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Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Database Querying

 Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012: Database Querying (Exam 70-461)request-date-quote

Course Specifications

Course Length:

5 days

Course Description

Overview:

Course Description

Managing required information by storing and retrieving data is part of Database Administrators day-to-day activities. One of the most effective ways to manage required information is by using databases. You may need to manipulate and modify your table data based on changing business requirements. The course, Microsoft SQL Server 2012: Database Querying will help you use SQL Server 2012 as a tool to manage organizational data.

In today's competitive environment, information plays a vital role in determining the success of an organization. If you are able to effectively manage information, you can provide a competitive edge to your organization. Familiarizing yourself with database querying concepts will enable you to effectively manage your organizational data.

In this course, you will create queries to retrieve, add, update, and maintain your database data. You will also work with data sorting, built-in functions, stored procedures, subqueries, table operators, set operators, conditional operators, views, indexes, and error handling features of SQL Server 2012.

Course Objectives:

Target Student:

This course is designed for Database Administrators, Database Developers and Business Intelligence professionals. This course will be attended by report writers, business analysts, and client application developers who wish to upgrade their skills and knowledge in SQL Server 2012.

This course is also for students seeking the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate: SQL Server certification and who want to prepare for Exam 70-461, Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012.

Prerequisites:

To ensure your success in this course you should have some working knowledge of relational databases. You should also be comfortable working with the Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System, and be able to use the core functionalities of Windows 7.

You can obtain this level of skills and knowledge by taking the following Logical Operations course:

  • Introduction to Personal Computers Using Microsoft® Windows® 8.
  • Any database course.
  • Any rational database design course.

Course-specific Technical Requirements

Hardware

For this course, you will need one computer for each student and one for the instructor. Each computer will need the following minimum hardware configurations:

  • 1 GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
  • 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
  • 16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
  • CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
  • 1024 x 768 resolution monitor recommended
  • Internet access (optional)
  • Printer (optional) or an installed printer driver
  • Projection system to display the instructor's computer screen
  • Microsoft® Windows®  XP with Service Pack 2 (Service Pack 3 recommended) or Windows 7 or Windows 8
    • Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Express Edition
    • Microsoft® Silverlight®

Software

Course Content

Lesson 1: Getting Started with SQL Server 2012

Topic A: Overview of SQL Server 2012

Topic B: Work with SSMS

Lesson 2: Working with T-SQL

Topic A: Overview of T-SQL

Topic B: Work with T-SQL Statements

Topic C: Manage SQL Server Constraints

Lesson 3: Writing SELECT Queries

Topic A: Write SELECT Statements

Topic B: Assign Aliases Using Queries

Topic C: Write CASE Expressions

Lesson 4: Working with SQL Data Types

Topic A: Work with String and Numeric Data Types

Topic B: Work with Date and Time Data Types

Topic C: Work with Binary Data Types

Topic D: Work with the XML Data Type

Lesson 5: Sorting and Filtering Data

Topic A: Sort the Queried Data

Topic B: Filter the Queried Results

Topic C: Work with Predicates

Topic D: Perform Advanced Filtering

Lesson 6: Querying Data from Multiple Tables

Topic A: Combine Data Using Simple Joins

Topic B: Create Queries Using Join Algorithms

Lesson 7: Modifying Data

Topic A: Insert Data

Topic B: Update Data

Topic C: Delete Data

Topic D: Merge Data

Lesson 8: Working with SQL Server Built-in Functions

Topic A: Create Queries Using Built-in Functions

Topic B: Create Queries to Test Nullability

Topic C: Group and Aggregate Data

Lesson 9: Programming in T-SQL

Topic A: Work with Variables and Batches

Topic B: Control Program Flow

Topic C: Manage Triggers

Topic D: Work with Data Access Technologies

Lesson 10: Implementing Stored Procedures

Topic A: Manage Stored Procedures

Topic B: Work with Dynamic SQL

Lesson 11: Working with Subqueries and Table Expressions

Topic A: Work with Subqueries

Topic B: Work with Table Expressions

Lesson 12: Working with Set Operators, Conditional Operators, and Window Functions

Topic A: Work with Set Operators

Topic B: Work with Window Functions

Topic C: Configure User-Defined Functions (UDF)

Topic D: Work with Advanced Functions

Lesson 13: Working with PIVOT, UNPIVOT, and Grouping Sets

Topic A: Work with PIVOT and UNPIVOT

Topic B: Work with Grouping Sets

Lesson 14: Managing Error Handling and Transactions

Topic A: Implement Error Handling

Topic B: Manage Transactions

Lesson 15: Querying SQL Server System Metadata

Topic A: Work with System Databases

Topic B: Work with SSPs and SMOs

Topic C: Work with System Catalog Views

Lesson 16: Optimizing Query Performance

Topic A: Manage Query Plans

Topic B: Configure Indexes

Topic C: Manage Views

Topic D: Analyze Data from Query Plans

Lesson 17: Working with Windows Azure SQL Database

Topic A: Overview of WASD

Topic B: Work with WASD

Lesson 18:

Appendix A: Exam 70-461: Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012

 

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