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Oracle Database 11g: Advanced PL/SQL

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Exam Number: 1Z0-146
Associated Oracle Advanced PL/SQL Developer Duration: 90 minutes
Certifications: Certified Professional Number of 68
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Oracle Database 11g: Advanced PL/SQL

The exam has been validated only against Oracle Database 11g Release 1. When the exam has been validated
against Oracle Database 11g: Release 2, this page will be updated to reflect that information.

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Oracle11g: Advanced PL/SQL Implementing Fine-Grained Improving Performance with
[ ] Introduction Access Control for VPD Caching
[ ] Introduction to PL/SQL [ ] Explain the process of fine- [ ] Improve memory usage by
grained access control caching SQL result sets and
[ ] Implement and test fine- using the
PL/SQL Programming
grained access control DBMS_RESULT_CACHE
Concepts: Review
package
[ ] List restrictions on calling [ ] Write queries that use the
functions from SQL Manipulating Large Objects
result cache hint
expressions [ ] Create and manage LOB data
types [ ] Set up PL/SQL functions to
[ ] Hand exceptions use PL/SQL result caching
[ ] Manage dependencies [ ] Use the DBMS_LOB PL/SQL
package
[ ] Use Oracle-supplied packages Analyzing PL/SQL Code
[ ] Use of temporary LOBs
[ ] Run reports on source code
Designing PL/SQL Code
Administering SecureFile LOBs [ ] Determine identifier types and
[ ] Identify guidelines for cursor usages
design [ ] Describe SecureFile LOB
features [ ] Use DBMS_METADATA to
[ ] Use cursor variables retrieve object definitions
[ ] Enable SecureFile LOB
[ ] Create subtypes based on deduplication, compression,
existing types and encryption Profiling and Tracing PL/SQL
Code
[ ] Migrate BasicFile LOBs to the
Working with Collections [ ] Trace PL/SQL program
SecureFile LOB format
[ ] Create collections (nested execution
table, array and associative Performance and Tuning [ ] Profile PL/SQL applications
arrays, PL SQL tables)
[ ] Use native and interpreted
[ ] Use collections methods compilation methods Safeguarding Your Code
[ ] Manipulate collections Against SQL Injection Attacks
[ ] Tune PL/SQL code
[ ] Distinguish between the [ ] Describe SQL injections
[ ] Enable intraunit inlining
different types of collections [ ] Reduce attack surfaces
and their uses [ ] Use DBMS_ASSERT
[ ] Design immune code
Using Advanced Interface
Methods [ ] Test code for SQL injection
flaws
[ ] Execute external C programs
from PL/SQL
[ ] Execute Java programs from
PL/SQL

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