Get yourself trained on Basic concepts of with this Online Training Basic concepts of Databases and writing Query in SQL Server.
Online Training Basic concepts of Databases and writing Query in SQL Server
This course will provide the information related to basic concepts of databases and will teach that how to write the queries, following areas will be considered in this course:What is RDBMSFamous RDBMS being used in industryWhat is Primary Key,Composite Keyand Foreign KeyWhat is Structured Query LanguageConcepts of Data Models ( One to One, One to Many , Many to Many)How to install a RDBMS (SQL Server)How to Create a Database in MS SQL ServerHow to writeSELECTstatementHow to write the WHEREClauseHow to insert data in a tableHow to update the data of a tableHow to Delete the data of a tableTypes of Joins
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