Querying Microsoft SQL Server Databases using T-SQL

Querying Microsoft SQL Server Databases using T-SQL

Querying Microsoft SQL Server Databases using T-SQL. With the help of this course you can Learn To Query Microsoft SQL Server Database using T-SQL.

This course was created by Skill Tree. It was rated 4.1 out of 5 by approx 11496 ratings. There are approx 47337 users enrolled with this course, so don’t wait to download yours now. This course also includes 3 hours on-demand video, Full lifetime access, Access on mobile and TV & Certificate of Completion.

What Will You Learn?

  • Download and Install SQL Server

  • Connect to SQL Server Using SSMS

  • Know how to use SSMS Tool

  • Write Basic T-SQL Select Query

  • Create Aliases

  • Retrieve NuLL Values

  • Perform Table Joins

  • Get Data From Multiple Tables

Microsoft SQL Server is one of the most popular and widely used relational database management systems (RDBMS) in the world.
T-SQL is Microsoft’s own version of the standard SQL language used to query Microsoft SQL Server Databases.
Transact-SQL is integral to the power of SQL Server. Transact-SQL features allow developers to create scalable, distributed applications to meet the demanding requirements of modern organisations.
In this course you will Learn how to setup an SQL Sever environment as well as connect to and query the database using SQL Server Management Studio also known as SSMS. You will learn how to install the adventureworks2014 sample database which we will use for this course .You will learn to query one or many different tables using SELECT statements and also about Aliases and why they are used. You will learn about the various types of tables joins used to get data from multiple tables.
You will be able to Write SQL code based on ANSI/ISO standards to build Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle database structures , Update database content with SQL and transaction handling and Retrieve data with filter conditions and from multiple tables using various types of join

Lectures include:
Writing SELECT queries
Write Transact SQL Queries
Table Joins
Aliases
Null Values
Query Multiple Tables

This is a hands-on practical course that is taught at a pace that you can follow along easily.
I look forward to welcoming you to the course.

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