Oracle PL/SQL

By: Incus Data  04-16-2012
Keywords: Development, SQL Fundamentals

The Oracle PL/SQL Development course is aimed at developers as it focuses on the programming elements of Oracle's PL/SQL Language. It also includes some of the more advanced Oracle SQL features and extensions to standard ANSI SQL.

Keywords: Development, SQL Fundamentals

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