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SQL Server Course Over


This SQL Server training teaches developers all the Transact-SQL skills they need to create database objects like Tables, Views, Stored procedures & Functions and triggers in SQL Server.  Gives idea about writing Queries & Sub-queries, working with Joins, etc. As well as database management skills like backup, restore, etc.

SQL Server Training Prerequisite

  • No Prior Experience is Presumed.

SQL Server Training Course Objective

  • Learn Database models
  • Overview of SQL Server Management Studio and Transact-SQL language
  • Master writing simple and complex queries that retrieve data from the database
  • Calculate information across result sets using aggregate queries (sum, min, max, avg, etc.)
  • Insert, update, and delete data
  • Retrieve data from tables
  • Joins
  • Sub-queries
  • Working with Data Types
  • Procedure and Functions
  • Understand the different Views
  • Working with Triggers
  • Design a database
  • Maintain databases, tables, and sequences with SQL statements
  • Create and manage views
  • Ensure the integrity of multiple, related database updates by using transactions
  • Retrieve data using cursors
  • Manage binary data using BLOBs

SQL Server Course Duration

  • 30 Working days, daily 1.30 hours

SQL Server Training Course Content

Introduction To DBMS

  • File Management System And Its Drawbacks
  • Database Management System (DBMS) and Data Models
    • Physical Data Models
    • Logical Data Models
      • Hierarchical Data Model (HDBMS)
      • Network Data Model (NDBMS)
      • Relational Data Model (RDBMS)
      • Object Data Model (ODBMS)
      • Object Relational Data Model (ORDBMS)
  • Conceptual Data Models
    • Entity – Relationship (E-R) Model

Introduction To SQL Server

  • Advantages and Drawbacks Of SQL Server Compared To Oracle And DB2
    • Connecting To Server
      • Server Type
      • Server Name
      • Authentication Modes
        • Sql Server Authentication Mode
        • Windows Authentication Mode
        • Login and Password
        • Sql Server Management Studio and Tools In Management Studio
          • Object Explorer
          • Object Explorer Details
          • Query Editor

TSQL (Transact-Structured Query Language)

Introduction To TSQL
  • History and Features of TSQL
  • Types Of TSQL Commands
    • Data Definition Language (DDL)
    • Data Manipulation Language (DML)
    • Data Query Language (DQL)
    • Data Control Language (DCL)
    • Transaction Control Language (TCL)
    • Database
      • Creating Database
      • Altering Database
      • Deleting Database
      • Constrains
        • Procedural Integrity Constraints
        • Declarative Integrity Constraints
          • Not Null, Unique, Default and Check constraints
          • Primary Key and Referential Integrity or foreign key constraints
          • Data Types In TSQL
          • Table
            • Creating Table
            • Altering Table
            • Deleting Table
Data Manipulation Language
  • Insert
    • Identity
    • Creating A Table From Another Table
    • Inserting Rows From One Table To Another
    • Update
      • Computed Columns
      • Delete
        • Truncate
        • Differences Between Delete and Truncate
Data Query Language (DQL)
  • Select
  • Where clause
  • Order By Clause
  • Distinct Keyword
  • Isnull() function
  • Column aliases
  • Predicates
    • Between … And
    • In
    • Like
    • Is Null
Built In Functions
  • Scalar Functions
    • Numeric Functions
    • Character Functions
    • Conversion Functions
    • Date Functions
    • Aggregate Functions
      • Convenient Aggregate Functions
      • Statistical Aggregate Functions
      • Group By and Having Clauses
      • Super Aggregates
      • Over(partition by …) Clause
      • Ranking Functions
        • Common Table Expressions (CTE)

Top n Clause

Set Operators
  • Union
  • Intersect
  • Except
  • Inner Join
    • Equi Join
    • Natural Join
    • Non-Equi Join
    • Self Join
    • Outer Join
      • Left Outer Join
      • Right Outer Join
      • Full Outer Join
      • Cross Join
Sub Queries
  • Single Row Sub Queries
  • Multi Row Sub Queries
    • Any or Some
    • ALL
    • Nested Sub Queries
    • Co-Related Sub Queries
      • Exists and Not Exists
  • Clustered Index
  • NonClustered Index
  • Create , Alter and Drop Indexes
  • Using Indexes
  • Login Creation
    • SQL Server Authenticated Login
    • Windows Authenticated Login
    • User Creation
    • Granting Permissions
    • Revoking Permissions
    • Roles
  • Purpose Of Views
  • Creating , Altering and Dropping Indexes
  • Simple and Complex Views
  • Encryption and Schema Binding Options in creating views
Transaction Management
  • Introduction
  • Begin Transaction
  • Commit Transaction
  • Rollback Transaction
  • Save Transaction
  • Role Of Log File In Transaction Management
  • Implicit Transactions
TSQL Programming
  • Drawbacks Of TSQL that leads to TSQL Programming
  • Introduction To TSQL Programming
  • Control statements In TSQL Programming
    • Conditional Control Statements
      • If
      • Case
  • Looping Control Statements
    • While
  • Working With Cursors
  • Types Of Cursors
    • Forward_Only and Scroll Cursors
    • Static, Dynamic and Keyset Cursors
    • Local and Global Cursors
Stored Sub Programs
  • Advantages Of Stored Sub Programs compared to Independent SQL Statements
  • Stored Procedures
    • Creating , Altering and Dropping
    • Optional Parameters
    • Input and Output Parameters
    • Permissions on Stored Procedures
  • User Defined Functions
    • Creating, Altering and Dropping
    • Types Of User Defined Functions
      • Scalar Functions
      • Table Valued Functions
        • Inline Table Valued Functions
        • Multi Statement Table Valued Functions
    • Permissions On User Defined Functions
  • Triggers
    • Purpose of Triggers
    • Differences Between Stored Procedures and User Defined Functions and Triggers
    • Creating, Altering and Dropping Triggers
    • Magic Tables
    • Instead Of Triggers
  • Exception Handling
    • Implementing Exception Handling
    • Adding and removing User Defined Error Messages To And From SQL Server Error Messages List
    • Raising Exceptions Manual
CLR Integration
  • What is CLR Integration and The Steps For Implementing It
  • A Simple Example With CLR Integration

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