A beginners guide to creating and using CRUD stored proced
What you'll learn
- Have a working knowledge of Stored procedures
- Create Stored procedure for CREATE CRUD operation
- Create Stored procedure for READ CRUD operation
- Create Stored procedure for UPDATE CRUD operation
- Create Stored procedure for DELETE CRUD operation
- Understand the benefits of stored procedures
- You should have basic understanding of database concepts
- You should have basic SQL knowledge
- You should have a working knowledge of SQL Server Management Studio
One of the useful and handy skills a novice SQL programmer and SQL Server administrator should have is the ability to write and execute sored procedures.
SQL stored procedures helps a programmer maintain consistent implementation of procedures across applications. Stored procedures contain code that represents commonly performed tasks that are designed and then coded and stored in a procedure that can be used to perform the task over and over again. This course teaches the beginner SQL programmer or administrator how to create basic SQL queries and write and compile other code statements that allow for the development and administration of SQL Servers.
CRUD (Create,Read,Update,Delete)forms the cornerstone of all relational database operations. In this course we will create stored procedures for each of these four database operations.
Topics we will cover include :
Naming convention for creating stored procedure
Creating stored procedures using T-SQL
Creating a CREATE stored procedure
Creating a READ stored procedure
Creating a UPDATE stored procedure
Creating a DELETE stored procedure
Updating schema after stored procedure
Creating stored procedure using Visual studio
Before you can create a stored procedure on a SQL Server database you will need to belong to the administrator groups that has the sys admin role or you can grant specific user account or groups the CREATE PROCEDURE permission in the database and ALTER permission on the schema in which the procedure is being created.
Stored procedures can be created using either SQL Server Management Studio or Transact-SQL (T-SQL)
Who this course is for:
- Beginner SQL Programmers
- Beginner SQL Developer
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