪ Basic SELECT Statement  ⚪ Selecting All Columns ⚪ Selecting Specific Columns ⚪ Writing SQL Statements ⚪ Column Heading Defaults ⚪ Arithmetic Expressions ⚪ Using Arithmetic Operators ⚪ Operator Precedence⚪ Using Parentheses              ⚪ Defining a Null Value ⚪ Null Values in Arithmetic Expressions ⚪ Defining a Column Alias  ⚪ Using Column Aliases ⚪Concatenation Operator ⚪ Using the Concatenation Operator ⚪ Literal Character Strings ⚪Using Literal Character Strings  ⚪ Duplicate Rows ⚪ Eliminating Duplicate Rows 

Restricting and Sorting Data

⚪ Limiting Rows Using a Selection ⚪ Limiting the Rows Selected ⚪ Using the WHERE Clause ⚪ Character Strings and Dates  ⚪Comparison Conditions ⚪ Using Comparison Conditions ⚪ Other Comparison Conditions ⚪Using the BETWEEN Condition ⚪Using the IN Condition ⚪ Using the LIKE Condition 
⚪ Using the NULL Conditions ⚪ Logical Conditions ⚪ Using the AND Operator ⚪ Using the OR Operator ⚪ Using the NOT Operator ⚪ Rules of Precedence ⚪ ORDER BY Clause ⚪ Sorting in Descending Order ⚪ Sorting by Column Alias ⚪ Sorting by Multiple Columns 

Single-Row Functions

⚪ SQL Function ⚪ Two Types of SQL Functions ⚪ Single-Row Functions ⚪ Single-Row Functions ⚪ Character Functions           ⚪ Character Functions  ⚪ Case Manipulation Functions ⚪ Using Case Manipulation Functions ⚪ Character-Manipulation Functions ⚪ Using the Character-Manipulation Functions ⚪ Number Functions ⚪ Using the ROUND Function ⚪ Using the TRUNC Function ⚪ Using the MOD Function ⚪ Working with Dates ⚪ Arithmetic with Dates ⚪ Using Arithmetic Operators with Dates       ⚪ Date Functions ⚪ Using Date Functions ⚪ Conversion Functions ⚪ Implicit Data Type Conversion ⚪ Explicit Data Type Conversion ⚪ Using the TO_CHAR Function with Dates ⚪ Elements of the Date Format Model ⚪ Using the TO_CHAR Function with Dates ⚪ Using the TO_CHAR Function with Numbers ⚪ Using the TO_NUMBER and TO_DATE Functions ⚪ Nesting Functions     ⚪ General Functions ⚪ NVL Function ⚪ Using the NVL Function ⚪ Using the NVL2 Function ⚪ Using the NULL  IF Function      ⚪ Using the COALESCE Function ⚪ Conditional Expressions ⚪ The CASE Expression ⚪ Using the CASE Expression 
⚪ The DECODE Function ⚪  Using the DECODE Function 

Displaying Data from Multiple Tables

⚪ Obtaining Data from Multiple Tables ⚪ Types of Joins ⚪ Joining Tables Using Oracle Syntax ⚪ Retrieving Records with Equijoins ⚪ Additional Search Conditions Using the AND Operator ⚪ Qualifying Ambiguous Column Names ⚪ Using Table Aliases ⚪ Joining More than Two Tables ⚪ Non-Equijoins ⚪ Retrieving Records with Non-Equijoins ⚪ Outer Joins Outer Joins Syntax ⚪ Using Outer Joins ⚪ Self Joins ⚪ Joining a Table to Itself ⚪ Joining Tables Using SQL ⚪ Creating Cross Joins  ⚪Creating Natural Joins ⚪ Retrieving Records with Natural Joins ⚪ Creating Joins with the USING Clause ⚪ Retrieving Records with the USING Clause ⚪ Creating Joins with the ON Clause ⚪ Retrieving Records with the ON Clause ⚪ Creating Three-Way Joins with the ON Clause ⚪ INNER Versus OUTER Joins ⚪ LEFT OUTER JOIN ⚪ RIGHT OUTER JOIN ⚪ FULL OUTER JOIN                ⚪ Additional Conditions 

Aggregating Data Using Group Functions

 ⚪ Types of Group Functions ⚪ Group Functions Syntax ⚪ Using the AVG and SUM Functions ⚪ Using the MIN and MAX Functions ⚪ Using the COUNT Function ⚪ Using the DISTINCT Keyword ⚪ Group Functions and Null Values ⚪ Using the NVL Function with Group Functions ⚪ Creating Groups of Data ⚪ Creating Groups of Data: The GROUP BY Clause Syntax ⚪ Using the GROUP BY Clause ⚪ Grouping by More Than One Column ⚪ Using the GROUP BY Clause on Multiple Columns ⚪ Illegal Queries Using Group Functions ⚪ Excluding Group Results ⚪ Excluding Group Results: The HAVING Clause ⚪ Using the HAVING Clause ⚪ Nesting Group Functions 

 
Subqueries

⚪ Objectives ⚪ Using a Subquery to Solve a Problem ⚪ Subquery Syntax ⚪ Using a Subquery ⚪ Types of Subqueries ⚪ Single-Row Subqueries ⚪ Executing Single-Row Subqueries ⚪ Using Group Functions in a Subquery ⚪ The HAVING Clause with Subqueries 
 

Manipulating Data

⚪ Data Manipulation Language ⚪ Adding a New Row to a Table ⚪ Inserting New Rows ⚪ Inserting Rows with Null Values  ⚪Inserting Special Values ⚪ Inserting Specific Date Values ⚪ Creating a Script ⚪ Copying Rows from Another Table ⚪ Changing Data in a Table ⚪ Updating Rows in a Table ⚪ Updating Two Columns with a Subquery ⚪ Updating Rows Based on Another Table⚪ Updating Rows: Integrity Constraint Error ⚪ Removing a Row from a Table ⚪ Deleting Rows from a Table ⚪ Deleting Rows Based on Another Table ⚪ Deleting Rows: Integrity Constraint Error ⚪ Using a Subquery in an INSERT Statement ⚪ Using the WITH CHECK OPTION Keyword on DML Statements ⚪ Overview of the Explicit Default Feature ⚪ Using Explicit Default Values  ⚪The MERGE Statement Syntax ⚪Merging Rows 
 

Creating and Managing Tables

⚪ Database Objects ⚪ Naming Rules ⚪ The CREATE TABLE Statement ⚪ The DEFAULT Option ⚪ Creating a Table by Using a Subquery Syntax ⚪ The ALTER TABLE Statement ⚪ Adding a Column ⚪ Modifying a Column ⚪ Dropping a Column ⚪ The SET UNUSED Option ⚪ Dropping a Table ⚪ Changing the Name of an Object ⚪ Truncating a Table ⚪ Adding Comments to a Table 


 

Including Constraints

 ⚪ Defining Constraints ⚪The NOT NULL Constraint ⚪The UNIQUE Constraint ⚪The PRIMARY KEY Constraint ⚪ The FOREIGN KEY Constraint ⚪ FOREIGN KEY Constraint Keywords ⚪ The CHECK Constraint ⚪ Adding a Constraint Syntax ⚪ Adding a Constraint ⚪ Dropping a Constraint ⚪ Disabling Constraints ⚪ Enabling Constraints ⚪ Cascading Constraints ⚪ Viewing Constraints ⚪ Viewing the Columns Associated with Constraints 

Creating Views

⚪ Simple Views and Complex Views ⚪ Creating a View ⚪ Retrieving Data from a View ⚪ Querying a View ⚪ Modifying a View  ⚪Creating a Complex View ⚪ Rules for Performing DML Operations on a View ⚪ Using the WITH CHECK OPTION Clause  ⚪Denying DML Operations ⚪ Removing a View ⚪ Inline Views ⚪ Top-N Analysis ⚪ Performing Top-N Analysis 
 

Controlling User Access


⚪ Privileges ⚪ System Privileges ⚪ Creating Users ⚪ User System Privileges ⚪ Granting System Privileges ⚪ Creating and Granting Privileges to a Role ⚪ Changing Your Password ⚪ Object Privileges ⚪ Granting Object Privileges ⚪ Using the WITH GRANT OPTION and PUBLIC Keywords ⚪ Confirming Privileges Granted ⚪ Revoking Object Privileges ⚪ Database Links 

 

Using SET Operators


⚪ The SET Operators ⚪ Tables Used in This Lesson ⚪ The UNION Operator ⚪ The UNION ALL Operator ⚪ The INTERSECT Operator ⚪ Using the INTERSECT Operator ⚪ The MINUS Operator ⚪ SET Operator Guidelines ⚪ Matching the SELECT Statements ⚪ Controlling the Order of Rows 


Hierarchical Retrieval


⚪ Sample Data from the EMPLOYEES Table ⚪ Natural Tree Structure ⚪ Hierarchical Queries ⚪ Walking the Tree ⚪ Walking the Tree: From the Bottom Up ⚪ Walking the Tree: From the Top Down ⚪ Ranking Rows with the LEVEL Pseudocolumn ⚪ Formatting Hierarchical Reports Using LEVEL and LPAD ⚪ Pruning Branches 

 

Extensions to DML and DDL Statements


⚪ Review of the INSERT Statement ⚪ Review of the UPDATE Statement ⚪ Overview of Multitable INSERT Statements ⚪ Overview of Multitable INSERT Statements ⚪ Types of Multitable INSERT Statements ⚪ Multitable INSERT Statements ⚪ Unconditional INSERT ALL ⚪ Conditional INSERT ALL ⚪ Conditional FIRST INSERT ⚪ Pivoting INSERT ⚪ External Tables ⚪ Creating an External Table ⚪ Querying External Tables ⚪ CREATE INDEX with CREATE TABLE Statement 

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