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Oracle Database Program with PL/SQL Exam Number: 1Z0-149 - Managing Dependencies

by Alexandru Huiban

Oracle dependencies are created between two objects when an object’s name appears in a SQL statement stored in another object. This course will teach you how to manage these dependencies.

What you'll learn

Some oracle objects in their definitions include references to other objects such as tables, views or procedures. As a result, the objects being defined are dependent on the objects referenced in their definitions. Creating references is a must for certain objects like views and it also enables users to reuse existing code that can drastically reduce the time spent on development, review and testing. In this course, Oracle Database Program with PL/SQL Exam Number: 1Z0-149 - Managing Dependencies, you will learn how to address these issues. First, you'll learn about the relations between referenced and dependent objects. Next, you’ll explore direct and indirect local dependencies and the objects involved. Finally, you’ll look at guidelines for creating and best practices for recompiling objects. When you’ve finished this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge to approach oracle dependencies for your application and also you will be ready for taking the Managing Dependencies section in the 1Z0-149 exam.

About the author

Alex has over 12 years of software development experience. His main area of expertise is database development, pl/sql programming and exposing data with microservices. He sometimes gets lost in endless tinkering on small projects with the use of systems on a chip, mainly Raspberry pi.

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