Video Tutorials for SQL Server 2008 For Developers | 2.2GB
Genre: Video Trainings
In this course, you’ll learn about the features that are available in SQL Server, how to design and create a database, and how to build basic queries using Transact-SQL, the language of SQL Server. Then, you’ll learn how to build effective views, stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions using Transact-SQL. You’ll learn how to use the Transact-SQL programming language for error handling and hierarchical queries, dealing with complex data structures and processes, how to make your databases more scalable through partitioning, and how to use .NET languages like Visual C# and Visual Basic to build database objects.
In this course, you will learn how to…
* Understand the differences between views, stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions.
* How to write and use stored procedures to provide a safe, controlled, efficient way to execute Transact-SQL code to access and update data and database objects.
* Explore the various types of user-defined functions and how to support reusable database code.
* Discover how transactions can protect the integrity of your data and ways to handle errors that occur when code executes.
* Learn why using .NET code, using either Visual C# or Visual Basic, in the database overcomes many Transact-SQL limitations, and how SQL Server protects itself from misbehaving code.
* Use advanced querying techniques for grouping aggregated data, executing multiple actions with the MERGE statement, and others.
* Understand the complex data types in SQL Server, such as for spatial and hierarchical data, and how they support complex data operations.
* How to partition data to store data in ways that improve the efficiency of queries.
* See how the Visual Studio Team System for Database Professionals edition supports designing, creating, and deploying databases in a collaborative environment.
* Investigate the XML data type and its properties and methods, and how it supports both free form and relational data.
* Understand Business Intelligence to add reporting and analysis capabilities to your databases and applications.