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COMP 4670 - Oracle 11g Administration Workshop 1

Computer Systems Part-time Studies Course

School of Computing and Academic Studies

Course Details

COMP 4670 is no longer offered. This updated hands-on course continues on from COMP 1630 and is designed for students who already understand relational database design, and who have a working knowledge of SQL programming. Students use Oracle 11g Enterprise Edition database software to create and administer a new database, then configure the database to support an application. Topics include; creating users, defining storage structures and setting up security. Participants will also learn how to protect the database by designing a backup and recovery strategy, as well as how to monitor the database. Participants are required to purchase mandatory Oracle University course materials in e-Book format. The official Oracle materials are $300 in addition to the course tuition. After registration, call 604-434-1610 to arrange purchase of the specific Oracle e-Book course material prior to the first class. Please note that the e-Book is personalized for each student by Oracle and this cost is not refundable. BCIT is a member of the Oracle Workforce Development Program and this course fulfils the Instructor-Lead-Training requirement for the Oracle 11g certification.

Prerequisite(s)

COMP 1630

Credits

4.0

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Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Learn the prerequisites for installing Oracle 11g.
  • Understand Oracle's Optimal Flexible Architecture.
  • Create a database.
  • Connect to the database using Oracle’s SQL Developer.
  • Query the database.
  • Understand database transactions and transaction control statements.
  • Learn how to start and stop the database.
  • Control instance settings via initialization parameters.
  • Create and maintain database storage structures.
  • Administer user accounts.
  • Create roles.
  • Assign both system and object privileges.
  • Understand the different types of database objects.
  • Create and maintain database objects.
  • Manage table constraints.
  • Manipulate data using INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE commands.
  • Load data using SQL Loader.
  • Create and manage PL/SQL objects.
  • Configure the database listener.
  • Understand the different client connection options.
  • Configure local naming.
  • Understand and manage Oracle shared server connections.
  • Monitor performance.
  • Manage the automated collection of statistics.
  • Perform proactive maintenance.
  • Monitor the undo information.
  • Administer the undo tablespace.
  • Configure retention parameters.
  • Monitor and resolve lock conflicts.
  • Understand backup and recovery concepts.
  • Perform database backups.
  • Recover a database.

Effective as of Winter 2011

Related Programs

COMP 4670 is offered as a part of the following programs:

School of Computing and Academic Studies

  1. Computer Systems
    Part-time   Diploma

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