SQL Server Developer Certification Training
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SQL Server Developer Training Course Syllabus
✔ File Management System And Its Drawbacks
✔ Database Management System (DBMS) and Data Models
✔ Physical Data Models
✔ Logical Data Models
✔ Relational Data Model (RDBMS)
✔ Object-Relational Data Model (ORDBMS)
✔ Entity – Relationship (E-R) Model
✔ Advantages and Drawbacks Of SQL Server Compared To Oracle And DB2
✔ Connecting To Server
✔ Server Type
✔ Server Name
✔ Authentication Modes
✔ SQL Server Developer Authentication Mode
✔ Windows Authentication Mode
✔ Login and Password
✔ SQL Server Developer Management Studio and Tools In Management Studio
✔ TSQL (Transact Structured Query Language)
✔ Types Of TSQL Commands
✔ Data Definition Language (DDL)
✔ Data Manipulation Language (DML)
✔ Data Query Language (DQL)
✔ Data Control Language (DCL)
✔ Transaction Control Language (TCL)
✔ Procedural Integrity Constraints
✔ Declarative Integrity Constraints
✔ Not Null, Unique, Default and Check constraints
✔ Primary Key and Referential Integrity or foreign key constraints
✔ Data Types In TSQL
✔ Insert, Update, Delete, and Truncate
✔ Creating A Table From Another Table
✔ Inserting Rows From One Table To Another
✔ Differences Between Delete and Truncate
✔ Where clause
✔ Order By Clause
✔ Distinct Keyword
✔ IsNull() function
✔ Column aliases
✔ Between … And
✔ Scalar Functions
✔ Numeric Functions
✔ Date Functions
✔ Aggregate Functions
✔ Group By and Having Clauses
✔ Super Aggregates Over(partition by …) Clause
✔ Ranking Functions
✔ Common Table Expressions (CTE)
✔ Inner Join
✔ Self Join
✔ Outer Join
✔ Left Outer Join
✔ Right Outer Join
✔ Full Outer Join
✔ Cross Join
✔ Single Row Sub Queries
✔ Multi-Row Sub Queries
✔ Co-Related Sub Queries
✔ Clustered Index
✔ NonClustered Index
✔ Create, Alter and Drop Indexes
✔ Using Indexes
✔ Purpose Of Views
✔ Creating, Altering, and Dropping Indexes
✔ Simple and Complex Views
✔ Encryption and Schema Binding Options in creating views
✔ Begin Transaction
✔ Commit Transaction
✔ Rollback Transaction
✔ Save Transaction
✔ Working With Cursors
✔ Types Of Cursors
✔ Static, Dynamic, and Keyset Cursors
✔ Local and Global Cursors
✔ Creating, Altering, and Dropping
✔ Input and Output Parameters
✔ Creating, Altering, and Dropping
✔ Types Of User Defined Functions
✔ Table Valued Functions
✔ Inline Table Valued Functions
✔ Multi Statement Table Valued Functions
✔ Purpose of Triggers
✔ Differences Between Stored Procedures and User Defined Functions and
✔ Creating, Altering, and Dropping Triggers
✔ Implementing Exception Handling
✔ Adding and removing User Defined Error Messages To And From SQL Server Developer
✔ Error Messages List
✔ Login Creation
✔ SQL Server Authenticated Login
✔ Windows Authenticated Login
✔ User Creation
✔ Granting, Revoking Permissions
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SQL Server Developer Training FAQ'S
Microsoft’s RDBMS system, SQL Server, primarily serves to retrieve and store data in response to user requests. Although it is occasionally referred to incorrectly as SQL, the two are distinct since SQL is a language and SQL Server is a Microsoft product that supports SQL.
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In RDBMS, the process of organizing data to minimize redundancy and surety of logical data integrity is called normalization. In normalization, the database is divided into two or more tables, and a relationship is defined among the tables. The normalization technique increases the performance of the database.
Types of Normalization
There are types of normalization used, which are given below.
However, the first three types are only frequently used, where “NF” stands for normal form. The originator of the RD model “E.F Codd” has proposed the process of “normalization” with the first “normal form” and continued till the third normal form.
It is a method of adding redundant data in an effort to improve a database’s efficiency. De-normalization is the purposeful introduction of redundancy into a table in order to increase efficiency. De-Normalization improves read performance while degrading write performance to some extent. By putting a collection of data in redundant form, it can be accomplished. De-normalized databases are entirely distinct from un-normalized databases. Any database should first undergo normalisation before being de-normalized. Developer for SQL Server
- A Function must return a value while a stored procedure can return zero or n value.
- Functions can have only input parameters while procedures can have input/ output parameters.
- Functions take one mandatory input parameter while stored procedures may take 0 to the n input parameter.
- Try-catch block can handle exceptions. In the stored procedure, you can’t use try-catch in functions.
The Recursive stored procedure is defined as a method of problem-solving wherein the solution arrives repetitively. SQL Server supports recursive stored procedure which calls by itself. It can nest up to 32 levels. It can be called by itself directly or indirectly
There are two ways to achieve recursion in the stored procedure:
- Mutual Recursion: By Using a mutually recursive stored procedure, indirect recursion can be achieved
- Chain Recursion: If we extend the mutual recursion process then we can achieve chain recursion.