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Oracle Database Foundations (1Z0-006) Practice Exam

Oracle Database Foundations (1Z0-006) 

About Oracle Database Foundations (1Z0-006)

1Z0-006 exam is for those that have completed the Database Foundations, Database Design and Programming with SQL (Oracle Academy training), Oracle Database 12c Administration Workshop or Oracle Database Introduction to SQL training. Passing this exam gives the certification credential demonstrating your understanding of the different types of database models and components. And, you will enhance knowledge of database components, concepts and design, implementation of business roles, SQL language and queries, and ERD modelling and languages to manage data and transactions.

Course Structure

The Oracle Database Foundations (1Z0-006) Exam covers the following topics -

Database Concepts               

Describe the components of a database system               

Explain the purpose of a database          

Relational Database Concepts  

Describe the characteristics of a relational database       

Explain the importance of relational databases in business          

List the major transformations in database technology  

Gathering Requirements for Database Design  

Gather requirements to implement a database solution

Explain business rules   

Using Conceptual Data Modeling

Describe a conceptual data model

Explain the components of a conceptual/logical model

Using Unique Identifiers, Primary and Foreign Keys

Identify unique identifiers and a corresponding primary key

Define composite and compound primary keys

Define relationships and corresponding foreign keys

Define barred relationships and the corresponding primary keys

Documenting Business Requirements and Rules

Explain the importance of clearly communicating and accurately capturing database information requirements

Identify structural business rules

Identify procedural business rules

Identify business rules that must be enforced by additional programming (eg SQL)

Using Attributes

Describe attributes for a given entity

Identify and provide examples of instances

Distinguish between mandatory and optional attributes

Distinguish between volatile and nonvolatile attributes

Identifying  Relationships

Explain  one-to-one,  one-to-many, and many-to-many relationships

Identify the optionality necessary for a relationship

Identify the cardinality necessary for a relationship

Identify nontransferable relationships

Name a relationship

Create ERDish sentences to represent ERDs

Create ERDs to represent ERDish sentences

Identifying Hierarchical, Recursive, and Arc Relationships

Define a hierarchical relationship

Define a recursive relationship

Define an arc relationship

Identify  UIDs in a hierarchical, recursive and arc relationship model

Construct a model using recursion and hierarchies

Identify similarities and differences in an arc relationship and a supertype/subtype entity

Validating Data Using Normalization

Define the purpose of normalization

Define the rules of First, Second, and Third Normal Forms

Apply the rules of First, Second, and Third Normal Form

Mapping Primary, Composite Primary and Foreign Keys

Identify primary keys from an ERD

Identify which ERD attributes would make candidate primary keys

Describe the purpose of a foreign key in an Oracle Database

Identify foreign keys from an ERD

Describe the relationship between primary keys, composite primary keys, and foreign keys in an Oracle Database

Using Data Definition Language (DDL)

Describe the purpose of DDL

Use DDL to manage tables and their relationships

Defining and using Basic Select statements

Identify the connection between an ERD and a Relational Database using SQL SELECT statements

Build a SELECT statement to retrieve data from an Oracle Database table

Use the WHERE clause to the SELECT statement to filter query results

Defining Table Joins

Describe the different types of joins and their features

Use joins to retrieve data from multiple tables

Types of  Databases Models      

Describe types of database models (relational, object oriented, flat, network…)               

Compare the differences between the different types of databases      

Defining Levels of Data Abstraction       

Define the terminology used for database storage          

Describe levels of data abstraction used in relational databases

The Language of Database and Data Modeling

Defining a Table in a Database

Describe the structure of a single table

Defining Instance and Schema in Relational Databases

Examine examples of an entity and a corresponding table

Examine examples of an attribute and a corresponding column

Explain instances and schemas in a relational database

Data Modeling – Creating the Physical Model

Creating Physical Data Models

Create a physical data model

Compare conceptual and  physical data models

Defining Supertype and Subtype Entity Relationships

Describe an example of an entity

Define supertype and subtype entities

Implement rules for supertype and subtype entities

Using Unique Identifiers (UIDs)

Define the types of unique identifiers

Select a unique identifier using business rules

Define a candidate unique identifier

Define an artificial unique identifier

Resolving Many to Many Relationships and Composite Unique Identifiers

Resolve a many-to-many relationship using an intersection entity

Identify the variations of unique identifiers after creation of an intersection entity

Define a barred relationship

Identify composite unique identifiers

Tracking Data Changes Over Time

Explain necessity of tracking data changes over time

Identify data that changes over time

Identify the changes in unique identifiers after adding the element of time to an ERD

Mapping the Physical Model

Mapping Entities,Columns and Data Types

Map entities to identify database tables to be created from an ERD

Identify column data types from an ERD

Identify common data types used to store values in a relational database

Introduction to SQL

Using Structured Query Language (SQL)

Explain the relationship between a database and SQL

Using Data Manipulation Language (DML) and Transaction Control Language (TCL)

Describe the purpose of  DML

Use DML to manage data in tables

Use TCL to manage transactions

Displaying Sorted Data

Use the ORDER BY clause to sort SQL query results

Exam Pattern 

  • Exam Name: Oracle Database Foundations
  • Exam Code: 1Z0-006
  • Number of Questions: 75
  • Length of Time:  150 minutes
  • Exam Fee $95 USD 
  • Exam Language: English

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