Instructor-led and self-paced online Oracle Spatial training courses are available from Oracle University! Free online tutorials are also available in the Oracle By Example series.
The Oracle Spatial: Essentials course is applicable to users running either Oracle 10g or Oracle 11g.
The course extensively covers the concepts and usage of the native data types, functions and operators available in Oracle Spatial for implementing geospatial applications and location-based services.
Using the Oracle Application Server MapViewer, students learn how to render maps and view geospatial data managed by Oracle Spatial or Locator. Students also get introduced to basics of geocoding and routing concepts.
Demonstrations and hands-on practice reinforce the fundamental concepts.
Lab Exercises (for students who have completed Oracle Spatial: Essentials instructor-led class):
Note: The lab document for these lab exercises is distributed only in the Oracle Spatial: Essentials course and is not available online. You must enroll in the course to receive this document.
In this course, students learn to use Oracle Spatial GeoRaster, Oracle Spatial's open solution for storing digital imagery and grid data in the database. Students use an open source GeoRaster loader, GDAL, and Oracle's Java GeoRaster loader to load raster images and learn about the Map Builder and MapViewer support for GeoRaster. Also, students learn how Oracle Spatial topology data model stores topology information in the database and how the Oracle Spatial network data model stores network information in the database for graph analysis. Students also learn about Spatial Analysis and Mining and the Oracle Workspace Manager.
Lab Exercises (for students who have completed Oracle Spatial: Advanced instructor-led class):
Note: The lab document for these lab exercises is distributed only in the Oracle Spatial: Advanced course and is not available online. You must enroll in the course to receive this document.
No Online Courses are currently available.
This tutorial describes how to use the demo files for Oracle Spatial Web Services such as Web Feature Service (WFS), Catalog Services for the Web (CSW), and Open Location Services (OpenLS).
This tutorial shows you how to use location-based analysis on current and proposed data.