Introduction to Transact-SQL (SQL101V2)

Introduction to Transact-SQL (SQL101V2) Training

Master the Language of Data: Dive into Transact-SQL Excellence!
The 05-day Introduction to Transact-SQL (SQL101V2) course introduces relational databases, the SQL language, and Transact-SQL. The participants will become experts in using complex SELECT statements, filtering, and joins to extract valuable insights from databases.
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Introduction To Transact-SQL (SQL101V2)

Upon completion of the course, the professionals will be competent in the following areas:
•    Understand the purpose and usage of SQL
•    Identify and work with various database objects in schemas
•    Differentiate between different types of SQL statements
•    Use the SELECT statement effectively
•    Manipulate and work with other data types
•    Handle NULL values appropriately
•    Use the SQL Server Management Studio tool to explore the database definition, identify required object names, generate database diagrams, and run an SQL query to obtain data rows.
•    Gather all the required data, create a sensible join strategy, and write a straightforward SELECT query that returns all the columns and rows.
•    Filter the rows according to equality, a list of values, a range of values, and a wildcard character condition, and write a WHERE clause.
•    Recognize the effects of implicit data conversions utilizing data type precedence on filtering and learn how to construct an appropriate search argument.
•    Manage how the data is shown in an SQL SELECT by renaming columns, sorting the result set, removing duplicate rows, and controlling the number of rows returned. You can also use basic expressions with functions to change the output values and change them conditionally using CASE expressions.
•    Create Transact-SQL queries that group values from different rows and use the aggregated values to filter the return set.
 

Course Curriculum


Audience

The Introduction to Transact-SQL (SQL101V2) course is designed for learners of all backgrounds who wish to explore the complexities of database administration and learn how to manipulate data with Transact-SQL effectively.

•    Database Enthusiasts
•    Aspiring Database Developers
•    SQL Server Administrators
•    Data Analysts
•    Business Intelligence Professionals
•    SQL Server Developers
•    IT Professionals Seeking Specialization
•    Consultants and Freelancers
 

Prerequisites

Even if they aren't obligated, learners enrolled in the Introduction to Transact-SQL (SQL101V2) course will be at an advantage if they are conversant with the following:
•    Basic Database Concepts
•    SQL Basics
•    Database Management Systems Understanding
•    Programming Logic
•    Basic Command-Line Knowledge
•    Data Modeling Awareness
 

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the professionals will be competent in the following areas:
•    Understand the purpose and usage of SQL
•    Identify and work with various database objects in schemas
•    Differentiate between different types of SQL statements
•    Use the SELECT statement effectively
•    Manipulate and work with other data types
•    Handle NULL values appropriately
•    Use the SQL Server Management Studio tool to explore the database definition, identify required object names, generate database diagrams, and run an SQL query to obtain data        rows.
•    Gather all the required data, create a sensible join strategy, and write a straightforward SELECT query that returns all the columns and rows.
•    Filter the rows according to equality, a list of values, a range of values, and a wildcard character condition, and write a WHERE clause.
•    Recognize the effects of implicit data conversions utilizing data type precedence on filtering and learn how to construct an appropriate search argument.
•    Manage how the data is shown in an SQL SELECT by renaming columns, sorting the result set, removing duplicate rows, and controlling the number of rows returned. You can also use basic expressions with functions to change the output values and change them conditionally using CASE expressions.
•    Create Transact-SQL queries that group values from different rows and use the aggregated values to filter the return set.
 

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Course Outline


•    Simple Table Information
•    The Relationship Foundations of Data Modeling
•    Data Modeling Relationships
•    Database Schematics
•    Getting Ready to Compose SQL

•    Overview of relational databases and their importance
•    Introduction to SQL as a language for managing databases
•    Identifying and understanding database objects in schemas

•    Exploring different types of SQL statements and their purposes
•    Understanding the structure and syntax of SQL statements
•    Practice exercises to reinforce statement types

•    In-depth exploration of the SELECT statement and its functionality
•    Selecting specific columns and filtering results
•    Sorting query results and using logical operators

•    Understanding different data types in Transact-SQL
•    Converting data types and handling data inconsistencies
•    Practical exercises to work with data types effectively

•    Understanding the concept of NULL values in databases
•    Applying NULL handling techniques in queries
•    Case studies and practical examples to reinforce NULL handling skills

•    The Fundamental Select
•    A Look at Joins: Individual Join Queries
•    Several Join Inquiries

•    Simple Filtering
•    Intricate Filtering
•    Superior Filtering
 

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Learning SQL is essential if you want to work with databases in any capacity or are looking for a data-related job. Since T-SQL is an extension of SQL, you must first understand the fundamentals of SQL. You will ultimately learn ordinary SQL if you study T-SQL first.

SQL training can help you prepare for various database-related professions, including data analyst, database administrator, database engineer, and SQL developer.

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Since SQL is a relatively simple language, learners should be able to pick up the fundamentals in five days or less.

Participants can choose from various program courses based on their learning objectives and areas of interest. They can customize their training experience.

Vinsys offers flexibility in the way that its courses are taught. Instructor-led, virtual, and group formats are the three options for enrolling in the course. The best option for you will depend on your schedule and areas of interest in learning. Online classes are delivered via interactive virtual platforms.

T-SQL or Transact is the Microsoft SQL Server product's query language, which is called SQL. It can assist with tasks like inserting new rows, retrieving numerous rows, and retrieving data from a single row. The language that the SQL Server speaks is procedural. There is no minimal requirement to take the SQL Server certification course; it is a full-time program. Interested learners can enroll in this course full-time following their 10th or 12th class.