Implementing a Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 R2 Database Training Course


Microsoft Official Curriculum Course Number: 6232
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  About this Course This five-day instructor-led course is intended for Microsoft SQL Server database developers who are responsible for implementing a database on SQL Server 2008 R2. In this course, students learn the skills and best practices on how to use SQL Server 2008 R2 product features and tools related to implementing a database server. Audience Profile This course is intended for IT Professionals who want to become skilled on SQL Server 2008 R2 product features and technologies for implementing a database. To be successful in this course, the student should have knowledge of basic relational database concepts and writing T-SQL queries. Course OutlineModule 1: Introduction to SQL Server and its ToolsetThis module introduces you to the entire SQL Server platform and its major tools. This module also covers editions, versions, basics of network listeners, and concepts of services and service accounts.Lessons Introduction to SQL Server Platform Working with SQL Server Tools Configuring SQL Server Services Lab : Introduction to SQL Server and its Toolset Verifying SQL Server Component Installation Altering Service Accounts for New Instance Enabling Named Pipes Protocol for Both Instances Creating Aliases for AdventureWorks and Proseware Ensuring SQL Browser is Disabled and Configure a Fixed TCP/IP Port After completing this module, students will be able to: Describe the SQL Server Platform. Work with SQL Server Tools. Configure SQL Server Services. Module 2: Working with Data TypesThis module describes the data types supported by SQL Server and how to work with them.Lessons Using Data Types Working with Character Data Converting Data Types Working with Specialized Data Types Lab : Working with Data Types Choosing Appropriate Data Types Writing Queries With Data Type Conversions Designing and Creating Alias Data Types After completing this module, students will be able to: Work with data types. Work with character data. Convert between data types. Use specialized data types. Module 3: Designing and Implementing TablesThis module describes the design and implementation of tables.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, students will be able to: Design tables. Work with schemas. Create and alter tables. Module 4: Designing and Implementing ViewsThis module describes the design and implementation of 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, students will be able to: Explain the role of views in database development. Implement views. Describe the performance related impacts of views. Module 5: Planning for SQL Server IndexingThis 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 Data Types and Indexes Single Column and Composite Indexes Lab : Planning for SQL Server Indexing Exploring Existing Index Statistics Designing Column Orders for Indexes After completing this module, students will be able to: Explain core indexing concepts. Describe the effectiveness of each data type common used in indexes. Plan for single column and composite indexes. Module 6: Implementing Table Structures in SQL ServerThis module covers clustered indexes and heaps.Lessons SQL Server Table Structures Working with Clustered Indexes Designing Effective Clustered Indexes Lab : Implementing Table Structures in SQL Server Creating Tables as Heaps Creating Tables with Clustered Indexes Comparing the Performance of Clustered Indexes vs. Heaps After completing this module, students will be able to: Explain how tables can be structured in SQL Server databases. Work with clustered indexes. Design effective clustered indexes Module 7: Reading SQL Server Execution Plans This module introduces the concept of reading execution plans. Lessons Execution Plan Core Concepts Common Execution Plan Elements Working with Execution Plans Lab : Reading SQL Server Execution Plans Actual vs. Estimated Plans Identify Common Plan Elements Query Cost Comparison After completing this module, students will be able to: Explain the core concepts related to the use of execution plans. Describe the role of the most common execution plan elements. Work with execution plans. Module 8: Improving Performance through Nonclustered IndexesThis module explains nonclustered indexes, covering indexes and included columns.Lessons Designing Effective Nonclustered Indexes Implementing Nonclustered Indexes Using the Database Engine Tuning Advisor Lab : Improving Performance through Nonclustered Indexes Reviewing Nonclustered Index Usage Improving Nonclustered Index Designs Using SQL Server Profiler and Database Engine Tuning Advisor Nonclustered Index Design After completing this module, students will be able to: Design effective nonclustered indexes. Implement nonclustered indexes. Use the Database Engine Tuning Advisor to design indexes. Module 9: Designing and Implementing Stored ProceduresThis module describes the design and implementation of stored procedures.Lessons Introduction to Stored Procedures Working With Stored Procedures Implementing Parameterized Stored Procedures Controlling Execution Context Lab : Designing and Implementing Stored Procedures Creating Stored Procedures Creating a Parameterized Stored Procedure Altering the Execution Context of Stored Procedures After completing this module, students will be able to: Describe the role of stored procedures and the potential benefits of using them. Work with stored procedures. Implement parameterized stored procedures. Control the execution context of a stored procedure. Module 10: Merging Data and Passing TablesThis module covers table types, table valued parameters and the MERGE statement as used in stored procedures.Lessons Using the MERGE Statement Implementing Table Types Using Table Types as Parameters Lab : Merging Data and Passing Tables Creating a Table Type Using a Table Type Parameter Using a Table Type with MERGE After completing this module, students will be able to: Use the MERGE statement. Implement table types. Use TABLE types as parameters. Module 11: Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server ApplicationsThis module covers transactions, isolation levels, and designing for concurrency.Lessons Introduction to Transactions Introduction to Locks Management of Locking Transaction Isolation Levels Lab : Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server Applications Detecting Deadlocks Investigating Transaction Isolation Levels After completing this module, students will be able to: Describe the role of transactions. Explain the role of locks. Manage locking. Work with transaction isolation levels. Module 12: Handling Errors in T-SQL CodeThis module describes structured exception handling and gives solid examples of its use within the design of stored procedures.Lessons Designing T-SQL Error Handling Implementing T-SQL Error Handling Implementing Structured Exception Handling Lab : Handling Errors in T-SQL Code Replacing @@ERROR Based Error Handling With Structured Exception Handling Adding Deadlock Retry Logic to the Stored Procedure After completing this module, students will be able to: Design T-SQL error handling. Implement T-SQL error handling. Implement structured exception handling. Module 13: Designing and Implementing User-Defined FunctionsThis module describes the design and implementation of functions, both scalar and table-valued.Lessons Designing and Implementing Scalar Functions Designing and Implementing Table-valued Functions Implementation Considerations for Functions Alternatives To Functions Lab : Designing and Implementing User-Defined Functions Formatting Phone Numbers Modifying an Existing Function Resolving a Function-related Performance Issue After completing this module, students will be able to: Design and implement scalar functions. Design and implement table-valued functions. Describe implementation considerations for functions. Describe alternatives to functions. Module 14: Ensuring Data Integrity through ConstraintsThis module describes the design and implementation of constraints.Lessons Enforcing Data Integrity Implementing Domain Integrity Implementing Entity and Referential Integrity Lab : Ensuring Data Integrity through Constraints Designing Constraint Testing the Constraints After completing this module, students will be able to:

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