SQL Querying Fundamentals – Part 2

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1 days - $545

In this course you will learn how to identify and use advanced querying techniques. You might find that you need to modifying the structure of a table; inserting, updating, deleting data and indexing tables to optimize query performance.
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Students should have basic computer skills, SQL skills, and be familiar with concepts related to database structure and terminology.

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  • Course Outline
  • Objectives
  • 1 – Using Subqueries to Perform Advanced Querying

    • Search Based on Unknown Values
    • Compare a Value with Unknown Values
    • Search Based on the Existence of Records
    • Generate Output Using Correlated Subqueries
    • Filter Grouped Data Within Subqueries
    • Perform Multiple-Level Subqueries

    2 – Manipulating Table Data

    • Insert Data
    • Modify and Delete Data

    3 – Manipulating the Table Structure

    • Create a Table
    • Create a Table with Constraints
    • Modify a Table’s Structure
    • Back Up Tables
    • Delete Tables

    4 – Working with Views

    • Create a View
    • Manipulate Data in Views
    • Create Aliases
    • Modify and Delete Views

    5 – Indexing Data

    • Create Indexes
    • Drop Indexes

    6 – Managing Transactions

    • Create Transactions
    • Commit Transactions
  • In this course, you will work with advanced queries to manipulate and index tables. You will also create transactions so that you can choose to save or cancel the data entry process.

    You will:
    Use subqueries to generate query output.
    Manipulate table data by inserting and updating records in a table and deleting records from a table.
    Manipulate the table structure.
    Create views, manipulate data through views, modify the view structure, and drop views.
    Create indexes on table columns and drop inefficient indexes.
    Mark the beginning of a transaction, roll back a transaction, and commit a transaction.