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Information Technology (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Database Design III
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1.) Compare Structured Query Language (SQL) to other languages to determine the needs of the client.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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2.) Analyze predefined software packages for uses and benefits.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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3.) Implement an advanced database design project.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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4.) Determine how to handle errors and utilize the troubleshooting process.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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5.) Analyze declaring variables, SQL functions, and trapping exceptions to build an advanced database.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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6.) Construct different kinds of conditional and iterative control statements.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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7.) Use cursors in multiple rows of tables.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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8.) Demonstrate the use of stored procedures and functions.

Information Technology (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Database Design III
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9.) Demonstrate the procedure for accessing objects in the data dictionary.

Information Technology (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Database Design III
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10.) Utilize mathematics skills in evaluating system and software requirements for database designs.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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11.) Create Programming Language/Structured Query Language (PL/SQL) packages parts, including specification and body.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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12.) Describe procedures of creating database triggers.

Information Technology (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Database Design III
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13.) Implement Data Management Language (DML) components as used with triggers.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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14.) Construct objects to meet program requirements.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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15.) Demonstrate steps of the software development process.

Information Technology (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Database Design III
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16.) Demonstrate the use of large object (LOB) data types in a database design.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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17.) Describe implications of procedural dependencies.

Information Technology (2009)
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Database Design III
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18.) Utilize research results to determine career and entrepreneurial opportunities, responsibilities, and educational and credentialing requirements in specialized database design.

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