SQL stands for Structured Query Language. It is designed for managing data in a relational database management system (RDBMS). It is pronounced as S-Q-L or sometime See-Qwell.

Relational Database Query Languages – Database Management System

In this “Relational Database Query Languages – Database Management System” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Introduction to SQL (Structured Query Language)
  2. Features of SQL
  3. Queries and Sub-Queries
  4. JOIN Operations
  5. SQL INNER JOIN, SQL LEFT JOIN, SQL RIGHT JOIN, SQL FULL JOIN, SQL CROSS JOIN
  6. SET Operations
  7. UNION Operation, UNION ALL Operation, INTERSECT Operation, MINUS (Except) Operation
  8. Data Definition Language (DDL) Command
  9. CREATE, DROP and TRUNCATE, ALTER (ADD, DROP, MODIFY), Comment, RENAME
  10. Data Manipulation Language (DML) Commands
  11. SQL SELECT
  12. Some Keyword used with SQL SELECT
  13. SQL SELECT DISTINCT, SQL SELECT COUNT, SQL SELECT TOP, SQL SELECT RANDOM, SQL SELECT AS, SQL SELECT NULL, SQL ORDER BY Clause
  14. SQL INSERT INTO
  15. SQL UPDATE
  16. SQL DELETE
  17. Some SQL Clauses used with DML Commands
  18. SQL WHERE, SQL BETWEEN AND & NOT BETWEEN AND, SQL IN, NOT IN Clause, SQL LIKE & Wildcard Clause, SQL Group By Clause, SQL HAVING Clause
  19. Stored Procedure
  20. Execute A Stored Procedure
  21. Stored Procedure Execution Types
  22. Query by Example (QBE) 




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