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Sql 2014 Developer P1 T Sql And Net Code




SQL Online Certification


Graduates and Technology Aspirants


Online and Classroom Sessions


Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

45 Days

SQL What will you learn?

•Basic to Advance concepts of SQL
•You will learn how to install SQL.
•Improve your front end design and development skills
•A introductory understanding of how to program in SQL.
•You will understand how to implement a SQL job.
•Learn the SQL fundamentals you’ll be using day-in and day-outYou’ll learn how to solve well known standard functions in SQL.
•you will be confident in your skills as a Developer / designer
•Learn the fundamentals of the SQL using both a theoretical and practical approach

sql 2014 developer p1 t sql and net code Course Features

•Post training offline support available
•We  Groom up your documents and profiles
•Doubt clarification in class and after class
•Classes are Accessible on Website and Mobile Apps
•We provide Classroom and Online training in Metro Cities
•We provide you with your recorded session for further Reference
•Flexible group timings to admit freshers, students, and employed professionals
•Very in depth course material with Real Time Scenarios for each topic with its Solutions for Online Trainings.

Who are eligible for SQL

•Cloud Computing, Information Security, Network Security, Windows System Administration, Windows Server
•Hyperion Developer, Hyperion Essbase, OBIEE, Oracle BI, Oracle Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse, Oracle Apps Funcitional, Oracle Apps HRMS Technical
•Java/j2ee, Microsoft, Erp, Cloud, Qa/testing, Automation Testing, Analytics, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Agile Project Management, Mobility
•Object Oriented Programming, Cloud Computing, Java, Testing, Web Designing, Design, Front End, Javascript, It Infrastructure, Software Development, Support
•Web application developer, .Net Developer, PHP Developer, Seo Analyst, Associate Designer, Ui Designer, senior .net Developer, .Net TL, Analytic Engineer


Chapter 01 – Views
•Topic A: Introduction to Views
•Topic B: Tools for Creating Views
•Tools for Creating Views
•Topic C: View Examples
•View Examples
•Topic D: Updating Data Using a View
•Updating Data Using a View
•Topic E: Columns and Indexed Views
•Columns and Indexed Views
•Chapter 02 – Stored Procedures
•Topic A: Introduction Stored Procedures
•Topic B: Creating Stored Procedures
•Creating Stored Procedures
•Topic C: Returning Data From
•Returning Data From
•Chapter 03 – Stored Procedures Continued
•Topic A: Testing and Debugging
•Testing and Debugging
•Topic B: Execute with Result Sets
•Execute with Result Sets
•Topic C: Creating Triggers
•Creating TriggersA
•Creating TriggersB
•Creating Triggers
•Chapter 04 – Functions
•Topic A: Overview and Scalar Functions
•Overview and Scalar Functions
•Topic B: Inline Table-Valued Functions
•Inline Table-Valued Functions
•Topic C: Multi-Statement
•Topic D: Views and Stored Procedures
•Views and Stored Procedures
•Chapter 05 – Transactions
•Topic A: Transaction Concepts
•Transaction ConceptsA
•Transaction ConceptsB
•Transaction Concepts
•Topic B: Applications and Transactions
•Applications and Transactions
•Topic C: Creating Explicit Transactions
•Creating Explicit TransactionsA
•Creating Explicit TransactionsB
•Creating Explicit Transactions
•Topic D: Structured Error Handling
•Structured Error HandlingA
•Structured Error HandlingB
•Structured Error Handling
•Chapter 06 – Common Language Runtime
•Topic A: Introduction to SQL CLR
•Topic B: Writing SQL CLR Code
•Writing SQL CLR CodeA
•Writing SQL CLR CodeB
•Writing SQL CLR Code
•Topic C: Using SQL CLR Code
•Using SQL CLR CodeA
•Using SQL CLR CodeB
•Using SQL CLR Code
•Topic D: SQL CLR Code Modules
•SQL CLR Code Modules
•Topic E: SQL CLR Security
•SQL CLR Security