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WRITING T-SQL QUERIES IN SQL SERVER 2005
SQL Training Overview

In this course, you’ll learn how to build basic queries using Transact-SQL, the language of SQL Server. Then, you'll learn how to build effective views, stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions, using Transact-SQL. You'll learn about the new enhancements to the Transact-SQL programming language including improved support for error handling and hierarchical queries, and programmers can now use .NET languages like C# and Visual Basic to build database objects.

SQL Training Audience:

Database developers and SQL Server administrators who need to understand Transact-SQL.

SQL Training Prerequisites

A solid understanding of relational databases is recommended.


SQL Training Course duration

3 days

SQL Training Course outline

A Tour of SQL Server 2005

  • SQL Server 2005 Editions, Components, and Tools
  • Editions
  • Server Components
  • Management Tools
  • Documentation and Samples
  • Using SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS)
  • Connecting Management Studio
  • The Object Explorer
  • Database Objects
  • Working with Tables and Queries
  • Creating Tables
  • Creating a View
  • Generating Scripts
  • New Transact-SQL Features
  • Common Table Expressions (CTEs)
  • Ranking Functions
  • TOP(n) and APPLY
  • PIVOT
  • FOR XML PATH
  • Try/Catch Error Handling
  • Using EXECUTE AS
  • Using Snapshot Isolation
  • Running CLR Code in SQL Server 2005
  • Business Intelligence Services
  • SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)
  • SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS)
  • Reporting Services
  • Analysis Services (SSAS)
Designing and Creating a Database
  • Relational Database Design Principles
  • The Origins of Relational Design
  • Data Normalization
  • Understanding Referential Integrity
  • Beyond Normalization
  • Implementing the Design
  • Database Storage
  • Creating Databases
  • Modifying Database Options
  • Creating Tables
  • Creating Constraints
  • Triggers
  • Creating Indexes
  • Using Database Diagrams
Data Selection Queries
  • Understanding Transact-SQL
  • Schemas and Naming in SQL Server 2005
  • The SELECT Statement
  • Selecting All Columns
  • Concatenating Columns
  • Naming Columns
  • Using DISTINCT to Limit Values
  • The WHERE Clause
  • Transact-SQL Comparison Operators
  • The LIKE Operator
  • The BETWEEN Operator
  • Using IS NULL to Test for Nulls
  • Multiple Conditions with AND, OR, and NOT
  • Operator Precedence
  • Using the IN Operator
  • Using ORDER BY to Sort Data
  • Sorting on a Single Column
  • Sorting by Multiple Columns
  • Sorting with Expressions
  • The GROUP BY Clause
  • Aggregate Functions
  • Counting Rows
  • Counting Columns
  • Counting with a WHERE Clause
  • Using GROUP BY
  • Using ORDER BY with GROUP BY
  • Using HAVING with GROUP BY
  • TOP Value Queries
  • Joining Tables
  • Cross Joins (Cartesian Products)
  • The Use of Keys in Joining
  • Join Notation
  • Inner Joins
  • Outer Joins
  • Self Joins
Modifying Data
  • Modifying Data
  • Inserting Data
  • Inserting a Single Value
  • Inserting Multiple Values
  • Inserting Multiple Rows
  • Creating a New Table Using SELECT INTO
  • Temporary Tables
  • Using Bulk Copy to Insert Data
  • Updating Data
  • Updating a Single Row
  • Updating Multiple Rows and Columns
  • Updating from Another Table
  • Updating with TOP
  • Updating Large Value Types with UPDATE.WRITE
  • Deleting Data
  • Deleting a Single Row
  • Deleting Multiple Rows
  • Understanding Transaction Isolation
  • Isolation Levels Explained
  • Blocking and Deadlocks
  • Using Snapshot Isolation
Working with SQL Server Management Studio
  • Getting Started with SSMS
  • Connecting to Management Studio
  • Configuring SSMS Options
  • SSMS Toolbars
  • Overview of SSMS Menu Options
  • Configuring SSMS Windows
  • Exploring the Object Explorer
  • Right-Click Menu Options
  • Server and Database Objects
  • Displaying and Filtering Objects
  • Finding Objects
  • Editing Database Objects in the SSMS Designers
  • Working with the Query Editor
  • Displaying Multiple Code Windows
  • Formatting and Editing Code
  • Scripting with SSMS
  • Executing Queries
  • Creating Projects and Solutions
  • Working Offline
  • Using SQL Server Books Online
  • Getting Help in SSMS
Transact-SQL Programming
  • Overview of Transact-SQL
  • Transact-SQL Extensions
  • Batches and Scripts
  • Variables
  • Delimiters and Operators
  • Transact-SQL and Data Types
  • Using Built-In Functions
  • Working with Nulls
  • Handling Numbers
  • Manipulating Strings
  • Working with Date and Time Values
  • Using the @@ Functions
  • Controlling Flow
  • IF…ELSE
  • BEGIN…END
  • GOTO, RETURN, and Labels
  • CASE
  • WHILE
  • WAITFOR
  • Ranking Results
Transactions and Error Handling
  • Transaction Concepts
  • Passing the ACID Test
  • Transaction Types
  • Avoiding Blocked Transactions
  • Working around Deadlocks
  • Applications and Transactions
  • Designing Transactional Support
  • Understanding Compile and Runtime Errors
  • Creating Explicit Transactions
  • Explicit Transaction Syntax
  • Transact-SQL Error Handling in Transactions
  • Using RAISERROR
  • Using TRY/CATCH Error Handling
  • TRY/CATCH Overview
  • Using TRY/CATCH in Stored Procedure
  • Handling Uncommittable Transactions in XACT_STATE
Creating Views
  • What Is a View?
  • Advantages of Views
  • Views and Security
  • Creating Views
  • View Rules
  • View Syntax and Options
  • Tools for Creating Views
  • Nesting Views, Derived Tables, and CTEs
  • Encrypting View Definitions
  • Updating Data Using a View
  • Updating Rules
  • Updating Behavior
  • Using Computed Columns
  • Creating a Computed Column
  • Indexed Views
  • How Indexed Views Work
  • Partitioned Views
Creating Stored Procedures and Triggers
  • Creating Stored Procedures
  • Stored Procedure Features
  • Stored Procedures Performance Benefits
  • Reasons to Use Stored Procedures
  • Stored Procedure Syntax
  • Creating Stored Procedures Using SSMS
  • Creating and Executing Stored Procedures
  • Working with Parameters
  • Testing and Debugging Stored Procedures
  • Creating Triggers
  • Uses for Triggers
  • How Triggers Work
  • Creating an AFTER Trigger
  • Creating an INSTEAD OF Trigger on a View
  • Creating a DDL Trigger to Restrict Table Creation
Creating User-Defined Functions
  • User-Defined Function Overview
  • Scalar Functions
  • Scalar Function Syntax
  • Inline Table-Valued Functions
  • Inline Syntax
  • Executing Inline Table-Valued Functions
  • Inline Functions with Parameters
  • Updating Data with Inline Functions
  • Multi-Statement Table-Valued Functions
  • Multi-Statement Function Syntax
  • Executing Multi-Statement Functions
  • Joining to Functions
  • Using Functions, Views, and Stored Procedures
  • Using Scalar Functions
  • Using Table-Valued Functions
  • Choosing Between Functions, Views, and Stored Procedures
Using .NET Code in SQL Server 2005
  • Writing SQLCLR Code
  • Creating SQLCLR Code Manually
  • Creating SQLCLR Code Using Visual Studio 2005
  • SQL Data Types
  • Accessing Local Data
  • Returning Results
  • SQLCLR Code Modules
  • Stored Procedures and Triggers
  • User-Defined Functions
  • Aggregates
  • Managing Code Modules
  • System Catalogs
  • Troubleshooting
  • SQLCLR Security
  • Code Access Security (CAS)
  • SQLCLR Permission Sets
  • T-SQL vs. .NET Code
Advanced Query Techniques
  • Full-Text Search
  • SQL Server 2005 Enhancements
  • Configuring Full-Text Search
  • Writing Full-Text Queries
  • The CONTAINS Predicate
  • The FREETEXT Predicate
  • Using CONTAINSTABLE and FREETEXTTABLE
  • Using Full-Text DDL
  • Generating XML with FOR XML
  • Using AUTO Mode
  • Using RAW Mode
  • Using EXPLICIT Mode
  • Using PATH Mode
  • Using APPLY
  • Comparing APPLY to Using Joins
  • Using APPLY with Table-Valued Functions
  • Combining APPLY with FOR XML PATH
  • Creating Recursive Queries
  • Using a Common Table Expression
  • Creating Pivot Queries
  • Rotating Column Data in Column Headings
Executing Dynamic SQL
  • Overcoming PIVOT Limitations
  • Using Parameters with sp_executesql
  • Using QUOTENAME()
  • Using sp_executesql with Output Parameters
  • Signing Stored Procedures with Certificates

 
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