SQL Server 101 : Microsoft SQL Server for Absolute Beginners. With the help of this course you can An absolute beginner’s tutorial to quickly learn Microsoft SQL Server from scratch using Management Studio and T SQL..
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What Will You Learn?
At the completion of the course, you will know how to install SQL Server and create a practice environment for yourself.
You will be familiarized with some of the core concepts of RDBMS / SQL Server.
You will learn the ins and outs of SQL Server Management studio.
You will start constructing your SELECT statement to retrieve data from SQL Server.
You will know how to filter out unwanted data by using WHERE clause as well as, you would know how to order your result set by using ORDER BY clause.
You will also know about some of the string functions, date functions, and system functions.
You will see how to get data out of multiple tables using JOIN ( INNER / LEFT OUTER / RIGHT OUTER / FULL OUTER / CROSS JOINS).
You will also see how to use UNION / UNION ALL operators and as to how they differ from JOINS.
You will see how to group and summarize your data by using , GROUP BY clause, HAVING clause and Aggregate functions.
In this course you will learn:
- Start from scratch by installing Microsoft SQL Server Express edition
- Requirements for installing Microsoft SQL Server
- Core concepts of RDBMS
- Comparison of MS SQL Server with Oracle, IBM etc.
- Getting around SQL Server Management Studio
- Details of System databases
- Constructing SELECT statement starting with literals
- Using FROM clause
- Working with columns specified in the SELECT LIST
- Using WHERE clause
- Using ORDER BY clause
- Using BETWEEN / NOT BETWEEN operator
- Using IN / NOT IN operator
- Pattern matching using LIKE operator and wild card characters
- Working with NULL
- Using string functions including concatenation
- Using Date functions
- SQL Server System functions
- Working with JOINS – INNER / LEFT OUTER / RIGHT OUTER / FULL OUTER / CROSS JOIN
- Working with UNION / UNION ALL
- A look at sub queries
- Duplicate rows – DISTINCT / ALL predicates
- Aggregate functions
- Using GROUP BY clause
- Using HAVING clause