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Sql online training, SQL/Pl training online @ monstercourses

  1. 1. Info@monstercourses.com www.monstercourses.comSQLSQL 1. Introduction to DB Conceptsi. Disadvantages of File Processing Systemii. Advantages of Data Base Management Systemiii. Data Base Management System Terminologyiv. How these are related to SQLv. What is SQL and T-SQL 1. Getting Started with SQLa. Different Types of Commands in SQLvi. Data Definition Language CommandsCREATE COMMANDINSERT COMMANDALTER COMMANDTRUNCATE COMMANDDROP COMMANDvii. Data Manipulation CommandsINSERT COMMANDDELETE COMMANDUPDATE COMMANDviii. Data Control Language CommandsGRANRT COMMANDREVOKE COMMANDix. Data Retrieval Commands www.monstercourses.com
  2. 2. Info@monstercourses.com www.monstercourses.comSQLSELECT COMMANDWHERE CLAUSEGROUP BY CLAUSEHAVING CLAUSEORDER BY CLAUSEx. Transaction Control Language CommandsCOMMIT COMMANDROLLBACK COMMANDSAVE POINT COMMANDxi. Examples for all the above categories of commandsb. Data Types used in SQLxii. Numeric Data Typesxiii. Character or Text Data Typesxiv. Date and Time related Data Typesxv. Miscellaneous Data Types 1. Operators in SQLa. What is an Operatorb. Different Categories of Operatorsi. Arithmetic Operatorsii. Relational Operatorsiii. Logical Operatorsiv. Miscellaneous Operators 1. Functions in SQL www.monstercourses.com
  3. 3. Info@monstercourses.com www.monstercourses.comSQLa. What are different categories of functions in SQLb. What is a Scalar Function?c. What is an Aggregate Function?d. Different predefined Scalar functions available in SQLxvi. Numeric Functionsxvii. String Functionsxviii. Date Time functionsxix. Miscellaneous Functionse. Different predefined Aggregate Functions in SQL 1. CONSTRAINTS in SQL 1. What is a Constraint and its advantages 2. Types of Constraintsxx. Predefined Constraintsxxi. User Defined Constraints 1. More of predefined Constraintsxxii. PRIMARY KEY CONSTRAINTxxiii. FOREIGN KEY CONSTRAINTxxiv. CHECK CONSTRAINTxxv. NOT NULL CONSTRAINTxxvi. UNIQUE CONSTRAINT 1. What is a User Defined Constraint? 1. JOINS in SQLa. What is a JOIN and what is its necessityb. Types of JOINS www.monstercourses.com
  4. 4. Info@monstercourses.com www.monstercourses.comSQLxxvii. INNER JOINxxviii. NATURAL JOINxxix. OUTER JOIN : LEFT OUTER , RIGHT OUTERxxx. CARTESIAN JOIN 1. SET Operatorsxxxi. UNIONxxxii. UNION ALLxxxiii. INTERSECT 1. SUB QUERIES 2. VIEWS in SQLa. What is a view and its advantagesb. Types of Views 1. INDEXESa. What is an Index and its advantagesb. Types of Indexesxxxiv. CLUSTERED INDEXxxxv. NON CLUSTERED INDEXT-SQL: 1. T-SQLa. What is T-SQL?b. What we can do with T-SQL? 1. Different Programming Constructs in T-SQLa. Conditional Statements:xxxvi. IF Statements www.monstercourses.com
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