In this MS SQL Server Course, offered as SQL Intermediate, delves into SQL beyond the basics. You will learn how to get valuable business information, trends, summaries, statistics and insights from data sets using
This course is ideal for managers and data analysts who need to get business intelligence from data.
We use MS SQL Server, unless you request a different database.
What is a database, Tables, rows and columns, Indexes, primary keys, foreign keys,
SQL Getting started and Logging in, Selecting a database, Executing SQL statements
Basic SQL SELECT statement
The SQL SELECT statement, WHERE clause, Boolean operators (AND and OR) and SQL conditional operators (=,!=,>,<,IN, and BETWEEN).The ORDER BY clause, Column aliases, LIMIT / TOP, Distinct
Arithmetic expressions, Null functions (“IS NULL,” “IS NOT NULL,” , "Isnull",“Coalesce”).
SQL AGGREGATE Functions (Sum, Average, Maximum, Minimum, Count), Group By, Having.
SQL Cartesian products,
SQL Joins (Inner join, Left join, Right join, Full join) Table aliases,
Natural joins, Multi-table joins.
Union, Union All, Except, Intersect.
SQL Subqueries, Nested Subqueries, “WITH AS”, Correlated and uncorrelated subqueries. Global and Local Temp Tables.
SQL Built-in Functions: Numeric Functions (ABS, SIGN, MOD, etc.) and String Functions (Locate, Left, Right, Concat, etc), DATE and TIME functions.
SQL 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.
SQL Indexes (Create, alter and drop).
Creating Databases and Tables (Create, alter and drop); Constraints (Add, alter and drop).
Import data into SQL and Export from SQL.
Exporting using SQL, Importing using SQL, Exporting from the command line, Importing from the command line.
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