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Course SQL Fundamentals

Course SQL Fundamentals
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  • Module 1 : SQL Intro

    Module 2 : Select Queries

    Module 3 : SQL Data Definition

    What is SQL?
    History of SQL
    SQL Standard
    SQL Parts
    Environment
    Relational Databases
    Normalisation
    Data Types
    Database Creation
    DDL Create Table
    Data Types
    Language Elements
    DML Insert Into
    SQL Errors
    Select Query
    Query Structure
    SELECT .. FROM
    Options SELECT .. FROM
    SELECT DISTINCT
    WHERE Clause
    Comparison Operators
    Logical AND and OR
    Aggregate Functions
    LIKE Condition
    BETWEEN .. AND Condition
    IN Condition
    IS NULL Condition
    ORDER BY Clause
    GROUP BY Clause
    HAVING Clause
    CREATE Statements
    Schema and Table Creation
    Data Types
    Numeric Types
    Binary Data Types
    String Data Types
    Temporal Data Types
    Integrity Constraints
    Keys
    Not Null
    Foreign Keys
    Update and Delete
    Check Contraint
    ALTER Table
    DROP Table

    Module 4 : Functions

    Module 5 : Data Manipulation

    Module 6 : Joins

    Standard Functions
    Mathematical Functions
    String Functions
    Conversion Functions
    Single Row Functions
    Case Manipulation Functions
    Character Manipulation Characters
    Numeric Functions
    Date Functions
    Converting Text Dates
    General Functions
    Multiple Row Functions
    Aggregate Functions
    Formatting Numbers
    Insert Statement
    Data Insertion
    Update Statement
    Updating Table Rows
    Deleting Table Rows
    Deleting and Foreign Keys
    Transactions
    Commit and Rollback
    Implicit rollbacks
    Implicit commits
    Explicit rollbacks
    Explicit commits
    Savepoints
    Subqueries
    What are Joins?
    ANSI Join Syntax
    Cross Join
    Inner Join
    Table Aliases
    Natural Join
    Left Join
    Right Join
    Full Join
    Full Outer Join
    Left Excluding Join
    Right Excluding Join
    Outer Excluding Join
  • Audience Course SQL Fundamentals

    Course SQL FundamentalsThe course SQL Fundamentals is aimed at a wide audience of system administrators, end users of Office applications and novice programmers who want to access relational databases efficiently by using queries in Structured Query Language (SQL).

    Prerequisites Course SQL Fundamentals

    To be able to participate in this course some familiarity with database systems is beneficial for the understanding.

    Realization Training SQL Fundamentals

    The theory is treated on the basis of presentations. Demos are used to clarify the theory. There is ample opportunity to practice. The course times are from 9.30 to 16.30.

    Certification course SQL Fundamentals

    Participants receive an official certificate SQL Fundamentals after successful completion of the course.

  • Course SQL Fundamentals

    In the course SQL Fundamentals participants learn the generic ANSI SQL standard that is applicable in all database systems. SQL or Structured Query Language is an ANSI/ISO standard language for relational database management systems (DBMS). SQL is used for querying and modifying data in relational databases such as Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, DB2, Informix, PostgreSQL and more. Almost every DBMS has added its own extra functions to standard SQL. In the course SQL Fundamentals participants learn to extract data from a database, to analyze it and to make reports with this data. The participants learn the structure of relational databases with tables and their relationships. Attention is paid to practical skills to write SELECT queries and UPDATE Queries. You will also learn about foreign key relationships between tables and how JOIN queries can be used to retrieve data from related tables.