BCS 360: Programming in SQL
The second in a two-course sequence applies the knowledge of BCS260 to administer and implement relational database systems. Topics covered may include embedded SQL and other mixed language mechanisms; PL/SQL; advanced/optimized SQL queries; transaction management including concurrency and recovery; schema refinement; higher-level normal forms; integrity; security; and database administration. Credits: 3.00
BCS 260 with a grade of C or better.
At the completion of this course, students will
- Use the SQL database language to write data definition (DDL) statements to create a schema and to modify the tables and indices of an existing schema.
- Use SQL to write data manipulation (DML) statements to query tables, modify data, and insert data into an existing schema.
- Write SQL DML statements that access multiple tables using subqueries and/or joins.
- Write SQL DML statements that use aggregates and groups by collect and summarize data.
- Differentiate between different types of constraints, and use SQL to write declarative constraints that help provide data integrity within a database management system.
- Create views to allow DML operations to base tables.
- Explain the use and implementation of transactions in a relational database, including a discussion of concurrency, consistency and general locking concepts.
- Create SQL transactions using both commit and rollback statements.
- Write short stored programs within a DBMS, including programs that create cursors and programs that can be run via a SQL trigger.
- Use the DBMS security features to provide or restrict access to database objects and articulate how views can be used to restrict user access to data.
- Oracle Database 12c SQL 1st Edition by Jason Price McGraw-Hill Education ISBN-13: 978-0071799355
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