Microsoft SQL Server For Beginners With Project
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Microsoft SQL Server For Beginners With Project

Microsoft SQL Server For Beginners With Project, You will learn Database Queries and Also Design the Real Application DB
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Last updated 3/2019
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This course includes
  • 6.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You Will Understand Working Process of Database
  • You Will Design Your Own Application Database
  • You Will understand different usage of SQL Server Queries
Course content
Expand all 49 lectures 06:33:31
+ DML and DDL in SQL Server
5 lectures 35:52
Create Database, Table and Insert Record
Select Statement in SQL Server
Update Queries
Delete Queries
Rename Column Name
+ Relational Database Management System (RDBMS)
7 lectures 50:30
Introduction of RDBMS
Primary Key Identity
Difference Between DBMS and RDBMS
Entity Relationship Model
Type of Relationships
Make a Relationship Using Foreign Key
+ Joins in SQL Server
6 lectures 53:21
Insert records in Relational Tables
Inner Joins
Design Student Registration Form Table
Insert Record Student Registration Form Table
Inner Join to Display Student Registration Form Record
Left Right and Full Joins
+ Constraint WalidCards and Views
4 lectures 31:54
Constaint in SQL Server
Between And In Keywords
Walid Cards in SQL Server
Views in SQL Server
+ Stored Procedure, Views and Indexes
6 lectures 01:02:00
Store Procedure Save and Update Records
View Delete and Also Drop Store Procedure
How to Use @@Identity
Insert Records in Multiple Tables Using @@identity
+ Functions, Union, Sub Query, Loop and Begin Try
9 lectures 01:03:00
Create Own Functions
Union and Intersection
Sub Query
While Loop
Group By
Begin Try Begin Catch
Create User Account in SQL Server
Backup and Restore
+ (Project) Design Application Database
8 lectures 01:12:02
Create Student Form Table
Insert Update Delete Record
Display Record Using Inner Join
Create Teacher Table and Insert Record
Update, Delete and View Teacher Record
Create Fees Table and Perform the Operations
Display Fees Record
  • Basic Computer Knowledge

Microsoft SQL Server For Beginners With Project

Guys, Recently I designed Microsoft SQL Server For Beginners With Project Course for Absolute Beginners. They are interested to learn SQL Server Database.

This course especially for beginners or newbies, Basically, Database one of the major part of Develop Applications, you can learn any type of Programming language. You need to have good knowledge in Database.

Guys, There many other Database available such as Oracal, MySQL, and many others, but SQL Server on e of the best Database . I'm using SQL Server Database to Develop the Application using C#.

However,  I will teach you each thing that are help you to design any type of application database. I included the projects, you will learn How to Design the Application Database, once you learned that, then you can design applications database without face any difficulties.

I mentioned each thing which are used in the SQL Server Database, You need to look at that and get ideas from it. Once you understand each thing which are used in SQL Server Database. Then you will easily understand working process  of Database or SQL Server.

Microsoft SQL Server For Beginners With Project

Organizations often maintain large amounts of data, which are generated as a result of day-to-day operations.

A database:

  • is an organized form of such data.

  • may consist of one or more related data items called records.

  • is a data collection to which different questions can be asked.

For example:

  • What are the phone numbers and addresses of the five nearest post offices?' or

  • Do we have any books in our library that deal with health food?'   

Data and Database:

When this data is gathered and analyzed, it yields information. Intelligent interpretation of data yields information. Information helps to foresee and plan events. A database is an organized collection of data such that its contents can be easily accessed, managed, and updated. A phone book is a database consisting of names, addresses, and telephone numbers.   

Database Systems:

Database Systems evolved in the late 1960s to address common issues in applications handling large volumes of data, which are also data intensive. Databases are used to store data in an efficient and organized manner. A database allows quick and easy management of data.

At any point of time, data can be retrieved from the database, added, and searched based on some criteria in these databases. Data storage can be achieved even using simple manual files.

Database Management System (DBMS)       

A DBMS is a collection of related records and a set of programs that access and manipulate these records and enables the user to enter, store, and manage data.  In a centralized database system, the database is stored in the central location which everybody can have access from their machine. A database is a collection of interrelated data, and a DBMS is a set of programs used to add or modify this data.

Relational Database Management System (RDBMS)

Relational Model is an attempt to simplify database structures. Represents all data in the database as simple row-column tables of data values. An RDBMS is a software program that helps to create, maintain, and manipulate a relational database.

A relational database is a database divided into logical units called tables, where tables are related to one another within the database. Tables are related in a relational database, allowing adequate data to be retrieved in a single query (although the desired data may exist in more than one table). By having common keys, or fields, among relational database tables, data from multiple tables can be joined to form one large result set. 

Microsoft SQL Server For Beginners From With Project

Above All about Microsoft SQL Server Database, You can learn Microsoft SQL Server For Beginners step by step with live examples. There are two ways to use SQL Server, First one is Design or GUI Mode Second one is Query Mode. So, We Will use Query Mode in SQL Server.

If you will develop the applications with the help of Any Programming languages, you need to write the Database Queries to perform the operations such as Insert, Update, Delete, View, Search etc. We will learn step by step working process of SQL Server Database Queries.

Once you learned all about Database Queries, then you can easily use any Database Queries in Programming Language. Another important thing you can also work with another database such as MySQL and Also Oracle Database. Those database are queries and working process are similar.

You need to know Working Process of Database and also usage of Queries, You can use Similar Queries on MySQL Database as well. I hope you Will understand everything in SQL Server and You must be Work on SQL Server Queries. However, In the last course section, You will learn How to Design Application Database. Basically, You need to know How to use SQL Server Database to Design the Application Database.

Once you understand Design the Application Database, then you will able to design the any type of application database as well, hope you will enjoying the course.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone Who Want to Learn Database
  • Anyone Who Want to Design Applications Database
  • C# Beginners