MySQL is an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS).
MySQL is open-source software, under the terms of the GNU General Public License. MySQL is available for use free of charge and is also available under a variety of proprietary licenses. MySQL is owned by Oracle Corporation. In 2010, Oracle forked the open-source MySQL project to create MariaDB.
Interesting to know, its name combines "SQL", the abbreviation for Structured Query Language and "My", the name of co-founder Michael Widenius's daughter.
In this MySQL Course you will learn how to get valuable information, trends, summaries, statistics and insights from your company data using SQL.This course is ideal for managers and data analysts who need to get business intelligence from data.
To assist with the MySQL aspects of the MySQL Course, we also cover database basics. What is a database? Tables, rows and columns, Indexes, primary keys, unique constraints and foreign keys, Client-Server architecture, Supported data types, table types,. The Information_Schema
MySQL Getting started and Logging in, Selecting a database, Client commands, Entering and executing MySQL statements, Retrieving previous commands, Creating, editing and executing MySQL files, Redirecting output into a file, Command line execution of MySQL Scripts
The MySQL SELECT statement, Case sensitivity, Quotes, Statement terminator, Syntax conventions, The select clause, The FROM clause, Conditions and the WHERE clause, Boolean operators (AND and OR) and MySQL conditional operators (=,!=,>,<,IN, and BETWEEN).The ORDER BY clause, Column aliases, Arithmetic expressions, Null functions (“IS NULL,” “IS NOT NULL,” , "Isnull",“Coalesce”), Precedence of operators
The LIMIT and TOP clauses, Aggregate (Sum, Average, Maximum, Minimum, Count), Group By, Rollup with Group By, Having.
MySQL Cartesian products,
MySQL Joins (Inner join, Left join, Right join, Full join) Table aliases,
Natural joins, Multi-table joins.
Union, Union All, Except/Minus, Simulating join with Intersect.
MySQL Subqueries, Nested Subqueries, Correlated and uncorrelated subqueries. Global and Local Temp Tables.
MySQL Built-in Functions: Numeric Functions (ABS, SIGN, MOD, etc.)
and String Functions (Locate, Left, Right, Concat, etc),
DATE and TIME functions.
MySQL Views (Create, alter and drop), Stored Procedures (Create, alter and drop, Input and Output parameters); Custom Functions (Create, alter and drop).
Inserting rows, Replacing rows, Updating rows, Deleting rows, The truncate statement, The COMMIT and ROLLBACK commands, Savepoints, Implicit commits.
MySQL Indexes (Create, alter and drop).
Creating Databases and Tables (Create, alter and drop); Constraints (Add, alter and drop).
Import data into MySQL and Export from MySQL.
Exporting using MySQL, Importing using MySQL.
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