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Writing Queries Using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Transact-SQL

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Overview of SQL Server 2008 Overview of SQL Server Databases Overview and Syntax Elements of T-SQL Working with T-SQL Scripts Using T-SQL Querying Tools Exploring the Components and Executing Queries in SQL Server Management Studio

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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Transact-SQL
Server
Microsoft SQL Server
Reporting
SQL

Programma

Starting and Using SQLCMD


Generating a Report from a SQL Server Database Using Microsoft Office Excel


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Describe the architecture and components of SQL Server 2008.


Describe the structure of a SQL Server database.


Explain the basics of the SQL language.


Describe the syntax elements of T-SQL.


Explain how to manage T-SQL scripts.


Use T-SQL querying tools to query SQL Server 2008 databases.


The students will be introduced to the basic Transact-SQL (T-SQL) statements that are used for writing queries, filtering data, and formatting result sets.


Using the SELECT Statement


Filtering Data


Working with NULL Values


Formatting Result Sets


Performance Considerations for Writing Queries


Retrieving Data by Using the SELECT Statement


Filtering Data by Using Different Search Conditions


Using Functions to Work with NULL Values


Formatting Result Sets


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Retrieve data by using the SELECT statement.


Filter data by using different search conditions.


Explain how to work with NULL values.


Format result sets.


Describe the performance considerations that affect data retrieval.


The students will learn to group and summarize data when generating reports in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 by using aggregate functions and the COMPUTE clause.


Summarizing Data by Using Aggregate Functions


Summarizing Grouped Data


Ranking Grouped Data


Creating Crosstab Queries


Summarizing Data by Using Aggregate Functions


Summarizing Grouped Data


Ranking Grouped Data


Creating Crosstab Queries


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Summarize data by using aggregate functions.


Summarize grouped data by using the GROUP BY and COMPUTE clauses.


Rank grouped data.


Create cross-tabulation queries by using the PIVOT and UNPIVOT clauses.


The students will learn to write joins to query multiple tables, as well as limiting and combining result sets.


Querying Multiple Tables by Using Joins


Applying Joins for Typical Reporting Needs


Combining and Limiting Result Set


Querying Multiple Tables by Using Joins


Applying Joins for Typical Reporting Needs


Combining and Limiting Result Sets


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Query multiple tables by using joins.


Apply joins for typical reporting needs.


Combine and limit result sets.


The students will be introduced to basic and correlated subqueries and how these compare with joins and temporary tables. The students will also be introduced to using common table expressions in queries.


Writing Basic Subqueries


Writing Correlated Subqueries


Comparing Subqueries with Joins and Temporary Tables


Using Common Table Expressions


Writing Basic Subqueries


Writing Correlated Subqueries


Comparing Subqueries with Joins and Temporary Tables


Using Common Table Expressions


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Write basic subqueries.


Write correlated subqueries.


Compare subqueries with joins and temporary tables.


Use common table expressions in queries.


The students will be able to modify the data in tables by using the INSERT, DELETE, and UPDATE statements. In addition, students will examine how transactions work in a database, the importance of transaction isolation levels, and how to manage transactions.


Inserting Data into Tables


Deleting Data from Tables


Updating Data in Tables


Overview of Transactions


Inserting Data into Tables


Deleting Data from Tables


Updating Data in Tables


Working with Transactions


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Insert data into tables.


Delete data from tables.


Update data in tables.


Describe transactions.


The students will learn to query semi-structured and unstructured data. The students will also learn how SQL Server 2008 handles XML data and will query XML data. The students will also be introduced to full-text indexing in SQL Server 2008.


Querying Metadata


Overview of XML


Querying XML Data


Overview of Full-Text Indexes


Querying Full-Text Indexes


Querying Metadata


Querying XML Data


Creating and Querying Full-Text Indexes


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Query metadata.


Describe the functionality of XML.


Query XML data.


Describe the functionality of full-text indexes.


Query full-text indexes.


The students will be introduced to user-defined functions and executing various kinds of queries by using user-defined functions. The students will be introduced to SQL Server views that encapsulate data and present users with limited and relevant information. In addition, the students will be introduced to SQL Server stored procedures and the functionalities of the various programming objects. The students will learn how to perform distributed queries and how SQL Server works with heterogeneous data such as databases, spreadsheets, and other servers.


Overview of Views


Overview of User-Defined Functions


Overview of Stored Procedures


Overview of Triggers


Writing Distributed Queries


Creating Views


Creating User-Defined Functions


Creating Stored Procedures


Writing Distributed Queries


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Encapsulate queries by using views.


Encapsulate expressions by using user-defined functions.


Explain how stored procedures encapsulate T-SQL logic.


Define triggers, types of triggers, create a trigger.


Write distributed queries.


The students will be introduced to best practices for querying complex data. The students will also examine how to query complex table structures such as data stored in hierarchies and self-referencing tables. The students will analyze the recommended guidelines for executing queries and how to optimize query performance.


Considerations for Querying Data


Working with Data Types


Cursors and Set-Based Queries


Dynamic SQL


Maintaining Query Files


Using Execution Plans


Converting Data Types


Implementing a Hierarchy


Using Cursors and Set-Based Queries


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Explain the recommendations for querying complex data.


Query complex table structures.


Write efficient queries.


Use various techniques when working with complex queries.


Maintain query files.



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