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SQL Server

Course Overview

The SQL Server course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of Microsoft SQL Server, a relational database management system (RDBMS) developed by Microsoft. This course covers various aspects of SQL Server, including database administration, Transact-SQL (T-SQL) programming, business intelligence, and data warehousing. Participants will gain insights into designing, implementing, and managing databases using SQL Server.

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Description

This course begins with an introduction to SQL Server, its editions, and its role in managing and storing data efficiently. Participants will learn about database design principles, SQL Server installation and configuration, and basic database management tasks. The course covers Transact-SQL for querying and manipulating data, as well as advanced topics such as stored procedures, triggers, and views. Practical examples, hands-on projects, and real-world scenarios will be used to reinforce theoretical concepts.

Course Objectives

The primary objectives of the SQL Server course are as follows:

  1. Introduction to SQL Server: Provide an overview of Microsoft SQL Server, its editions, and its applications in data management.
  2. Database Design Principles: Understand the principles of relational database design and normalization.
  3. SQL Server Installation and Configuration: Learn the process of installing and configuring SQL Server for different scenarios.
  4. Database Management: Explore basic database management tasks, including creating databases, tables, and indexes.
  5. Transact-SQL (T-SQL) Basics: Cover the fundamentals of Transact-SQL, including querying and modifying data.
  6. Advanced T-SQL Programming: Dive into advanced T-SQL concepts, such as stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions.
  7. SQL Server Administration: Understand key aspects of SQL Server administration, including backup and recovery, security, and performance tuning.
  8. Business Intelligence (BI) with SQL Server: Explore BI features in SQL Server, including Reporting Services, Integration Services, and Analysis Services.
  9. Data Warehousing: Learn about SQL Server's capabilities for data warehousing and analytics.
  10. Best Practices: Discuss best practices for designing, implementing, and managing databases using SQL Server.

Prerequisites
Course Curriculum

  • File Management System And Its Drawbacks
  • Database Management System (DBMS) and Data Models
  • Conceptual Data Models

  • Advantages and Drawbacks Of SQL Server Compared To Oracle And DB2

  • History and Features of TSQL
  • Altering DatabaseTypes Of TSQL Commands
  • Deleting Database
  • Data Types In TSQL

  • Create
  • Alter
  • Drop
  • Truncate

  • Insert, Update & Delete
  • Differences Between Delete and Truncate
  • MERGE command

  • Select
  • Where clause
  • Predicates
  • Order By Clause
  • Distinct Clause
  • Column aliases
  • Computed columns

  • Numeric Functions
  • Character Functions
  • Conversion Functions
  • Date Functions
  • Special functions
  • Aggregate Functions
  • Ranking Functions

  • Union
  • Intersect
  • Except

  • Inner Join or Equi Join
  • Outer Join
  • Non-Equi Join
  • Self Join
  • Cross Join
  • ANSI joins

  • Single Row Sub Queries
  • Multi Row Sub Queries
  • Derived Tables & CTEs
  • Scalar Subqueries

  • Introduction
  • Begin Transaction
  • Commit / Rollback Transaction
  • Save Transaction
  • Role Of Log File In Transaction Management
  • Implicit Transactions

  • SQL Server Authenticated Login
  • Windows Authenticated Login
  • Login Creation
  • User Creation
  • Granting Permissions
  • Revoking Permissions
  • Roles

  • Purpose Of Views
  • Simple and Complex Views
  • Encryption and Schema Binding Options in creating views

  • Non Clustered Index
  • Unique Index
  • Clustered Index

  • Generating sequence numbers using identity with SEED, INCR

  • creating, altering, dropping sequence

  • Drawbacks Of TSQL that leads to TSQL Programming
  • Introduction To TSQL Programming
  • Control statements In TSQL Programming
  • Looping Control Statements

  • Working With Cursors
  • Types Of Cursors

  • Implementing Exception Handling
  • Adding and removing User Defined Error Messages To And From SQL Server Error Messages List
  • User defined exceptions

  • Advantages Of Stored Sub Programs compared to Independent SQL Statements
  • Stored Procedures
  • User Defined Functions

  • Purpose of Triggers
  • Differences Between Stored Procedures and User Defined Functions and Triggers
  • Creating, Altering and Dropping Triggers
  • Magic Tables
  • Instead Of Triggers

  • Temporary Tables and Global Temporary Tables
  • Table variables
  • Diff b/w temporary tables and table variables
  • Backup and Restore Of Database
  • Exporting & Importing Data
  • Attach and Detach of Database
  • Normalization
Who can learn this course

This course is suitable for a diverse range of individuals, including:

  1. Database Administrators: Professionals responsible for managing and maintaining SQL Server databases.
  2. Developers: Individuals interested in using SQL Server for database-driven applications and software development.
  3. Business Intelligence Professionals: Those working with SQL Server for creating and managing business intelligence solutions.
  4. IT Managers: Professionals involved in decision-making related to database solutions and infrastructure.
  5. Data Analysts: Individuals analyzing and interpreting data using SQL Server databases.
  6. Students and Graduates: Those pursuing degrees in computer science or related fields with an interest in database management.
  7. System Architects: Professionals involved in designing and architecting systems where SQL Server is a key component.
  8. Anyone Interested in SQL Server: Enthusiasts and professionals curious about leveraging SQL Server for database management and business intelligence.

The SQL Server course is designed to cater to both beginners and individuals with some experience in database management, providing a solid foundation in SQL Server for various applications and use cases.

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