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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Using Functions in SQL Server 2016 $74.95
Aggregating Data in SQL Server 2016 $74.95
Operators and Expressions in SQL Server 2016 $74.95
T-SQL Querying $74.95
Querying and Manipulating Data $74.95
Filter and Modify Data in SQL Server 2016 $74.95
Database Programmability Objects and Non-Relational Data $74.95
Subqueries and Predicate $74.95

Bundle Price: $289.00
Total Savings: $310.60


Using Functions in SQL Server 2016

SQL Server 2016 offers various built-in functions that provide data type conversion, comparison, and NULL handling. This course covers the various types of built-in functions, as well as demonstrates how to write queries using built-in functions. This course is one of a series of courses that cover the objectives for 20761A: Querying Data with Transact-SQL exam.
  • start the course
  • list the built-in function types used in SQL Server 2016
  • work with scalar functions in SQL Server 2016
  • describe aggregate functions in SQL Server 2016
  • list Windows functions in SQL Server 2016
  • describe rowset functions in SQL Server 2016
  • work with implicit and explicit data type conversions in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to convert a value using the CAST function
  • demonstrate how to convert a value using the CONVERT function
  • describe how to convert a value using the PARSE function
  • demonstrate how to convert a value using the TRY_Parse function
  • describe how to convert a value using the TRY_Convert function
  • demonstrate how to validate data types using the ISNUMERIC function
  • work the IIF logical function in SQL Server
  • work with the CHOOSE function in SQL Server 2016
  • describe the NULL value in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to use ISNULL to replace NULL
  • work with the COALESCE function in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how to use the NULLIF function in SQL Server 2016
  • use functions in SQL Server 2016

Aggregating Data in SQL Server 2016

Aggregate functions in SQL Server 2016 are used to summarize data in multiple rows. This course will cover various types of aggregate functions such as SUM, MIN, MAX, AVG, and COUNT, as well as the GROUP BY clause, which is used to arrange your data into subsets before summarizing it. Lastly, this course will demonstrate how to change a table-valued expression into another table using the PIVOT and UNPIVOT operators. This course is one of a series of courses that cover the objectives for 20761A: Querying Data with Transact-SQL exam.
  • start the course
  • recognize the aggregate functions available using Transact-SQL
  • describe the built-in aggregate function SUM in SQL Server 2016
  • describe the built-in aggregate function AVG in SQL Server 2016
  • list the built-in aggregate function in MIN Server 2016
  • list the built-in aggregate function MAX in SQL Server 2016
  • list the built-in aggregate function COUNT in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how to aggregate distinct values using DISTINCT
  • demonstrate how to use aggregate functions with NULL
  • recognize when and where to use the GROUP BY clause
  • demonstrate how to group and rank the results of a query using the windowing functions in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how to process queries using the logical order of operations
  • describe the GROUP BY workflow process
  • describe how to use GROUP BY with aggregate functions in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate using complex GROUP BY clauses using GROUPING sets
  • recognize how to filter groups using the HAVING clause
  • recognize how to use PIVOT and UNPIVOT relational operators in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to use PIVOT in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to use UNPIVOT in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how to determine the impact on NULL values in PIVOT and UNPIVOT queries
  • use aggregate functions in SQL Server 2016

Operators and Expressions in SQL Server 2016

Set operators in SQL Server 2016 are used to compare rows between input sets. This course covers the UNION, INTERSECT, and EXCEPT set operators, as well as the APPLY operator, which is used to evaluate rows in one input set against the expression defining the second input set. This course also introduces the basic components of common table expressions. This course is one of a series of courses that cover the objectives for 20761A: Querying Data with Transact-SQL exam.
  • start the course
  • distinguish when to use the UNION and UNION All operators in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to write SQL Server 2016 queries that use the UNION operator
  • demonstrate how to write SQL Server 2016 queries that use the UNION ALL operator
  • demonstrate how to use the UNION and UNION ALL operators together
  • recognize when to use the EXCEPT operator in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to use the EXCEPT and INTERSECT operators in SQL Server 2016
  • determine the results of reversing the order of input with the EXCEPT operator
  • determine the effect of NULL values on the INTERSECT operator
  • recognize when to use the APPLY operator in SQL Server 2016
  • use APPLY statements that return given data based on supplied data in SQL Server 2016
  • use CROSS APPLY operators in SQL Server 2016
  • use OUTER APPLY operators in SQL Server 2016
  • recognize the basic components of table expressions in SQL Server 2016
  • describe the difference between table expressions and temporary tables
  • create recursive table expressions in SQL Server 2016
  • use operators in SQL Server 2016

T-SQL Querying

SQL Server 2016 delivers many new features and enhancements. This course provides an overview of the SQL Server 2016 architecture, as well as the functions and capabilities available in each edition. The fundamentals of T-SQL querying is covered in this course, as well as topics such as sets and predicate logic. This course is one of a series of SkillSoft courses that cover the objectives for 20761A: Querying Data with Transact-SQL exam.
  • start the course
  • recognize features of SQL Server 2016
  • list SQL Server 2016 editions and components
  • identify SQL Server 2016 functions and capabilities
  • list features of SQL Server Management Studio
  • configure T-SQL statements in SQL Server 2016
  • work with T-SQL Language functions in SQL Server 2016
  • create T-SQL Variables in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to implement T-SQL expressions in SQL Server 2016
  • work with T-SQL control of flow, errors, and transactions in SQL Server 2016
  • use T-SQL comments in SQL Server 2016
  • work with T-SQL batch separators
  • describe the characteristics of sets in SQL Server 2016
  • describe the set theory and how it relates to SQL Server 2015
  • describe applying set theory to SQL server queries
  • define predicate logic in SQL Server 2016
  • recognize the elements of a SELECT statement in SQL Server 2016
  • define the logical order of operations
  • demonstrate the logical order of operations when writing SELECT statements
  • demonstrate querying data in SQL Server 2016

Querying and Manipulating Data

SELECT statements in SQL Server 2016 are used to query tables and views. Further, you can manipulate data using SELECT statements to customize the returned results. This course focuses on the fundamentals of using SELECT statements, including how to use aliases and case expressions, as well as the DISTINCT clause. Lastly, this course covers how to query multiple tables using joins. This course is one of a series of courses that cover the objectives for 20761A: Querying Data with Transact-SQL exam.
  • start the course
  • recognize elements of simple SQL Server 2016 SELECT queries
  • demonstrate how to write simple SELECT statements in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to use calculations in the SELECT clause
  • describe the purpose of DISTINCT in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how to execute a SELECT DISTINCT
  • demonstrate how to eliminate duplicates using DISTINCT
  • describe how to refer to columns using aliases
  • specify how to refer to tables using aliases
  • describe SQL Server 2016 CASE expressions
  • demonstrate how to use simple CASE expressions
  • recognize how and when to use joins in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate the proper usage of inner joins in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate the proper usages of outer joins in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate the proper usages of outer joins in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate the proper usages of cross and self joins
  • demonstrate the use of multiple join operators
  • demonstrate how to write queries with NULLs on joins
  • demonstrate how to query and manipulate data in SQL Server 2016

Filter and Modify Data in SQL Server 2016

SQL Server 2016 offers various clauses that work in conjunction with SELECT statements. These clauses, which include ORDER BY, TOP, OFFSET, and FETCH, determine how the results of a particular query are presented. In addition to clauses, the data manipulation language (DML) will be introduced in this course. The DML contains additional commands to modify data within rows and tables in SQL Server 2016. This course is one of a series of courses that cover the objectives for 20761A: Querying Data with Transact-SQL exam.
  • start the course
  • describe the ORDER BY clause in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to sort data in SQL Server 2016 using the ORDER BY clause
  • recognize how to filter data in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to filter data in SQL Server 2016 using the WHERE clause
  • describe how to use predicates and operators in SQL Server 2016
  • describe three-valued logic in SQL Server 2016
  • work with NULL in Queries in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how to test for NULL in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how SQL Server 2016 uses data types
  • recognize when data type conversions occur in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate implicit and explicit conversions
  • describe different types of character data in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to manipulate character data in SQL Server 2016
  • list the benefits of using data manipulation language (DML) in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how to populate tables in SQL Server 2016 using the SELECT INTO statement
  • demonstrate how to add data using INSERT statement
  • describe how to use UPDATE and MERGE statements to modify data
  • describe how to use DELETE and TRUNCATE statements to remove data
  • demonstrate how to use the OUTPUT clause to monitor data in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to filter and modify data in SQL Server 2016

Database Programmability Objects and Non-Relational Data

SQL Server 2016 offers various database programmable objects, such as stored procedures and functions, used to enhance and increase your database performance as well as ease administrative workload. This course will demonstrate how to implement various database programmability objects, as well as how to work with temporal and non-relational data in SQL Server 2016. This course is one of a series of courses that cover the objectives for 20761A: Querying Data with Transact-SQL exam.
  • start the course
  • describe stored procedures in SQL Server 2016
  • use and create stored procedures in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to input parameters in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to output parameters in SQL Server 2016
  • recognize table-valued functions in SQL Server 2016
  • describe scalar-valued user-defined functions in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate TRY…CATCH error handling
  • demonstrate how to use RAISERROR in SQL 2016
  • describe temporal data types in SQL Server 2016
  • work with temporal tables in SQL Server 2016
  • describe XML data
  • describe JSON data
  • demonstrate how to query and output JSON data in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to query and output XML data in SQL Server 2016
  • use database programmability objects in SQL Server 2016

Subqueries and Predicate

Subqueries in SQL Server 2016 are nested SELECT statements used to created more effective queries in T-SQL. This course will introduce subqueries and correlated subqueries, and cover the EXISTS predicate, a mechanism used in SQL Server 2016 to check whether any results will be returned from a specific query. This course is one of a series of courses that cover the objectives for 20761A: Querying Data with Transact-SQL exam.
  • start the course
  • recognize when and where to use subqueries in SQL Server 2016
  • describe the benefits of using scalar subqueries
  • demonstrate how to write scalar subqueries in SQL Server 2016
  • recognize how to write multi-valued subqueries in SQL Server 2016
  • work with correlated subqueries in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how to write correlated subqueries
  • recognize how to write correlated subqueries with aliases
  • describe how to write correlated subqueries with aliases
  • describe how to write correlated subqueries in a HAVING clause
  • describe how the EXISTS predicate evaluates data in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how to write queries using EXISTS with subqueries
  • demonstrate how to use EXISTS and NULLs in SQL Server 2016
  • describe how to use EXISTS and INNER JOINS in SQL Server 2016
  • demonstrate how to use NOT EXISTS with OUTER JOINs
  • use subqueries in SQL Server 2016
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Microsoft SQL Server 2016: Querying e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271439
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $289