Microsoft SQL Server Introduction to SQL E-Learning
Introduction to SQL E-Learning
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Microsoft SQL Server

Introduction to SQL E-Learning

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Introduction to SQL E-Learning Training

Bestel deze unieke E-Learning cursus Introduction to SQL online, 1 jaar 24/ 7 toegang tot rijke interactieve video’s, spraak, voortgangsbewaking door rapportages en testen per hoofdstuk om de kennis direct te toetsen.


Cursusinhoud

Course 1: Introduction to SQL (2 Hours, 53 Minutes)

As with any development skill in the industry, learning the core fundamentals creates a foundation. In this course, you will take your first steps in learning about relational databases and Structured Query Language (SQL). This course covers concepts of a database and an introduction to SQL, diving into the architecture, creating and managing tables, and queries. This course looks at the various basic components and how to create a standard query. By the end of these courses, you will be well on your way to creating efficient and easily manageable databases and have fun while doing it.

start the course
identify a database and how it relates to SQL
describe the relational concepts of SQL, various database
types, and when and why they are used
use SQL to describe the differences between SQL and other
languages
describe in high level, structured query language and its
use
use SQL to create a simple statement
describe data types and their relation to SQL
use SQL to create a simple database example
describe tables and how to create them in SQL
use tables to further dive into the complexities of SQL
use the INSERT statement in SQL
use SQL to create more complex tables
use SQL to alter an existing table
use SQL to delete an existing table
use SELECT to take a look at a table
use the NULL statement in SQL
use the DEFAULT statement in SQL
use the SELECT statement in SQL queries
use SELECT to retrieve data from more than one table in
SQL
use SQL to create several data types
use DELETE to remove data from a table in SQL
use UPDATE to change data in SQL
use ORDER BY with results to sort data in SQL
use WHERE to filter data and retrieve requested results in
SQL
use all data management components in an example in SQL
describe SQL and the query while demonstrating how to create a
table and manipulate it

Course 2: Introduction to SQL: Managing Table Design (1 Hour, 55 Minutes)

As with any development skill in the industry, learning the core fundamentals creates a foundation. In this course you will learn about ALTER and CREATE, constraints and their use, grouping and aggregating concepts, using SQL arithmetic, and the various string functions. This course will provide concepts and strategies to form a more thorough approach to database management and assist you by providing a clearer picture of what SQL is all about. By the end of these courses, you will be well on your way to creating efficient and easily manageable databases and have fun while doing it.

start the course
define multiple tables and describe their use in SQL
use SQL for the process of connecting tables
use FOREIGN KEY with CREATE in SQL architecture
describe relationships between tables and the different patterns
use composite keys and their relative values
describe the functional dependencies and their use
use functional dependencies in a example
use inner joins in SQL
use equijoins and non-equijoins and describe their differences in SQL architecture
use Outer Joins in SQL
use multiple joins and multiple conditions in SQL
use the UNION operator and describe how it combines results
describe a subquery and its use in SQL
use query as a SELECT column in SQL
use correlated and noncorrelated queries in SQL
use a query with a natural join
use IN, NOT IN commands in SQL
use correlated query with EXISTS and NOT EXISTS operators
use HAVING clause in SQL with queries
use queries with the UPDATE statement in SQL
use queries with the INSERT statement in SQL
use queries with the DELETE FROM statement in SQL
use SQL to create a more complex query
use SQL more efficiently with operational tips
describe the multiple layers of tables and their management in various SQL queries

Course 3: Introduction to SQL: Multiple Tables and Advanced Queries (2 Hours, 39 Minutes)

As with any development skill in the industry, learning the core fundamentals creates a foundation. In the course, you will learn about multi-table database architecture and design; connecting several tables; and concepts using inner outer joins, equijoins, and non-equijoins. You will also learn about subqueries and advanced queries in SQL; using statements with multiple conditions and multiple joins; new operators; and functions to manage your data. This course also covers Multijoins, UNION operator, and functional dependencies. By the end of these courses, you will be well on your way to creating efficient and easily manageable databases and have fun while doing it.

start the course
define multiple tables and describe their use in SQL
use SQL for the process of connecting tables
use FOREIGN KEY with CREATE in SQL architecture
describe relationships between tables and the different patterns
use composite keys and their relative values
describe the functional dependencies and their use
use functional dependencies in a example
use inner joins in SQL
use equijoins and non-equijoins and describe their differences in SQL architecture
use Outer Joins in SQL
use multiple joins and multiple conditions in SQL
use the UNION operator and describe how it combines results
describe a subquery and its use in SQL
use query as a SELECT column in SQL
use correlated and noncorrelated queries in SQL
use a query with a natural join
use IN, NOT IN commands in SQL
use correlated query with EXISTS and NOT EXISTS operators
use HAVING clause in SQL with queries
use queries with the UPDATE statement in SQL
use queries with the INSERT statement in SQL
use queries with the DELETE FROM statement in SQL
use SQL to create a more complex query
use SQL more efficiently with operational tips
describe the multiple layers of tables and their management in various SQL queries

Course 4: Introduction to SQL: Views, Transactions, and SQL Security Architecture (3 Hours, 9 Minutes)

As with any development skill in the industry, learning the core fundamentals creates a foundation. This course describes the SQL views in more detail, defining the various views and their management, and introduces concepts such as Transactions and how to group statements, Transact-SQL, and transaction logs. In this course, you will learn about one of the most important aspects of SQL – its security. You will learn about defining the lock system and various levels of security access and management as well as many other operators and functions used in SQL statements. This includes the setup and installation of security architecture. By the end of these courses, you will be well on your way to creating efficient and easily manageable databases and have fun while doing it.

start the course
describe views and their relation to the SQL architecture
use SQL to create a simple view
use the various views in SQL architecture
use SQL to update a view
use SQL to drop views
describe the various transactions and their use in SQL
describe the various ACID transactions and their use
use Transactions in SQL
use ROLLBACK statement in SQL
use the COMMIT statement in SQL
use ROLLBACK and COMMIT in an SQL query
use SQL to define Transact-SQL and the relation with transaction types
use transaction logs and define their purpose in SQL
describe locks and their use in SQL
use SQL to introduce the various levels of locking and their use
use SQL to describe the various lock modes
use SQL to identify the levels of locking
use SQL to create an implementation using locks
describe the various security concepts in SQL
use SQL to describe the philosophy behind User IDs and their use
use SQL to describe how to create a user and how to manage them
use SQL to describe the use of group IDs and roles in
use SQL to define the use of privileges and restrictions
use SQL security processes to create a user and a group with privileges
describe views, transactions, and the security model and the relation to SQL

Specificaties
Duur 7 uur
Taal Engels
Certificaat van deelname Ja
Online toegang 365 dagen
Voortgangsbewaking Ja
Award Winning E-learning Ja
Geschikt voor mobiel Ja
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