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1. Title

  • The Complete TSQL Programming Course (DBTSQL, 4 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Previous experience in a relational database setting

3. Target Audience

  • Database professionals who want to master TSQL scripting with SQL Server

4. Dates and Pricing

Oct 3 to Oct 6, 2017$2,775.00/person
Dec 18 to Dec 21, 2017$2,775.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: RDBMS Essentials

Topic 1: About the Relational Database Management System

Topic 2: SQL Server and the .NET Framework

Topic 3: SQL Server Terminology: Databases, Tables, Columns, Rows, Keys, Etc

Topic 4: Application Development and SQL Server

Topic 5: OLTP: The Transactional Server

Topic 6: OLAP: The Analysis Server

Topic 7: XML Integration

Topic 8: Core SQL Server Services

Topic 9: Other SQL Server Services

Topic 10: The Role of ADO .NET

Module 2: Database Planning

Topic 1: Planning Overview

Topic 2: Normal Forms

Topic 3: The Analysis

Topic 4: The Design

Topic 5: ER Notation

Topic 6: Generalizations

Topic 7: Aggregations

Topic 8: Putting It Together

Module 3: Creating the Database

Topic 1: Planning the Installation

Topic 2: SQL Server Installation

Topic 3: Data Storage Architecture

Topic 4: Creating Database Files

Topic 5: Using File Groups

Topic 6: Optimizing Data Storage

Module 4: Creating Tables

Topic 1: Integrity Overview

Topic 2: Creating Data Types

Topic 3: Creating Rules and Defaults

Topic 4: Creating a Table

Topic 5: Primary and Foreign Keys

Topic 6: About Constraints: Default and Check

Topic 7: Creating Triggers

Module 5: Structured Query Language Basics

Topic 1: SQL Overview

Topic 2: The Select Statement

Topic 3: Aggregate Values

Topic 4: The Insert Statement

Topic 5: The Update Statement

Topic 6: The Delete Statement

Topic 7: Using Views

Module 6: TSQL Language Elements

Topic 1: SQL Data Types

Topic 2: Stored Procedures and Metadata Views

Topic 3: Using Variables

Topic 4: Type Conversion

Topic 5: Dealing with Null Values

Topic 6: Dealing with Dates

Topic 7: Conditional Constructs

Topic 8: Looping Constructs

Topic 9: Useful Functions

Topic 10: Error Handling

Module 7: Advanced Structured Query Language

Topic 1: Join Strategies

Topic 2: Inner, Outer and Cross Joins

Topic 3: About Self-joins

Topic 4: Sub-queries

Topic 5: Using Temporary Objects

Module 8: Stored Procedures

Topic 1: Architectural Overview

Topic 2: Benefits of Stored Procedures

Topic 3: Using Built-in Stored Procedures

Topic 4: Creating Stored Procedures

Topic 5: Using Input and Output Parameters

Topic 6: Stored Procedure Optimization

Module 9: Indexing

Topic 1: Index Overview

Topic 2: Index Architecture

Topic 3: Clustered Indexes

Topic 4: Non-clustered Indexes

Topic 5: Unique Indexes

Topic 6: Indexes and Keys

Topic 7: Indexed Views

Module 10: Optimizing Performance

Topic 1: Optimization Overview

Topic 2: Using Query Analyzer

Topic 3: Gathering Performance Data

Topic 4: Optimizing for Select

Topic 5: Optimizing for Insert, Update and Delete

Topic 6: Query Hints

Topic 7: Join Strategies

Topic 8: SQL Server Transactions and Locks

Topic 9: Deadlocks and Livelocks

Module 11: Practical SQL

Topic 1: Planning the Work

Topic 2: Process Oriented Tasks

Topic 3: Analysis Related Tasks

Topic 4: Statistical Tasks

Topic 5: Data Integrity Checks

Topic 6: Using SSIS

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