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Module 1: Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server 2014

This module introduces the SQL Server platform and major tools. It discusses editions, versions, tools used to query, documentation sources, and the logical structure of databases.

  • Lessons
  • The Basic Architecture of SQL Server SQL Server Editions and Versions Getting Started with SQL Server Management Studio
  • Lab : Working with SQL Server 2014 Tools
  • Working with SQL Server Management Studio Creating and Organizing T-SQL scripts Using Books Online
  • After completing this module, you will be able to:Describe the architecture and editions of SQL Server 2012. Work with SQL Server Management Studio.

Module 2: Introduction to T-SQL Querying

This module introduces Transact SQL as the primary querying language of SQL Server. It discusses the basic structure of T-SQL queries, the logical flow of a SELECT statement, and introduces concepts such as predicates and set-based operations.

  • Lessons
  • Introducing T-SQL Understanding Sets Understanding Predicate Logic Understanding the Logical Order of Operations in SELECT statements
  • Lab : Introduction to Transact-SQL Querying
  • Executing Basic SELECT Statements Executing queries which filter data using predicates Executing queries which sort data using ORDER BY After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe the elements of T-SQL and their role in writing queries Describe the use of sets in SQL Server Describe the use of predicate logic in SQL Server Describe the logical order of operations in SELECT statements

Module 3: Writing SELECT Queries

This module introduces the fundamentals of the SELECT statement, focusing on queries against a single table.

  • Lessons
  • Writing Simple SELECT Statements Eliminating Duplicates with DISTINCT Using Column and Table Aliases Writing Simple CASE Expressions
  • Lab : Writing Basic SELECT Statements
  • Write simple SELECT Statements Eliminate Duplicates Using Distinct Use Table and Column Aliases Use a Simple CASE Expression After completing this module, you will be able to: Write simple SELECT statements. Eliminate duplicates using the DISTINCT clause. Use column and table aliases. Write simple CASE expressions.

Module 4: Querying Multiple Tables

This module explains how to write queries which combine data from multiple sources in SQL Server. The module introduces the use of JOINs in T-SQL queries as a mechanism for retrieving data from multiple tables.

  • Lessons
  • Understanding Joins Querying with Inner Joins Querying with Outer Joins Querying with Cross Joins and Self Joins
  • Lab : Querying Multiple Tables
  • Writing Queries That Use Inner Joins Writing Queries That Use Multiple-Table Inner Join Writing Queries That Use Self Joins Writing Queries That Use Outer Joins Writing Queries That Use Cross Joins After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe how multiple tables may be queried in a SELECT statement using joins. Write queries that use inner joins. Write queries that use outer joins. Write queries that use self-joins and cross joins.

Module 5: Sorting and Filtering Data

This module explains how to enhance queries to limit the rows they return, and to control the order in which the rows are displayed. The module also discusses how to resolve missing and unknown results.

  • Lessons
  • Sorting Data Filtering Data with a WHERE Clause Filtering with the TOP and OFFSET-FETCH Options Working with Unknown and Missing Values
  • Lab : Sorting and Filtering Data
  • Writing Queries That Filter Data Using a WHERE Clause Writing Queries That Filter Data Using an ORDER BY Clause Writing Queries That Filter Data Using the TOP Option Writing Queries That Filter Data Using the OFFSET-FETCH Clause After completing this module, you will be able to: Filter data with predicates in the WHERE clause. Sort data using ORDER BY. Filter data in the SELECT clause with TOP. Filter data with OFFSET and FETCH.

Module 6: Working with SQL Server 2014 Data Types

This module explains the data types SQL Server uses to store data. It introduces the many types of numeric and special-use data types. It also explains conversions between data types, and the importance of type precedence.

  • Lessons
  • Introducing SQL Server 2014 Data Types Working with Character Data Working with Date and Time Data
  • Lab : Working with SQL Server 2014 Data Types
  • Writing Queries That Return Date and Time Data Writing Queries That Use Date and Time Functions Writing Queries That Return Character Data Writing Queries That Use Character Functions After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe numeric data types, type precedence and type conversions. Write queries using character data types. Write queries using date and time data types.

Module 7: Using DML to Modify Data

This module describes the use of Transact-SQL Data Manipulation Language to perform inserts, updates, and deletes to your data.

  • Lessons
  • Inserting Data Modifying and Deleting Data
  • Lab : Using DML to Modify Data
  • Inserting Data Updating and Deleting Data After completing this module, you will be able to: Insert new data into your tables. Update and delete existing records in your tables.

Module 8: Using Built-In Functions

This module introduces the use of functions that are built in to SQL Server Denali, and will discuss some common usages including data type conversion, testing for logical results and nullability.

  • Lessons
  • Writing Queries with Built-In Functions Using Conversion Functions Using Logical Functions Using Functions to Work with NULL
  • Lab : Using Built-In Functions
  • Write queries which use conversion functions Write queries which use logical functions Write queries which test for nullability After completing this module, you will be able to: Write queries with built-in scalar functions. Use conversion functions. Use logical functions. Use functions that work with NULL.

Module 9: Grouping and Aggregating Data

This module introduces methods for grouping data within a query, aggregating the grouped data and filtering groups with HAVING. The module is designed to help the student grasp why a SELECT clause has restrictions placed upon column naming in the GROUP BY clause as well as which columns may be listed in the SELECT clause.

  • Lessons
  • Using Aggregate Functions Using the GROUP BY Clause Filtering Groups with HAVING
  • Lab : Grouping and Aggregating Data
  • Write queries which use the GROUP BY clause Write queries which use aggregate functions Write queries which use distinct aggregate functions Write queries which filter groups with the HAVING clause After completing this module, you will be able to: Write queries which summarize data using built-in aggregate functions. Use the GROUP BY clause to arrange rows into groups. Use the HAVING clause to filter out groups based on a search condition.

Module 10: Using Subqueries

This module will introduce the use of subqueries in various parts of a SELECT statement. It will include the use of scalar and multi-result subqueries, and the use of the IN and EXISTS operators.

  • Lessons
  • Writing Self-Contained Subqueries Writing Correlated Subqueries Using the EXISTS Predicate with Subqueries
  • Lab : Using Subqueries
  • Write queries which use self-contained subqueries Write queries which use scalar and multi-result subqueries Write queries which use correlated subqueries and EXISTS predicate After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe the uses of queries which are nested within other queries. Write self-contained subqueries which return scalar or multi-valued results. Write correlated subqueries which return scalar or multi-valued results. Use the EXISTS predicate to efficiently check for the existence of rows in a subquery.

Module 11: Using Table Expressions

This module introduces T-SQL expressions which return a valid relational table, typically for further use in the query. The module discusses views, derived tables, common table expressions and inline table-valued functions.

  • Lessons
  • Using Derived Tables Using Common Table Expressions Using Views Using Inline Table-Valued Functions
  • Lab : Using Table Expressions
  • Write Queries Which Use Views Write Queries Which Use Derived Tables Write Queries Which Use Common Table Expressions Write Queries Which Use Inline Table-Valued Functions After completing this module, you will be able to: Write queries which use derived tables. Write queries which use common table expressions. Create simple views and write queries against them. Create simple inline table-valued functions and write queries against them.

Module 12: Using Set Operators

This module introduces Microsoft SharePoint Server as a platform for BI, and then focuses on building BI dashboards and scorecards with PerformancePoint Services.

  • Lessons
  • Writing Queries with the UNION Operator Using EXCEPT and INTERSECT Using APPLY
  • Lab : Using Set Operators
  • Write queries which use UNION set operators and UNION ALL multiset operators Write queries which use CROSS APPLY and OUTER APPLY operators Write queries which use EXCEPT and INTERSECT operators After completing this module, you will be able to: Write queries which combine data using the UNION operator Write queries which compare sets using the INTERSECT and EXCEPT operators Write queries which manipulate rows in a table by using APPLY with the results of a derived table or function

Module 13: Using Window Ranking, Offset, and Aggregate Functions

This module introduces window functions including ranking, aggregate and offset functions. Much of this functionality is new to SQL Server 2012. It will cover the use of T-SQL functions such as ROW_NUMBER, RANK, DENSE_RANK, NTILE, LAG, LEAD, FIRST_VALUE and LAST_VALUE to perform calculations against a set, or window, of rows.

  • Lessons
  • Creating Windows with OVER Exploring Window Functions
  • Lab : Using Window Ranking, Offset and Aggregate Functions
  • Write queries which use ranking functions Write queries which use offset functions Write queries which use window aggregate functions After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe the benefits to using window functions. Restrict window functions to rows defined in an OVER clause, including partitions and frames. Write queries which use window functions to operate on a window of rows and return ranking, aggregation and offset comparison results.

Module 14: Pivoting and Grouping Sets

This module discusses techniques for pivoting data in T-SQL as well to introduce the fundamentals of the GROUPING SETS clause. It will also cover the use of GROUP BY ROLLUP and GROUP BY CUBE syntax in SQL Server.

  • Lessons
  • Writing Queries with PIVOT and UNPIVOT Working with Grouping Sets
  • Lab : Pivoting and Grouping Sets
  • Write queries which use the PIVOT operator Write queries which use the UNPIVOT operator Write queries which use the GROUPING SETS subclause After completing this module, you will be able to: Write queries which pivot and unpivot result sets. Write queries which specify multiple groupings with grouping sets.

Module 15: Executing Stored Procedures

This module introduces the use of existing stored procedures in a TSQL querying environment. It discusses the use of EXECUTE, how to pass input and output parameters to a procedure, and how to invoke system stored procedures.

  • Lessons
  • Querying Data with Stored Procedures Passing Parameters to Stored Procedures Creating Simple Stored Procedures Working with Dynamic SQL
  • Lab : Executing Stored Procedures
  • Use the EXECUTE statement to invoke stored procedures Pass parameters to stored procedures Execute system stored procedures After completing this module, you will be able to: Return results by executing stored procedures. Pass parameters to procedures. Create simple stored procedures which encapsulate a SELECT statement. Construct and execute dynamic SQL with EXEC and sp_executesql.

Module 16: Programming with T-SQL

This module provides a basic introduction to T-SQL programming concepts and objects. It discusses batches, variables, control of flow elements such as loops and conditionals, how to create and execute dynamic SQL statements, and how to use synonyms.

  • Lessons
  • T-SQL Programming Elements Controlling Program Flow
  • Lab : Programming with T-SQL
  • Declaring Variables and Delimiting Batches Using Control-of-Flow Elements Generating Dynamic SQL Using Synonyms After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe the language elements of T-SQL used for simple programming tasks. Describe batches and how they are handled by SQL Server. Declare and assign variables and synonyms. Use IF and WHILE blocks to control program flow.

Module 17: Implementing Error Handling

This module introduces the use of error handlers in T-SQL code. It will introduce the difference between compile errors and run-time errors, and will cover how errors affect batches. The module will also cover how to control error handling using TRY/CATCH blocks, the use of the ERROR class of functions, and the use of the new THROW statement.

  • Lessons
  • Using TRY / CATCH Blocks Working with Error Information
  • Lab : Implementing Error Handling
  • Redirecting Errors with TRY / CATCH Using THROW to Pass an Error Message Back to a Client After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe SQL Server's behavior when errors occur in T-SQL code. Implement structured exception handling in T-SQL. Return information about errors from system objects. Raise user-defined errors and pass system errors in T-SQL code.

Module 18: Implementing Transactions

This module introduces the concepts of transaction management in SQL Server. It will provide a high-level overview of transaction properties, cover the basics of marking transactions with BEGIN, COMMIT and ROLLBACK.

  • Lessons
  • Transactions and the Database Engine Controlling Transactions Isolation Levels
  • Lab : Implementing Transactions
  • Controlling transactions with BEGIN, COMMIT, and ROLLBACK Adding error handling to a CATCH block After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe transactions and the differences between batches and transactions. Describe batches and how they are handled by SQL Server. Create and manage transactions with transaction control language statements. Use SET XACT_ABORT to define SQL Server's handling of transactions outside TRY / CATCH blocks. Describe the effects of isolation levels on transactions.

Module 19: Improving Query Performance

This module presents several key guidelines for writing wellperforming queries, as well as ways to monitor the execution of your queries and their impact on Microsoft SQL Server.

  • Lessons
  • Factors in Query Performance Displaying Query Performance Data
  • Lab : Improving Query Performance
  • Viewing Query Execution Plans Viewing Index Usage and Using SET STATISTICS Statements After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe components of well-performing queries. Display and interpret basic query performance data

Module 20: Querying SQL Server Metadata

SQL Server provides access to structured metadata by using a variety of mechanisms, such as system catalog views, system functions, dynamic management objects, and system stored procedures. In this module, you will learn how to write queries to return system metadata using these mechanisms.

  • Lessons
  • Querying System Catalog Views and Functions Executing System Stored Procedures Querying Dynamic Management Objects
  • Lab : Querying SQL Server Metadata
  • Querying System Catalog Views Querying System Functions Querying System Dynamic Management Views After completing this module, you will be able to: Write queries that retrieve system metadata using system views and functions. Execute system stored procedures to return system information. Write queries that retrieve system metadata and state information using system dynamic management views and functions.

Module 21: Designing and Implementing Tables

This module explains how to design, create, and alter tables. Also it focusses on working with schemas.

  • Lessons
  • Designing Tables Working with Schemas Creating and Altering Tables
  • Lab : Designing and Implementing Tables
  • Improving the Design of Tables Creating a Schema Creating the Tables After completing this module, you will be able to: Design Tables. Work with Schemas. Create and Alter Tables.

Module 22: Introduction to Indexing

This module describes the concept of an index and discusses selectivity, density and statistics. It covers appropriate data type choices and choices around composite index structures.

  • Lessons
  • Core Indexing Concepts Single Column and Composite Indexes SQL Server Table Structures Working with Clustered Indexes
  • Lab : Creating Indexes
  • Creating Tables with Clustered Indexes Improving Performance through Nonclustered Indexes After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe core indexing concepts. Choose appropriate data types for indexes. Design and implement clustered and nonclustered indexes.

Module 23: Advanced Indexing

This module explains covering indexes and the INCLUDE clause as well as the use of padding, hints and statistics. The module also covers the use of the Database Engine Tuning Advisor and indexrelated dynamic management views to assess indexing strategies.

  • Lessons
  • Execution Plan Core Concepts Common Execution Plan Elements Working with Execution Plans Designing Effective Nonclustered Indexes Performance Monitoring
  • Lab : Planning for SQL Server 2014 Indexing
  • Exploring Existing Index Statistics Creating Covering Indexes After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe the elements of an execution plan. Design effective indexing strategies. Monitor your system to assess the performance of your indexing strategy.

Module 24: Columnstore Indexes

This module explains columnstore indexes, introduces clustered and nonclustered columnstore indexes, and discusses considerations for using columnstore indexes.

  • Lessons
  • Columnstore Indexes Best Practices for Columnstore Indexes
  • Lab : Using In-Memory Database Capabilities
  • Creating Columnstore Indexes After completing this module, you will be able to: Create columnstore indexes Describe the considerations for updating tables with non-clustered columnstore indexes.

Module 25: Designing and Implementing Views

This module introduces Views, and explains how to create and manage Views. Also it focusses on the performance consideration for Views.

  • Lessons
  • Introduction to Views Creating and Managing Views Performance Considerations for Views
  • Lab : Designing and Implementing Views
  • Designing, Implementing and Testing the WebStock Views Designing and Implementing the Contacts View Modifying the AvailableModels View After completing this module, you will be able to: Explain the role of views in database development. Implement views. Describe the performance related impacts of views

Module 26: Using In-Memory

TablesThis module covers the creation of in-memory tables and native stored procedures and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of using in-memory tables.

  • Lessons
  • Memory-Optimized Tables Native Stored Procedures
  • Lab : Using In-Memory Database Capabilities
  • Working with Memory Optimized Tables Working with Natively Compiled Stored Procedures After completing this module, you will be able to: Design and implement memory-optimized tables. Create native stored procedures.

Module 27: Implementing Managed Code in SQL Server

This module explains how to use CLR integrated code to create userdefined database objects that are managed by the .NET Framework.

  • Lessons
  • Introduction to SQL CLR Integration Importing and Configuring Assemblies Implementing SQL CLR Integration
  • Lab : Implementing Managed Code in SQL Server
  • Assessing Proposed CLR Code Implementing a CLR Assembly Implementing a CLR User-defined Aggregate and CLR User-defined Data Type After completing this module, you will be able to: Explain the importance of SQL Server CLR Integration. Import and configure assemblies. Implement objects that have been created within .NET assemblies.

Module 28: Storing and Querying XML Data in SQL Server

This module introduces XML and shows how XML data can be stored within SQL Server and then queried, including queries written in a language called XQuery.

  • Lessons
  • Introduction to XML and XML Schemas Storing XML Data and Schemas in SQL Server Implementing the XML Data Type Using the T-SQL FOR XML Statement Getting Started with XQuery Shredding XML
  • Lab : Storing and Querying XML Data in SQL Server
  • Assessing appropriate Use of XML Data in SQL Server Testing XML Data Storage in Variables Retrieving Information about XML Schema Collections Querying SQL Server Data as XML Write a Stored Procedure Returning XML After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe XML and XML schemas. Store XML data and associated XML schemas in SQL Server. Implement the XML data type within SQL Server. Use the T-SQL FOR XML Statement. Work with basic XQuery queries. Shred XML to a relational form.

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