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SQL -Structural Query language is the language used to interrogate and manipulate Microsoft SQL Server Databases.SQL is one of the most in demand IT Skills and has been that way for quite a long time. Data growth is increasing and so also is the demand for professionals with SQL skills.This course is a complete beginners course for those who have had no exposure to SQL.It is a very basic and practical hands on course to introduce you to SQL.We will be using SQL Server as our database engine for this course.Microsoft SQL Server is robust relational database management system used by so manyorganizations of various sizes including top fortune 100 companies.In this course we will coverDownload and Install SQL ServerDatabase conceptsDownload sample databaseAttach sample databaseCreate a viewCreate a tableRetrieve and reading data from a database using SELECT StatementUpdating existing data in the databaseDeleting records from a databaseUse AliasesUse order by clauseSort data by ascending orderSort data by multiple columns Add new recordsUpdate existing recordsDelete recordsJoining TablesInner joins Left outer joinsRight Outer joinsSQL forms the cornerstone of all relational database operations. Taking full advantage of its power requires an in-depth understanding of the language. In this course, you learn to use the full potential of SQL to write simple queries for SQL Server databases.
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